Sunday June 23rd, 2019 – 17:15

  Sunday June 23rd, 2019 – 17:15 – 18:30 – Room: A (Richelieu)
AW Welcome Session

 AW.1

ITER Project: bringing hydrogen fusion power to reality
BIGOT Bernard; ITER Organization Director-General

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 09:00

  Monday June 24th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: A (Richelieu)
A0 Opening Session

 A0.1

HVDC Technology key issues for energy grids (to be confirmed)
SZECHTMAN Marcio; Director General of CEPEL (Brazilian National Power Research Institute)

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 7: HV and EHV AC Cable Systems
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: A (Richelieu)
Chairman:           Awad Ray; Independent Consultant, Canada
Rapporteur:         Stella Romain; Prysmian, France

A1 HV and EHV cable systems

 A1.1

Recent North American Performance Experience of HV and EHV Extruded Cable Systems
BRILEY Caryn, HAMPTON Nigel; NEETRAC Atlanta, USA

 A1.2

EHV Cables in a Subsea Road Tunnel
SOLHEIM Kristian Thinn, RISE Torun, FAREMO Hallvard; SINTEF Trondheim, Norway
HILLESUND Carl Erik; Statnett SF Oslo, Norway

 A1.3

Experiences and Challenges with the 420 kV XLPE Cable Systems of the London Power Tunnels Project
WEINLEIN Andreas, MEMMER Horst, PETERS Ulrich, HAERING Dominik; Südkabel GmbH Mannheim, Germany
BURDEN Gareth; National Grid Warwick, United Kingdom
HAMMES Christo; HVI Ltd London, United Kingdom
SCHELTINGA Leo; KEMA DNV GL Arnhem, Netherlands

 A1.4

Topography scanning as a part of process monitoring in power cable insulation process
HARJUHAHTO Jaakko, HARJUHAHTO Janne, LAHTI Mikko;Maillefer Vantaa, Finland
HANHIROVA Jussi; Aalto University Espoo, Finland
SONERUD Björn; Verdilink Consulting Gothenburg, Sweden

 A1.5

Refurbishment of the Copenhagen Transmission Grid – Project Planning and Execution
OLSEN Rasmus, BRØNDUM Daniel; Energinet Transmission Fredericia, Denmark
GRIFFIOEN Willem; Plumettaz SA, Gouda, Netherlands
THOMASEN Kim; NCC Copenhagen, Denmark
STADIE Gerolf; Nexans High Voltage Hannover, Germany

 A1.6

Electrical and physical characterisation of a 138 kV XLPE insulated cable with 12 years service life
FRENTZAS Frank; ComEd (Commonwealth Edison), Chicago, USA
KELLEY Nathan; Prysmian Group Lexington, USA
LOYENS Wendy, SMEDBERG Annika; BOREALIS AB Stenungsund, Sweden

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 1: Materials, New Materials and Ageing Assessment in AC and DC
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           GAO Jinghui;; Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Rapporteur:         CAPON Guillaume; Nexans, France

B1 Materials and characterization (A)

B1.1

On the effects of morphology, thermal ageing and molecular composition on space charge and charge transport dynamics in polyethylene systems
TANTIPATTARAKUL Somyot, VAUGHAN Alun, ANDRITSCH Thomas; The university of Southampton Southampton , United Kingdom

 B1.2

Comparative Study on LLDPE, LDPE metal oxide Nano Dielectric for application in HVDC cables: Dielectric response, Electrical and Thermal properties
BURJUPATI NAGESHWAR RAO; CENTRAL POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE BANGALORE, India

 B1.3

Leakage current behaviors under high electric field in polymer minicables
CHARRIER Dimitri; Nexans Research Center Lyon, France
PEREGO Gabriele; Nexans Italia SPA Pioltello, Italy
FROHNE Christian; Nexans Deutschland Gmbh Hannover, Germany
JARVID Markus; Nexans Norway AS Halden, Norway
EYSSAUTIER Quentin; Nexans France Calais, France

 B1.4

Investigation of the PD behaviour of boundary surfaces with alternative PD-detection methods for AC and DC application
VATERRODT Klaus, HEIDMANN Gerd, FUßMANN Philipp; IPH GmbH Berlin, Germany
PLATH Ronald Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

 B1.5

Space Charge Properties of XLPE and PDMS Dual-dielectric with Graphene Coating
LEI Zhipeng, FABIANI Davide, PALMIERI Fabrizio, LI Chuanyang; University of Bologna, Italy
CRISTIANO Francesco, BERTOCCHI Francesco; Nanesa Srl Arezzo , Italy

 B1.6

Electrical and physical characterisation of a 138 kV XLPE insulated cable with 12 years service life
FRENTZAS Frank; ConEd Chicago, USA
KELLEY Nathan; Prysmian Group Lexington, USA
LOYENS Wendy, SMEDBERG Annika; BOREALIS AB Stenungsund, Sweden

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           WALD Detlef; Eifelkabel, Switzerland
Rapporteur:         MOREAU Christophe; EDF R&D, France

C1 Distribution network diagnostic and maintenance

C1.1

PD Alarm – Lightweight automated diagnosis device for online detection and location of partial discharges in medium voltage accessories
REYNAUD Lionel, CHARETTE Martin, PINEAU Daniel, POIRIER Sylvain, VOULIGNY Luc; Hydro-Québec Varennes, Canada

 C1.2

A new approach for evaluating the condition of cable systems and estimation of remaining life time of MV underground power cables
NEIER Tobias, BAWART Manfred; BAUR GmbH Sulz, Austria
KIM Sung-Min; KEPCO Korea Electric Power Corporation Seoul, Korea, Republic of

 C1.3

Comparative investigations of PD-behavior on an artificial accessory failure under medium voltage AC and Damped AC (DAC)
MÜLLER Daniel, BACH Robert; FH SWF Soest, Germany
WALTER Christian; Bayernwerk Bayreuth, Germany

 C1.5

A Novel Sensor Fusion Method for Localizing and Monitoring of Partial Discharges on Medium Voltage Cable Connectors at a Three-Phase System
SINAI Ali, BÖTTCHER Björn, MENGE Matthias, GRÄF Thomas, HÜCKER Thomas; University of Applied Sciences HTW-Berlin, Germany
VATERRODT Klaus; IPH Berlin GmbH Berlin, Germany
PLATH Ronald; Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

 C1.6

Proposition of New Diagnostic Features for VLF Tan Delta Measurements in Order to Improve Their Interpretative Value
DRAPEAU Jean-Francois; Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Quebec Varennes, Canada
KELLEY Nathan; Prysmian Group Lexington, USA
BANERJEE Sarajit; Kinectrics Inc. Toronto, Canada

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 3: Testing Methods: Electrical and non Electrical
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           KVARTS Thomas; Orsted Wind Power as, Denmark
Rapporteur:         CALVERAS Daniel; Prysmian, Spain

D1 Non-Electrical tests

D1.1

Recommendations for Testing Connectors for HV and EHV Cable Systems
UZELAC Milan, HEAD Julian; CIGRE WG B1.46, Paris, France

 D1.3

Full-scale compression capacity test of an offshore power cable
KLAEBO Frank, GIERTSEN Egil; SINTEF Ocean Trondheim, Norway
TYRBERG Andreas; NKT HV Cables AB Karlskrona, Sweden

 D1.4

A calorimetric measuring system for measurement of loss in high voltage cable conductors
RYDLER Karl-Erik, TRANEFORS Kai, NIEMINEN Tatu, LARSSON Bo, BERGMAN Anders; RISE Research Institutes of Sweden Borås, Sweden

 D1.5

Curative maintenance to be accounted for in compliance tests
CHRÉTIEN Antoine, SALOMON Violaine; Rte Paris, France

 D1.6

Relevant accelerated corrosion tests for buried power cables
KEROMNES Laurent; SYCABEL Paris, France

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 2: Cables and Accessories – design and modelling
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           MOSIER Rachel;Power Delivery Consultants, USA
Rapporteur:         TUAN Minh Nguyen; EDF, France

E1 Sheath bonding and parallel circuit

E1.1

Capacitive and Inductive Coupling in Cable Systems – Comparative Study between Calculation Methods
CHRYSOCHOS Andreas, ALEXANDROU Konstantinos, CHATZIPETROS Dimitrios, KOSSYVAKIS Dimitrios, PAVLOU Konstantinos, TASTAVRIDIS Konstantinos, GEORGALLIS Georgios; Cablel Hellenic Cables S.A., Viohalco Group Athens, Greece
ANDERS George; Technical University of Lodz, Poland

 E1.2

Sheath circulating currents calculation in asymmetrical installation schemes for power frequency models
ALEXANDROU Konstantinos, TASTAVRIDIS Konstantinos, GEORGALLIS Georgios;Cablel Hellenic Cables S.A., Viohalco Group Athens, Greece
ANDERS George; Department of Microelectronics and Computer Science of the Technical University of Lodz Lodz, Poland

 E1.3

An updated method for evaluating current sharing between parallel single-core cables: Case studies and correlation with field measurements
LESUR Frédéric; Nexans Calais, France
KLINK Jacob; TU Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal, Germany
KOSSYVAKIS Dimitrios; Cablel Hellenic Cables S.A., Viohalco Group Athens, Greece

 E1.4

Induced Sheath Voltages and Currents in Cross-Bonded Power Cables with Consideration of Improper Connections of the Bonding Leads
NOUFAL Sameh; CDGA Engineering Consultants Cork, Ireland

 E1.5

A practical method to compute the metallic sheath circulating current for non standard cases
EL CHMOURI MOHAMAD; RIYADH CABLES GROUP RIYADH, Saudi Arabia

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 7: HV and EHV AC Cable Systems
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           TYRBERG Andreas;NKT, Sweden
Rapporteur:         TEYSSEDRE Gilbert;; Laplace-CNRS, France

A2 Design of HV and EHV cable systems

A2.1

Standardization and Optimization of High Voltage Cables Design
ALGHOFAILI Hisham, METWALLY Ahmed; National Grid Saudi Arabia Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 A2.2

Hybrid analytical/finite-elements model to design optimal HV joint bays
SALAME Basil, CHARMETANT Adrien;Nexans Lyon, France
LESUR Frederic; Nexans Calais, France

 A2.4

Asymmetric joints for extruded and fluid-filled HVAC cables: traditional use and new applications
TSAKONAS Panos, BODEGA Riccardo, GEENE Henk; Prysmian Group Delft, Netherlands
MAMMERI Mohamed, BOFFI Paolo; Prysmian Group Milan, Italy

 A2.5

Retrofitting HV External Gas Pressure Cable Systems
VAN ROSSUM Jos, WEGBRANS Bas, KOLTUNOWICZ Tomasz, TSEKMES Alex; Prysmian Group Delft, Netherlands
ZUIJDERDUIN roy, SMIT Jacco; TenneT Arnhem, Netherlands

 A2.6

Hornsea projects 1 and 2 – Design and Optimisation of the Cables for the World Largest Offshore Wind Farms
ZOURARAKI Maria, KVARTS Thomas, ØSTERØ Rogvi; Orsted Offshore Gentofte, Denmark
VILHELMSEN Morten Ahrenkiel; Orsted Offshore Gentofte, Curaçao

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 1: Materials, New Materials and Ageing Assessment in AC and DC
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           RAKOWSKA Aleksandra; Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Rapporteur:         CHARRIER Dimitri;; Nexans Research Center, France

B2 Materials and characterization (B)

B2.1

Dielectric breakdown of layered silicon insulation under polarity change of the DC stress
AGANBEGOVIC Mirnes, WERLE Peter; Institute of Electric Power Systems, Division of High Voltage Engineering and Asset Management, Schering-Institute, Leibniz Universität Hannover Hannover, Germany

 B2.2

A study on partial discharge and bubble behavior in oil gap on oil-impregnated paper insulation system
MAKINO Yuta, KURIHARA Takashi, TAKAHASHI Toshihiro;  CRIEPI (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), Kanagawa, Japan

 B2.3

Study on Degassing Efficiency of Crosslinked Polyethylene High Voltage Cable
SUN Yabin, MIAO Shawn, YANG Yongyong, JI Clive; Dow Chemical (China) Invest. Co. Ltd. Shanghai, China
KJELLQVIST Jerker; Dow Europe GmbH Horgen, Switzerland
PERSON Tim, CARONIA, Paul; The Dow Chemical Company Collegeville , USA

 B2.4

Studies of Diffusion of Byproducts Formed by the Peroxide-Induced Crosslinking of Polyethylene
YANG Yafan, NARAYANAN NAIR Arun Kumar, SUN Shuyu; King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Thuwal, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
SUN Yabin; Dow Chemical (China) Invest. Co. Ltd. Shanghai, China
VAN DUN Jozef, KJELLQVIST Jerker; Dow Europe GmbH Zürich, Switzerland

 B2.5

The effect of mechanical pressure on the electrical resistivity and water transport capabilities of a semi-conductive superabsorbent tape
VE Torbjørn Andersen, OLSEN Maria Nicté Polanco, HVIDSTEN Sverre; SINTEF Energy Research Trondheim, Norway

 B2.6

Breakdown Voltage of Polyethylene-Silicon Rubber Interface in Cable Joints
HUTT Wolfgang; Pfisterer Kontaktsysteme GmbH Winterbach, Germany
HOHLOCH Jens; Pfisterer Ixosil AG Altdorf, Switzerland

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           TESTA Luigi; Prysmian Cables and Systems, Spain
Rapporteur:         LEEMANS Pieter;; Elia, Belgium

C2 Offline diagnostic and maintenance

 C2.2

Methods and experience of Very Low Frequency (VLF) diagnostic testing to support asset management of critical MV circuits
PERKEL Josh, HAMPTON Nigel;NEETRAC Atlanta, USA
HERNANDEZ Jean Carlos; University of Merida, Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
DRAPEAU Jean Francois;IREQ Montreal, Canada

 C2.3

Development of a method for the localization of PD-Faults in high voltage cables with UHF sensors
BACH Robert, BERKEMEIER Rouven, KÖSTER Markus; DFachhochschule Suedwestfalen, Soest Soest, Germany

 C2.4

Partial Discharge measurements during AC voltage test: a fast and effective method for the site commissioning of long EHV XLPE cable systems
CAPRARA Andrea, PASCHINI Lorenzo, CIOTTI Giacomo; Techimp – Altanova Group SrL Zola Predosa (BO), Italy

