Overhead electrical lines exceeding AC 1 kV - Part 2-15: National Normative Aspects (NNAs) for the Netherlands (based on EN 50341-1:2012)

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Nadzemni električni vodi za izmenične napetosti nad 1 kV - 2-15. del: Nacionalna normativna določila (NNA) za Nizozemsko (na podlagi EN 50341-1:2012)

Standard EN 50341-2-15 se uporablja samo za nove visokonapetostne nadzemne vode in ne za obstoječe vode na Nizozemskem. To nacionalno normativno določilo (NNA) določa zahteve za uporabo plastičnih kablov, s kovino ali brez (ADSS), za telekomunikacijo in prevodniške/ozemljitvene sisteme (npr. ovojni kabli). To nacionalno normativno določilo se uporablja za pritrditev konstrukcijskih elementov za telekomunikacijo (npr. krožnikov), če so nameščeni na nosilcih električnih vodov (stolpih), zlasti glede sile vetra in obremenitve ledu na takšnih fiksnih elementih. Uporablja se za nadzemne električne vode za izmenične napetosti od 1 kV do 45 kV. 1. del tega standarda se uporablja brez posebnih nacionalnih pogojev (SNC) oziroma nacionalnih dopolnil (NCPT).

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 50341-2-15:2019
01-december-2019
Nadzemni električni vodi za izmenične napetosti nad 1 kV - 2-15. del: Nacionalna
normativna določila (NNA) za Nizozemsko (na podlagi EN 50341-1:2012)

Overhead electrical lines exceeding AC 1 kV - Part 2-15: National Normative Aspects

(NNAs) for the Netherlands (based on EN 50341-1:2012)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 50341-2-15:2019
ICS:
29.240.20 Daljnovodi Power transmission and
distribution lines
SIST EN 50341-2-15:2019 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN 50341-2-15:2019
EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 50341-2-15
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
May 2019
ICS 29.240.20
English Version
Overhead electrical lines exceeding AC 1 kV - Part 2-15:
National Normative Aspects (NNAs) for the Netherlands (based
on EN 50341-1:2012)
This European Standard was approved by CENELEC on 2019-05-22.

CENELEC members are the national electrotechnical committees of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic,

Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,

Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization
Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique
Europäisches Komitee für Elektrotechnische Normung
CEN-CENELEC Management Centre: Rue de la Science 23, B-1040 Brussels

© 2019 CENELEC All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CENELEC Members.

Ref. No. EN 50341-2-15:2019 E
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Contents
page

European foreword ................................................................................................... 5

1 Scope ................................................................................................................. 7

