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2 x 220 kV Kelar Transmission Line


Technical Specification for Ground Wire OPGW

APPROVED WITH COMMENT


REVIEWED RESUBMIT

THIS APPROVAL OR REVIEW DOES NOT RELIEVE THE


VENDOR/SUBCONTRACTOR OF HIS RESPONSIBILITIES
TO MEET ALL OF THE SPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS OF
THE PURCHASE ORDER

PREPARED CHECKED APPROVED


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SAMSUNG ENGINEERING CO., LTD

REV Date Page Description Prepared Checked Approved

0 16-06-2015 For Contruction LBC PLS ECM

B 25-11-2014 Clients approval LBC PLS ECM

A 20-11-2014 For approval LBC PLS ECM

Project No. : SP2715

CHILE KELAR PROJECT


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CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................. 3

2. SCOPE .............................................................................................................................................. 4

3. REGULATIONS ................................................................................................................................ 5

4. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ..................................................................................................................... 6

5. ENVIRONMENTAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL CONDITIONS ........................................................ 7

6. MANUFACTURE .............................................................................................................................. 8
6.1. QUALITY ............................................................................................................................... 8
6.1.1. Optical nucleus ......................................................................................................................................... 8
6.1.2. Wire shield .................................................................................................................................................. 9
6.2. NOMINAL LENGTH OF THE CONTINUOUS STRIP ........................................................................ 9
6.3. TECHNICAL FEATURES OF THE WIRE ....................................................................................... 9

7. INSPECTIONS AND TESTS .......................................................................................................... 12


7.1. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS................................................................................................. 12
7.2. SAMPLING .......................................................................................................................... 12
7.3. TESTS ................................................................................................................................ 12
7.3.1. Tests of optic tests ............................................................................................................................... 13
7.3.2. Tests of shielding of the wire.......................................................................................................... 13
7.3.3. Tests to the finished wire .................................................................................................................. 13
7.4. VISUAL INSPECTION............................................................................................................. 14
7.5. PROTOCOLS ....................................................................................................................... 14

8. TRANSPORT, STORAGE AND HANDLING ............................................................................... 15


8.1. REELS ................................................................................................................................ 15
8.2. WIRE PROTECTION .............................................................................................................. 15
8.3. PACKAGING ........................................................................................................................ 16
8.4. IDENTIFICATION ................................................................................................................... 17

9. REJECTION .................................................................................................................................... 18
9.1. REJECTION OF THE WIRE SHIELDING..................................................................................... 18
9.2. REJECTION OF FINISHED WIRE, ITS PACKAGING AND IDENTIFICATION ...................................... 18
9.3. INDIVIDUAL TESTS ............................................................................................................... 18

10. TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS ...................................................................................................... 19

11. OTHER INFORMATION ........................................................................................................... 20

12. WARANTIES .............................................................................................................................. 21


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1. Introduction

SAMSUNG ENGINEERING is constructing, commissioned by the multinational


Corporation BHP BILLITON, the BHP Kelar Gas Combined Power Plant, located in the
commune of Mejillones, in the II Antofagasta Region.

To vacate and withdraw the power produced by this Power Plant, either to the new
projects of BHP Billiton or SING, the construction of a 2 x 220kV and 15km in length
transmission line is needed, which will link the Kelar Power Plant with the upcoming
KAPATUR splitting substation, located approximately 11km east of the Bay of Mejillones.

Construction of this transmission line is the responsibility of the ALUSA Company, which
has retained the services of SDI for the development of engineering details thereof, such
project is referred to as 2 x 220 kV Kelar-Kapatur Transmission Line.
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2. Scope

The goal of this document is established basic conditions for the earth wire supply with
optical fiber OPGW (Optical Ground Wire).

It is considered inside the activities, the design, manufactured, tests and technical
information correspondent, as the established in this specification.

The supplier, as part of its technical offer, should complete the technical sheet included in
annex II.
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3. Regulations

The project design should be performed according with the latest edition of the relevant
regulations, laws and/or publications:

Standards

ITU-T G 650 Definition and Test Methods for the Relevant Parameters of Single Mode
Optical Fiber Cable.

ITU-T G 652 Characteristics of a Single Mode Optical Fiber Cable.

ITU-T G 655 Characteristics of a Non Zero Dispersion Shifted Single Mode Optical
Fiber Cable.

IEC 60793-1 Optical Fiber Part 1: Generic Specifications.

IEC 60793-2 Optical Fiber Part 1: Product Specifications.

