I have a 1000 V, 50 sq mm, double insulated (XLPE) copper conductor cable. This cable is being connected to a power electronic component. The current flowing through it is 230 Amps DC. The cable temperature under steady state operation was found to be 110 °C. Cable insulation max temperature is 150 °C. The temperature range of power electronic component is max 85 °C. The power electronic component also has liquid cooling using Glycol/Water coolant.
What I would like to understand is whether the heat from the high voltage cable will get transferred over to the Power electronic components like Inductors and capacitors? Should I be concerned about my power electronic components getting fried up because of heat transfer from my cable to the electrical components?