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AT THE CORE OF PERFORMANCE
AT THE CORE OF PERFORMANCE
A worldwide presence
Serving customers
on all continents
Industrial presence
in 40 countries and
commercial activities
worldwide
23,700 local experts
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AT THE CORE OF PERFORMANCE
A worldwide leading expert in the cable industry
2010 Sales by geographic area *
16%
46%
Europe
North America
13%
South America
Sales in 2010
of over 6 billion Euro
11%
14%
Asia-Pacific
Middle East,
Russia and
Africa
Listed on the NYSE
Euronext Paris
* At constant non-ferrous metal prices
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AT THE CORE OF PERFORMANCE
Customers operating in 5 key sectors
Energy
Resources
Non-renewable
 Oil
and gas
 Mining
Energy
Infrastructures
 Power
transmission
networks
 Power
distribution
networks
Renewable
 Wind
turbines
 Photovoltaic
Transportation
 Aerospace
and military
 Airport
 Automotive
 Non
residential
building (Health,
education,
commercial)
 Residential
building
 Handling
networks
Power plants
 Rolling
 Petrochemical
 Shipbuilding
 Nuclear
networks
Building
infrastructure
 Railway
 Thermal
 Telecommunication
 LAN
infrastructure
 Port
Communication
stock
and navy
 Automation
 Biomass
 Hydropower
 Geothermal
 Tidal
farms
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AT THE CORE OF PERFORMANCE
Customer driven research, focusing on innovation
Research Centers
Development Networks
Application Centers
researchers, engineers and technicians
families of patents registered
An average of
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new products per week
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OFFRE GLOBALE
NEXANS
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OFFRE GLOBALE
High Added Value
Products and services
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Cables MT
Selon les normes :
CEI 60502-2 and NF
C (33 220 – 33 226)
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2011
NPAF
products
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Transformateurs et Equipements Electriques
Tableaux HTA AIS
Postes Préfabriqués HTA/BT
CEI - 60 076
CEI - 62271-200
CEI - 62271-202
licence
Transformateurs
H61 – Haut de poteau
Clipper C32/C37
Jusqu’à 36kV-160 kVA
Distribution rural
• Couloir de manoeuvre
• Jusqu’à 800 kVA
• Manœuvres intérieures
H59 – Type Cabine
Juqu’à 36kV
Distribution Urbaine
Postes HTA/BT
• Enveloppe CCV
ALTO L4
Cellules Interrupteurs
(Trilogies) pour postes à
comptage BT, DP ou abonnés
• Jusqu’à 630 kVA
• Manœuvres extérieures
Under
• Enveloppe CCV
H59 – Moyenne
Puissance
Jusqu’à 3,15 MVA
PUC-M
• Jusqu’à 630 kVA
• Manœuvres extérieures
•Enveloppe métallique
Gamme Puissance
Jusqu’à 53MVA 72,5kV
Postes sources HT/MTPostes de livraison à comptage
Utilities
HTA
Under
licence
Under
ALTO A
• Jusqu’à 250 kVA
• Bas de poteau
• Enveloppe CCV
licence
Date et page . 9
Concept Postes Préfabriqués en CCV
TIPI
LV CB
GIS
AIS
DDS
TUR
PA
Conçus, fabriqués et testés selon la CEI 62271-202
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Champs d’application
des accessoires de raccordement
HTA
BT
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Power Accessories
Produits
Une gamme de produits complète
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INNOVATIONS
TECHNOLOGIQUES
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OHL compact design
AERO-Z
CONDUCTORS
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AERO-Z® compact design
Features
Low drag
Aerodynamic design
AERO-Z®
Drag Coefficient
Cross-sections up to 1144mm²
Aluminium or All Aluminum-Alloy
Outer layers with Z-shaped wires
ACSR-Z, AACSR-Z, ACAR-Z, AAAC-Z, etc… available.
High conductibility aluminium alloy (AAAC Aero-Z HC®).
Lo-Sag™ Aero-Z super light low sag conductor.
