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See detailNonlinear Aeroelastic vibrations and galloping of iced conductor lines under wind.
Shklyarchuk, Fedor; Danilin, Alexander; Lilien, Jean-Louis ULiege et al

in Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Cable Dynamics (2007, December)

galloping model for one span single conductor dead ended.

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See detailLimiting windstorm effects on tower by the « low drag » cable
Lilien, Jean-Louis ULiege; Snegovski, Dmitri; Capelle, Thierry et al

(2004, August)

Hurricane winds affect the flow around electrical conductor in a way that it may reach the critical (Drag crisis) and postcritical states. It is thus important to introduce the cable aerodynamic drag as ... [more ▼]

Hurricane winds affect the flow around electrical conductor in a way that it may reach the critical (Drag crisis) and postcritical states. It is thus important to introduce the cable aerodynamic drag as Reynolds-dependent when calculating the response of the power transmission line under hurricane. To represent the respective wind loading on cable, the turbulent, spatially non-uniform wind model is used. In order to assess the behaviour and cyclic fatigue loads under hurricane conditions of different transmission line conductors, the time response analyses were done. Results of comparative study of the smooth cable AERO-Z and classical multistrand cable, including the percentage of load reduction offered to supporting structure, are presented. [less ▲]

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See detailWake-Induced Vibration in Power Transmission Line. Parametric study
Lilien, Jean-Louis ULiege; Snegovski, Dmitri

in Flow Induced Vibration - FIV 2004 (2004, July)

The paper discusses some aspects of modeling the wake-induced vibrations of the bundle conductors in transmission lines. The wake coupling between subconductors is modeled with the modified Simpson’s ... [more ▼]

The paper discusses some aspects of modeling the wake-induced vibrations of the bundle conductors in transmission lines. The wake coupling between subconductors is modeled with the modified Simpson’s approach. In order to apply this model to the analysis of power transmission line (PTL), a modal representation of a span could be used. In present paper we study how application of Dynamic Reduction (Component Mode) technique may improve such analysis under finite-element approach. The present paper, to extent of authors’ knowledge, is the first where Component Mode method application is discussed to study the subspan oscillation. Finally, bundled conductors’ susceptibility to wake-induced vibrations is illustrated on an exemplary twin-bundle, three-subspan model. Effects of bundle parameters (initial subconductor spacing, frequency ratio, subconductor mass), and the means to account them when applying the component mode method are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailHurricane Simulation on Power Transmission Line
Lilien, Jean-Louis ULiege; Snegovski, Dmitri; Capelle, Thierry ULiege

in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Cable Dynamics (2003, September)

The hurricane winds are characterized by high speeds, at which the « drag crisis » regime of flow around cable is achievable. That is why, in the calculation of the wind-induced movement of the overhead ... [more ▼]

The hurricane winds are characterized by high speeds, at which the « drag crisis » regime of flow around cable is achievable. That is why, in the calculation of the wind-induced movement of the overhead transmission line during hurricane, it is important to represent the cable aerodynamic drag as Reynolds-dependent. In order to assess the behaviour and fatigue resistance of the transmission line conductor under hurricane conditions, the Reynolds-dependent drag coefficient was introduced in the SAMCEF Mecano finite-element software. To represent the hurricane wind loading, the turbulent, spatially non-uniform wind model was used. Results of comparative study of the smooth cable AERO-Z and the classical multistrand cable, including the percentage of load reduction offered to supporting structure, are presented. [less ▲]

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