2 Normative references, definitions and symbols

2.1 Normative references ............................................................................... 8

2.2 Definitions .............................................................................................. 10

2.3 Symbols ................................................................................................. 10

3 Basis of design

3.2 Requirements of overhead lines........................................................ ...... 12

3.2.2 Reliability requirements .......................................................................... 12

3.2.4 Safety requirements ............................................................................... 12

3.2.6 Additional considerations ........................................................................ 12

3.3 Limit states ............................................................................................. 13

3.3.3 Serviceability limit states........................................... .............................. 13

4 Actions on lines

4.1 Introduction........................................................... ................................... 14

4.3 Wind loads.................................... .......................................................... 14

4.3.2 Mean wind velocity.................................... .............................................. 14

4.3.4 Turbulence intensity and peak wind pressure.......................................... 14

4.3.5 Wind forces on any overhead line component.................................... ..... 15

4.4 Wind forces on overhead line components.................................... .......... 19

4.4.1 Wind forces on conductors.................................... .................................. 19

4.4.1.1 General.................................... ............................................................... 19

4.4.1.2 Structural factor.................................... ................................................... 19

4.4.1.3 Drag factor.................................... .......................................................... 20

4.4.3 Wind forces on lattice towers.................................. ................................ 20

4.4.3.1 General.................................. ................................................................. 20

4.4.4 Wind forces on poles............................................... ................................ 21

4.5 Ice loads................................................................. ................................. 22

4.6 Combined wind and ice loads ................................................................. 22

4.6.2 Drag factors and ice densities ................................................................ 22

4.6.4 Equivalent diameter D of ice covered conductors ................................... 22

4.6.6 Combination of wind velocities and ice loads .......................................... 23

4.6.6.1 Extreme ice load I combined with a high probability wind velocity V .... 23

T IH

4.6.6.2 Nominal ice load I combined with a low probability wind velocity V ...... 23

3 IL

4.7 Temperature effects ............................................................................... 23

4.8 Security loads ......................................................................................... 23

4.9 Safety loads ........................................................................................... 23

4.9.1 Safety loads (construction and maintenance loads) ................................ 23

4.11 Other special forces ............................................................................... 24

4.11.1 Avalanches, creeping snow .................................................................... 24

4.11.2 Earthquakes ........................................................................................... 24

4.11.3 Floating ice or collisions ......................................................................... 24

4.11.4 Loads due to line galloping ..................................................................... 25

4.12 Load cases ............................................. ................................................ 25

4.12.2 Standard load cases ............................................. .................................. 25

4.13 Partial factors for actions ....................................... ................................. 26

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5 Electrical requirements

5.2 Currents ................................................................................................. 28

5.2.1 Normal current ....................................................................................... 28

5.2.2 Short-circuit current ................................................................................ 28

5.4 Classification of voltages and overvoltages ............................................ 28

5.4.5 Representative fast-front overvoltages ................................................... 28

5.5 Minimum air clearance distances to avoid flashover ............................... 28

5.5.2 Application of the theoretical method in annex E .................................... 28

5.6 Load cases for calculation of clearances ................. .............................. 30

5.6.2 Maximum conductor temperature ................. ......................................... 30

5.6.3 Wind loads for determination of electrical clearances ................. ........... 30

5.6.3.2 Nominal wind loads for determination of internal and external

electrical clearances ................................................................................................. 30

5.6.3.3 Extreme wind loads for determination of internal clearances .................. 31

5.6.4 Ice load for determination of electrical clearances .................................. 31

5.6.5 Combined wind and ice loads ................................................................. 31

5.8 Internal clearances within the span and the top of the support ............... 31

5.9 External clearances ................................................................................ 32

5.9.1 General .................................................................................................. 32

5.9.2 External clearances to ground in areas remote from buildings,

roads, etc. ............................................................................................................... 33

5.9.3 External clearances to residential and other buildings ............................ 33

5.9.4 External clearances to crossing traffic routes ......................................... 35

5.9.5 External clearances to adjacent traffic routes ......................................... 36

5.9.6 External clearances to other powerlines or overhead

telecommunication lines ........................................................................................... 36

5.10 Corona effect .......................................................................................... 37

5.10.1 Radio noise ............................................................................................ 37

5.10.1.3 Noise limits ............................................................................................. 37

5.10.2 Audible noise .......................................................................................... 37

5.10.2.3 Noise limit............................................................................................... 37

5.11 Electric and magnetic fields .................................................................... 37

5.11.2 Electric and magnetic field induction ....................................................... 37

6 Earthing systems

6.1 Introduction ............................................................................................ 38

6.1.2 Requirements for dimensioning of earthing systems .............................. 38

6.1.3 Earthing measures against lightning effects ........................................... 38

6.4 Dimensioning with regard to human safety ............................................. 38

6.4.1 Permissible values for touch values........................................................ 38

6.4.2 Touch voltage limits at different locations ............................................... 39

6.4.3 Basic design of earthing systems with regard to permissible touch voltage 40

6.4.4 Measures in systems with isolated neutral or resonant earthing ............. 40

7 Supports

7.1 Initial design considerations ................................................................... 41

7.1.2 Structural design resistance of a pole ..................................................... 41

7.1.3 Buckling resistance ................................................................................ 41

7.2 Materials ................................................................................................ 41

7.2.3 Requirements for steel grades subject to galvanising ............................. 41

7.2.7 Guy materials ......................................................................................... 41

7.2.8 Other materials ....................................................................................... 41

7.3 Lattice steel towers ................................................................................. 41

7.3.5 Structural analysis .................................................................................. 41

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7.3.6 Ultimate limit states ................................................................................ 44