 C2.5

Condition based maintenance of HV cable lines using damped AC technique – a case study
EGYED Róbert; Omexom Magyarország Kft. Budapest, Hungary
TAMUS Zoltán Ádám; Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest, Hungary

 C2.6

Diagnostic of Underground Cable Systems Based on the Combination of Time Domain Dielectric Spectroscopy (TDDS) and VLF Tan Delta
DRAPEAU Jean-Francois; Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Quebec Varennes, Canada

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 3: Testing Methods: Electrical and non Electrical
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           CLASEN Geir; Nexans, Norway
Rapporteur:         DUBOIS David;; Nexans, France

D2 Onsite and Laboratory Tests

D2.1

Design of variable-frequency series-resonant voltage withstand test system for very long 500 kV cable
FAN Weinan, WANG Yong, MO Wenxiong, HUANG Bai, LI Guangmao, ZHU Lu, ZHANG Yaru, LI Hanru; Guangzhou power supply company Guangzhou, China

 D2.2

Cable System Commissioning Update
LANZ Ben, KRESO John;IMCORP Manchester, CT, USA
THOMAS Steve;ENEL San Diego, USA
SHANNON Charles;IMCORP San Diego, USA
HUMMEL Rene;IMCORP Berlin, Germany

 D2.3

Air Insulated Factory Routine Test System for High Voltage Cable Accessories Upto 550 kV
TUNA Enis, ÖZTÜRK Samet; Demirer Kablo İstanbul, Turkey

 D2.4

Sensitive and selective partial discharge measurement method for DC and AC cable joints
ESTERL Florian, PLATH Ronald; Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

 D2.5

Performing type tests for the qualification of three-core submarine cables and accessories for connections of offshore wind farms
JEGUST Detlef, VATERRODT Klaus; IPH GmbH Berlin, Germany

 D2.6

Type test for 138 kV Transition Joint between pipe-type and solid dielectric cables.
MAKOVOZ Arie; Consolidated Edison of New York New York, USA

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           ZENGER Walter; USI, USA
Rapporteur:         BELE William;; RTE, France

E2 Monitoring of lapped insulation and remaining life evaluation of transmission cable systems

E2.1

Condition assessment of pipe-type joints utilizing limited-angle computed tomography x-ray technology
MAKOVOZ Arie, BOSE Sanjay; Consolidated Edison of New York New York, USA
MAZIUK Robert; V J Technologies, Inc. East Haven, CT, USA
HALLIWELL Stephen; V J Technologies, Inc. Bohemia, NY, USA

 E2.2

A Study on Partial Discharge Pattern Analysis for HVDC MI-PPLP Cables
JUNG Chae-kyun, HWANG Jae-sang, KIM Minju;Reserach Institute Daejeon, Korea, Republic of
KIM Seongweon, KIM Kyungoh;KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corporation), Naju, Korea, Republic of

 E2.3

How Can Life Assessment and Diagnostic Monitoring Influence the Choice of MV to EHVDC Cables for Interconnected Grids
MONTANARI Gian Carlo; University of Texas Texas, USA
MORSHUIS Peter; Solid Dielectric Solutions Leiden, Netherlands
STEVENS Gary C; Gnosys Global Guildford, United Kingdom
SERI Paolo; University of Bologna, Italy
VAUGHAN Alun S; University of Southampton, United Kingdom

 E2.4

Chemical ageing of subsea mass impregnated insulation cable paper
LESAINT Cédric, LILAND Knut Brede, HESTAD Øystein; SINTEF Energy Research Trondheim, Norway

 E2.5

Water Tree Degradation on Long Term Operated 60 kV Class XLPE Cables Removed from Actual Grid
TAKAHASHI Toshihiro, KURIHARA Takashi, TAKAHASHI Tsuguhiro, OKAMOTO Tatsuki; CRIEPI Yokosuka, Japan

 E2.6

Power cables and accessories survey – learnings from type tests, tests after installation and in-service failures.
VAN DER WIELEN Peter, HE Hong; DNV GL Arnhem, Netherlands

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: F (Galerie Le Nôtre)
Chairman:        JEROENSE Marc; MJ MarCable Consulting AB, Sweden
Rapporteur:    
Teyssèdre Gilbert; CNRS / Laplace, University P. Sabatier, France

F2 Young Researcher’s Contest

F2.1

Thermal rating of submarine cables installed in J-tubes using Lumped Element Method
ARANCIO Jeremy, OULD EL MOCTAR Ahmed;
LTEN (Heat Transfer and Energy Laboratory at Nantes), Nantes, France
NGUYEN TUAN Minh; EDF Paris, France
TAYAT Farardj, ROQUES Jean-Philippe; TOTAL Paris, France

F2.2 Modeling thermal distribution of submarine three-core XLPE cable with respect to the buried depth and thermal conductivity of the soil
WANG Weiwang, WANG Zhaohui, BU Wen, LI Shengtao; Xi‘an Jiaotong University Xi’an, China
F2.3 Electrical properties of nanostructured polypropylene: a matter of morphology?
SERI Paolo; Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering (DEI), University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy
F2.4 Development and set-up of a non-intrusive technique for measuring space charges in specimens of DC cables
JEBLI Mourad, BOYER Ludovic;
SuperGrid Institute Villeurbanne, France
MARTIRE Thierry, LAURENTIE Jean-Charles, CASTELLON Jérôme, NOTINGHER Petru; Université de Montpellier/CNRS Montpellier, France
F2.5 Assessment of financial benefits in overplanted windfarm export cable
HERNANDEZ COLIN Maria Angelica, PILGRIM James A.
; University of Southampton Southampton, United Kingdom
F2.6 DC Conductivity measurements of polymeric HVDC insulation materials under consideration of a dynamic temperature profile
HÄRING Dominik
; Südkabel GmbH Mannheim, Germany
JENAU Frank; University Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
F2.7 Analysis of longitudinal interfaces by using frequency domain spectroscopy
LOH Jun Ting, DREßLER Mario, KITTAN Stefan, KORNHUBER Stefan;
University of Applied Sciences Zittau, Germany
ARNDT Stephan; BBC Cellpack Electrical Products – Behr Bircher Cellpack Radeberg GmbH Radeberg, Germany
F2.8 Post-irradiation effect investigation on low-voltage XLPE cables through dielectric spectroscopy
SURACI Simone Vincenzo, FABIANI Davide; Department of Electrical Engineering (DEI) – University of Bologna Bologna, Italy
F2.9 Identification and experimental determination of important thermal and hydraulic properties of bedding materials for energy cables
SCHEDEL Markus, DREFKE Christoph, SASS Ingo
; Technische Universität Darmstadt, Geothermal Science and Technology, Germany
JACOBS Natalie Simone, BRÜGGMANN Jan; Amprion GmbH, Dortmund, Germany
F2.10 Role of holes in conduction phenomenon of Low Density Polyethylene under high fields and temperatures
UPADHYAY Avnish Kumar, REDDY Chandupatala Chakradhar; Indian Institute of Technology Ropar Ropar, India
F2.11 Partial discharge detection using distributed acoustic sensing
KIRKCALDY Laurie; University of Southampton Southampton, United Kingdom
F2.12 MV Insulated cables and screen arrangements: single-point bonding vs solid-bonding
DAMBONE SESSA Sebastian, BENATO Roberto
; University of Padova Padova, Italy
MARCHESE Oscar, TANZI Luca, ZAPPELLONI Roberto; E-distribuzione Rome, Italy
F2.13 HV Cable Diagnostic by Time Domain Reflectometry or Frequency Domain Analysis?A Comparison of Sensitivity to Fault Impedance and Cable Length
NOROUZI Younes
; Nexans Deutschland GmbH and Leibniz University Hannover Hannover, Germany
F2.14 Application of Recurrent Neural Network with Long Short-Term Memory Cells for Partial Discharge Identification
YEO Joel, YUEN Chau; SUTD Singapore, Singapore
JIN Hui Fei, NG Chee Seng; T Yeo Engineers Singapore, Singapore
F2.15 Electrical stresses of cable sheaths under normal and fault condition
KÜCHLER Benjamin, SCHMIDT Uwe, HAIM Klaus-Dieter; University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Goerlitz Zittau, Germany
XU Liang; SIEMENS AG Erlangen, Germany
F2.16 Subsea electrically heat traced flowline. Feedback from investigations on the reliability of resistive heating wires used in pipelines.
SAINZ TORRENT Alejandro, CRUAÑES ALGARRA Ignacio, EL YAAKOUBI Soulimane, GEERTSEN Christian, RAVEAUD Nicolas
; ITP Interpipe Louveciennes, France
F2.17 Modelling of electrical history effect on polymer conductivity
GUFFOND Raphaël
; Nexans Lyon, France
COMBESSIS Anthony; Nexans Lens, France
HOLÉ Stéphane; Laboratoire de Physique et d’Étude des Matériaux, (LPEM, UMR8213) CNRS, PSL Research University ESPCI-ParisTech, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 6 Paris, France
F2.19 Aging Index of C&I Cable in Nuclear Power Plants via Time-Frequency Domain Reflectometry
LIM Hobin, LEE Geon Seok, BANG Su Sik, KWON Gu-Young, LEE Yeong Ho, JI Gyeong Hwan, SHIN Yong-June; Yonsei University Seoul, Korea, Republic of
F2.20 Investigation on Transition Joint Materials and Electric Field in Different Layers of Joint Insulation
JOHRI PRANAV, REDDY Chandupatala Chakradhar
; Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, Ropar, India
F2.21 Global basis functions method for the efficient computation of power losses in submarine three-core cable armor
GIUSSANI Luca, DI RIENZO Luca
; Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria, Milan, Italy
BECHIS Massimo; Prysmian SpA, Milan, Italy
DE FALCO Carlo; Politecnico di Milano, MOX – Modeling and Scientific Computing, Dipartimento di Matematica, Milan, Italy
F2.22 FEM analysis on influence of semiconductors in 3-core submarine power cables regarding cable losses
STURM Sebastian, PAULUS Johannes
; University of Applied Sciences Schweinfurt, Germany
F2.23 Numerical and Empirical Determination of the Influence of Hydrodynamic Loads on the Fatigue Life of Submarine Cables
SCHÜTT Clemens, OTTO Christoph, MENZEL Peter, PASCHEN Mathias; University of Rostock, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Marine Technology, Chair of Ocean Engineering Rostock, Germany
ZERBST Stephan, SCHUMANN Kai; TenneT Offshore GmbH Lehrte, Germany
F2.24 Local surface field- and charge distributions and their impact on breakdown voltage for HVDC cable insulation
GUFFOND Raphaël;
Nexans Lyon, France
DOEDENS Espen, JARVID Markus; Nexans Halden, Norway
SERDYUK Yuriy; Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
F2.25 Influences of changed Grid Utilization by Renewable Energies on the Ageing Behaviour of Medium Voltage Cables
MÜLLER Ann-Catrin, WEINDL Christian
; University of applied sciences and arts Coburg, Germany
F2.26 Space Charge Behaviour in HVDC Cable Insulation
ZHAN Yunpeng, CHEN George; University of Southampton Southampton, United Kingdom
F2.27 Multilevel design approach for industrial distribution network optimization
LAGOMARSINI Clara, BLONBOU Franck, CHARMETANT Adrien; Nexans Lyon, France

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 7: HV and EHV AC Cable Systems
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           CHINOSI Sergio; Prysmian, Italy
Rapporteur:         GALERON Didier;; Nexans, France

A3 Installation and testing of cable systems

A3.1

Modular Test System for testing of super long AC and DC cables
BILINSKI Enrico, KALTENBORN Uwe, HENSEL Michael; HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH, Germany

A3.2

Projects with remote installation (“tube post”) of energy cables in ducts
GRIFFIOEN Willem, GUTBERLET Christophe, UHL Alexandre, LAURENT Gregory, GROBETY Selim;Plumettaz SA Bex, Switzerland

A3.3

Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project: North America’s first 500 kV XLPE Cable System
BUSBY Jon; Burns & McDonnell Engineering Kansas City, USA

A3.4

A super-digital underground link
COUTURIER Nicolas, FABRE Mathilde; RTE Paris, France

A3.5

Combined qualification according to IEC IEEE ICEA of 345 – 400 kV cable components and system
DUBOIS David, MIREBEAU Pierre, AIT AMAR Abdellatif, GALERON Didier; Nexans Calais, France

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic: Fire Performance
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           VERCELLOTI Uberto; CESI, Italy
Rapporteur:         COLOMBIER Serge;; Prysmian Câbles & Systèmes, France

B3 Fire performance

B3.1

Special Communication (25 minutes allocated time) Construction Products Regulation: do HVAC and DC cable have to answer?
CHARLES Fabien; Prysmian Group MONTEREAU, France
MIREBEAU Pierre; NEXANS Calais, France
BENARD Laurent; Prysmian Group SENS, France
ROUET Francis; SYCABEL Paris, France

B3.2

ElecLink Cable Fire Performance and Bespoke Fire Test – Special Communication (25 minutes allocated time)
HUANG Ziyi (Uta);Mott MacDonald Brighton, United Kingdom
DHILLON Steve;ElecLink Folkstone, United Kingdom
SVOMA Roman;PowerSure Technology London, United Kingdom

B3.3

LSZH sheath cracking in harsh environment
THOMBRE Arun; DUCAB Dubai, UAE

B3.4

Current ratings for Fire Rated cables
HOSIER Richard; Mineral Insulated Cable Company Co. Ltd. Washington, United Kingdom

B3.5

A Study of Smoke Release of Complete Cables and components of the cables
RAJENDRAN Arunjothi, THIRUMURTHY Thirumurthy, K P Meena; Central Power Research Institute Bangalore, India

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           BOONE Wim; The Netherlands
Rapporteur:         TANZEGHTI Houssam;; Enedis, France

C3 Online diagnostic and maintenance

C3.1

Investigation of temperature effect on partial discharge patterns in high voltage XLPE insulated cables
HAGHJOO Farhad; Shahid Abbaspour School of Engineering, Shahid Beheshti University Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
KARIMI Reza; Abhar Cable Co. Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