IEC 60794-4 Optical Fiber Cables: Aerial Optical Cables along Electrical Power Lines.

IEEE 1138 Standard Construction of Composite Fiber Optic Ground-Wire for Use on
Electric Utility Power Lines.

EIA / TIA-598 Optical Fiber Cable Color Coding.

ASTM B 415 Alambres de Acero Revestido en Aluminio.

ASTM B 416 Cables de Capas Concntricas Trenzadas de Acero Revestido en


Aluminio.

IEC 60104 Aluminum - magnesium - silicon alloy wire for overhead line conductors

Institutions:

INN, National Standards Institute (Chile)


ISO, International Standards Organization
IEC, International Electro technical Commission
ITU, International Telecommunication Union
ANSI, American National Standards Institute (US)
ASTM, American Society for Testing and Materials (US)

Additionally, it should meet the quality and safety standards provided by BHP BILLITON
as long as such requirements are not less or in conflict with those standards and
regulations already mentioned.

In case of conflicting between the mentioned institutional regulations and the proportioned
standards, the conflict will be communicated promptly to BHP BILLITON for its clarification.
In general, the more stringent criterion will be favored.

Nonetheless, the final decision on the predominant criteria is only of responsibility of BHP
Billiton.
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4. Electrical System

The electrical system in which the Project will operate has the following main features:

Nominal voltage : 220 kV


Nominal frequency : 50 Hz
Wire type of power : 2 ACAR 1200 MCM Conductors
Number of power circuits :2
Number of power sub conductors :1
Type of earth wire : OPGW
Number of earth sub conductors :1
Number of earth circuits :1
Section length : 15 km. (approximately)
Conductors disposition : Vertical
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5. Environmental and geographical conditions

The values of environmental parameters considered in the installations design are listed
in Table 1.

Table 1. Environmental parameters.


Zone III
Highest altitude (above sea level) 180 m
Isoceraunic level 3
Level e,
Contamination level (IEC 60815-1)
31 mm/kV
Atmospheric pressure 74,3 cm-Hg
Relative air density 1
Maximum 50 kg/m
Reduced 12,5 kg/m
Wind pressure
Breeze 0,02 kg/m
With ice Not apply
Thickness Not apply
Ice
Density Not apply
Zone Def. NSEG III
Average 17 C
Temperature Maximum 27 C
Minimum -5 C
Relative air humidity Maximum (month) 85%
Rainfall Maximum (month) No information
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6. Manufacture

6.1. Quality

The wire, including reel and packaging, must be new and of first use. Also, the used
materials in their manufacture must be new, recently manufactured and in general, frees
of any kind of imperfection or defect.

The optical nucleus and the wire shielding must form an integrated unit (the wire) and
must be dimensioned for the protection of the optical fibers against degradation on its
mechanical and optical features caused by external factors, like, vibration, wind,
temperature variations, currents of short-circuit, atmospheric discharges and any other
environmental factor that can produce hydrogen.

6.1.1. Optical nucleus

The optical nucleus should be constituted by the optical unit, protection shield and an
aluminum tube.

The aluminum tube should presented a finish free of superficial defects and strange
matters. The dimensions of the tube should be uniforms to its transverse section and
along its length. For confer impermeability to the optical nucleus, the tube must be
manufactured by a extrusion process and welding points are not permitted.

The wire must support inherent mechanical stresses of the installation, operation and
maintenance process of the electric line, as well as bending of the wire to the guaranteed
minimum radius, without an increase of attenuation of the fibers.

6.1.1.1. Optical unit

The optical unit should be designed to house and protect the optical fibers of possible
damages caused by external stresses as crushing, bending, traction and torsion. Also
should protect against moisture.

The optical unit should be totally dielectric and its configuration must be loose type.

The optical fibers inside the wire must provide continuity without internal joints and may
not exceed a maximum of twelve (12) per group.

The wire design should guarantee that the fiber do not suffer stresses along its useful
life.

Tensioning elements of non metallic material must be used to limit traction stresses in the
optical fibers housed inside the optical unit.

The interstices of the optical unit must be filled with a compound to inhibit the penetration
of external moisture or any water migration, along the optical unit.
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The filling compound used must be compatible with all the components with which it will
contact and must absorb and/or inhibit the hydrogen production on the interior of the wire.
Also, must be chemically stable at the temperature range of -5C to 80C, dermatological
safe and non toxic.

6.1.2. Wire shield

The shielding of the wires, together with the aluminum tube, should be optimized to allow
circulation of the short-circuited current without alterations in the optical fibers features.