7.3.7 Serviceability limit states ........................................................................ 44

7.3.8 Resistance of connections ...................................................................... 44

7.3.9 Design assisted by testing ...................................................................... 45

7.4 Steel poles ............................................................................................. 46

7.4.6 Ultimate limit states (EN 1993-1-1:2005 – Chapter 6) ............................. 46

7.4.6.2 Resistance of cross section areas .......................................................... 46

7.4.7 Serviceability limit states (EN 1993-1-1:2005 – Chapter 7) ..................... 46

7.4.10 Fatigue ................................................................................................... 46

7.6 Concrete poles ....................................................................................... 47

7.6.4 Ultimate limit states ................................................................................ 47

7.6.5 Serviceability limit states ........................................................................ 47

7.9 Corrosion protection and finishes ........................................................... 47

7.10 Maintenance facilities ............................................................................. 47

8 Foundations

8.2 Basis of geotechnical design (EN 1997-1:2004 – Section 2) .................. 48

8.2.2 Geotechnical design by calculation......................................................... 48

9 Conductors and earthwires

9.1 Introduction ............................................................................................ 49

9.6 General requirements ............................................................................. 49

9.6.2 Partial factor for conductors .................................................................... 49

10 Insulators

10.2 Standard electrical requirements ............................................................ 50

10.4 Pollution performance requirements ....................................................... 50

10.5 Power arc requirements ......................................................................... 50

10.7 Mechanical requirements ....................................................................... 50

11 Hardware

11.5 Short circuit current and power arc requirements ................................... 51

11.6 Mechanical requirements ....................................................................... 51

11.8 Material selection and specification ........................................................ 51

12 Quality assurance, checks and taking-over ......................................................... 52

Annex NA Safety measures for supports ......................................................... 53

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European foreword

1 The Netherlands National Committee (NC) is identified by the following address:

Koninklijk Nederlands Elektrotechnisch Comité (NEC)
Vlinderweg 6,
PO Box 5059
2600 GB DELFT
the Netherlands
Tel.: +31 15 2690 390
Email: nec@nen.nl
Relevant standards committee: NEC 11/36 “Hoogspanningslijnen en isolatoren”
(Overhead high-voltage lines and insulators)

2 The Netherlands NC has prepared this Part 2-15 of EN 50341, listing the Netherlands

National Normative Aspects (NNA), under its sole responsibility, and duly passed it

through the CENELEC and CLC/TC 11 procedures. This NNA to EN 50341 has been
accepted by the Dutch standards Committee 351001 “Technische Grondslagen voor

Bouwconstructies”, responsible for the structural and geotechnical design standards in

the Netherlands, as being in accordance with the safety philosophy for structures in the

Netherlands.

NOTE: The Netherlands NC also takes sole responsibility for the technically correct co-ordination of this

NNA with EN 50341-1. It has performed the necessary checks in the frame of quality assurance/control.

However, it is noted that this quality check has been made in the framework of the general responsibility of

a standards committee under the national laws/regulations.

This Part 2-15 specifies the values of the Nationally Determined Parameters for use in

the Netherlands. Herewith it can be demonstrated that a construction work achieves

the level of structural safety as required by Dutch building regulations. This NNA also

includes complementary requirements which are non-conflicting with NEN-EN 1990
and the Dutch National Annex to EN 1990. This complementary text may be of

normative nature, but also of informative nature (e.g. notes). Also decisions on the

application (normative or informative) in the Netherlands of the informative Annexes to

the standard itself are specified in the National Annex.
3 This NNA is normative in the Netherlands and informative for other countries.

