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9.1 Combined 1oads.......... ...............13
9.2 Precautions for load application ....................15
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9.4 Tolerances on applied loads .......... ............... i 5
9.5 Loading rate and holding period . .................. 15
1 0 Measurements................ . .....17

10.1 Load and angle measurements. ....................17


10.2 Deflection measurements............... ..............17
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L FOREWORD
1) The lEc (lnternational Electrotechnical Commission) is a worldwide organization for standardization comprising
all national electrotechnical committees (lEC National Committees)i The object of the IEC is to promote
international co-operation on all questions concerning standardization in thl
electrical and electronic fields. To
this end and in addition to other activities, the IEC publishes lnternational standards. rneii lielaration is
entrusted to technical committees; any IEC Nationai Committee interested in the
participate subject dealt with may
in this preparatory work. lnternational, governmental and non-governmental organizations liaising
with the IEC also particrpate in this preparation. ThelEC cottaooratei ctoierv- witn
the lnterna-tionit orjanization
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2) The formal decisions or agreements of the IEC on technical matters express, as nearly as possible,
international consensus of opinion an
on the relevant subjects since each technical committee fiasieliJs"ntation
from all interested National Committees.
3) The documents produced have the form of recommendations for international
use and are published in the form
of standards, technical specifications, technical reports or guides and they are accepted by the National
Committees in that sense.

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4) ln order to promote international unification, IEC National Committees undertake to apply IEC lnternational
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standards. Any
divergence between the IEC standard and the corresponding national or regional
standard shall be clearly
indicated in the latter.
5) The IEC provides no marking procedure to indicate its approval and cannot
be rendered responsible for any
equipment declared to be in conformity with one of its standards.
6) Attention rs drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this lnternational
Standard may be the subject
of patent rights. The IEC shall not be held responsible for identiiyin! a"v
such patent rights.
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I lnternational standard lEc 60652 has been prepared by IEC technical committee
1 1: overhead
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t: This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 1979,
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!- The text of this standard is based on the following documents:

FDIS Report on voting


1 1/167/FDtS 1 1/168/RVD
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in the report on
voting indicated in the above table.
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3.

fF The committee has decided that the contents of this publication will remain
unchanged until 2004.
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. reconfirmed;
. withdrawn;
. replaced by a revised edition, or
. amended.

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Scope

This lnternational Standard codifies the methods of testing supports for overhead lines.

It is applicable to the testing of supports and structures of overhead lines for voltages above
45 kV; it can also serve as reference to the testing of lower voltage supports.

There is no restriction on the type of material used in the fabrication of the supports
which may
include, but not be limited to, metallic alloys, concrete, timber, laminated wood
and composite
materials. lf required by the client, this standard may also be applied to the testing
of
telecommunication supports, railway/tramway overhea-d electrificaiion su jports,
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substation gantries, street lighting columns, wind turbine towers, ski-lift suppoiti,
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Tests on reduced scale models of supports are not covered by this standard.

Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this
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'i; l-EC 60050(466):1990, lnternational Electrotechnical Vocabutary (tEV) Chapter 466:


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lSo/lEc 17025:1999, Genera! requirements for the competence of testing and calibration
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listed below supplement those given in IEC 60050(a66).

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organization which contracts with the testing station and provides the test specification
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point at which the support cannot carry any additional load
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With respect to the purpose of the test, the level of instrumentation and the method of
execution, this standard refers to two categories of tests:
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Design tests are normally carried out on prototype supports, with one or more
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Design tests shall be carried out to at least the design load or to failure, especially when
testing
according to 4.1 b) and/or 4.1c).

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For a design test (ac-cording to 4.1b) or 4.'lc)), the material(s) and the manufacturing
processes used in the fabrication of the prototype support shall be
io the same specifications
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.those. used during the fabrication of the production supports. These specitiiations shall
include the member sectional properties, connection details,'e.g. bolt or weld sizes, material
grades and fabrication processes. Prior to the commencem6nt of the prototype
support
fabrication, agreement shall be made with regard to the surface coating of the support.

Agreement shall also be made with respect to the organization responsible for the checking
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lf a sample test is required on a production support, the components may be chosen at


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a Th.e client shall prepare and transmit to the testing station, at an agreed time prior to the
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. Workshop and/or erection drawings of the support.


