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By Simon O. Haykin


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There are two main reasons: Reason 1. As explained before, the future transmission network will need more underground solutions. New transmission lines for future regenerative energy generation and new long transmission lines will need the GIL as a technical alternative solution. Reason 2. The cost of the first-generation GIL needs to be cut by 50% to make long-distance projects economical. This has been achieved by a new laying process and technology adopted from pipeline laying. 8 Key technical data for GIL, from EDF feasibility study (1994) [36, 37] Power per three-phase system Nominal voltage Maximum voltage Current rating System length Isolating gas mixture Type of laying 3000–4000 MW 400 kV 420 kV 4300–5700 A up to 100 km N2 > 80% and SF6 < 20% directly buried Both reasons were the basis for development programmes in 1994 to find technical solutions for a future GIL.

10 Technical data of the Kelsterbach project, Germany Type Value Nominal voltage Maximum voltage Rated current Lightning impulse voltage Switching impulse voltage Power frequency voltage Rated short-time current Rated gas pressure Insulating gas mixture Power transmission 380 kV 420 kV 2500 A 1425 kV 1050 kV 630 kV 50 kA 8 bar abs. 80% N2 /20% SF6 1800 MVA were in the way. The transmission line needed to be underground with a system length of 1 km and the substation was transferred to a building using GIS [226].

G. 2000 MVA. In parallel with the GIS development, different GIL technologies have been developed. GIL jointed with O-ring sealings and flanges, or jointed by weldings. With the different designs, different names were created: gas-insulated bus duct, compressed gas-insulated bus duct, bus bar, gas-insulated transmission line (GITL) or gas-insulated line (GIL). These names are in world-wide use today. In 1998 the international standardization organization IEC introduced the name “Gas-Insulated Transmission Line” with abbreviation GIL as the preferred term for use world-wide.

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