4 This NNA has to be read in conjunction with Part 1 (EN 50341-1). All clause numbers

used in this NNA correspond to those of Part 1. Specific subclauses, which are prefixed

“NL”, are to be read as amendments to the relevant text in Part 1. Any necessary

clarification regarding the application of NNA in conjunction with Part 1 shall be referred

to the Netherlands NC who will, in co-operation with CLC/TC 11, clarify the
requirements.

When no reference is made in this NNA to a specific subclause, then Part 1 applies.

5 In the case of “boxed values” defined in Part 1, amended values (if any) which are

defined in this NNA shall be taken into account in the Netherlands.

However any boxed value, whether in Part 1 or in this NNA, shall not be amended in

the direction of greater risk in a Project Specification.

6 The national Netherlands standards/regulations related to overhead electrical lines

exceeding 45 kV (A.C.) are identified/listed in subclauses 2.1/NL.1 and 2.1/NL.2.

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NOTE: All national standards referred to in this NNA will be replaced by the relevant European Standards

as soon as they become available and are declared by the Netherlands NC to be applicable and thus

reported to the secretary of CLC/TC 11.
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1 Scope
(ncpt) NL.1 Application to existing overhead lines

This NNA is applicable for new high-voltage overhead lines only, not for existing

lines in the Netherlands.

NOTE: If some planning/design or modification works on existing lines in the Netherlands has to be

performed, the structural integrity shall be assessed based on the following generic building

standards:

− NEN 8700 “Assessment of existing structures in case of reconstruction and disapproval – Basic

Rules” and

− NEN 8701 “Assessment of existing structures in case of reconstruction and disapproval –

Actions

NEN 8700 and NEN 8701 shall be used in conjunction with EN 50341 part 1 and this NNA.

NEN 8700 and NEN 8701 are based on NEN-EN 1990.
EN 50341-1 “Overhead electrical lines exceeding 1 kV” is based on EN 1990.

Where in NEN-EN 1990 and NEN-EN 50341 is referred to 'design' that term should be read in the

context of the applying this standard to a review or assessment, by an analysis, as 'verification'. In

case of construction re-design this must be understood as referring only to the part of the structure

that is subject of the re-design.
(ncpt) NL.2 Application to cables for telecommunication

This NNA includes the requirements for application of plastic cables, with metal or

without (ADSS) metal, for telecommunication, as well as for conductor/earthwire
(groundwire) systems (e.g. wraparound,....).
(ncpt) NL.3 Application to mounting of telecommunication equipment

This NNA is applicable for fixing of structural elements for telecommunication (e.g.

dishes), if mounted on power line supports (towers), especially regarding the wind

forces and ice loads on such fixed elements.
(ncpt) NL.4 Applicability
This NNA is applicable to overhead electrical lines exceeding 45 kV (A.C.).
To overhead electrical lines exceeding 1 kV (A.C.) but lower than 45 kV (A.C.)
Part 1 is applicable without special national conditions (snc) or national
complements (ncpt).
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2 Normative references , definitions and symbols
2.1 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this
document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated
references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any
amendments, corrigenda and national annexes) applies.
(ncpt) NL.1 National normative standards
NEN-EN 1090-2 Het vervaardigen van staal- en aluminiumconstructies - Deel 2:
Technische eisen voor staalconstructies
Execution of steel structures and aluminium structures - Part 2: Technical
requirements for steel structures
NEN-EN 1990 Eurocode - Grondslagen van het constructief ontwerp (nationale
bijlage)
Eurocode - Basis of structural design
NEN-EN 1991-1-4 Eurocode 1: Belastingen op constructies - Deel 1-4: Algemene
belastingen – Windbelasting
Eurocode 1: Actions on structures - Part 1-4: General actions - Wind actions
NEN-EN 1991-1-7 Eurocode 1: Belastingen op constructies -Deel 1-7: Algemene
belastingen – Buitengewone belastingen: stootbelastingen en ontploffingen