C3.2

Performance of the Partial discharge equipment and the future of online monitoring system in National Grid SA network
ALMALKI Abdullah;National GridSA – Saudi Electricity Company Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

C3.3

Belgian experience with the commissioning and operation of a monitoring system on a 380 kV AC cable system
LEEMANS Pieter, SARENS Mario; Elia Brussels, Belgium
BRONIECKI Ulrike, GEBHARDT Daniel, KOLTUNOWICZ Wojciech; OMICRON Energy Solutions Berlin, Germany

C3.4

High voltage outdoor terminations with integrated optical partial discharge measurement
EIGNER Alexander, DANIEL Rhoda; Tyco Electronics Raychem GmbH Ottobrunn, Germany

C3.5

In-service Partial Discharge Measurements on Power Cable Terminations
CAO Hongyan, LI Jun, LO Kem Wah, ONG Kian Hai; SP Group Singapore, Singapore

C3.6

Integral sensing of HV cable joints – monitor operation and predict failures early
GRUND Ruben; Pfisterer Winterbach, Germany
HOHLOCH Jens; Pfisterer Altdorf, Switzerland
POHL Clemens, KAMMLER Anja; AP Sensing Boeblingen, Germany
OLSEN Rasmus; Energinet Fredericia, Denmark

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 3: Testing Methods: Electrical and non Electrical
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           FENGER Mark; Prysmian Group, Canada
Rapporteur:         CASTELLON Jerôme;; University of Montpellier, France

D3 Partial Discharge Methods and Measurement

D3.1

Fifteen Years Damped AC On-site Testing and Diagnosis of Transmission Power Cables
GULSKI Edward, JONGEN Rogier; onsite hv solutions ag Lucerne, Switzerland
QAUK Ben; Seitz Instruments AG Niederrohrdorf, Switzerland
PARCIAK Jaroslaw; onsite hv solutions Central Europe Sp. z o.o. Warsaw, Poland
RAKOWSKA Aleksandra, SIODLA Krzysztof; Poznan University of Technology, Poland

D3.2

Partial discharge inception voltage and magnitude under AC and DC voltage supply
MONTANARI Gian Carlo;Center for Electromechanics (CEM) of the Texas University at Austin Austin, USA
SERI Paolo, NADERIALLAF Hadi;DEI – University of Bologna, Italy

D3.3

Application of PD monitored voltage withstand test method for high voltage power cable lines
XIA Wen; Ningbo Power Company Ningbo, China
XIAO Chuan Qiang, ZHANG Fengxi; SINDIA Instruments Beijing, China
CHEN Jie; Jiangsu Eletric Power Research Institute Nanjing, China

D3.4

Non destructive after laying test with PD localisation
SMIT Jacco;TenneT TSO B.V. Arnhem, Netherlands
VAN RIET Maarten;Alliander Arnhem, Netherlands

D3.5

Partial discharge localization of gas pressure cable routes through double sided-synchronous-multi point-measurement
TAMENKOVIC Vladimir, FELSHEIM Frédéric, PLATH Ronald; Technische Universität, Berlin, Germany

 

Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 9: Submarine Cable Systems (AC & DC)
Monday June 24th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           OTTERSBERG Heiner; Prysmian, Germany
Rapporteur:         LOUDIERE Nathan;; RTE, France

E3 Challenges for integrated optical fibers

E3.1

Model-based predictive control for use in RTTR temperature sensing systems of high voltage cables
AEGERTER Damian; onsite hv solutions ag Lucerne, Switzerland
QAUK Ben; Braavos GmbH Stetten AG, Switzerland
MEIER Stephan; Emetor AB Västerås, Sweden

E3.2

Combined distributed fiber optic sensing: the revolution in managing and reducing risks and costs of offshore power cable
ROCHAT Etienne, CHIN Sanghoon, RAVET Fabien, CURRAT Matthieu;Omnisens SA Morges, Switzerland

E3.3

Inherently safe designs of fibre optical cables integrated in three-core submarine power cables
KVARTS Thomas, COJOCARU Claudia Georgiana; Orsted Offshore Gentofte, Denmark

E3.4

Optical fiber related failure modes of submarinepower cables
DE WILD Frank, VAN DER WIELEN Peter;DNV GL Arnhem, Netherlands
PLET Cornelis;DNV GL Arnhem, Netherlands

E3.5

Fiber Optic Cable Faults in Land Cable Systems
STØLAN Ronny; Nexans Norway Halden, Norway
SVENSSON Bård J., KALDHUSSÆTER Einar; Nexans Norway Oslo, Norway

E3.6

Electromagnetic couplings in HV and EHV three-core submarine cables during test and operation
KARLSTRAND Johan; JK Cablegrid Consulting AB Karlskrona, Sweden
OLSEN Espen; Nexans Norway AS Halden, Norway
HATLO Marius; Unitech Power Systems AS Oslo, Norway

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 7: HV and EHV AC Cable Systems
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           THUNBERG Erik; SVK (Svenska kraftnät), Sweden
Rapporteur:         LIEMANS Didier;; Nexans, Belgium

A4 Operational experiences of HV and EHV cable systems

A4.1

Strategies for maintenance and repair of EHV cable systems
SMIT Jacco, MOUSAVI Shima, ZUIJDERDUIN Roy, DE BES Robert-Jan; TenneT TSO B.V. Arnhem, Netherlands
MACHL Anita; APG Vienna, Netherlands
REICH Klemens; APG Vienna, Austria
KLEIN Michael, SVEJDA Georg; Wienernetze Vienna, Austria

A4.2

Using SIX SIGMA Methodology to find out the root causes of Cable Accessories Failures and Appropriate Solution Analysis
AL HOMUD Hamad;Saudi Electricity Company (National Grid SA) Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

A4.3

Failure Experience on 380 kV Cable Joints and Terminations in Saudi Arabian Transmission Network
ALDHUWAIAN Abdullah; Saudi Electricity Company Buraydah, Saudi Arabia

A4.4

Qualification and Experiences with Large 400 kV Cables Systems Installed on the Arabian Peninsula
KAUMANNS Johannes, HEUSER Jürgen, FRANKE Dirk, OPPERMANN Thomas, HÄRING Dominik, SCHRÖDER Gero;Südkabel GmbH Mannheim, Germany

A4.5

Degradation of silicone insulating fluids in cable sealing ends
VIRTANEN Suvi, CALLENDER George, PILGRIM James, ANDRITSCH Thomas, LYU Xiang, BROWN Richard; University of Southampton, United Kingdom
CWIKOWSKI Oliver; National Grid Electricity Transmission Warwick, United Kingdom

A4.6

Investigation and Mitigation of HV Cable Joint Failures in Metropolitan Distribution Utility in Thailand
RAJAKROM Asawin; MEA Bangkok, Thailand
THANANCHANA Annop, CHANDARASUPSANG Tirapot, CHALPITAK Nopasit; Chiangmai University Chiangmai, Thailand

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 1: Materials, New Materials and Ageing Assessment in AC and DC
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           GUSTAFSSON Anders; Borealis, Sweden
Rapporteur:         SAMUEL Jorice;; Nexans, Norway

B4 New materials (A)

B4.1

Enhanced performance thermoplastic insulation systems
STEVENS Gary C, PYE Amy, FREEBODY Nicola, BASU Susmit; Gnosys Global Guildford, United Kingdom
GERMAN Ian, THOMAS Janet; Gnosys Global Guildford, United Kingdom
HOSIER Ian, VAUGHAN Alun S, ANDRITSCH Thomas; University of Southampton, United Kingdom

B4.2

Development of a thermoplastic insulation system for medium voltage cables
WALD Detlef;Eifelkabel Villmergen, Switzerland
POTS Laurens;TKF Haaksbergen, Netherlands

B4.3

Comparison of characteristics and behaviour of XLPE and P-laser MV-cable
SOEPBOER Piet, BROERSMA Tjeerd; Enexis ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
HENNUY Blandine, SIMAL Robin; ENGIE-Laborelec Linkebeek, Belgium
VAN ROSSUM Jos, BARTHOLOMEUS Robert; Prysmian Netherlands Delft, Netherlands

B4.4

A Polymer Filled Crosslinked Polyethylene for HVDC Cable Insulation Application
CAO Liang, ZHONG Lisheng, YANG Xiaoyu, GAO Jinghui, CHEN Guanghui; Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

B4.5

Performance of a strippable thermoplastic medium voltage cable
WALD Detlef; Eifelkabel Villmergen, Switzerland
LIU Xiongjun; Shangshang Cable Liyang, China
RAIKISTO Pasi; HVCS Savonlinna, Finland

B4.6

Enhanced Dielectric Properties of Polypropylene/SEBS-g-MA Composites for HVDC Cable Application
ZHANG Ling, ZHOU Yuanxiang; State Key Laboratory of Control and Simulation of Power System and Generation Equipment, Department of Electrical Engineering, Tsinghua University Beijing, China
SHI Jinxing, CHENG Zixia; School of Electrical Engineering, Zhengzhou University Zhengzhou , China

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 8: DC Cable Systems: LV, MV, HV and EHV
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           DOEDENS Espen; Nexans Norway AS, Norway
Rapporteur:         GUFFOND Raphaël;; Nexans, France

C4 Space charge measurement (Interface and Material)

C4.1

Development and Optimization of a Pulsed Electroacoustic System Suitable for Silicone Rubbers with Carbon Black Nanofillers
HUSSAIN Rashid, MOXTER Julian, HINRICHSEN Volker; Technische Universität Darmstadt, High-Voltage Laboratories, Germany

C4.2

SpaceCharge Accumulation between Different Insulating Materials Simulated CableJoint for HVDC
IGUCHI Kumiko, TOHMINE Tsuyoshi, MIYAKE Hiroaki, TANAKA Yasuhiro;Tokyo City University, Japan
MURATA Yoshinao, INOUE Yoshiyuki;Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Tokyo, Japan

C4.3

Effect of space charge on dielectric strength of EPDM at different electric field and temperature
LEI Zhipeng, MEN Rujia, SONG Jiancheng, LI Yuanyuan, TIAN Muqin; Taiyuan University of Technology Taiyuan, China
LI Chuanyang; Tsinghua University Beijing, China
HAN Tao; Tianjin University, China
FABIANI Davide; University of Bologna, Italy

C4.4

HVDC extruded cable space charge measurement under operating condition with temperature difference
HOU Shuai, FU Mingli, HUI Baojun, ZHANG Yifan; Electric Power Research Institute China Southern Power Grid Guangzhou, China

C4.5

Comparison and valuation of deconvolution techniques for processing space charge measurement data
LUNGE Kevin, NIEDIK Christoph Felix, JENAU Frank; TU Dortmund University, Germany

C4.6

Characterization of a novel piezo-electric transducer for the evaluation of the Space Charge accumulation with the Pulsed Electro-Acoustic technique
CIOTTI Giacomo, CAPRARA Andrea; Techimp – Altanova Group SrL Zola Predosa (BO), Italy
FABIANI Davide, PALMIERI Fabrizio, LEI Zhipeng, SPERANZA Marco, SURACI Simone; University of Bologna, Italy

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 3: Testing Methods: Electrical and non Electrical
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           KIM Jung Nyun; LS Cable, Korea
Rapporteur:         SANTANA José;; Prysmian Câbles & Systèmes, France

D4 Partial Discharge Methods and Measurement – Equipment

D4.1

Optimized test setup and decoupling strategy for onsite partial discharge measurements
VATERRODT Klaus, SPIELER Martin, KÖSZEGI Andreas, NIERHAUS Tjalf, KUCHARCZYK Krzysztof; IPH GmbH Berlin, Germany

D4.2

Innovative PD Site Location optimized for FAT in Cable Industry
MRAZ Petr, ABDUL MADHAR Saliha, TREYER Patrick, HAMMER Urs;Haefely Test AG Basel, Switzerland

D4.3

HV withstand test for Shanghai 500 kV power cable lines using 8 modular variable frequency resonant test systems
JIANG Yun; Shanghai Power Company Shanghai, China
XIAO Chuan Qiang, DAI Hongbin; SINDIA Instruments Beijing, China

D4.4

Procedures to qualify PD measuring instruments to use in the insulation condition of cable systems
GARNACHO Fernando, KHAMLICHI Abderrahim, ROVIRA Jorge, SIMÓN Pascual; FFII-LCOE Madrid, Spain
ÁLVAREZ Fernando; Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

D4.5

Low Frequency Dielectric Spectroscopy Applications to Aged Medium Voltage Cable Diagnostics
BANERJEE Sarajit, ROUISON David; Kinectrics Inc. Toronto, Canada
DRAPEAU Jean-Francois; Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Québec Varennes, Canada

D4.6

Partial discharge propagation in high voltage XLPE insulated cables – measurement and modeling
BOCHENSKI Boguslaw; Kinectrics Inc Toronto, Canada

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           MAIOLI Paolo; Prysmian SpA, Italy
Rapporteur:         CABAU Mathieu; RTE, France

E4 Monitoring of mechanical issues

E4.1

Determination of the Depth of Burial for Submarine Power Cables from Temperature Measurements in Real-Time
LUX Jonathan, OLSCHEWSKI Martin, CZERNIUK Thomas, HILL Wieland; IPH GmbH Berlin, Germany

E4.2

Experiences with depth of burial monitoring in the North Sea using Distributed Temperature Sensing
VAN OOSTEROM Jozua, VAN DOELAND Wouter; Energy Solutions B.V. Delft, Netherlands

E4.3

Fault Localisation with Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) – Service Experience
OLSEN Rasmus, STEFFANSEN Simon, OLESEN Kristian; Energinet Transmission Fredericia, Denmark
ROGERS Rosalie, LEES Gareth; AP Sensing Stuttgart, Germany

E4.4

Very Long Reach Distributed Acoustic Sensing
CEDILNIK Gregor, LEES Gareth; AP Sensing GmbH Böblinge, Germany
SCHMIDT Poul Erik, HERSTRØM Søren, GEISLER Tommy; OFS Brøndby, Denmark

E4.5

Online chafing fault diagnosis and characterization in twisted pair cables based on multi-carrier reflectometry and genetic optimization algorithms
BEN HASSEN Wafa, KAFAL Moussa, CABANILLAS Esteban; CEA, LIST, Laboratoire de Fiabilité et Intégration Capteurs Gif-sur-Yvette, France

