buried cable

buried cable

An underground cable which is installed so that it cannot be removed without disturbing the soil.
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Usually, the location of the buried cable is initially marked with a series of flags inserted into the ground in a line.
Extensive oceanographic surveys conducted since 1978 indicate that the severe risk from ice scour of buried cable had to be addressed.
There had been claims by opponents that pylons would need to be built but the decision by Gwynedd Council's planning committee means SPH can feed power generated by the new facility into the North Wales electricity grid via a buried cable.
Buried cable typically includes steel armouring to provide the strength required to withstand many years underground.
Our ILEC and CLEC service territory covers 3,400 square miles of buried cable.
EAC system is bifurcated into three major technologies, authentication system (biometric and card based authentication system), intruder alarm system and perimeter security system (free standing, buried cable and fence mounted security system) and end-user segment (government, commercial, industrial and residential).
Improving the resistance of 500 kV underground buried cable earthing extending from Oyoun Moussa/ taba serving 650 towers carrying the overhead power transmission line as per the given soil nature research.
Then cut, separate and strip the ends of the buried cable (Photo 1).
CenturyLink's announcement did not indicate whether overhead lines or buried cable were stolen.
7m, the order includes the supply and installation of buried cable intrusion detection systems at both airports.
Despite the rejection of the substation application, a separate application covering part of the buried cable system needed to connect the energy to the National Grid was approved by Breckland Council.
Network Rail has invested in CCTV, buried cable and installed trembler devices which set off an alarm when cables are disturbed.