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110 kV to 150 kV transmission line

Belongs to:
Overhead power transmission line
Description:

110 kV - 150 kV power transmission lines belong to the high resp. extremely high voltage level and are operated with three-phase alternating current.

Frequency ranges:
  • 50–60 Hz
Type of field:
electric and magnetic

Measurements (acc. to literature)

110 kV
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
electric field strength 0.6 V/m (mean, measured) China on the first floor of an 8-storey building next to the power lines [1]
electric field strength 0.62 V/m (maximum, measured) China on the ground floor of an 8-storey building next to the power lines [1]
electric field strength 0.015 kV/m (mean, measured) Germany at a distance of 50 m and a height of 1 m above ground [2]
electric field strength 0.017 kV/m (maximum, measured) Germany at a distance of 50 m and a height of 1 m [2]
electric field strength 0.02–0.03 kV/m (measured) Germany at a distance of 100 m and a height of 1 m above ground [2]
electric field strength 0.04–0.1 kV/m (measured) Germany at a distance of 50 m and a height of 1 m above ground [2]
electric field strength 0.227 kV/m (mean, measured) Germany at a distance of 20 m and a height of 1 m [2]
electric field strength 0.241 kV/m (maximum, measured) Germany at a distance of 20 m and a height of 1 m [2]
electric field strength 530 V/m (measured) USA vertical electric field at a distance of 10 m at a current load of 300 A [3]
electric field strength 630.24 V/m (mean, measured) China on the roof of an 8 storey building next to the power lines [1]
electric field strength 635.6 V/m (maximum, measured) China on the roof of an 8-storey building next to the power lines [1]
electric field strength 0.76–0.9 kV/m (measured) Germany beneath the power lines at a height of 1 m above ground [2]
electric field strength 1.05 kV/m (mean, measured) Germany beneath the power lines at a height of 1 m above ground [2]
electric field strength 1.56 kV/m (maximum, measured) Germany beneath the power lines at a height of 1 m above ground [2]
magnetic flux density 0.01 µT (maximum, measured) Finland at a distance of 66 feet resp. 91 m [4]
magnetic flux density 0.05 µT (measured) Germany at a distance of 100 m and a height of 1 m above ground [2]
magnetic flux density 0.079 µT (mean, measured) Germany at a distance of 50 m and a height of 1 m [2]
magnetic flux density 0.1–0.15 µT (measured) Germany at a distance of 50 m and a height of 1 m above ground [2]
magnetic flux density 0.11 µT (mean, measured) China on the ground floor of an eight storey building next to the power lines [1]
magnetic flux density 0.11 µT (maximum, measured) Finland at a distance of 43 m [4]
magnetic flux density 0.17 µT (maximum, measured) Finland at a distance of 47 m [4]
magnetic flux density 0.29 µT (mean, measured) China on the roof of an eight storey building next to the power lines [1]
magnetic flux density 0.38 µT (maximum, measured) Germany at a height of 1 m above ground and actual current load [2]
magnetic flux density 0.501 µT (mean, measured) Germany at a distance of 20 m and a height of 1 m [2]
magnetic flux density 1 µT (measured) Germany at a distance of 25 m to the center of the lines and 325 A current load [5]
magnetic flux density 1.2–1.45 µT (measured) Germany at a height of 1 m beneath the power lines [2]
magnetic flux density 1.4–4.4 µT (maximum, measured) Germany for appartments adjacent to power lines at maximum current load [2]
magnetic flux density 1.77 µT (maximum, measured) USA horizontal magnetic field at a distance of 10 m [3]
magnetic flux density 2 µT (maximum, measured) Serbia at a distance of 12.6 m and a load current of 175 A [6]
magnetic flux density 2.1 µT (maximum, measured) Germany at a height of 1 m above ground and 30 % current load [2]
magnetic flux density 2.5 µT (measured) Germany at a distance of 10 m to the center of the power lines and a current load of 325 A [5]
magnetic flux density 2.949 µT (mean, measured) Germany near the lines at a height of 1 m [2]
magnetic flux density 5–30 µT (maximum, measured) Germany directly beneath the power lines [7]
magnetic flux density 5.5 µT (measured) Germany beneath the power lines at a current load of 325 A [5]
magnetic flux density 7.5 µT (maximum, measured) Germany at a height of 1 m above ground and maximum current load [2]
power density 2.41 nW/cm² (mean, measured) China on the first floor of an 8 storey building next to the power lines [1]
power density 4.48 nW/cm² (maximum, measured) China on the ground floor of an 8-storey building next to the power lines [1]
power density 2,550.02 nW/cm² (mean, measured) China on the roof of an eight-storey building next to the power lines [1]
power density 4,130 nW/cm² (maximum, measured) China on the roof of an 8 storey building next to a high voltage line [1]
110kV
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
magnetic flux density 4 µT (maximum, calculated) Slovenia at a distance of 20m to the lines [8]
magnetic flux density 14–17 µT (maximum, calculated) Slovenia at a height of 1m above ground beneath the power lines [8]
115 kHz
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
magnetic flux density 2.1 µT (measured) Japan 60 Hz power line [9]
115 kV
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
magnetic flux density 0.02 µT (measured) USA at a distance of 91.44 m for average usage [10]
magnetic flux density 0.04–0.05 µT (maximum, measured) USA at a distance of 100 m [11]
magnetic flux density 0.04 µT (maximum, measured) USA at a distance of 60.96 m for average usage [10]
magnetic flux density 0.04 µT (measured) USA at a distance of 91.44 m for peak usage [10]
magnetic flux density 0.09 µT (measured) USA at a distance of 60.96 m for peak usage [10]
magnetic flux density 0.14 µT (measured) USA at a distance of 15.24 m for peak usage [10]
magnetic flux density 0.2 µT (maximum, measured) USA at a distance of 50 m [11]
magnetic flux density 0.2 µT (maximum, measured) USA at a distance of 30.48 m for average usage [10]
magnetic flux density 0.4 µT (measured) USA at a distance of 30.48 m for peak usage [10]
magnetic flux density 0.7 µT (maximum, measured) USA at a distance of 15.24 m for average usage [10]
magnetic flux density 3 µT (maximum, measured) USA - [12]
magnetic flux density 3.5 µT (maximum, measured) USA at a distance of 10 m [11]
magnetic flux density 7.5 µT (maximum, measured) USA directly beneath the power lines [11]
132 kV
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
electric field strength 0.05 kV/m (measured) Great Britain at a distance of 25 m to the center [13]
electric field strength 1 kV/m (maximum, measured) USA at a distance of 25 m to the lines [14]
electric field strength 1.9 kV/m (maximum, measured) Great Britain at a height of 1 m during rain [15]
magnetic flux density 0.72 µT (maximum, measured) Italy beneath the power lines [16]
138 kV
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
current density 1.7 mA/m² (maximum, calculated) USA at a distance of 0.5 m [12]
150 kV
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
magnetic flux density 0.6 µT (measured) Greece at a distance of 50 m and a current load of 500 A [17]
magnetic flux density 4 µT (measured) Greece at a distance of 20 m and a current load of 500 A [17]
magnetic flux density 12.5 µT (measured) Greece at the pylon at a current load of 500 A [17]
Measurand Value Feature Remarks
magnetic flux density 10 µT (measured) - at a distance of 10 m and a current load of 500 A [17]

