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Using TDR to Identify Neutral Corrosion and Splices

October 1, 2011

Q: The blog post titled Neutral Corrosion — How Much Is Too Much? includes a waveform from a TDR (time domain reflectometer, often called a radar) that is used to pinpoint bad sections of cable neutral. The TDR is also used to pinpoint splice locations on the cable. How does the TDR determine the neutral corrosion and splices on the cable? And how is the waveform read to tell them apart and to pinpoint their locations?

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Integrated Rehabilitation

September 6, 2011

When it comes to rehabilitating aging underground power cables there are basically three tool choices: A good choice, a better choice, and the best choice. The only bad choice is to do nothing at all. Integrated Rehabilitation uses all of the available tools and applies them in the order: best, better, good.

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