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Design of Buried Media Tension Lines of 10 km in Length

Design of Buried Media Tension Lines of 10 km in Length

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I am designing two electric lines of 10km of length approximately these lines must be buried, what criteria or what normative should take into account for this design, since I have crosses of rivers, marshes and crossings of asphalted roads, the lines are 13.8KV and Of 34 KV, I greatly appreciate your help.

RE: Design of Buried Media Tension Lines of 10 km in Length

See[for instance]:
NESC C2-2017 Part 3. Safety Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Underground Electric Supply and Communication Lines.
NEC 2014 ARTICLE 328 Medium Voltage Cable: Type MV.
EPRI NP-7485s-Power Plant Practices to Ensure Cable Operability
General Cable- Cable Installation Manual for Power and Control Cables
IEEE 525 /1992-IEEE Guide for the Design and Installation of Cable Substations Systems in Substations

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