Dependence of the Contact Resistance on the Design of Stranded Conductors
AbstractDuring the manufacturing process multi-strand conductors are subject to compressive force and rotation moments. The current distribution in the multi-strand conductors is not uniform and is controlled by the transverse resistivity. This is mainly determined by the contact resistance at the strand crossovers and inter-strand contact resistance. The surface layer properties, and in particular the crystalline structure and degree of oxidation, are key parameters in determining the transverse resistivity. The experimental set-ups made it possible to find the dependence of contact resistivity as a function of continuous working stresses and cable design. A study based on measurements and numerical simulation is made to identify the contact resistivity functions. View Full-Text
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Zeroukhi, Y.; Napieralska-Juszczak, E.; Vega, G.; Komeza, K.; Morganti, F.; Wiak, S. Dependence of the Contact Resistance on the Design of Stranded Conductors. Sensors 2014, 14, 13925-13942.
Zeroukhi Y, Napieralska-Juszczak E, Vega G, Komeza K, Morganti F, Wiak S. Dependence of the Contact Resistance on the Design of Stranded Conductors. Sensors. 2014; 14(8):13925-13942.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zeroukhi, Youcef; Napieralska-Juszczak, Ewa; Vega, Guillaume; Komeza, Krzysztof; Morganti, Fabrice; Wiak, Slawomir. 2014. "Dependence of the Contact Resistance on the Design of Stranded Conductors." Sensors 14, no. 8: 13925-13942.