Subcommittee A – Cable Construction and Design
The subcommittee considers all issues related to materials, construction, design and manufacturing of insulated cables
The Cable Construction and Design Subcommittee provides an informational forum for discussions on aging and performance characteristics of various cable constructions, chemical, physical and electrical tests of cable dielectrics, and performance of cables in service.
- Chair – Yingli Wen, Consolidated Edison, WenY@coned.com
- Vice Chair – Brent Richardson, The Dow Chemical Company, BRichardson@dow.com
Discussion / Working Groups:
A01D – Characteristics of Insulating Materials (Inactive)
Vice Chair: Vacant
This Working Group is focused on insulating materials employed in cable systems. The objective is to provide a forum for the exchange of information on materials employed or present in cables or accessories.
A02D – Characteristics of Semi-conductive Shields (Inactive)
Chair: Harry Orton, OCEI, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Cindy Flenniken, Lyondell Chemicals, email@example.com
To bring together input from industry, university and cable users on the effects of semiconductive contamination on the performance of underground cable insulation systems. Recommendations will be made by this task group to either modify existing industrial standards or to produce new standards to improve the quality of semiconductive shields where it has been determined necessary.
A03D – Performance of Extruded Dielectrics (Inactive)
Chair: John Densley, ArboLec Solutions, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Vacant
To provide a forum for discussion and for the exchange of information on the performance of dielectrics used in extruded power cable systems.
A04D – Definition of Tree Retardant Crosslinked Polyethylene (Inactive)
Chair: Serge Pelissou, Hydro Quebec
Vice Chair: Richie Harp, TXU
The A4D Discussion Group is examining issues related to the performance of cables insulated with what is generally called tree retardant crosslinked polyethylene (TRXLPE). The term TRXLPE is often used in the electric utility industry but currently there is no uniformly accepted definition. This group is working to consolidate and document the activities that have been conducted since 1997 to define TRXLPE based on performance data.
A05W – Properties of Identifiable Jackets (P1235 2000)
Chair: Jim Guo, Techimp USA Corporate
Vice Chair: Lakshman Raut, General Cable, LRaut@generalcable.com
To prepare a guide on recommendations for red stripe and raised ridge identification markings on insulating and semiconducting jacketed underground cables.
A06D – Accelerated Electrical Aging
Chair: Detlef Wald, Eifelkabel, email@example.com
Vice Chair: Paul Caronia, Dow Chemical, firstname.lastname@example.org
To develop accelerated electrical aging tests and procedures for the determination of the long term life performance characteristics and capabilities of solid polymeric and fluid filled cables under multi-stress, in-service conditions.
A07W – Guide for Selecting and Testing Jackets for Underground Cables (P532-2007)
Chair: Paul Caronia, Dow Chemical, email@example.com
Vice Chair: Michael Wright, General Cable, firstname.lastname@example.org
Revise IEEE 532, Guide for Selecting and Testing Jackets for Underground Cables based on the IEEE protocol to review and revise guides on a 5 years basis.
A08W – Tests for Compatibility of Cable Pulling Lubricants with Wire & Cable (P1210)
Chair: Michael Wright, General Cable, email@example.com
Vice Chair: David Elliot, Dominion Energy, firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is being reactivated in order to consider revision or reaffirmation of IEEE 1210-1996, Tests for Compatibility of Cable Pulling Lubricants with Wire & Cable, in accordance with the five year maintenance cycle.
A09D – Guide for Moisture Measurement in SF6 (Inactive)
Vice Chair: Vacant
A11W – Guide for the Selection, Testing, Application and Installation of Cables Having Radial Moisture Barriers and/or Longitudinal Water Blocking
Chair: Ken Bow, Kable Consult LLC, email@example.com
Vice Chair: Mick Bayer, STV Energy Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of this working group is to continually stay abreast of technology and materials developments that enhance cable performance and life by preventing damage or deterioration from the effects of moisture and chemicals. As technology of this type develops, the Working Group will strive to keep IEEE Guide 1142 updated.
A12D – Cable Designs Impervious to Moisture (Inactive)
Chair: Jack P. Steiner, ComEd
Vice Chair: Mike L. Walker, Center Point Energy, email@example.com
To develop a Guide for the Design, Testing, and Applicaition of Moisture-Impervious, Solid Dielectric, 5-35kV Power Cable Using Metal Plastic Laminates.
A13W – IEEE Guide for Accelerated Aging Tests for Medium-Voltage (5 kV – 35 kV) Extruded Electric Power Cables Using Water-Filled Tanks
(IEEE 1407 – 2007) (P1407 1998)
Chair: Mark Walton, General Cable, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Detlef Wald, Eifelkabel, email@example.com
To revise IEEE Std 1407-1998: Guide for Accelerated Aging Tests for Medium-Voltage Extruded Electric Power Cables Using Water-Filled Tanks.
A14D – Power Cable Standards
Chair: Brent Richardson, Dow Wire & Cable, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Ashley Eanes, Duke Energy, email@example.com
To provide a forum for keeping members informed of planned and recently completed additions and revisions to power cable standards, as well as advising how to contribute to and influence their development.
A15W – Guide for Selection and Design of Aluminum Sheaths for Power Cables (Inactive) (P635)
Chair: Ettore J. Bartolucci, Okonite, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Jamie Garcia, General Cable, JGarcia3@generalcable.com
A16D – Characteristics of EPR Cables
Chair: Robert E Fleming, Marmon Innovation & Technology, Robert.Fleming@r-scc.com
Vice Chair: Steven Graham, Duke Energy – Nuclear Gen, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide a forum for exchange of information on the characteristics of Ethylene-Propylene Rubber Insulated cables.
A17W – Guide for the Application of Extruded Conductor and Insulation Shields for Shielded Power Cables Rated 5 kV to 500 kV AC (Inactive) (P1781)
Chair: Tim Person, Dow Chemical Co., email@example.com
Vice Chair: Serge Pelissou, Hydro Quebec (IREQ)
To provide guidance to users of extruded dielectric distribution and transmission power cables on the selection of extruded conductor and insulation shield materials for their intended application.
A18 / B12W- Guide for Investigating and Analyzing Shielded Power Cable Failure on Systems Rated 5kV through 46kV (P1511.1) (P1511.2)
Chair: Margaret Jasek, PNM Resources of New Mexico, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Brian Ayres, TE Connectivity, Brian.Ayres@te.com
To develop a general overview and suggested working procedures to investigate and analyze cable failures on systems rated 5 kV through 46 kV
A19D – Cover Conductors Rated 5kV through 46V: Weatherproof Conductors, Tree Wire and Space Cable System
Chair:Thomas Campbell, Consolidated Edison, email@example.com
Vice Chair: Kim Nuckles, Southwire, firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide a forum for reviewing issues related to the Discussion Group Scope. If the Group determines that there is a need for a standard or guide on Covered Conductors, a new mission will be established and the Discussion Group will be converted to a Working Group.
W = Working Group (Prepares a document such as a standard, guide or paper)
D = Discussion Group (Provides a forum for discussion on a focused topic.)
Working groups have the PAR # in parenthesis.