Also, must be designed to support the mechanical requests of a conventional earth wire,
besides of assure the minimum resistance to not cause deformation in the optical fibers.

The wire direction to the exterior charge is right handed and the wire surface and the
surface of all wires must be cylindrical, free of superficial defects and strange matters, and
be soft to touch.

The components of the wire (except the optical nucleus) must be performed before the
wiring, so that by cutting a piece of wire of length equal to 1,5 of the wiring pitch, this
keeps its original shape.

The cover of the wires of steel must be concentric to this, soft to touch, continuous and
uniform.

The thickness of the aluminum layer, at any point, cannot be lower than ten percent (10%)
of the nominal radius of the wire.

There shall not be joints of any kind on the finish wires or during the final drawing.

If a wire is cut during wiring, will be sufficient to end at that point the pulling process of the
wire. This pulling can be included in the supply always that meets with its length as
described in the specifications.

6.2. Nominal length of the continuous strip

The length of the continuous strip of the wire must be indicated by the manufacturer.

Nonetheless, this quantity shall be 3.000 m as minimum and with a tolerance not higher
than +2% in excess.

6.3. Technical features of the wire

The main features of the wire used on the electrical line is shown in Table 2.
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Table 2. Main features of the earth wire with optical fiber of 87 mm


Wire OPGW

Type of fiber Single-mode ITU-T G.652

Optic nucleus Central tube of aluminum

Wire type Steel wires coated with


Shielding aluminum / Alloy of aluminum
wires

Quantity of fibers 24 (24 to 6 fibers per tube)


GENERAL

Diameter of the coating To be fabricated

Diameter of the covering To be fabricated

Diameter of the modal field To be fabricated

Type of junction Fusion

Identification of the fiber EIA/TIA-598

Thermoplastic tubes filled with


Protection against moisture
gel (1 to 4 tubes)
Wave length 1.310 nm y 1.550 nm

Average @1.310 nm < 0,36 dB/km


COMUNICATION

attenuation @1.550 nm < 0,22 dB/km

Cromatic @1.310 nm 2,8 ps/(nm-km)


dispersion @1.550 nm 20 ps(/nm-km)

Return loss of the junction > 60 dB

Maximum attenuation of the junction < 0,05 dB

Average span 450 m


MECHANICALS

Nominal Tension of Rupture (NTR) 5.468 kgf

Maximum work tension 40% de TNR


2
Short-circuited 50,41 kA s

Surface 87 mm

Diameter 12,6 mm
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Table 2. Main features of the earth wire with optical fiber of 87 mm (Continuation)
Weight 0,394 kg/m
MECHANICALS

Minimum radius Instalation 189 ~ 400 mm


curvature (MRC) Operation 75% MRC Instalation

Sag 1,5%

Temperature Instalation -10 C ~ 50 C


range Operation -30 C ~ 70 C

More information, or more specific information, should be supplied by the manufacturer by


petition of Samsun Engineering Co., Ltd.

The fibers and housing should have a color coding to facilitate identification and location
in any of both extremes of the wire.

The color coding of the housing and of the fiber must meet the EIA/TIA-598 normative.
The color pigment must be compatible with the rest of materials that make up the wire,
also be stable color (should not fade when cleaning) and not be susceptible to migration.
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7. Inspections and tests

7.1. General considerations

Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd., reserves the right to inspect the wire manufacturing, for
which the manufacturer must give all the facilities to which its authorized representative
develops the inspection without inconvenience.

It is manufacturer responsibility notify within thirty (30) days before perform the wire tests,
for which a Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd inspector can participate of the process.

The manufacturer must develop under their responsibility, the required tests in this
specification and also those not indicated but stipulated in the regulations and publications
applicable, assuming all costs, direct and indirect, for the realization of the tests, including
all materials, elements and equipments required, as well as the items subjected to the
test.

The non-compliance of any of the performed tests will be sufficient cause to reject the
sampled batch.

7.2. Sampling

All wire samples, finish wire and reel, must be selected randomly by the authorized
representative of Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd.

For wire shielding tests, before wiring process, sample must performed according ASTM
B 415 for aluminum wire covered with steel publication and IEC 60104 for aluminum alloy
wires publication.

For verification condition tests of the shield wire and finish wire surfaces, the sampling
must performed in the same way than the sampling for verification of dimensions test and
permissible variations established in ASTM B 145 and ASTM B 416 for aluminum cover
by steel wire publication and IEC 60104 for aluminum alloy wires publication.