References

  1. Qin QZ et al. (2012): The monitoring results of electromagnetic radiation of 110-kV high-voltage lines in one urban location in Chongqing P.R. China.
  2. Neitzke HP et al. (2010): [Determination and comparison of electric and magnetic field exposures emitted by underground and overhead power lines - project 3608S03011 ].
  3. King RW (1998): Fields and currents in the organs of the human body when exposed to power lines and VLF transmitters.
  4. Verkasalo PK et al. (1997): Magnetic fields of transmission lines and depression.
  5. Börner F (2003): [BIA-Report 6/03: Electromagnetic Fields near Electrical and Electronic Appliances, Machines and Equipment].
  6. Vulevic B et al. (2011): Survey of ELF magnetic field levels in households near overhead power lines in Serbia.
  7. No authors listed (2018): [Radiation and radiation protection]
  8. Valic B et al. (2015): Typical exposure of children to EMF: exposimetry and dosimetry.
  9. Miyaji Y et al. (2014): Evaluation of magnetic field generated by power facilities in accordance with IEC 62110.
  10. EPA (1992): EMF in your Environment- Magnetic Field Measurements of Everyday Electrical Devices.
  11. Kaune WT (1993): Assessing human exposure to power-frequency electric and magnetic fields.
  12. National Research Council (1997): Possible health effects of exposure to residential electric and magnetic fields.
  13. Allen SG et al. (1994): Review of Occupational Exposure to Optical Radiation and Electric and Magnetic Fields with Regard to the Proposed CEC Physical Agents Directive. NRPB·R265
  14. Swanson J et al. (2000): Comment on the papers: Increased exposure to pollutant aerosols under high voltage power lines; and Corona ions from powerlines and increased exposure to pollutant aerosols.
  15. Fews AP et al. (1999): Increased exposure to pollutant aerosols under high voltage power lines.
  16. Licitra G et al. (2001): Evaluation of long-term exposure to the magnetic field produced from power lines.
  17. Filippopoulos G et al. (2005): Analytical calculation of the magnetic field produced by electric power lines.