Cable AC Resistance calculation

Dear Sir,

      How to calculate the cable AC resistance for 10 sqmm cable.The only problem is calculating the skin effect and proximity effect .Please give some derived examples for calculating skin and proximity effects.

 


asked 11/11/2015
Kavinraj.G2
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