The reel of the finished wire, presented for approval, is split in batch of ten (10) reels
each, considering the fraction as other batch.

Of each batch, one (1) reel is randomly selected to represent the entire batch and from it
the enough sample for perform all tests is taken. The same selected reel represents the
entire batch in the entire identification and verification of packaging.

The packaging should allow access to both extremes of the wire, in order to perform the
optical fibers tests without unroll the wire.

For optical unit tests, should be measure, at least, the average attenuation of the optical
fiber for each of the strands of all selected reels. The attenuation values must comply with
the indicated in this specification.

For the test of rupture resistance of the entire wire , must be take one (1) sample of each
hundred (100) metric tons (or fraction) of each batch of finished wire presented for
approval.

7.3. Tests
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7.3.1. Tests of optic tests

All routine tests established in IEC 60793 and IEC 60794 publications that corresponds to
the optical fiber must be performed.

7.3.2. Tests of shielding of the wire

The following tests must performed to the wire shielding:

Verification of dimensions
Verification of surface status
Mechanical resistance
Other tests specified in ASTM B 415 publication
Other tests specified in IEC 60104 publication

These tests must performed in the wire before wiring process.

7.3.3. Tests to the finished wire

The following tests must performed to the finished wire:

Verification of dimensions:
Cross section of the entire wire
Unitary weight of the entire wire
External diameter of the entire wire
External diameter of each wire layer
Span of each wire layer

Verification of surface status


Verification of direction of the external wire layer
Mechanical resistance of the entire wire
Other tests specified in ASTM B 416 publication
Other tests specified in IEC 60104 publication
Parameters measure, including optical fiber attenuation for each strand,
specified by the regulation of this specification.
Other tests specified in IEC 60794-4:10 publication.
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7.4. Visual inspection

All necessary inspections must performed to verify the compliance of the stipulated
requirements in this specification for the wire, packaging and reel identification.

7.5. Protocols

Inside the seven (7) following days to the perform of the tests, the manufacturer, must
deliver to the authorized representative of Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd., three (3)
copies of the tests protocols. The protocols must include:

Results of the optical fiber tests


Results of the wire tests
Results of the finished wire tests
Results of packaging verification and reel identification
List of the finished wire packaging, approved or rejected, with the
correspond information for its identification.
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8. Transport, storage and handling

8.1. Reels

The construction of the reels must be permit to resist all the daily requests founded during
fabrication, transport, loading and unloading, delivery, distribution along the line and the
process of wire tensioning.

The entire finished wire, must not occupy the entire reels.

A minimum free space of 5 cm must be fixed between the last layer of the wire and the
interior of the covered installed of the reel.

The central axis hole of the reels, is provided of metallic bushings attached to the reel
sides and its minimum internal diameter must be 7 cm.

The reels are provided by five (5) bolts or steel tensors, which are set on the sides
(flanges) of the drum to the reel. The bolts or steel tensors must not protrude from the
sides (flanges), accepting until 1 cm of protruding.

The reels must be detachable, i.e. its sides (flanges) must be able to separate to the
drum.

8.2. Wire protection

The wire protection in the reels must be adequate to ensure the conservation of the good
conditions of the wire, in adverse weather conditions (moisture and temperature) and in
long storage periods.

On the drum must be placed one or more layers of waterproof, non corrosive paper or
other material with similar properties, with a minimum total thickness of 0,5 mm.

On the interior of the reel sides (flanges) must be placed a layer of non corrosive and
abrasiveness resistant cardboard, or other material with a minimum thickness of 1,5 mm.

Between the last exterior layer and the previous layer (partially or completely) of the wire
must be placed as minimum, a layer of waterproof and non corrosive paper or other
material with similar properties.

The exposed surface of the rolled wire must be covered with a cardboard layer or other
material, abrasiveness resistant and non corrosive, with a minimum thickness of 2 mm.
This layer must be placed at least with metallic tape or similar, that can be removed
without damage the wire.

All the exposal surfaces of the reels, protruding parts, bolts, tensors and bushings must
be painted with aluminum paint before the wire is rolled in the reels.

The reels must be entirely covered by a wooden lathing. The lathing must be placed on
the side (flanges) of the reel with nails, bolts or other system to prevent lateral sliding.

The lathing length is equal to the width of the reel , must be placed with at least two (2)
metallic tapes.
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8.3. Packaging

In each reel must be placed only a single continuous line of finished wire.

