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JohnBOneal
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Oct 12, 2022
10:04 PM
Expand the full text Fig. 4 Cross branch connection of single-strand copper conductor As shown in Fig. 5,ti6al4v, tightly wind the wire ends of the upper and lower branch core wires on the trunk core wire for 5 to 8 circles, and then cut off the redundant wire ends. The wire ends of the upper and lower branch core wires may be wound in one direction [see fig. 5 (a)] or in both left and right directions [see fig. 5 (B)]. Fig. 5 (3) Direct connection of stranded copper conductors. The direct connection of multi-strand copper conductor is shown in Figure 6. Firstly, straighten the multi-strand core wire with the insulation layer stripped, twist and tighten about 1/3 of the core wire close to the insulation layer, and spread the remaining 2/3 of the core wire in an umbrella shape. The core wire of another conductor to be connected is also treated in this way. Then the two umbrella-shaped core wires are inserted into each other oppositely and then the core wires are kneaded, and then the thread ends of the core wires on each side are divided into three groups, wherein the thread ends of the first group on one side are firstly warped and tightly wound on the core wire, then the thread heads of the second group are warped and tightly wound on the core wire, and finally the thread heads of the third group are warped and tightly wrapped on the cores. Wrap the thread ends on the other side in the same way. Fig. 6 (4) Branch connection of multi-strand copper conductor. There are two methods for T-shaped branch connection of multi-strand copper conductor. One method is as shown in Figure 7. The branch core wire is bent by 90 ° and then parallel to the trunk core wire [see Figure 7 (a)], and then the wire end is folded back and tightly wound on the core wire [see Figure 7 (B)]. Fig. 7 Another method is as shown in Fig. 8. Twist and tighten about 1/8 core wires of the branch core wires close to the insulation layer, and divide the remaining 7/8 core wires into two groups [see Fig. 8 (a)]. One group is inserted into the trunk core wires,3d titanium wire, and the other group is placed in front of the trunk core wires, and wound 4 to 5 turns to the right in the direction shown in Fig. the surface of the aluminum core wire is very easy to oxidize, which will cause line failure over time, so the aluminum conductor is usually connected by pressing. 2. Pressing connection Pressing connection means that a copper or aluminum sleeve is sleeved on the connected core wire, Titanium 6Al4V wire ,titanium bar grade 5, and then the sleeve is pressed with a crimping plier or a crimping die to keep the core wire connected. conductor joint with a perature flame of the gas welding gun to heat the connection points of the aluminum core wires,titanium sheet grade 5, so that the aluminum core wires to be connected are melted and connected with each other. Before gas welding, the aluminum core wires to be connected shall be stranded or bound with aluminum wires or iron wires, as shown in Fig. 19. Source: Electrician Electrical Learning Figure 19 Return to Sohu to see more Responsible Editor:. yunchtitanium.com


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