Additional external thermal resistance caused by heating from other cables in a group.

Where $T_4$ is the external thermal resistance of the hottest cable of the group if isolated, $T_4 + ΔT_4$ is the external thermal resistance of the hottest cable of the group taking into account the losses, assumed to be equal, in all cables of the group, and the conductor losses $W_c$ and cable joule losses $W_I$ per unit length of cable for the hottest cable of the group correspond to all cables working at a sustained 100% current.

Note: The thermal resistance to ambient $T_{4iii}$ already contains this additional external thermal resistance: $T_{4iii} = T_4 + ΔT_4$.

Symbol
$\Delta T_{\mathrm{4}}$
Unit
K./W
Formulae
$\frac{\rho_{\mathrm{4}}}{2 \pi} \ln{\left (F_{\mathrm{eq}} \right )}$
Related
$F_{\mathrm{eq}}$
$\pi$
$\rho_{\mathrm{4}}$
Used in
$k_{\mathrm{t}}$