E4.6

Non-Electric Detection of Internal Discharges in High-Voltage Cable Accessories
VATERRODT Klaus, PETERSEN Andreas; IPH, Institut Prüffeld für elektrische Hochleistungstechnik GmbH (CESI Group) Berlin, Germany
LEISTNER André; Polymerics GmbH Berlin, Germany
GRÄF Thomas; HTW Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin Berlin, Germany

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 9: Submarine Cable Systems (AC & DC)
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           COLLA Luigi; Prysmian Power Link Srl, Italy
Rapporteur:         CHARLES Fabien;Prysmian Sud Europe, France

A5 HV and EHV Submarine cables

A5.1

Corrosion, we just have to live with it
WALD Detlef; Eifelkabel Villmergen, Switzerland
ORTON Harry; Orton Consulting Engineers Intl. North Vancouver, Canada
ALJINOVIĆ Srećko; HOPS Split, Croatia
DROPULIĆ Toni; Dalekovod-Projekt Zagreb, Croatia

A5.2

Study on Degassing Process of the World’s First 500 kV XLPE Insulated AC Submarine Cable
WANG Wenchao, ZHAO Youlin, ZHANG Jianmin, YE Cheng, HU Ming, WANG Liyuan;Zhongtian Technology Submarine Cable Co., Ltd. Nantong, China
XIE Shuhong; Zhongtian Technology Group Co., Ltd., Nantong, China

A5.3

Research and Application of XLPE Insulated Submarine Cable in China
ZHANG Hongliang, HU Ming, XUE Jianling, YU Hongmiao, YAN Zhiyu; Zhongtian Technology Submarine Cable Co., Ltd. Nantong, China
XIE Shuhong; Zhongtian Technology Group Co., Ltd. Nantong, China

A5.4

Very Evaluation of six years operation of XLPE 3X95 mm Cu type of 20 kV Submarine cable routed from Lombok Island – Gili Air Island – Gili Meno Island – Gili Trawangan Island (4,700 Meter route, 2 Circuits)
NUGRAHA Herry, SILALAHI Zivion; PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (Persero) Jakarta, Indonesia
SINISUKA Ngapuli; School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Bandung Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia

A5.5

Towards Detecting Ship Characteristics and Movement using DA
MALAPRADE Jacques, HUNT Ryan, LEES Gareth; AP Sensing Basingstoke, United Kingdom
DRAPP Bernd; AP Sensing Böblingen, Germany

A5.6

Light armour cables for submarine deepwater power application
OTTE Olaf, TROLLI Alessandro, CONSONNI Enrico; Prysmian Group Milan, Italy

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 1: Materials, New Materials and Ageing Assessment in AC and DC
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           POZZATI Giovanni; Prysmian SpA, Italy
Rapporteur:         SAHYOUN Jihane;Nexans, France

B5 New materials (B)

B5.1

Advancements in TR-XLPE Insulation Technology to Enable Use in High Voltage Cable Applications
CARONIA Paul, PERSON Timothy, COGEN Jeff, SENGUPTA Saurav; The Dow Chemical Company Collegeville, USA.
CREE Steve; The Dow Chemical Company Horgen, Switzerland
SUN Yabin, HE Chao; The Dow Chemical Company Shanghai, China

B5.2

Fully-crosslinked XLPE with low conductivity for HVDC insulation
PERSON Timothy;The Dow Chemical Company Collegeville, USA
CREE Stephen;The Dow Chemical Company Horgen, Switzerland
YANG Yong Yong;Dow Chemical (China) Invest. Co. Ltd. Shanghai, China

B5.3

Formulation and preparation of special rubber sheath material for rail transit cable
XIE Xiangqian, LIANG Bin, LU Ruquan, BAO Degui; Zhongtian Technology industrial Wire & Cable System Co., Ltd, Nantong, China

B5.4

Development of Novel Liquid Silicone Rubber Solutions for HVDC Cable Accessories
DRAKE Robert; Dow Performance Silicones Barry, United Kingdom
WOLF Hans Peter, SCHENK Xao Phung; Dow Performance Silicones Wiesbaden, Germany
PERSON Timothy; The Dow Chemical Company Collegeville, Pennsylvania, USA

B5.5

Recent Developments to Improve the degassing and long run extrusion performance of HV Cables
KJELLQVIST Jerker; Dow Europe GmbH 8810 Horgen, Switzerland
SUN Yabin; Dow Chemical Shanghai, China
MÄKELÄ Timo, LAHTI Mikko; Maillefer Extrusion Oy Vantaa, Finland
FRAIJA Samir, DANDACHI Jaber; Jeddah Cable Co Ltd Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

B5.6

Self-healing dielectric fluids for fluid filled cables: from lab to circuits
BASU Susmit, GERMAN Ian, HERMAN Henryk, RHODES Rhys, STEVENS Gary; Gnosys Global Ltd Guildford, United Kingdom

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 8: DC Cable Systems: LV, MV, HV and EHV
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           KIM Jeongtae; Daejin University, Korea
Rapporteur:         BOYER Ludovic;SuperGrid Institute, France

C5 Interfaces and modelling of DC cable systems

C5.1

Approach for a comprehensive definition of the electrical interface between HVDC converter and cable
BECKLER Simon, REISBECK Jörg, EXL Florian; TransnetBW GmbH Stuttgart, Germany
SCHELL Fabian; Fichtner GmbH Stuttgart, Germany

C5.2

Modeling of the Thermoelectric Performance of a ±320 kV HVDC Underground Cable System
CHRYSOCHOS Andreas, CHATZIPETROS Dimitrios, CHYTIRIS Nathanail, PAVLOU Konstantinos, TASTAVRIDIS Konstantinos, GEORGALLIS Georgios;Cablel Hellenic Cables S.A., Viohalco Group Athens, Greece

C5.3

Impact of DC fault transients in MMC-HVDC link on DC cable
SAAD Hani, DENNETIERE Sebastien, RAULT Pierre; RTE Paris, France

C5.4

Disruptive modelling of HVDC insulation system electrical properties from ab-initio material analysis
GUFFOND Raphaël; Nexans Lyon, France
COMBESSIS Anthony; Nexans Lens, France
HOLÉ stéphane; Laboratoire de Physique et d’Étude des Matériaux, (LPEM, UMR8213) CNRS, PSL Research University ESPCI-ParisTech, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 6 Paris, France

C5.5

Surface charge characteristics of spacers in DC GIL filled with environmental-friendly gas mixtures
CHEN Geng, TU YouPing, WU ShaoCong, ZHANG Ying, AI Xin; North China Electric Power University Beijing, China
LI ChuanYang; Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering Guglielmo Marconi Bologna, Italy

C5.6

Overvoltages experienced by DC cables within an HVDC transmission system in a bipolar configuration – a simulation study approach
SALTZER Markus; ABB Switzerland Ltd. Baden-Dättwil, Switzerland
GÖRTZ Max; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Karlksruhe, Germany
WENIG Simon; TransnetBW GmbH Stuttgart, Germany
LETERME Willem; KU Leuven Leuven, Belgium
SAAD Hani; RTE Paris, France
JUVIK Jon Ivar; Statnett Oslo, Norway
ZHANG Roland Dongping; TenneT TSO GmbH Bayreuth, Germany
BARTZSCH Carsten; SIEMENS AG Erlangen, Germany
KARMOKAR Tanumay; NKT HV Cables AB, Karlskrona, Sweden
JOUBERT Vincent; Prysmian Group Paris, France
CRIPPA Alessandro; CESI, Milan, Italy
CIGRE; Cigré, JWG B4/B1/C4.73, various

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 6: LV and MV AC Cable Systems
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           MAXIMO Juan; Viakable Mx, Mexico
Rapporteur:         LIN Christophe; Enedis, France

D5 MV AC Cables Systems

D5.1

Fault mechanisms of incorrectly installed force springs used for ground screen connections in medium voltage cable systems
HALVORSON Hans Lavoll; SINTEF Energy Research Trondheim, Norway
BAKKEN Robin Lyngseth, MAUSETH Frank; NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology,  Trondheim, Norway

D5.2

Aerial Medium Voltage Covered Networks : worth a new look?
BATTLE Robert;SICAME AUSTRALIA Yatala, Australia
KHANNA Rajesh;SICAME INDIA Kanchipuram, India
BEAUGER Blaise, JEANNEAU Damien;SICAME SAS Pompadour, France

D5.3

Underground networks MV and LV – Certification of jointers
MAZET Françoise; SICAME Pompadour, France
TANZEGHTI Houssam, ALDEBERT Thierry; ENEDIS Paris, France

D5.4

Research on interface pressure of 10 kV cable cold-shrinked intermediate joint
FAN Weinan, WANG Yong, MO Wenxiong, ZHANG Yaru, DU Gang, HUANG Bai, WU Guopei; Guangzhou power supply company Guangzhou, China

D5.5

Distribution MV cables under severe mechanical forces applied during installation (case study)
ASKAR Mohammed, DESSOKY Rayan, AL-MONGY Ibrahim; Bahra Cables Company Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

D5.6

Powerboost® : Enhanced thermoplastic polypropylene based cables to upgrade power distribution and transmission networks
PEREGO Gabriele, MAZEL Christelle, KOELBLIN Christian, CHARRIER Dimitri; Nexans Lyon, France
CHA Ki-Ho; Nexans Jincheon, Korea, Republic of
STUERMER Michael; Nexans Hannover, Germany
PAIXAO Marcelo; Nexans Nüremberg, Germany
TUNDO Alessandro; Nexans Pomezia, Italy
CACCIOTTI Mauro; Nexans Battipaglia, Italy
KAYOUN Pierre; Nexans Paris, France

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           ORTON Harry; Consultant, Canada
Rapporteur:         COUTURIER Nicolas; RTE, France

E5 Non PD health assessment

E5.1

Belgian experience with a sheath current monitoring system installed on a critical 150 kV cable system
LEEMANS Pieter, DE RIDDER Peter; Elia Brussels, Belgium
VAN OOSTEROM Jozua, GEVERS Vincent; ENSOL Delft, Netherlands

E5.2

Real Time Monitoring of EHV Cable system
SHARMA Arvind kumar;National Safety Council Navi Mumbai, India
SONAR Vikas, GODBOLE Sandeep, KHAMKAR Paresh, KHOLIYA Sanjaykumar;Adani Electricity Mumbai, India

E5.3

Study on using Space Charge accumulations as defect marker in order to localise insulation defects in HVDC cables
RÖSCH Felix, PLATH Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ronald; Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

E5.4

Condition assessment of cross-bonded HV cable system
SMIT Jacco, VAN DOORN Joris, ZUIJDERDUIN Roy; TenneT TSO B.V. Arnhem, Netherlands
ROEFS Richard; Qirion Duiven, Netherlands
VILLAS Georgios, VAN EEDEN Corne, WEGBRANS Bas; Prysmian Netherlands B.V. Delft, Netherlands

E5.5

Cable sheath diagnosis in cross bonding cable systems
ADEL SHOKRY Marina, KHAMLICHI Abderrahim, GARNACHO Fernando, ROVIRA Jorge; LCOE-FFII Madrid, Spain
BURGOS Alexandra; Red electrica de España Madrid, Spain

E5.6

Visualization based on HDR Image Processing for X-ray Inspection of Power Transmission Cable Joints
JINNO Takao, YOSHIDA Yuki, TAKAMIYA Riku, KOJIMA Toshiki; Osaka Institute of Technology Osaka, Japan
HOZUMI Naohiro; Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
NAGOYA Yoshihisa; Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. Chiba, Japan
IWASAKI Kimihiro; TEPCO Power Grid, Inc. Tokyo, Japan

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 9: Submarine Cable Systems (AC & DC)
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           GASPARI Roberto; Nexans Norway, Norway
Rapporteur:         CORLU Yannis; RTE, France

A6 HVDC submarine cables

A6.1

Qualification, installation and commissioning of world’s first DC 400 kV XLPE cable system
IGI Tsuyoshi, ASAI Shinya, NISIKAWA Satoshi; Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Tokyo, Japan
TOMIOKA Satoshi, MIYAZAKI Takuya; Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Osaka, Japan

A6.2

Deep water HVDC mass impregnated cable systems
LERVIK Lars, ANDERSRØD Thomas;Nexans Norway AS Halden, Norway

A6.3

Design features of HVDC cables crossing the German North Sea EEZ
CAVALEIRO Pedro; Fichtner GmbH &Co. KG Stuttgart, Germany

A6.4

UK to Iceland HVDC Interconnector: Key Project Considerations
SVOMA Roman; PowerSure Technology Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 7PS,UK, United Kingdom
STURGEON Chris; Red Penguin Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 8AB, UK, United Kingdom
TRUELL Matthew; Atlantic Superconnection London, EC4R 0EH, UK, United Kingdom

A6.5

Continuous monitoring of HVDC Power cables with integrated fibre optic cables
SVOMA Roman; PowerSure Technology Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 7PS, United Kingdom
MASHIO Shoji; Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Osaka, Japan

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 1: Materials, New Materials and Ageing Assessment in AC and DC
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           MONTANARI Gian Carlo; Texas University, Austin, USA
Rapporteur:         MIREBEAU Pierre; Nexans, France

B6 Ageing and lifetime (A)

B6.1

What can you do with the data of a wet ageing test?
WALD Detlef; Eifelkabel Villmergen, Switzerland
HAMPTON Nigel; None Peachtree City, USA

B6.2

Implementation of Ageing Laws and Cable Models to Estimate Service Life for MV Cable Designs using Laboratory Endurance Tests
WEN SHU Essay, PERKEL Josh, HAMPTON Nigel;NEETRAC Atlanta, USA

B6.3

Can Cables Last 100 Years?
HUMMEL Rene; IMCORP Berlin, Germany
WALLACE Michael; Duke Energy Raleigh, USA
LANZ Ben, ZIEGLER Steffen; IMCORP Manchester, USA

B6.4

Lifetime prediction based on accelerating thermal aging test andelectric field simulation of a new AC 5 kV submarine cable
LIU Zhiqian, HAO Jian, MA Zhipeng; State Key Laboratory of Power Transmission Equipment & System Security and New Technology Chongqing University Chongqing, China
GAO Zhen, ZHEN Xilong, JING Qiang; Zhoushan Power Supply Company of State Grid Zhejiang Electric Power Supply Company, Zhoushan Zhoushan, China
JING Qiang; Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd., Zhoushan, China