Eurocode 1: Actions on structures – Part 1-7: General actions - Accidental actions

NEN-EN 1992-1-1 Eurocode 2: Ontwerp en berekening van betonconstructies -
Deel 1-1: Algemene regels en regels voor gebouwen

Eurocode 2: Design of concrete structures - Part 1-1: General rules and rules for

buildings
NEN-EN 1993-1-1 Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies -
Deel 1-1: Algemene regels en regels voor gebouwen.
Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures - Part 1-1: General rules and rules for
buildings
NEN-EN 1993-1-6 Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies -
Deel 1-6: Algemene regels - Sterkte en Stabiliteit van Schaalconstructies

Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures – Part 1-6: General - Strength and Stability

of Shell Structures
NEN-EN 1993-1-8 Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies -
Deel 1-8: Ontwerp en berekening van verbindingen
Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures - Part 1-8: Design of joints
NEN-EN 1993-1-9 Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies -
Deel 1-9: Vermoeiing
Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures -Part 1-9: Fatigue
NEN-EN 1993-1-10 Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies –
Deel 1-10: Materiaaltaaiheid en eigenschappen in de dikterichting
Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures – Part 1-10: Material toughness and
throughthickness properties
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NEN-EN 1993-1-11 Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies -
Deel 1-11: Ontwerp en berekening van op trek belaste componenten
Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures - Part 1-11: Design of structures with
tension components
NEN-EN 1993-3-1 Eurocode 3: Ontwerp en berekening van staalconstructies -
Deel 3-1: Torens, masten en schoorstenen - Torens en masten
Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures - Part 3-1: Towers, masts and chimneys –
Towers and masts
NEN-EN 1997-1 Eurocode 7: Geotechnisch ontwerp - Deel 1: Algemene regels
Eurocode 7: Geotechnical design - Part 1: General rules
NEN-EN 1998-1 Eurocode 8: Ontwerp en berekening van aardbevingsbestendige
constructies – Deel 1: Algemene regels, seismische belastingen en regels voor
gebouwen

Eurocode 8: Design of structures for earthquake resistance - Part 1: General rules,

seismic actions and rules for buildings
NEN-EN 1999-1-1 Eurocode 9: Ontwerp en berekening van aluminium-
constructies - Deel 1-1: Algemene regels
Eurocode 9: Design of aluminium structures - Part 1-1: General structural rules
NEN-EN 50341-1:2013 Bovengrondse hoogspanningslijnen voor wisselspanning
hoger dan 1 kV - Deel 1: Algemene eisen - Gemeenschappelijke specificaties
Overhead electrical lines exceeding AC 1 kV - Part 1: General equirements –
Common specifications
NEN-EN-ISO 14713-2 Zinken deklagen - Richtlijnen en aanbevelingen voor de

bescherming van ijzer en staal in constructies tegen corrosie - Deel 2: Thermisch

verzinken
Zinc coatings - Guidelines and recommendations for the protection against
corrosion of iron and steel in structures - Part 2: Hot dip galvanising
NEN 1010 Elektrische installaties voor laagspanning - Nederlandse implementatie
van de HD-IEC 60364-reeks
Electrical installations for low-voltage - Dutch implementation of the HD-IEC
60364-series
NEN 3011:2015 Veiligheidskleuren en -tekens in de werkomgeving en in de
openbare ruimte
Safety colours and safety signs in workplaces and in public areas
NEN 3654 Wederzijdse beïnvloeding van buisleidingen en
hoogspanningssystemen
Mutual influence of pipelines and high-voltage circuits
NPR 9998 Beoordeling van de constructieve veiligheid van een gebouw bij
nieuwbouw, verbouw en afkeuren – Grondslagen voor aardbevingsbelastingen:
geïnduceerde aardbevingen
Assessment of buildings in case of erection, reconstruction and disapproval –
Basic rules for seismic actions: induced earthquakes

