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Posted 27 Mar 2019, 09:21 GMT-4 Electrical, Electromagnetic Heating, AC/DC & Electromagnetics 1 Reply
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Hello! Cable losses in official submarine cables follow the law of conservation of energy, that is, the sum of core loss plus metal sheath loss plus armor loss is equal to three times the square of core current multiplied by core AC resistance. In IEC standard, cable core loss is the square of core current multiplied by core AC resistance. These two are contradictory. How do you understand them? Thank you