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Q: How should single conductors be terminated?
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Are the three conductors in a single phase 240v circuit considered to be in parallel?

If the three conductors are in a single cable they physically are positioned parallel in relationship to each other. True parallel conductors are combined to split the current. They have to be of equal length and size so that they split the load current between the two or three or four conductors. Conductors are paralleled so that multiple smaller conductors, which are easier to work with, can carry equally the total load current. To answer the question no, the three conductors in a 120/240 circuit are not considered to be in parallel. All three of these conductors could have a different current being carried by them depending on how the load is distributed.

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High-voltage transmission line conductors are 'bundled' -that is, each 'line' comprises two or more conductors, rather than a single conductor, suspended from each insulator chain. The reason for bundling is to reduce the intensity of the electric field on the surface of the conductors (the same field is shared between the surfaces of several, rather than just one, conductors), which would otherwise result in a breakdown of the insulating property of the air immediately surrounding a single conductor. In the UK, 400-kV transmission lines use a bundle of four conductors per line, and 275-kV transmission lines use a bundle of two.

Why armouing is not done in single core cable?

On the contrary, armouring is common on single-core conductors. Frequently, high-voltage underground cables are made up of three, individual, single-core, line conductors. These are most definitely armoured to protect them against penetration by the trench backfill and to protect workers who may accidentally hit them with tools.