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A Method to Evaluate Vibration State and Lifetime of Overhead Transmission Lines


Based on Onsite Short-Term Measured Data of Aeolian Vibration
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WANG Hong LIU Yi-bing DONG Yu-ming XU Hong LIU Sheng-chun
1Institute of Energy and Power EngineeringNorth China Electric Power UniversityChangping DistrictBeijing 102206
China2China Electric Power Research InstituteXuanwu DistrictBeijing 100055China

ABSTRACT: To grasp the vibration state of overhead


transmission line accurately and to ensure the operational
security of transmission line, it is necessary to evaluate the
vibration state and fatigue lifetime of both old and newly built
transmission lines. The main means of the evaluation is onsite
measurement of the vibration of conductors in the short-term
since the vibration amplitude of conductors can be used as
basis for evaluation of vibration life of overhead line. Due to
the evident discrepancy of meteorological conditions of
different seasons in a year, directly applied the short-term
measured vibration data to the evaluation will bring about big
error unless these data are deduced and analyzed. In this paper 0
a method to evaluate vibration state and life of overhead line in
a year based on short-term onsite measured data is proposed.
Starting from the main meteorological factors impacting
vibration of overhead line, the impact of conductor tension 5~120 Hz
variety on self-damping feature of conductors is analyzed
according to state equations of overhead line, and by use of

energy balance principle (EBP) the variation of vibration level

is calculated and the vibration life under different
meteorological conditions are obtained. Applied the proposed

[1]
evaluation method to the analysis of a certain engineering
example, the obtained results show that the problem of
evaluating lifetime of overhead line in a whole year by
short-term measured data is effectively solved.
KEY WORDS: overhead lineshort-term measured data
[2-3]
aeolian vibration multi-weather conditionlifetime evaluation



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105 106 107 108 [6]

Ps = LkY r f m / T n = CT n (4)
1
Fig. 1 The relationship between conductor stress level Ps Wk
and vibration endurance numbers Y mf HzT
Nrm n n 2.5
Palmgren Miner C
Ni T2
ni T1Ps1 PS2 T1 T2
ni ni /Ni 2
m S 2
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2.00
Whler
Ps1/Ps2 1.00
N2
0.00
0.9 1.1 1.3 1.5 3 Miner
T1/T2
A1( a)
2
Fig. 2 The influence of conductor tension on self-damping A2
240% A2 = A1N 2 / N1 (8)
130% 52%
m m
A1 / A2 = ( p f N 2 f ) / ( p f N1 f ) (9)
f f

pf f N1f N2f
f
2.3
(energy balance
[7-8]
principleEBP)
() 4


4.1
Pd ( W)


1
Pw = Ps + Pd
1
Tab. 1 The parameters of the large crossing line
[9-12]
/ / / / /
m mm2 mm (kg/km) N
1 866.5 AC-360 356 24.5 2 276 408 552
Faguharson Diana
and Falco Slethei 2004 9
[13-14] 89 mm
Pw = LD 4 f 3F (Y / D ) (5) Poffemberger-Swart
[19]
D m


2004 9 18~27
Pw = Lf 3D 4 34.689(Y/D )1.433 8 (6)
22 5

[15-17] 2

2
Tab. 2 The weather condition parameters
Pd = FU (7) / /N
1 2 1 2
F U
22 5 75 258 78 268

[18]
4.2

[20]
3
Y 2.5 f 5.6
Ps = 5.375 108 L (10)
1 T 2.5
Whler
N1

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Pd = 10r (2Y/D ) 103 (11)


3
= 2.547 + 0.018 f 0.317 10 f 2
r=
0.621 + 0.153f 1.345 10 f 3 2 2

3
3 3

142
/106

120 2
60 1 4
20
0 20 40 60 80

/Hz
3 2
Fig. 3 The strain comparison results under 5
two weather conditions
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16
/104

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