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POIR 4.1.4 Reduction of transmission losses in 110 kV power distribution lines through the development of innovative material and construction solutions and technologies for the production of low-loss overhead conductors.

Project name: Reduction of transmission losses in 110 kV power distribution lines through the development of innovative material and construction solutions and technologies for the production of low-loss overhead conductors.

 

Project number: POIR.04.01.04-00-0022/15           

Smart Growth Operational Programme, 2014 – 2020

IV Priority axis: “Increasing the research potential”

Measure 4.1 “Research and development”

Sub-measure 4.1.4 “Application projects”

Project value: PLN 9,610,564.15

European Funds Contribution: PLN 4,734,201.45

Implementation period: 01/04/2016 – 30/06/2019

Project implemented in consortium with the Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals (Ł-IMN) in Gliwice

Project objectives:

Development of new material and construction solutions for overhead conductors used in 110 kV lines, characterized by increased energy efficiency resulting from the reduction of transmission losses in line lines related to heating of phase conductors during the flow of working current.

Planned effects:

Development and implementation of the technology of overhead conductors production, which is characterized in relation to the currently used traditional ACSR conductors:

  • increased current-carrying capacity by approximately 15%
  • reduction of energy losses by approximately 25%
  • higher mechanical strength by approximately 15%
  • lower resistance of approximately 25%

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