B6.5

Ageing of oil impregnated insulation paper of subsea HV cables in decades of service
FURUHEIM Knut Magne; Nexans Norway AS Halden, Norway

B6.6

Dielectric spectroscopy response of XLPE mini cable aged under thermal stresses
PELZER Quentin, BEN-HASSINE Mouna, RESMOND Adrien; EDF Ecuelles, France
PERRIN Lara, FLANDIN Lionel; LEPMI Chambéry, France
NOTINGHER Petru; IES Montpellier, France
PCOLIN Xavier; PIMM Paris, France
TANZEGHTI Houssam; ENEDIS Paris, France

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 2: Cables and Accessories – design and modelling
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           DE WILD Frank; DNV GL, The Netherlands
Rapporteur:         LESUR Frédéric; Nexans, France

C6 Cable rating

C6.1

Use of conformal transform for current rating calculations of underground cable systems
LESUR Frédéric, DUBOIS David, SESSOUC François; ; Nexans Calais, France

C6.2

Ampacity calculation of multiple independent cable systems in ventilated tunnels
AEGERTER Damian;Braavos GmbH Stetten AG, Switzerland
MEIER Stephan;Emetor AB Västerås, Sweden

C6.3

Extended approach for calculating thermal stress and ampacity of high voltage cable systems based on experimental data
AINHIRN Florian; High Voltage Test Laboratory Graz Ltd., Austria
WOSCHITZ Rudolf; High Voltage Test Laboratory Graz Ltd., Austria
BOLZER Andreas; Wiener Netze GmbH Vienna, Austria

C6.4

Novel Cooling Technique for Cables Crossing a Road Ramp
ANDERS George; Lodz University of Technology, Poland
BOCHENSKI Boguslaw; Kinectrics Inc. Toronto, Canada
MIKKILI Leena; Black&Veatch Kansas City, USA

C6.5

Modelling of district heating pipes and heat sources for cable current ratings
LESUR Frédéric; Nexans Calais, France
KHUMALO Queeneth; Eskom Sunninghill, South Africa

C6.6

Feedback of CIGRE WG B1.56 regarding the verificationof cable current ratings
ANDERS George J; Technical University of Lodz, Poland
BASCOM III Earle C. (Rusty); Electrical Consulting Engineers P.C. Mesa, USA
CRAY Stefie; National Grid Warwick, United Kingdom
JOO Jeayun (Jerry); LS Cable & System Gumi-si, Korea, Republic of
KVARTS Thomas; Ørsted Wind Power a/s Gentofte, Denmark
LESUR Frédéric; Nexans Calais, France
LOFTI Abbas; Nexans Norway AS Halden, Norway
MOUTASSEM Wael; USi Ronkonkoma, USA
PILGRIM James; University of Southampton, United Kingdom
RIZOU Varvara; Hellenic Cables Athens, Greece
VAN ROSSUM Jos; Prysmian Group Delft, Netherlands
THYRVIN Ola; NKT HV Cables AB Lyckeby, Sweden
DE WILD Frank; DNV GL Arnhem, Netherlands

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 5: Cable Systems, Environment and Sustainable Development
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           GILLE Alain; Verbraeken Infra, Belgium
Rapporteur:         DENIZET Isabelle; General Cable, France

D6 Interaction of the Cable System with the Environment

D6.1

Application of Fluoronitrile-based alternative gas to SF6 to a High Voltage GIS cable termination
LESUR Frédéric, AIT AMAR Abdellatif; ; Nexans Calais, France
BOUKROUCHE Fahd, MIGNE Romain; ; RTE Paris La Défense, France
KIEFFEL Yannick, LARUELLE Elodie; ; GE Power Villeurbanne, France

D6.2

Recycling XLPE from cable waste
HUUVA Ramona, RIBARITS Elisabeth; Borealis AB, Stenungsund, Sweden

D6.3

Enhanced adoption of the two-zone model to implement the drying out of soil into ampacity calculation of directly buried cable systems for different types of soil
BALZER Constantin, HINRICHSEN Volker; High Voltage Laboratories, TU Darmstadt, Germany
DREFKE Christoph, SCHEDEL Markus, SASS Ingo; Geothermal Science and Technology, TU Darmstadt Darmstadt, Germany
HENTSCHEL Klaus; Bayernwerk AG Regensburg, Germany

D6.4

Fluidized and Self Compacting Backfill with High Thermal Conductivity for Underground Insulated Cables Systems
LOPES Julio, PINHEIRO Walter, ARAÚJO Simone, ALMEIDA Geraldo; TAG Inovação Tecnológica São Paulo, Brazil
ROCHA Rogerio, DE SOUZA Paulo, LEANDRO Eduardo, DIOGO Anderson; Eletropaulo Eletricidade de São Paulo, Brazil

D6.5

MV self- supported insulated cables, a reliable and ecofriendly solution for protected and forest areas
BALZA Xabier, SOLDEVILA Francesc; Prysmian Group Barcelona, Spain
GONZALEZ Josep Manel; Endesa Distribución Barcelona, Spain

D6.6

Estimation of the thermal resistivity of backfill materials using a practical approach
EBERG Espen, HVIDSTEN Sverre; SINTEF Energy Research Trondheim, Norway
RIEKSTS Karlis; NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Trondheim, Norway

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: E (Montesquieu)
Chairman:           TBD
Rapporteur:         NOTINGHER Petru; University of Montpellier, France

E6 Poster session: Materials

E6.1

Multiscale Analysis on K1 qualified cables, taken on Nuclear Power Plants, face to Thermal Ageing, Irradiation and Accidental Conditions (Loca)
BEN HASSINE Mouna;
EDF R&D Ecuelles, France
FRANCOIS Sandrine; EDF Nuclear Engineering Division lyon, France
E6.2 Investigation on the tensile strength of silicone layers with different amount of graphite filler
AGANBEGOVIC Mirnes, WERLE Peter; Institute of Electric Power Systems, Division of High Voltage Engineering and Asset Management, Schering-Institute, Leibniz Universität Hannover Hannover, Germany
E6.3 Role of holes in conduction phenomenon of Low Density Polyethylene under high fields and temperatures
UPADHYAY Avnish Kumar, REDDY Chandupatala Chakradhar; Indian Institute of Technology Ropar Rupnagar, India
E6.5 Study of inception mechanism of electrical trees from bow-tie trees
KATAKAI Shoshi, HIWATASHI Shigeo, SUZUKI Hiroshi;
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd Hitachi, Japan
SUZUKI Kozo, MASHIO Shoji; Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd Tokyo, Japan
E6.6 Manhole Monitoring via IoT and GIS
KANGKUN Watchara, TUNGDUANGDEE Paphawee;
Metropolitan Electricity Authority Bangkok, Thailand
E6.7 The Growth Retardation of Electrical Tree in XLPE under AC Voltage and Superimposed Negative Impulse Voltage
CHEN Shijia, LI Zerui, ZHOU Kai, ZHU Guangya, HUANG Yonglu;
College of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Sichuan University Chengdu, China
E6.8 Space Charge Behavior in Polyethylene under Elevating Stepwise DC Voltage Simulated DC Lamp Voltage
OGURA KOTARO, MIYAKE HIROAKI, TANAKA YASUHIRO;
Tokyo City University, Japan
E6.9 Space Charge Behaviors of PP-based Graphene Nanocomposites for HVDC Cable Insulation under Different Temperatures
SHOU Zhaohao, DU Boxue, LI Zhonglei, LI Jin, HAN Chenlei, HAN Tao, XIAO Meng; Tianjin University, China
E6.10 Suppressing Space Charge Accumulation in XLPE with Voltage Stabilizer
HAN Chenlei, DU Boxue, LI Zhonglei, HOU Zhaohao, LIU Chang, LI Jin, HAN Tao, XIAO Meng; Tianjin University, China
E6.11 Advanced cable self-repair materials for subsea and underground cables
BASU Susmit, GERMAN Ian, RHODES Rhys, STEVENS Gary, THOMAS Janet; Gnosys Global Ltd Guildford, United Kingdom
E6.12 Comparative Analysis on Partial Discharge Inception Voltage in Interfacial Void Models with Different Materials for AC XLPE Cable Joints
SON Hyeong-Wook, YOON Sung-Ho, KIM Jeong-Tae; Daejin University Pocheon, Korea, Republic of
E6.13 Effects of switching impulse voltage on electrical trees characteristics in silicone rubber
HUI Baojun, HOU Shuai, FU Mingli, ZHANG Yifan;
Electric Power Research Institute, CSG Guangzhou, China
HUANG Feng; Electric Power Research Institute of Guangxi Power Grid Co., Ltd. Nanning, China
PENG Yunshun; State Key Laboratory of Electrical Insulation & Power Equipment, Xi’an Jiaotong University Xi’an, China
E6.14 Material Property Improvement and Its Impact on Insulation DC Field Inversion
HUANG Ziyi (Uta)
; Mott MacDonald Brighton, United Kingdom
SVOMA Roman; PowerSure Technology London, United Kingdom
E6.15 Innovation in cable ageing management for nuclear safety in long-term operation of generation II and III reactors
MARQUE Gregory; EDF R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France

Reducing cost throughout the power cable network with Online Condition Monitoring using Integrated SMART-SENSING”
SINGH kuljit, MINTO Chris, GODFREY Alastair; OptaSense Ltd Farnborough, United Kingdom

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: F (Galerie Le Nôtre)
Chairman:           FROHNE Christian; Nexans, Germany
Rapporteur:         HAERING Dominik; Südkabel GmbH, Germany

F6 Poster Session: Cable System

F6.1

Operating Extruded Distribution Cable Systems at Elevating Temperatures
RICHARDSON Brent
; Dow Chemical Midland, USA
WEN SHU Essay , HARTLEIN Rick, HAMPTON Nigel; NEETRAC Atlanta, USA
HAWIG Yushin; Southwire Villa Rica, USA
SMALLEY Michael; WEC Energy Group Milwaukee, USA

F6.2 Quality Checks on LV and MV cables as an act of Supplier Quality Management
SOEPBOER Piet
; Enexis Netbeheer BV ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
SIMAL Robin, HENNUY Blandine; ENGIE-Laborelec Linkebeek, Belgium
F6.3 Manhole Monitoring via IoT and GIS
KANGKUN Watchara, TUNGDUANGDEE Paphawee;
Metropolitan Electricity Authority Bangkok, Thailand
F6.4 Reducing cost throughout the power cable network with Online Condition Monitoring using Integrated SMART-SENSING”
SINGH kuljit, MINTO Chris, GODFREY Alastair
; OptaSense Ltd Farnborough, United Kingdom
F6.5 Application of Modelling to confirm 3c AC Subsea Cable armour losses
SVOMA Roman
; PowerSure Technology Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 7PS, United Kingdom
FAHMI Nagi; Aston University Birmingham, B4 7ET, United Kingdom
F6.6 Development and testing of XLPE-insulated medium-voltage cables with sector-shaped conductors in Russia
KAMENSKIY Mikhail, SLIVOV Alexey, SHUVALOV Mikhail; JSC “VNIIKP” Moscow, Russian Federation
F6.7 Influence of communication towards running MEA underground project and communication cable arrangement in Thailand.
JULLASAK Kittisak; Metropolitan Electricity Authotiry Bangkok, Thailand
F6.8 Simulation Study on DC Electric Field of HVDC MI-PPLP Cable – Part I: Modeling and Electric Field Properties
HWANG Jae-Sang, JUNG Chae-Kyun; KEPCO Research Institute Daejeon, Korea, Republic of
KWON Ik-Soo, LEE Bang-Wook; Hanyang University Ansan, Korea, Republic of
KIM Sung-Won, PARK Jin-Woo; KEPCO Naju, Korea, Republic of
F6.9 Subsea pipeline resistive heating. Feedback from the qualification history of heating wires.
GEERTSEN christian, SALQUE geraldine, CRUANES Ignacio, SAINZ Alejandro; ITP InTerPipe Louveciennes, France
F6.10 Study on the Mechanism of Buffer Layer Ablation on High Voltage XLPE Insulated Cable with Corrugated Aluminum Sheath structure
JIANG Lei, ZHAO Xiyuan, YAN Wenbo, XIN Yue, GAO Jinghui, ZHONG Lisheng
; Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
WU Changshun, YANG Juanjuan; Shanghai Intelligent Service and Technology Co, Ltd Shang Hai, China
F6.11 Optimal Design of HV Underground XLPE Power Cables
AIIAT Majdi
; Dubai Electricity and Water authority Dubai, UAE
AMOURA Fathi k; Yarmouk University Irbid, Jordan
F6.12 Dynamic and Fatigue Analysis of Dynamic Cable (Riser Cable) for FOWT -Fukushima FORWARD Project-
KAGOURA Toru, SASAKI Takahiro; Furukawa Electric Co, Ltd, Ichihara, Japan
FUJII Shigeru, SAKAKIBAR Hiroyuki; Furukawa Electric Co, Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
F6.13 How coordinated, collaborative engagement with industry, regulators and stakeholders can help achieve the aims of promoting safety and protection of cables.
MCCALL Rachel; European Subsea Cable Association London, United Kingdom
ZYMELKA Tony; European Subsea Cable Association London, United States Minor Outlying Islands
F6.14 Development of VSC DC 320 kV XLPE cable system
LEE Soobong, JUNG Euihwan, HONG Sungpyo, CHO Dongsik, SON siho, LEE Inho; LS Cable & System Gumi-si, Korea, Republic of
F6.15 Challenges and solutions for power cables with low smoke halogen free polymers requirements and reaction to fire performance
SCHRÖDER Gero, NISHABURI Afsaneh, FENSKE Dietmar, KAUMANNS Johannes, HÄRING Dominik; ; Südkabel GmbH, Mannheim, Germany

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 9: Submarine Cable Systems (AC & DC)
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           SVOMA Roman; PowerSure Technology, UK
Rapporteur:         GIFFARD Philippe; SYCABEL, France

A7 Submarine cables installation

A7.1

Installation engineering of the export cable for offshore wind farm connections
GUSTAFSSON Ola, JOHANNESSON Kenneth, CRONHOLM Kent; ; NKT HV Cables AB Karlskrona, Sweden