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Transmission System Operators needs
Less
losses,
Less
CO2
New lines
and
interconnections
Less
towers
Higher
Efficiency
&
Reliability
Create such demand
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Additional
Capacity
Same
right of
ways
Refurbishment
and upgrade of
existing lines
More
safety
Answer to a demand
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AERO-Z® vs ACSR
Conclusion
Transport ampacity
Higher
Line losses
Lower
Span lengths
Longer
Drag coefficient
Lower
Internal protection
Better
Weight (compared to ACSR)
Lower
Self-damping
Better
Galloping
Lower
Return on Investment
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Quicker
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(SNEL)
Real example
Span Lengths
At same ampacity Aero-Z enables the reduction of outer diameter, so the weight and
we can therefore increase the distance between towers (new lines):
AAAC Aster 570 mm² (dia. 31,05mm) round wires
: 400m span
AAAC Aero-Z® 666mm²-2Z (same diameter)
: 436m span  9 % less towers
AAAC Aero-Z® 592mm²-2Z
: 447m span  11 % less towers
Aero-Z enables earnings on tower / civil works costs :
- Cheaper
- Link faster to install and to put into service (NPV improved)
- Less maintenance costs
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HIGH-END Solution
LoSag™
CONDUCTORS
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Aluminium Conductor Composite Core
Lo-Sag™Nexans major features
High tensile strength carbon fibers
in an epoxy matrix to carry most or all
of the mechanical load of the conductor :
- high glass transition temperature
- high breaking load
- high elastic modulus
- low coefficient of thermal expansion
- good creep properties
Lo-Sag™
Appropriate protective cladding :
1. prevent thermal oxidation
2. mechanical protection
3. avoid galvanic current
4. avoid delaminating as a result of exposure
to moisture and ultraviolet radiation
5. chemical protection (ozone, pollution,...)
Aluminium Zirconium strands:
2 or 3 layers of shaped wires Aero-Z®
No stress damage on wires = No failure / fall
down
of line (in case of core break)
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LO-SAG Conductor
TM
Sag Comparison
ACSR DOVE 556.5 MCM LO-SAGTM AeroZ AT1 673.1 MCM
• Ampacity: 690 A @ 70oC • Ampacity: 1380 A @ 150oC (+100%)
• 165 MW
• 330 MW
• Sag – 9.3 m
• Sag – 8.1 m
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LoSag™ vs ACSR
CONCLUSION
Transport Ampacity
Much Higher
Line losses
Lower
Span lengths
Much Longer
Drag coefficient
Lower
Internal protection
Better
Weight (compared to ACSR)
Self-damping
Galloping
Return on Investment
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Much Lower
Similar
Lower
Quicker
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Some Nexans references
With OHL Hi-End Solutions
CUSTOMER PROJECT
VOLTAGE
Russia or Elia
Severals
110 – 400kV
1.400 Km
AACSR-Z 177 to
928 mm2
2008 – 12
NIGELEC
Inter. Niger Nigeria
132kV
800 Km
AERO-Z 242
2011
RTE
Cantegrit /
Mouguerre &
Beaumont /
Chaffard /
Coulange
225kV
&
400kV
896 Km
ACSS-TW 687R
2010-12
586 Km
ACSS-TW 573R
&
ACSS-TW 687R
2011 &
2012-19
RTE
Ligth S.A.
(Brasil)
Le Havre /
Rougemontier
Uprating
Project
(Complete
System)
400kV
400kV
QUANTITY
4,4 Km
CONDUCTOR
Lo-Sag™
340/39
Aero-Z®
YEAR
2011
Large experience worldwide all landscapes, all
environments
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Réseaux d’Énergie Unité de Bourg-en-Bresse
Câbles HTA à Enterrabilité Directe Renforcée
EDR
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Réseaux d’Énergie Unité de Bourg-en-Bresse
Câbles HTA à Enterrabilité Directe Renforcée
Sur-gainage des torsades
NFC 33-226 avec gaine Pe
pour les conducteurs de
phase
E.Siméon, Bourg,, page n° 25
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Réseaux d’Énergie Unité de Bourg-en-Bresse
Câbles HTA à Enterrabilité Directe Renforcée
Généralités
1- Conduite du chantier dispensée des contraintes
de sablage dans les zones rurales difficiles d’accès
2- Ré-utilisation des déblais comme remblais
3- Gain de temps à la pose
4- Possibilité de tranchées plus étroites et moins
profondes
5- Simplification du travail d’installation dans les
zones urbaines.
E.Siméon, Bourg,, page n° 26
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Réseaux d’Énergie Unité de Bourg-en-Bresse
Câbles HTA à Enterrabilité Directe Renforcée
Avantages de la solution Nexans 1/2
1- Augmentation du poids et du diamètre du câble
limitée à la fonctionnalité.
2- Applicable à tous les modèles de torsades : ,
NFC 33-226 etc..
3- Situation classique d’ installation/montage une
fois la(es) gaine(s) extérieure(s) de protection
retirée(s) donc compatible avec les matériels de
raccordement existants.
E.Siméon, Bourg,, page n° 27
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AT THE CORE OF PERFORMANCE
Thank you for your attention
www.nexans.com
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