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1- ' Requirements for lhe support.assembly or disassembly, including if necessary details for
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. Bolt tightening requirements.
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and their
respective tolerances.
. Foundation setting tolerances and verticality tolerances of the support.
L- . The category of the test (design or sample).
. The exact position of the load application points for each loading case.
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' All reactions induced on the foundations of the test support for each loading
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. lf the support is to be realigned between individual tests.
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r' . The position and the orientation of strain gauges.
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7 Test programme

The test programme shall be submitted to the client at an agreed date before
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document shall be approved by the client and returned to the testing station
the test. This
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within an agreed

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. A description of the proposed foundations for the test support.
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' A drawing of the test rigging arrangement and attachment details.

' The position of the dynamometers and/or load cells and the position of angle
transducers in
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The position of deflection measurement points.
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' Details of applied loads for each test load case, load increment and holding period.
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lf, for practical purposes, certain.loads (e.g. due to wind on the support) have
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9.2 Precautions for load application
The dynamometer/load cells shall be located in the test rigging as close
as practical to the load
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as to minimize any
load eccentricity.
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support; where this is not practical, this shall be drawn to the client's attention.
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Ouring the test
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specified loads.
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acceptable if they are
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programme. shall be included in the test

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rates and holding periods
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10.1 Load and angle measurements
] The accuracy of the dynamometers and/or loa/,.66iG))d/or angle transducers
shall be such
that errors in measurement are not greater ti$n 1 % att full scaie
lincluoing the effect of the
test rigging) The accuracy specified assumes \$gld#o deviation of 3
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and
after every test series. The calibration instruments shall be certified at least on"" y""..
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10.3 Strain measurements
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gauges and/or the instrumented members and synchronize th'e measurements of the strain
loads.
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The sequence of test loading cases shall be determined by the client and
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L. specification. lt is recommended to choose first those tests'niving the least
influence on the
results of the successive tests. lf agreed by the client, the testing-station
may adjusi the test
sequence to simplify.the test operations or to reduce the cost of the test.
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the video cross-referenced
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13 Acceptance criteria
The performance of the support shall be considered acceptable if it resists
the specified design
ilLii- loads (at 1oo %) for 1 min without failure of. any
longer holding period may have been specified. "ornpon"nt"
or assemblies even though a

l-- Permanent local deformations such as bowing or twisting of secondary members and
l' components are acceptable. ovalization of holeslnd permanlnt deformation'or ooits ir,"tt o"
accepted.

i Additionally, the requirement of clause 15 shall be fulfilled.

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14.1 Design tests


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m-a_y be replaced by other component(s). The modified strulture shall be retested to resist
10O % of the specified design loads.
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ln the event of failure between g5 % and less than 1OO % of the specified design loads, with
the exception of the final load case (frequently the destruction load case), tne sulpoiiin"tt o"
tl modified and retested. lf failure occurs in the final load case, the client may eteci 'not to retest
t1 the modified support.
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ln the event of failure at 100 % of the specified design loads but at less than 1 min into the
holding period, the client may accept the support without modification
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14.2 Sample tests


In the event of a failure at less than 100 % of the specified design load, the failed
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the event
of a subsequent failure, the client may reject the batch of supports irom which tne
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holding period, the client may accept the batch of sup-ports from which the test
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The.partial or complete replacement or modification of elements, assemblies and complete
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The selection of mater.ials, manufacturing tolerances and engineering properties (i.e. geo-
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The materials used for the fabrication of a prototype support shall be representative of the
materials used in production structures and within the appropriate industry sb"cii"jiion.
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on completion of the test series, it is recommended to take samples from the prototype
support in order to verify the compliance of the material with the specifications.
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The testing station shall document all relevant test information and data.
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c) Name of the support manufacturer.
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f) Dates and location of testing.
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S) Names of the persons present during the tests.
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i) Methods and measurements of the joints assembly.
j) Description of all anomalies and difficulties met during the assembly as well as corrective
measures adopted by the client.
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r) Brief description of the test facility including the number, location, range and calibration
charts or tables of every load and angle transducer or other load'meaJuring Oevicei, as
well as the accuracy of the equipment used to measure the test loads.
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m) Loads required at the various points on the.support and at each load level.
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s) Photographs showing the whole support before, during and after tests and, where
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temperature, etc.).
i:- u) lf required by the client, observations of noticeable permanent deformations during the
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