A7.2

Madeira-Porto Santo very high water depth submarine cable feasibility study
COTRIM Josè, NETO Miguel;EEM Funchal-Madeira, Portugal
MEREGALLI Sergio, CRIPPA Alessandro;CESI Milan, Italy

A7.3

Long Pull- Ins of Submarine cables in Harsh environments
OLSEN Elise, JORDAL Lars; Nexans Norway AS Halden, Norway
BAKKE Joachim; Nexans Norway AS Oslo, Norway

A7.4

Siemens Gamesa Cable in Pipe Concept. Turbine technology Challenge: Engineering the next generations of turbines grid access. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy© All Rights Reserved 2018
SOERENSEN Johnny; SGRE Brande, Denmark

A7.5

Method of optimizing cable route based on marine environmental conditions
TANAKA Miku, MAYAMA Shuuji; Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Osaka, Japan
OGURA Yu, BABA Junpei; The University of Tokyo, Japan

A7.6

Fatigue- Creep in conductors and armouring as constraint for allowable installation depth
JOHANSON Audun; Nexans Norway Oslo, Norway
ADEBAYO Adedayo; Nexans Norway Halden, Norway
ALVARO Antonio; Sintef Industry Trondheim, Norway

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 1: Materials, New Materials and Ageing Assessment in AC and DC
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           ISUS FEU Daniel; General Cable, Spain
Rapporteur:         CHRETIEN Antoine; RTE, France

B7 Ageing and lifetime (B)

B7.1

Thermal-electrical aging of selected polymeric LVAC cables under DC voltage stress
FUCHS Karsten, BERGER Frank; ; Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany
EGE Guido, KOERNER Werner; ; U.I. Lapp GmbH Stuttgart, Germany

B7.2

Phased propagation characteristics of water trees in XLPE cables during the accelerated water tree aging experiment
LI Kangle, ZHOU Kai;Sichuan University Chengdu, China

B7.3

Influence of Thermal Ageing on Water Sorption in EPDM Rubbers
LACUVE Maxime, COLIN Xavier; PIMM Paris, France
TOURCHER Christophe, RESMOND Adrien, BEN HASSINE Mouna; EDF R&D Moret-sur-Loing, France
FLANDIN Lionel; LEPMI Chambéry, France
NOTINGHER Petru; IES Montpellier, France
TANZEGHTI Houssam; Enedis Paris La Défense, France

B7.4

Assessment of the impact of the electrical stress on the ageing for a HVDC model cable
CÈNES Julien, TEYSSEDRE Gilbert, LE ROY Séverine, BERQUEZ Laurent; LAPLACE Toulouse, France
HONDÂA Pierre; RTE Paris – La Défense, France
ERIKSSON Virginie, BAILLEUL Marc, LOYENS Wendy; Borealis AB,  Stenungsund, Sweden
MOREAU Christophe; EDF R&D Moret-sur-Loing, France

B7.5

Estimation of chemical changes of thermally aged XLPE cable insulator
MISAKA Hideki, TAKAHASHI Tohishiro; Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry Yokosuka, Japan

B7.6

Comparison of Electrical Tree Aging in HVAC and HVDC Cable Insulation
ZHANG Ling, ZHANG Yunxiao, ZHOU Yuanxiang; State Key Laboratory of Control and Simulation of Power System and Generation Equipment,Department of Electrical Engineering, Tsinghua University Beijing, China

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 2: Cables and Accessories – design and modelling
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           MOUTASSEM Wael; USi, USA
Rapporteur:         GODARD Alexandre; RTE, France

C7 Cable rating (armor losses and dynamic effects)

C7.1

Dynamic Current Rating – Thermal Transient Response
OLSEN Espen, BRYNEM Frode; Nexans Norway AS Halden, Norway
HATLO Marius; Unitech Power Systems AS Oslo, Norway

C7.2

DC Cable Thermoelectrical Rating Design
HUANG Ziyi (Uta), SALVATORE Marco, BENTON Kenneth;Mott MacDonald Brighton, United Kingdom

C7.3

Endowing a configurable and computationally light underground cable temperature prediction algorithm with real-time rating capabilities.
MILLAR John, LEHTONEN Matti; Aalto University Espoo, Finland

C7.4

Modelling of armour losses in 3D validated by measurements
WILLÉN Dag, THIDEMANN Carsten; NKT Group A/S Brøndby, Denmark
THYRVIN Ola; NKT HV Cables AB Karlskrona, Sweden
WINKEL Daniel, ZERMENO Victor M. R.; NKT Gmbh & Co. KG Cologne, Germany

C7.5

An electrical method for measuring the complex magnetic permeability of round steel wires
ABKEN Karl-Ludwig; Prysmian Group Nordenham, Germany
COLLA Luigi; Prysmian Group Milan, Italy
TIMMERBERG Josef; Jade-Hochschule Wilhelmshaven, Germany

C7.6

Parametric analysis of three-core submarine power cables by means of simplified 3D FEM simulations
DEL-PINO-LÓPEZ Juan Carlos, CRUZ-ROMERO Pedro; Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30

Topic 5: Cable Systems, Environment and Sustainable Development
Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           ZHONG Lisheng; Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Rapporteur:         SARTIEAUX Anne-Catherine; Nexans, Belgium

D7 System Considerations for Sustainability

D7.1

Special Communication (25 minutes allocated time) – Eco Design in Power Cables – a Case Study
KOLTUNOWICZ Tomasz, MIDDEL Frank, VAN ROSSUM Jos, TSEKMES Alex; Prysmian Group Delft, Netherlands
BAREGGI Alberto; Prysmian Group Milan, Italy

D7.2

Qualification of a fully dry 225 kV cable system from outdoor terminations to GIS & transformer terminations
MIREBEAU Pierre, AIT AMAR Abdellatif;Nexans Calais, France
GAHUNGU Francois;FGC Maubeuge, France
STREIT Pascal;Bouygues E&S EnerTrans SA Prilly, Switzerland

D7.3

Behavior of Cable Systems under Large Disturbances
ORTON Harry; OCEI International Vancouver, Canada
CHERUKUPALLI Sudhakar; BC Hydro Burnaby, Canada
WEN Yingli; Consolidated Edison of New York, USA
TOP Abdou-Karim; Prysmian Cables Paris, France
JOYCE Richard; TransPower Christchurch, New Zealand
BERGAMO Giuilia; CESI Milan, Italy
KRISTIANDOTTIR Unnur; Landsnet Reyjavik, Iceland
JOHNSON Dennis; Power Engineers Kansas, USA
MAXIMO Juan; CMSA Mexico City, Mexico
EIDINGER John; Eidinger and Associates San Francisco, USA
OKAMURA Daisuke; Kansai Electric Osaka, Japan
XIE Quang; Tongji University Shanghai, China
WHEATLAND Russel; Ausnet Canberra, Australia

D7.4

Long Term Temperature Measurements Compared with Transient Calculation acc. to IEC 60853-2
WERLE Volker, PLEWE Rouven, FREITAG Christian; TenneT TSO GmbH Bayreuth, Germany
RATHKE Christian, KUMBARTZKY Guido; TenneT TSO GmbH Lehrte, Germany

D7.5

Prospects for HVDC links in electricity network of Vietnam
VU Thi Thu Nga, ANH Tùng Trần, TRẦN Thanh Sơn; Electrical Engineering Department, Electric Power University Hanoi, Vietnam
NGUYEN Xuan Truong; Energy Department, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi Hanoi, Vietnam
TEYSSEDRE Gilbert, LE ROY Séverine; Laplace, University of Toulouse and CNRS Toulouse, France RAJOUTE
NGUYEN Quang Vinh; Vietnam Electricity Hanoi, Vietnam

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: E (Montesquieu)
Chairman:           BALZA Xabier; Prysmian, Spain
Rapporteur:         SERI Paolo; University of Bologna, Italy

E7 Diagnosis, Monitoring, Testing Methods

E7.1

Termination Failure of different Substations in National Grid SA and the effect of solution applied
ALMALKI Abdullah; National Grid SA – Saudi Electricity Company Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

E7.2

The Development and Application of Intelligent Self-driving Underground-monitoring System in tunnel.
YOON Jong Keon, KIM Du Jin, KOO Dong Cheol, CHOI Sung Won, PARK Jae Yong; KEPCO(Korea Electric Power Corporation) Seoul, Korea, Republic of

E7.3

Study on Water Tree Degradation Diagnosis for Dry-cured and Extruded Three-layer 6.6 kV XLPE Cables with Penetrated Water Tree
KURIHARA Takashi; Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry Yokosuka, Japan
SATO Tomoyuki, KABASAWA Yuichiro, NAGASHIMA Tomohiro; Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. Sendai, Japan

E7.4

A Space Charge MeasurementMethod of XLPE Based on Polarization and Depolarization Current
LI Mingzhi, ZHOU Kai, ZHANG Fuzhong, HUANG Kerong, RAO Xianjie; Electrical Engineering and Information Technology College of Sichuan University Chengdu, China

E7.5

On-site Application of the VHF Partial Discharge Detection Method for the Underground Power Cable Terminations
KIM Jae seung, KANG Yu Won, KIM Jong Chae, KANG Shin Sub, HONG Minseok, KANG Duil; KEPCO Naju, Korea, Republic of
JOH Gye Hyun, LIM Jae Seop; KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corporation), Daejeon, Korea, Republic of

E7.6

Development of distributed partial discharge detection system for commissioning test of 500 kV cable
MO Wenxiong, HUANG Bo, WANG Yong, FAN Weinan, ZHU Lu, DU Gang, LI Hanru; Guangzhou power supply company Guangzhou, China

E7.7

Research on development and application of 250 kV oscillating wave test system for XLPE cable
DU Gang, FAN Weinan, WANG Yong, LI Guangmao, HUANG Bai, LAI liyong, WU Guopei; Guangzhou power supply company Guangzhou, China

E7.8

Discovery of New Degradation Mechanism of Self-contained Fluid-filled Cables (SCFF or SCOF) and Development of Diagnostic Technology
AIHARA Yasuhiko, NAKAMURA Takeshi; TEPCO Holdings, Inc. Tokyo, Japan
NAKADE Masahiko, SUGIMOTO Shu, HANEDA Jyunya, NAGAHARA Shigeki; Tokyo Densetsu Service Co.,Ltd, Japan
MATSUI Takeo, IWASAKI Kimihiro, MASHIMO Nobuhiro, GOTO Yo; TEPCO Power Grid, Inc. Tokyo, Japan

E7.9

Estimation of Cable Model to Improve Fault Localization Using Frequency Domain Analysis
SEIFI sahand, WERLE Peter; Leibniz Universität Hannover, Institute of Electric Power Systems, Division of High Voltage Engineering and Asset Management, Schering-Institute Hannover, Germany
JNOROUZI Younes, FROHNE Christian; Nexans Deutschland GmbH Hannover, Germany
MOHSENI Hossein, SHAYEGANI AKMAL Amir Abbas; University of Tehran, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, High Voltage Institute of University of Tehran Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

E7.10

Effect of air density factors on performance of EHV cable terminations during lightning transients
K.P Meena, THIRUMURTHY Thirumurthy, R Arunjothi.; Central Power Research Institute Bangalore, India

E7.11

Standardisation of sample preparation for mechanical tests on cable Insulation and sheathing materials
P.V Satheeshkumar, G.K. Raja, K.P. Meena; Central Power Research Institute Bangalore, India

E7.13

Interface Polarization Characteristics of Water Tree Aged Cables Based on Polarization and Depolarization Current Methods
CHEN Zelong, ZHOU Kai, ZHANG Fuzhong, HUANG Kerong, ZHU Guangya; College of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Sichuan University Chengdu, China

 

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30

Tuesday June 25th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: F (Galerie Le Nôtre)
Chairman:           Bascom III Earle C. (Rusty); Electrical Consulting Engineers, P.C., US (to be confirmed)
Rapporteur:         LAGOMARSINI Clara; Nexans, France

F7 Cables and Accessories; Emerging Technologies

F7.1

Evolution of MV Extruded Cable Designs Used in the US from 1996 to 2014
WEN SHU Essay, HAMPTON Nigel; NEETRAC Atlanta, USA

F7.2

Increased accuracy of transient, cyclic and emergency rating calculations compared with the standard IEC method
PATRICK Jayson; Electrotechnik Pty Ltd Sydney, Australia
FERNANDEZ Edstan; Macquarie University Sydney, Australia

F7.3

Thermal analysis of 3-core SL-type cables with jacket around each core using the IEC standard
RAMIREZ Leon Dario, KAMARA Wouleye; EATON Saint Bruno, Canada
ANDERS George; Lodz University of Technology, Poland

F7.6

How Cables Fail – Debunking the Myths and Reinforcing the Fundamentals to Ensure Long Cable Life
HUMMEL Rene; IMCORP Berlin, Germany
LANZ Ben, BYRNE Darren, SZATKOWSKI Andy; IMCORP Manchester, CT, USA
WALLACE Michael; Duke Energy Raleigh, USA

F7.7

New Generation of Accessories for EHVDC extruded power transmission applications
BOFFI Paolo, MAMMERI Mohamed, POZZATI Giovanni, POGLIANI Stefano, CAIMI Luigi, IADANZA Andrea, GIANNINI Simone, ORIGO Graziella; Prysmian spa Milan, Italy

F7.8

Ampacity calculation of multi-system cable crossings at 40 MVA frequency converter station Mendrisio
AEGERTER Damian; Braavos GmbH Stetten, Switzerland
MEIER Stephan; Emetor AB Västerås, Sweden

F7.9

Dynamic Line Rating – Evaluation of Potential during Planning
OLSEN Rasmus, MORTENSEN Poul; Energinet Transmission Fredericia, Denmark

F7.10

Pure Mathematical DLR Model for Implementation in Embedded IT Systems – Model Development and Accuracy
OLSEN Rasmus, SARTO Tommaso, MEYBODI Soroush; Energinet Fredericia, Denmark

F7.11

The Basic Engineering for Overhead Insulated Transmission Line
ALMEIDA Geraldo; Techsys Santo Andre (SP), Brazil

F7.12

A study of field enhancement from semiconductive protrusions in power cables
NILSSON Ulf; Borealis AB Stenungsund, Sweden

