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    Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Applies for Patent on Method of Installing a Transmission Cable Arrangement


    July 29, 2022 - Electrical Patent News

     

      Alexandria, July 29 -- Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has applied for United States patent for method of installing a transmission cable arrangement. Soerensen Johnny developed it.

      The patent application number is 17/617723. International Patent Classification codes are F03D 80/80 20060101 F03D080/80, F03D 13/25 20060101 F03D013/25, E02B 17/00 20060101 E02B017/00 and H02G 1/10 20060101 H02G001/10. Cooperative Patent Classification codes are E02B 2017/0095 20130101, F03D 13/25 20160501, E02B 2017/0065 20130101, H02G 1/10 20130101, E02B 17/00 20130101, F05B 2240/95 20130101, F03D 80/85 20160501 and E02B 2017/0091 20130101.

      The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: "Provided is a method of installing a transmission cable arrangement of an offshore wind turbine, including step of providing a cable protection assembly, wherein provision of the cable protection assembly includes the steps of installing an outer protective pipe at a marine foundation, which outer protective pipe is realized to extend from a cable hang-off to the seabed; and laying an inner protective pipe through the outer protective pipe to extend from the cable hang-off to a further destination; and wherein the method of installing a transmission cable arrangement further includes a step of loading the transmission cable arrangement into the inner protective pipe towards the further destination. A cable protection assembly and a wind turbine assembly are also provided."

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