The first thing I notice is you are squaring the diameter, not the radius. They are getting around this by using 3.14/4 (.785) instead of pi. Try it using .25 for the radius, squaring that and multiplying it by 3.14
Re: Siamese Cable Fill Calculation#90152 11/01/0403:38 PM11/01/0403:38 PM
If I was being lazy or didn't have a calculator I would look at table 5, pick a conductor the size of my cable (in your case 2/0 TFE,PFA,PFAH,Z is close enough for guv'mint work at .508), then use the conduit fill table in annex C.
Re: Siamese Cable Fill Calculation#90153 11/01/0403:48 PM11/01/0403:48 PM
Hi, Thanks for the reply. I did that already but I know that there are different calcs for straight runs or runs with conduit bends and maybe some other factors I am not quite sure on when dealing with this type of cable.
The calculation I did was from a recent thread in the forum on the same subject.
I will look at the calculation again.
I am not sure if it is right.
[This message has been edited by mustangelectric (edited 11-01-2004).]
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Re: Siamese Cable Fill Calculation#90154 11/01/0406:53 PM11/01/0406:53 PM