F7.13

Cable Degassing, Strand Filling Mastic and Cable Defects
HUMMEL Rene; IMCORP Berlin, Germany
LANZ Ben; IMCORP Manchester, USA
SMALLEY Michael; WEC Energy Group Milwaukee, USA

F7.14

Tensile Test and Finite Element Analysis of Flat Steel Wire Armoured Submarine Fiber Optic Composite Power Cable
WANG Wenchao, ZHANG Jianmin, ZHAO Youlin, CHEN Jie, HU Ming, XUE Jianling, YE Cheng; Zhongtian Technology Submarine Cable Co., Ltd. Nantong, China

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 8: DC Cable Systems: LV, MV, HV and EHV
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           TANAKA Hideo; Furukawa Electric, Japan
Rapporteur:         REMY Christian; Prysmian, France

A8 Development and testing of DC cable systems

A8.1

Influence of Polarization on Charge Transportation in a Cable Geometry
SUN Yunlong, LI Zhonghua, GUO Wenmin, HAN Yongsen; Harbin University of Science and Technology, China

A8.2

Recommendation of Pre-qualification Test for the DC 500 kV MI PPLP cable
PARK Jin-woo, KIM Sang-jun, LEE Jung-won, KIM Kyung-oh, KIM Seong-weon; Korea Electric Power Corporation Naju, Korea, Republic of
JUNG Chae Kyun; EPCO Research Institute Daejeon, Korea, Republic of

A8.3

Twenty years of extruded HVDC cables from a material supplier’s perspective
NILSSON Ulf, ENGLUND Villgot, LOYENS Wendy; Borealis AB Stenungsund, Sweden

A8.4

Application of extruded MVAC cables for DC Power Transmission
BUCHNER Anton, SCHICHLER Uwe; Institute of High Voltage Engineering and System Performance Graz, Austria

A8.5

Follow up of electric field distortion in HVDC cable during a Pre-Qualification test using the Pulse ElectroAcoustic technique and the Thermal Step Method
BOYER Ludovic; SuperGrid Institute Villeurbanne, France
MIREBEAU Pierre; Nexans Calais, France
TZIMAS Antonios, VERSHININ Konstantin; GE Stafford, United Kingdom
CASTELLON Jérôme, NOTINGHER Petru; Institut d’Electronique et des Systèmes, Université Montpellier 2 Montpellier, France

A8.6

Development and set-up of a non-intrusive technique for measuring space charges in specimens of DC cables
JEBLI Mourad, BOYER Ludovic; SuperGrid Institute Villeurbanne, France
MARTIRE Thierry, LAURENTIE Jean-Charles, CASTELLON Jérôme, NOTINGHER Petru; Université de Montpellier/CNRS, France

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 7: HV and EHV AC Cable Systems
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           PILGRIM James; Univ. Southampton, UK
Rapporteur:         BARATON Philippe; EDF R&D / ERDF, France

B8 Modelling of HV and EHV cable systems

B8.1

3D FEM analysis of armour loss in three core submarine cables
MATSUMOTO Yuki, YONEYA KazuhiroFurukawa Electric Co, Ltd Ota-ku, Japan
HIRAYAMA Yosuke; Furukawa Electric Co, Ltd Yokohama, Japan
MARUYAMA Satoru; Furukawa Electric Co, Ltd Ichihara, Japan

B8.2

Impact of Laying Conditions on Temperature Distribution in HVDC Cables Based on Numerical Simulations
FROBIN Saskia Josefine, JENAU Frank; TU Dortmund University, Germany

B8.3

Heat dissipater to improve power transfer capability of underground power cable multiple circuits
AIIAT Majdi, ISMAIL Ahmed; Dubai Electricity and Water authority Dubai, UAE

B8.4

Simulation study on VFTO in EHV cable-GIS system
ZHU Lu, WANG Yong, FAN Weinan, MO Wenxiong, ZHANG Yaru, LAI Liyong, TAO Xu; Guangzhou power supply company Guangzhou, China

B8.5

Numerical analysis of methane degassing from an XLPE insulated EHV cable: role of cable conductor
YOUN Dong Joon, LI Jingfa, SUN Shuyu; King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
SUN Yabin; Dow Chemical (China) Invest. Co. Ltd., Shanghai, China
KJELLQVIST Jerker, VAN DUN Jozef; Dow Europe GmbH Horgen, Switzerland

B8.6

Transient overvoltage distribution in sectionalized screens of HV joints
KHAMLICHI Abderrahim, GARNACHO Fernando; FFII-LCOE Madrid, Spain
DENCHE Gregorio; REE Madrid, Spain
BALZA Xabier; General Cable Barcelona, Spain

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 2: Cables and Accessories – design and modelling
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           SALES Lluis; Prysmian, Spain
Rapporteur:         LAURE Emmanuelle; RTE, France

C8 Dynamic cables and mechanical design

C8.1

Full Scale Fatigue Test on Dynamic Submarine Power Cable
PAN Pan, SHAO Pengjin, TAN Ailing; Zhongtian Technology Submarine Cable Co.,Ltd.,  Nantong, China
XIE Shuhong; Zhongtian Technology Group Co., Ltd. Nantong, China

C8.3

A new method for assessing dynamic cables capability to withstand operational constraints
MAISON Antoine, DAMBLANS Guillaume, BERHAULT Christian; France Energies Marines Plouzané, France
FRANCHET Maud; EDF Moret-sur-Loing, France
DEMMOUCHE Younes; ENSTA Bretagne Brest, France
CARTRAUD Patrice, MENARD Fabien, SOULARD Thomas; Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France
LUPI Cyril, SCHOEFS Franck; Université de Nantes, France

C8.4

Large HVAC export cables under tensile loading
TJAHJANTO Denny; ABB AB, Corporate Research Västerås, Sweden
TYRBERG Andreas; NKT HV Cables AB Karlskrona, Sweden
KLUTHE Arne; NKT GmbH&Co. KG Cologne, Germany

C8.5

Load and fatigue evaluation for 66 kV Floating Offshore Wind submarine dynamic power cable
THIES Philipp; University of Exeter Penryn, USA
GRIVAS Konstantinos, GEORGALLIS Georgios; Fulgor AS Athens, Greece
TASTAVRIDIS Konstantinos; Fulgor AS Penryn, United Kingdom
JOHANNING Lars; University of Exeter Penryn, United Kingdom

C8.6

A new time-domain model-based diagnosis method for assessing the offshore floating turbine dynamic cable state of health
SCHAEFFER Emmanuel; IREENA, Université de Nantes, France
MATINE Abdelghani; IFSTTAR (The French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks), Nantes, France
SOULARD Thomas; SEMREV, Ecole Centrale de Nantes Nantes, France

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 11: Asset Management of cable systems all along their life cycle
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           SMIT Jacco; TenneT, The Netherlands
Rapporteur:         DURCIK Elie; EDF, France

D8 Risk Assessment and management of cable systems

D8.1

Risk management in the presence of partial discharges in HV joints by means of periodic monitoring
BALZA Xabier; Prysmian Group Barcelona, Spain

D8.2

Challenges of cable engineering from offshore to onshore and project to operation
ZHANG Dr. Roland Dongping, FREITAG Dr. Christian, STAGGE Dr. Hanno; TenneT TSO GmbH Bayreuth, Germany

D8.3

Quality Control of HVDC Cables – The next industry challenge
JEROENSE Marc; MJ MarCable Consulting AB Karlskrona, Sweden

D8.4

Enhanced Overvoltage Protection for Reliability Beyond the First Decade
HUMMEL Rene; IMCORP Berlin, Germany
LANZ Ben, KRESO John; IMCORP Manchester, CT, USA
WALLACE Michael; Duke Energy Raleigh, USA

D8.5

European Subsea Cable Association: providing technical advice to manage the life cycle of subsea cables
DREWS Anja, MCCALL Rachel, ZYMELKA Antony; European Subsea Cable Association Guisborough, United Kingdom

D8.6

Application of a Combined Technical Approach for Medium Voltage Cable Aging Management at South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company
KHONDKER Raihan; South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company Bay City, USA
BANERJEE Sarajit, EASTERLING Rick, ROUISON David; Kinectrics Inc. Toronto, Canada

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 09:00 – 10:30 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           ZHAO Tiebin (Tom); EPRI – Electrical Power Research Institute, USA
Rapporteur:         FABRE Mathilde; RTE, France

E8 Simulation and maintenance

E8.1

Simulations on Impedance Spectroscopy for Cables of Various Aging Statuses and with Local Defect
YI Huajie, ZHOU Chengke; Glasgow Caledonian University Glasgow, United Kingdom

E8.2

Onsite Partial Discharge Measurement on Power Cables-Issues: Noise elimination using modified wavelet transform and validation through laboratory case studies
BURJUPATI NAGESHWAR RAO; CENTRAL POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE BANGALORE, India

E8.3

DGA (Dissolved Gas Analysis) Value in Detecting and Locating Potential Problems in Laminar Dielectric Cable Systems
SINGH Nirmal, SINGH Sandeep, REYES Rommy; DTE Energy Detroit, USA
MARTINEZ Eduardo; Hawaiian Electric Honolulu, USA
JULIAN Elino; American Electric Power Columbus, USA
UZELAC Milan; G&W Electric Company Bolingbrook, USA
ZHAO Tiebin; EPRI Charlotte, USA

E8.4

Estimation of the residual lifetime of oil-filled cables based on the mathematical simulation of their electric insulation ageing process
OVSIENKO Vladimir, PESHKOV Izjaslav, SHUVALOV Mikhail; JSC “VNIIKP” Moscow, Russian Federation

E8.5

Online monitoring of the cross-linking process of XLPE-insulated power cables during cable production using ultrasound
BRAMMER Dr. Gregor, SCHMIDT Fabian; FGH e.V. Mannheim, Germany

E8.6

Development a numerical ageing model of nuclear power plant cable insulation
TAMUS Zoltán Ádám; Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest, Hungary

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 8: DC Cable Systems: LV, MV, HV and EHV
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           JEROENSE Marc; MJ MarCable Consulting AB, Sweden
Rapporteur:         PAILLER Benjamin; RTE, France

A9 Qualification of HV DC cable systems

A9.1

Investigation and Qualification of ±320 kV HVDC cable systems for VSC and LCC applications
HÄRING Dominik, SCHRÖDER Gero, KAUMANNS Johannes; Südkabel GmbH Mannheim, Germany

A9.2

PQ Test of Extruded HVDC 525 kV-Underground Cables: Results and Conclusion
POEHLER Stephan, MARTIN Florian; TenneT TSO GmbH Bayreuth, Germany
BRAUN Armin, BRUEGGMANN Jan; Amprion GmbH Dortmund, Germany
SCHRANK Thorsten, KRAUSE Marcel; 50Hertz Transmission GmbH Berlin, Germany
SENER Olaf, EXL Florian; TransnetBW GmbH Stuttgart, Germany
KLEIN Thomas; Strescon GmbH Esslingen, Germany

A9.3

Qualification of 400 and 525 kV HVDC XLPE cable systems including a multitude of accessory configurations
FRISK Nils-Bertil, DOEDENS Espen; Nexans Halden, Norway
EYSSAUTIER Quentin, LESUR Frederic; Nexans Calais, France
FROHNE Christian; Nexans Hannover, Germany

A9.4

Performance evaluation of 525 kV and 640 kV extruded cable systems
ABBASI Amirhossein, HOANG Anh, BERGELIN Pehr, ERIKSSON Erik; NKT HV Cables AB Karlskrona, Sweden

A9.5

Development of 350 kV and 525 kV HVDC extruded cable system
NAOTO Shigemori, MASASHI Yagi, TAKAHISA Tabuchi; Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd, Ichihara, Japan
HIROKI Mori; Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd, Haneda, Japan

A9.6

270 kV DC Extruded Land Cable Systems for LCC Power Transmission
MAMMERI Mohamed, PAUPARDIN Marie-Laure, GENESTE Mathieu, DHUICQ Bernard; Prysmian Montereau, France

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 9: Submarine Cable Systems (AC & DC)
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           STØLAN Ronny; Nexans Norway AS, Norway
Rapporteur:         JOUBERT Vincent; General Cable (Silec Cable), France

B9 Submarine cables current rating

B9.1

Accurate measurement of losses in three core armoured cables
PILGRIM James, GODDARD Kevin; University of Southampton, United Kingdom

B9.2

Analysis of an array of wires in a low-frequency time-harmonic magnetic field
GIUSSANI Luca, DE FALCO Carlo, DI RIENZO Luca; Politecnico di Milano Milan, Italy
BECHIS Massimo; Prysmian S.p.A. Milan, Italy

B9.3

Research on the Methods of Improving the Ampacity of High Voltage Single-ore Submarine Cable
WANG Liyuan, ZHAO Youlin, ZHANG Jianmin, HU Ming, XUE Jianlin; Zhongtian Technology Submarine Cable Co., Ltd. Nantong, China
XIE Shuhong; Zhongtian Technology Group Co., Ltd. Nantong, China

B9.4

Electrothermal response of offshore wind turbine dynamic power cables in presence of biofouling
MATINE Abdelghani; IFSTTAR (The French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks), Nantes, France Nantes, France
SCHAEFFER Emmanuel; IREENA, Université de Nantes, France
BONNARD Charles-Henri; SATIE, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Rennes Rennes, France

B9.5

Towards optimum construction of HV AC cables
MAIOLI Paolo, BECHIS Massimo; Prysmian spa, Milan, Italy
COLLA Luigi; Prysmian Powerlink Milan, Italy

B9.6

Seabed soil controls on the design and lifetime performance of marine HV cables
DIX Justin, PILGRIM James, CALLENDER George, ELLIS Daniel; University of Southampton, United Kingdom

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 2: Cables and Accessories – design and modelling
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           UZELAC Milan; G&W Electric, USA
Rapporteur:         SALAME Basil; Nexans, France

C9 Development of Accessories

C9.1

Heat shrinkable termination for filter and VLF test cables up to 200 kV
EIGNER Alexander, RADHAKRISHNAN Snehalatha; Tyco Electronics Raychem GmbH Ottobrunn, Germany

