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International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research
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International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research

DOI: 10.1615/InterJFluidMechRes.v29.i3-4.190
9 pages

Stabilization of a Power Transmission Line Oscillations

Ye. V. Horokhov
Donbas State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Ukraine
M. I. Kazakevitch
State Technical University of Railway Transport 59/246, Kirova Str., Dnepropetrovsk, 49030, Ukraine
M. S. Khorol'sky
Ukrainian State Research, Engineering and Technological Institute of Elastomer Materials and Products 22/21 Donetsk str., Dnepropetrovsk, 49080, Ukraine
S. V. Turbin
Donbas State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture Derzhavina Str., Donetsk region, 86123, Ukraine

SINOPSIS

The article is devoted to the questions of power transmission lines' (PTL) elements damping by means of elastomeric bearings. The damping device for insulator suspension set of PTL is described. The experimental investigations of PTL elements stabilization under vibration and impulse loads are offered. Due to the done tests there had been established that the given structural unit of a damping device provokes energy dissipation at oscillations and can be successfully applied in flexible systems (as in the given insulator string). As the alternative decision the new type of elastomeric bearing reinforcement is proposed-being inclined steel plates reinforcement.


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