The finished wire must be packaging in metallic non-returnable reels. The wooden reels
are not allowable.

To prevent damage during transport and laying, the finished wire must be rolled and
tightly wrapped in the reels but without use of bumps. The extremes of the continuous line
of finished wire must be anchored securely to the reel.

The reels must be completely covered with wood lathing. The used wood for the lathing
must be of a minimum thickness of 3,8 cm and only used good quality dry wood. The
wood must not have crust neither insect galleries detected.

This wood must receive bactericidal, fungicide and preservative treatments, and
accomplish with the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures ISPM N 15 of
the FAO. In addition, the phytosanitary certificates of the process of the wood parts used
must be included. This treatment must be performed before rolling the wire.

All import of wood to the country must be authorized by the Agricultural and Livestock
Service (SAG in Spanish), according to the resolution N 133/2005 and their
modification N 2859/2007, both of the Agricultural Ministry, which established
quarantine regulations for the entry of wood packagings.

Nonetheless all used wood in the packaging has been treated in their origin port, the
manufacturer must hire a fumigation service at the landing port (or in place) of all
packaging that contained wood, if so requested by the SAG.

This fumigation process must be performed by an authorized company by SAG. A copy of


these new fumigations certificates must be sent to the work place together with the
material and other copy must be sent to the owner of the electrical installations.

In particular, the fumigation must be performed with aluminum phosphide and not with
methyl bromide, due to which chemical, in moisture presence, hydrolyze and is corrosive
to some metals as aluminum and zinc.

If the used wood in the packaging is contaminated, the recommendation is remove and
replace with wood that meets the requirements of the sanitary authority.

The supplier is the responsible of ensuring these conditions and therefore is responsible,
at its own cost, of any procedure, penalty, retention or other requirements by national
authorities.

Additionally, packaging must be able to resist the effects of prolonged outdoor storage,
and under severe atmospheric conditions.
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8.4. Identification

All and each one of the reels must be clearly identified with a material resistant card and
securely attached to the wire extreme, inside the reel, with the following information:

Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd.


Project Management Manual
Place / Destination address
Manufacturer name
Wire features (type, surface, etc.)
Quantity of contents / Wires length
Gross weight (kg) reel plus wire
Net weight (kg) just wire
External dimensions (m)

Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd., will require additional information if necessary and will be
added to the identification card.

Additionally, some information must be attached: contract number, purchase order


number, manufacturer series number and all necessary information for delivery, transport
and destination. All these information must be painted in the reel exterior with permanent
paint and legibly. Also one (1) copy of the phytosanitary certificate of the wood parts is
required, if apply.

In each reel must be clearly indicated with an arrow, the sense in which the wire can be
roll without the wire release.

After the reel is reviewed and approved, the identification card must be signed and
stamped for the authorized representative of Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd.
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9. Rejection

9.1. Rejection of the wire shielding

In general, will be rejected all the wires that non comply with the criteria indicated in
ASTM B 415 publication for aluminum wires covered with steel and IEC 60104 publication
for alloy aluminum wires, concerning to wire superficial status, dimensions, allowable
variations, etc.

9.2. Rejection of finished wire, its packaging and identification

The non-compliance of a sample of any of the required points in this specification, is


enough reason to reject the entire batch represented by a sample.

In the case of optical fibers, will be rejected all the reels that contains strands with
average attenuation values higher than the indicated in this specification.

9.3. Individual tests

If a batch is rejected, the manufacturer has the right to test the rest of the reels in the
batch individually (with the same tests conditions that justified the rejection) and after
supply and/or use those reels that comply the requirements of this specification.
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10. Technical documents

The manufacturer must deliver to Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd., inside the fifteen (15)
days following the emission purchase order, the following information:

Detailed program of manufacture (start and finish date of each sub


process).
Delivery times.
Layouts, technical documents and information delivered with the offer,
modifying according the observations of Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd.
Detailed layout of the reel process and its identification (reel, protection
and lathing), indicating at least:
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (kg)
Tolerances
Maximum weight
Materials list (with location)
General features (including lathing)
Front view, profile view, elevation view and cut view, showing
construction details.
Indication of the zones of special identification
Handling, transport, storage and maintenance instructions.

Tests protocols with the compliance of the recommended measures of the


IEEE Std 1138 regulation and G series recommendation of the
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) for the wire and optical
fibers, both in their last edition.
Other layouts, technical documents and additional information required by
Samsung Engineering Co., Ltd., that are necessary to complete the
delivered information.