C9.2

Analysis and testing of internal arc phenomena in gas insulated outdoor HVDC cable termination up to ± 640 kV
KARMOKAR Tanumay, FÄLTH Fredrik; NKT HV Cables AB Karlskrona, Sweden
ADITYA Julian; DNV GL B.V. Arnhem, Netherlands

C9.3

Resin and LV underground accessories
MENDES Ghislain, JEANNEAU Damien; SICAME SAS Pompadour, France
KUHNE Axel; HOEHNE Kaltenkirchen , Germany

C9.4

Technical evolution of high power VHV systems 2500 mm² aluminium screwed connectors according to IEC 61238 and safety of 420 kV AC oil filled terminations
AIT AMAR Abdellatif; NEXANS Calais, France
GENIN Guillaume; Nexans Cortaillod, France
STAUCH Gert; Nexans Hof, Germany

C9.5

Development of Augmented Reality (AR) application for Cable Terminations and Joints
JOVANOVIC Ivan; G&W Electric Company Bolingbrook, USA

C9.6

Qualification of a 220 kV transition joint to connect MI pipe-type cable with extruded single-core cables
AIT AMAR Abdellatif; Nexans Calais, France
AUE Volker; Nexans Hannover, Germany
MIREBEAU Pierre; Nexans Courbevoie, France
SALOMON Violaine; RTE Paris La Défense, France

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 11: Asset Management of cable systems all along their life cycle
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           ZHANG Roland Dongping; TenneT TSO GmbH, Germany
Rapporteur:         CHARVET Jean; RTE, France

D9 Maintenance of cable systems

D9.1

Condition Assessment of Aged Medium Voltage Network Cables
WHEATLAND Russell; AusNet Services Melbourne, Australia
LEE Dong Chur; Select Solutions a Division of AusNet Services Melbourne, Australia

D9.2

O&M and design challenges of floating wind farm power cables
CHARVET Jean, LAURE Emmanuelle; RTE Paris La Défense, France

D9.3

Safe and non-destructive Verification of Absence of Voltage (VAT) prior to maintenance works on long cable lengths
MIREBEAU Pierre; NEXANS CALAIS, France
DHUICQ Bernard; Prysmian Group MONTEREAU, France
TACHÉ Clément; Prysmian Group SENS, France
ROUET Francis; SYCABEL Paris, France
SCHERRER Bruno; FAMECA Rixheim, France

D9.4

Towards Active Cable Reburial Monitoring using Distributed Acoustic Sensing over 40km
ROGERS Rosalie, ERDMANN Matthias, LEES Gareth; AP Sensing Basingstoke, United Kingdom
STEFFANSEN Simon, OLSEN Rasmus; Energinet Erritsø, Denmark

D9.5

Multiple location of Oil Leaks in fflp Type Cables by Bidirectional Hydraulic Bridge.
ALMEIDA GERALDO; Techsys Santo Andre (SP), Brazil

D9.6

Design and Installation Planning of Sumatera – Bangka Submarine Cable Line by using RAMS Method
SILALAHI Zivion, NUGRAHA Herry; Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) Jakarta, Indonesia
SINISUKA NgapuliSchool of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Bandung Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00

Topic 4: Diagnosis, Monitoring, Remaining Life Estimation
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 11:00 – 12:30 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           FABIANI Davide; DEI – University of Bologna, Italy
Rapporteur:         BEN HASSINE Mouna; EDF R&D, France

E9 Nuclear and LV cables diagnostic and remaining life evaluation

E9.1

Ageing assessment of XLPE LV cables used in nuclear power plants
SURACI Simone Vincenzo, LI Chuangyang, FABIANI Davide; Department of Electrical Engineering (DEI) University of Bologna, Italy
XU Anne, ROLAND Sébastien, COLIN Xavier; PIMM (UMR CNRS 8006), Arts et Métiers ParisTech Paris, France

E9.2

Thermal and Water-tree Aging Status Diagnosis of Cable in NPP Using Polarization/Depolarization Current Method
ZHOU Kai, YIN You, LIN Siyan, LI Shiyu, LI Mingzhi; College of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Sichuan University Chengdu, China

E9.3

Monitoring Vibrational Fault of I&C Cables in Nuclear Power Plants via Time-Frequency Domain Reflectometry
LEE Hyeong Min, LEE Chun-Kwon, SHIN Yong-June; Yonsei University Seoul, Korea, Republic of

E9.4

Low Frequency Dielectric Spectroscopy as a condition monitoring technique for low voltage cable in nuclear plants
BANERJEE Sarajit, ROUISON David; Kinectrics Inc. Toronto, Canada
MANTEY Andrew; EPRI Charlotte, USA

E9.5

Condition monitoring of thermally aged low voltage cables with polarization-depolarization current testing
BANERJEE Sarajit, ROUISON David; Kinectrics Inc Toronto, Canada
MANTEY Andrew; EPRI Charlotte, USA

E9.6

Low-voltage cable systems: aluminium conductor corrosion and online monitoring
VAN DEURSEN Armand, WOUTERS Peter; Eindhoven University of Technology Eindhoven, Netherlands
VAN DER WIELEN Peter, STEENNIS Fred; DNV GL Arnhem, Netherlands

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 3: Testing Methods: Electrical and non Electrical
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: A (Richelieu)

Chairman:           PLATH Ronald; Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
Rapporteur:         DUMONT Adrian; Prysmian, France

A10 Testing for DC cables

A10.1

Superimposed voltage tests on DC cables
GAMLIN Michael, TREYER Patrick, HAMMER Urs; Haefely Test AG Basel, Switzerland

A10.2

Cost-effective and practical solutions for testing HVDC cable systems
HE Hong, SLOOT Wouter, BEVERWIJK Chris, KUIJPERS Pieter, SMEETS rene; DNV GL KEMA Laboratories Arnhem, Netherlands

A10.3

Testing experiences on extruded cable systems up to 525 kVdc in the first third party Worldwide laboratory
VERCELLOTTI Uberto; CESI Spa Milan, Italy
JAHN Heiko; FGH Engineering & Test GmbH Mannheim, Germany

A10.4

Enhancing the effectiveness of partial discharge measurements on HVDC cables by use of pulsed x-rays
ELBEN Andreas, PLATH Ronald; Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
FECHNER Tobias, LEI Xianzhang, ZHOU Minguy; GEIRI Europe GmbH Berlin, Germany

A10.5

Modular DC Test System for testing long DC Cables including a fault location system
PIETSCH Ralf, BILINSKI Enrico, HENSEL Michael, STEINER Thomas; HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH, Germany

A10.6

Safe discharge of high cable capacities under HV DC Stress
GUSTKE Ulf, STEIN Gunnar; Megger Hagenuk KMT GmbH Radeburg, Germany

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 9: Submarine Cable Systems (AC & DC)
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: B (Lulli)

Chairman:           CONSONNI Enrico; Prysmian, Italy
Rapporteur:         FRANCHET Maud; EDF R&D, France

B10 Submarine cables testing

B10.1

After Installation Testing of Inter-array Cables at Offshore Wind Farms using Damped AC Voltages
JONGEN Rogier, GULSKI Edward; onsite hv solutions ag Lucerne, Switzerland
RAKOWSKA Aleksandra, SIODLA Krzysztof; Poznan University of Technology, Poland
GAAL Hans; Visser & Smit Hanab BV Papendrecht, Netherlands

B10.2

Full Scale Wet Age Testing of XLPE Insulated Power Cables in Salt Water
FEATHERSTONE Jeremy; JDR Cable Systems Ltd Littleport, United Kingdom
NEUMANN Alex; ORE Catapult Blyth, United Kingdom

B10.3

Challenges for testing inter-array systems for large offshore wind farms
STEPHAN Uwe, COORS Peter, HENSEL Michael, PIETSCH Ralf, KALTENBORN Uwe; HIGHVOLT Prüftechnik Dresden GmbH, Germany

B10.4

Fault location on the Spain Morocco HV Submarine Cable – Improving fault distance measuring accuracy
BAWART Manfred; BAUR GmbH Sulz, Austria
GOMEZ RIVERA Ricardo, FRANCES PEREZ Alvaro; RED ELECTRICA DE ESPANA Alcobendas / Madrid, Spain
FERRERES NOS Jose Luis; MARTIN BAUR S.A. Barcelona, Spain

B10.5

Bend stiffness of submarine cables – an experimental and numerical investigation
TYRBERG Andreas, HEDLUND Johan; NKT HV Cables AB Karlskrona, Sweden
TJAHJANTO Denny, EVENBOM Marcus; ABB AB, Corporate Research Västerås, Sweden

B10.6

Wet Conditioning of High Voltage XLPE Cables in Salt Water – A Review of Ion Diffusion and Impact on Water Tree Ageing
VE Torbjørn Andersen, HØLTO Jorunn, HVIDSTEN Sverre; SINTEF Energy Research Trondheim, Norway
BENGTSSON Karl Magnus; Nexans Norway AS Oslo, Norway

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 2: Cables and Accessories – design and modelling
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: C (Condé / Pascal)

Chairman:           MAMMERI Mohammed; Prysmian, Italy
Rapporteur:         AIT AMAR Abdellatif; Nexans, France

C10 Dry type accessories

C10.1

Electro-thermal simulation methodology for HVDC cable GIS termination
TOIGO Caterina, ANDRE Aymeric, VU-CONG Thanh, GIRODET Alain, HENRIKSEN Martin; SuperGrid Institute Villeurbanne , France

C10.2

TD 145 – a unique dry prefabricated one-piece self-supporting outdoor cable-termination
SÖRQVIST Torbjörn, LUNDBLAD Anders, SVAHN Jörgen; NKT HV Cables AB Alingsås, Sweden

C10.3

Design and Qualification of 500 kV dry terminations and joints for extruded cables
JOVANOVIC Ivan; G&W Electric Company Bolingbrook, USA
WU Grand; G&W Electric Company Shanghai, China

C10.4

New generation of dry type high voltage termination
KRANZ Thomas, EIGNER Alexander; Tyco Electronics Raychem GmbH Ottobrunn, Germany

C10.5

Development of Self-supporting Dry Type Outdoor Terminations for 100 kV Extruded Underground Cable Connection in AIS Substation
MAMMERI Mohamed, TOP Abdou-Karim, AIELLO Carlo, DHUICQ Bernard; Prysmian Montereau, France

C10.6

High Voltage Dry Type Outdoor Cable Termination
DILI Sedat, SUN Guoyan, SEKULA Oldrich, NASSI Andrea; Brugg Kabel AG Brugg, Switzerland

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 11: Asset Management of cable systems all along their life cycle
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: D (Colbert)

Chairman:           PENSERINI Paul; RTE, France
Rapporteur:         CHANIOLLEAU Julia; RTE, France

D10 Management of data received from diagnostic tests and monitoring systems

D10.1

Asset Management of MV Cables using Data Driven Health Indices for Water Treeing
HAMPTON Nigel, PERKEL Josh, WILLIAMS Dean; NEETRAC Atlanta, USA

D10.2

A new algorithm to define a health index for HV and MV polymeric cables
SERI Paolo, MONTANARI Gian Carlo; Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering (DEI) at the University of Bologna Bologna, Italy
HEBNER Robert; Center for Electromechanics (CEM) of the Texas University at Austin Austin, USA

D10.3

Cable Management Optical Systems (CAMOS)
BENGOECHEA Javier; Lumiker Derio – Vizcaya, Spain
SARTO Tommaso; Energinet Copenhagen, Denmark

D10.4

Large Scale Monitoring of Extruded Cables – Review of TSO’s Needs and Options
NIELSEN Jonas, OLSEN Rasmus; Energinet Transmission Fredericia, Denmark

D10.5

Multilevel design approach for industrial distribution network optimization
LAGOMARSINI Clara, BLONBOU Franck, CHARMETANT Adrien; Nexans Lyon, France

D10.6

Big data analysis for real-time condition monitoring and prognostics of installed cables based on LIRA technology
MANET Anthony, FANTONI Paolo; Wirescan AS Trollåsen, Norway

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30

Topic 10: Emerging technologies and challenges
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30 – 16:00 – Room: E (Montesquieu)

Chairman:           YING Wang; Prysmian, China
Rapporteur:         SAUGRAIN Jean-Maxime; Nexans, France

E10 Emerging Technologies

E10.1

Green Installation and Method for Manufacturing Hyper Clean XLPE AC/DC Compounds
LABBE Denis; P&M Cable Consulting Geneva, Switzerland
LOVIAT François, NISING Philip; BUSS AG Pratteln, Switzerland

E10.2

Prequalification test of the complete 2000m HTS DC cable system.
SYTNIKOV Victor, KASHCHEEV Andrey, DUBININ Mikhail, KARPOV Victor, RYABIN Timofey; R&D Center of FGC UES Moscow, Russian Federation

E10.3

Listening to your cable with Artificial Intelligence for Asset Monitoring
HUNT Ryan, ROGERS Rosalie, LEES Gareth; AP Sensing UK Ltd Basingstoke, United Kingdom
OLSEN Rasmus; Energinet Transmission Erritsø, Denmark

E10.4

Time-Frequency Based Analysis of Wave Propagation Characteristics in Cooling Process of AC 154 kV HTS Cable System
LEE Geon Seok, LEE Yeong Ho, BANG Su Sik, SHIN Yong-June; Yonsei University Seoul, Korea, Republic of
HWANG Si-Dole, YANG Hyung Suk; Korea Electric Power Research Institute DAEJEON, Korea, Republic of

E10.5

Investigation of electrical and magnetic losses of a HTS-three core cable arrangement at main frequency using FEM
MANSHEIM Patrick, BACH Robert; South Westphalia University of Applied Science Soest, Germany
MICHALEK Peter; SWM Services GmbH Munich, Germany

E10.6

Demonstration of a HVDC 3.2 GVA MgB2 superconducting cable system within the Best Paths Project
LESUR Frédéric; Nexans Calais, France
BRUZEK Christian-Eric; Nexans Lens, France
MARIAN Adela; IASS Potsdam, Germany

 

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 14:30

Wednesday June 26th, 2019 – 16:30 – 18:00 – Room: A (Richelieu)
Chairman:           ORTON Harry E.; Orton Consulting Engineers International, Canada

A11 Closing Session

A11.1

Cables behaviour under large disturbances and events
(The list of presentations will be reported prior to the session)