[Tagging] power lines/cables power
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Sun Nov 15 18:17:07 UTC 2020
That's an interesting question.
Power transformers can have rating=* to state how many power they can
I see no problem to add it to a power relation like the one involving the
line you mention
Can you explain the difference between your value (7.5 GW) and the value
already visible on the relation (1 GW) please?
Difference between rating on a power=line/cable and rating on a power
relation is a follow:
- On a line/cable, it's the maximum capacity the line/cable is designed for
- On a relation, it's the rating the whole link is operating at
Power circuits relations :
All the best
Le dim. 15 nov. 2020 à 16:45, André Pirard <a.pirard.papou at gmail.com> a
> A group of friends were discussing the first electricity power link
> between Germany and Belgium.
> And I was kinda proud to show them this
> where the only line across the border
> <http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/578137663> clearly shows.
> Well done, guys (and gals?)!
> Way 578137663 <http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/578137663> Tags 7
> - cables=1
> - circuits=1
> - frequency=0
> - location=underground
> - name=Alegro Interconnector
> - power=cable
> - voltage=320000
> Their concern was interstate power transfers and a maximum of 7,5 GW was
> mentioned (more than the 6 GW Belgian deprecated nuclear capacity,
> effectively running at 4,5 GW).
> So then I was surprised that a power cable or line does not indicate that
> I looked trough the wiki and all I found as power was an unsuitable
> So, as power:power=* seems weird, I added *power:maximum=7.5 GW*,
> allowing for power:mean=* or he like.
> As I don't want to get into propositions, I let specialists discuss that.
> Let me know if and how I should change that tag.
> Envoyé de mon immobile Thunderbird, et *sans virus* non plus grâce à
> seulement Ubuntu,
> All the best,
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