All layouts delivered must be definite, to scale and in accordance to the International
System of Units.
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11. Other information

The manufacturer must deliver all the stress-strain-creep curves of the wire, with the
following information:

Initial stress-strain-creep curve, after one hour of charge.


Final stress-strain-creep curve, after ten years.
Creepage curves for: 1 day, 3 days, 6 days, 1 month and 6 months.
Temperature to which each curve was obtained.

Additionally, the manufacturer must deliver the following complementary information:

Phytosanitary certificate of the treatment of the used wood parts.


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12. Waranties

The warranties clause must be established in the corresponding economical proposal.


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Attachment I
N 133 SAG Resolution
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Attachment II
Data sheet OPGW 87
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Data sheet
SDI
Earth wire Technical Specification OPGW
E-TL-TS-S002 BHP Billiton - Lnea 2x220 kV Kelar - Kapatur
Page 1 of 2 Earth wire with optical fiber Transmission lines

te Description Unit Specifie Offer


m d
A Contact information
A. Manufacturer : Name Indicate
1
A. : Country Indicate
2
A. : Address Indicate
3
A. : Email Indicate
4
A. Representative in Chile : Name Indicate
5
A. : Address Indicate
6
A. : Email Indicate
7
A. : Phone Indicate
8
B Laboratory information
B.1 Insulation lab Indicate
B.1. Laboratory Indicate
1
B.1. Country of laboratory Indicate
2
B.1. Address of the laboratory Indicate
3
C Environmental features
C.1 Maximum altitude (above sea level) m 1100
C.2 Isoceuranic level 3
C.3 Contamination level Level "e", 31 mm/kV
C.4 Relative density of air 0,86
C.5 Zone NSEG 5 III
C.6 Temperature
C.6.1 Maximum C 27
C.6.2 Average C 17
C.6.3 Mnimum C -
5
C.7 Wind pressure
C.7.1 maximum kg/m2 50
C.7.1 Reduced kg/m2 12,5
C.8 Ice mm 0,02
D General features
D. Name OPGW
1
D. Required quantity k (*)
2 m
D. Santard and regulation compliance E-TL-TS-S002
3
E Mechanical features
E.1 Measure Pulg --
.
E.2 Surface mm 87
E.3 Diameter mm 12,6
E.4 Weight kg/m 0,394
E.5 Nominal tension rupture kg 5468
f
E.6 Optical nucleus:
E.6. Material Aluminum central tube
1
E.6. Diameter mm Indicate
2
E.7 Shielding
:
Aluminum steel covered wire /
E.7. Material
1 Aluminum alloy wire
E.7. Quantity of strands Indicate
2
E.8 Linear thermal dilatation coefficient 1/C 1,65E-05
E.9 Elasticity modulus kg/mm 10.100
F Electrical features
F.1 Electrical resistance DC to 20C ? /k Indicate
m
F.2 Electrical resistance AC to 25C ? /k Indicate
m
F.3 Electrical resistance AC to 75C ? /k Indicate
m
F.4 Maximum thermal capacity k As Indicate
DOCUMENT NUMBER
Technical Specification E-TL-TS-S002
for Ground Wire Revision 0
OPGW
Issue Date : 16-Jun-2015 Page 28 of 28

Data
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Earth wire Technical Specification OPGW
E-TL-TS-S002 BHP Billiton Sheet
- Lnea 2x220 kV Kelar - Kapatur
Page 2 of 2 Earth wire with optical fiber Transmission lines

te Descriptionn Unit Specificated Offer


m
G Packaging
G.1 Nominal lenght of the continuous wire line m min. 3.000
G.2 Gross weight by packaging k Indicate
g
G.3 External dimensions (diameter x widht) c Indicate
m
G.4 Internal dimensions (diameter x width) c Indicate
m
G.5 Drum diameter c Indicate
m
G.6 Axis interior diameter c 7
m
G.7 Reel material Metal
H Tests
H. Protocols of the tests Anne
1 x
I Layouts
I.1 Delivery date of certifcate information Se Indicate
m
I.2 Delivery date of material Se Indicate
m
I.3 Material detailed plan Anne
x
I.4 Packaging detailed plan Anne
x
J Observations and commentaries
Discrepance with the Technical Specification Indict
e
K Adittional technical information
Layouts, documents, etc. Indicate
L Stress-strain-creep features
Stress-Strain-Creep Curves Indicate
(*) 1. Quantity required in the materials list.
2. 10 % of overdesign of the earth wire

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