CYMCAP software is designed for the calculation of current carrying capacity and thermal strength for power cable installations. In the design of electrical systems, it is extremely important to determine the maximum current that the power cables can carry without losing their electrical and physical specifications. Analysis of the different conditions effecting the current carrying capacity can be do easily with the CYMCAP software.
- Full compliance with IEC 60287, IEC 60228, IEC 60853 standards
- Optimum cable selection
- Detailed analysis of all environmental conditions impacts
- Non-isothermal soil modeling
- An enriched library for all cable, pipe and load profiles
- Detailed graphical display of power cables
- User-defined load profiles
- Install systems simultaneously or at different times
- Consideration of opposite inductance in multiple systems
- Supporting all types of side by side, trefoil or irregular shape
The CYMCAP Additional Modules offer extended capabilities to the CYMCAP software, allowing modeling more installations, particularly non-standard installations. This includes the modeling of installations with multiple ductbanks and backfills each with different thermal resistivity; the calculation of the ampacity and temperature of cables in unventilated tunnels; the rating of cables in both filled and unfilled troughs; and the rating of cables in one or more non-magnetic casings.
- Multiple Duct Banks and Backfills
- Cables in Tunnels
- Cables in Troughs
- Multiple Casings
These add-on modules provide the ability to evaluate the magnetic flux density at any point on or above the ground of an underground cable installation, determine the positive and zero sequence impedances and admittances for all the cables in an installation, calculate short-circuit cable ratings, determine the optimal placement of multiple circuits within a ductbank given specified constraints and calculate the ampacity of two circuits crossing each other.
- Analysis of Cable Crossings
- Magnetic Fields Analysis
- Optimizing of Cable Ducts and Channels
- Calculation of Cable Impedance
- Classification of Cables According to Short Circuit Currents