Property

Acresistance

Code

ACResistance

URI

https://identifier.buildingsmart.org/uri/buildingsmart/ifc/4.3/prop/ACResistance

Definition

The resistance under AC.

Description

Technical note: in IFC this property takes 'IfcElectricResistanceMeasure' as value. Such objects are not included in bSDD for simplicity reason. IFC also doesn't enforce particular units, but recommends using metric SI units (metre, kilogram, etc.). Read the IFC documentation for more information.

Dictionary

IFC

Dictionary version

4.3

Dictionary license

CC BY-ND 4.0

DataType

Real

IsDynamic

False

PropertyValueKind

Single

Status

Active

VersionDateUtc

2024-01-12

Classes

Electrical conductor that makes a common connection between several electrical circuits. Properties of a busbar are the same as those of a cable segment and are captured by the cable segment property set.

Cable with a specific purpose to lead electric current within a circuit or any other electric construction. Includes all types of electric cables, mainly several core segments or conductor segments wrapped together.

A catenary wire is a longitudinal wire supporting the grooved contact wires either directly or indirectly.;definition from UIC 719-1.

A single linear element within a cable or an exposed wire (such as for grounding) with the specific purpose to lead electric current, data, or a telecommunications signal.

An electric conductor of an overhead contact line with which the current collectors make contact.;definition from IEC60050 811-33-15.

A self contained element of a cable that comprises one or more conductors and sheathing.The core of one lead is normally single wired or multiwired which are intertwined.

A device designed to support and insulate a conductive element.;definition from IEC 151-15-39.

Properties of a catenary wire, which is a longtitudinal wire supporting the grooved contact wires. Properties in this property set are applicable to a type or an occurrence [[IfcCableCarrierSegment]] with predefined type of CATENARYWIRE.

Properties specific to busbar cable segments.

Electrical cable with a specific purpose to lead electric current within a circuit or any other electric construction. Includes all types of electric cables, mainly several electrical segments wrapped together, e.g. cable, tube, busbar. Note that the number of conductors within a cable is determined by an aggregation mechanism that aggregates the conductors within the cable. A single-core cable is defined in IEV 461-06-02 as being 'a cable having only one core'; a multiconductor cable is defined in IEV 461-06-03 as b eing 'a cable having more than one conductor, some of which may be uninsulated'; a mulicore cable is defined in IEV 461-06-04 as being 'a cable having more than one core'.

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