NEN-EN-IEC 60071-2:2018 Insulation co-ordination - Part 2: Application guidelines

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NPR-IEC/TS 60479-series Gevolgen van stroom voor mensen en levende have
Effects of current on human beings and livestock
NPR-IEC/TS 60815-1 Selectie en dimensionering van hoogspanningsisolatoren
bedoeld voor het gebruik in vervuilde omstandigheden - Deel 1: Definities,
informatie en algemene uitgangspunten

Selection and dimensioning of high-voltage insulators intended for use in polluted

conditions - Part 1: Definitions, information and general principles
NPR-IEC/TS 60815-2 Selectie en dimensionering van hoogspanningsisolatoren
bedoeld voor het gebruik in vervuilde omstandigheden - Deel 2: Keramische en
glazen isolatoren voor wisselspanning

Selection and dimensioning of high-voltage insulators intended for use in polluted

conditions - Part 2: Ceramic and glass insulators for a.c. systems
NPR-IEC/TS 60815-3 Selectie en dimensionering van hoogspanningsisolatoren
bedoeld voor het gebruik in vervuilde omstandigheden - Deel 3:
Polymeerisolatoren voor wisselspanning

Selection and dimensioning of high-voltage insulators intended for use in polluted

conditions - Part 3: Polymer insulators for a.c. systems
(ncpt) NL.2 Informative documents
API Recommended Practice RP2A-WSD Planning, Designing, and Constructing
Fixed Offshore Platforms—Working Stress Design
CIGRE-paper 322 State of the art of conductor galloping
CUR Aanbeveling 96 Vezelversterkte kunststoffen in civiele draagconstructies.
Recommendation 96 FRP Composite structures
IRPA/INERC Guidelines, Interim guidelines of limits of exposure to 50/60 Hz
electric and magnetic field, Health Physics, Vol. 58 No 1, January 1990
2.2 Definitions
(ncpt) NL.1 Every Day Stress (EDS) loads
Loads under no wind conditions and 10 C ambient temperature, without load
factors.
2.3 List of symbols
(ncpt) NL.1
c wind directional factor
dir
c reliability factor
prob
D the sag in each span at maximum conductor temperature
max
F the minimum tensile force in the conductor in [N] at the maximum
min
conductor temperature
g characteristic ice load on conductors in [N/m]
G structural resonance factor for lattice towers
G structural resonance factor for steel poles
pol
p the lowest value of the catenary constant, for which the line has been
min
designed.
sag the biggest midspan sag at 0 ºC without wind
0ºC
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sag the biggest midspan sag at 10 ºC without wind
10ºC
w the unit weight of the conductor in [N/m]
γ partial factor fatigue strength
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3 Basis of design
3.2 Requirements of overhead lines
3.2.2 Reliability requirements
(ncpt) NL.1 Consequence Class CC2 according to NEN-EN 1990 has to be used.
NOTE: The reliability level of CC2 is slighly higher than level 3 in Part 1.

(ncpt) NL.2 For overhead lines with design life of less than 50 years the wind load may

be reduced by using the following formula (according to
NEN-EN 1991-1-4+A1+C2:2011/NB:2011, clause 4.2):
c = [1 - 0,2 ln(-ln(1-1/t))]/[1 - 0,2 ln(-ln(1-1/t ))]
prob 50
For overhead lines with design life of less than 50 years the ice load may be
reduced by using the following formula:
c = [1 + 0,33 (1-a) ln(t/t )]
prob 50
where:
t = the value of the design life in years, but not less than 15 years
t = 50
a = 0,1 for ice region A
a = 0,28 for ice region B.

(ncpt) NL.3 For temporary lines a reduced return period of 15 years may be applied

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