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Arc Flash Incident Energy Calculations for 240 Volts or Less
IEEE-1584 has some applications for which results are ‘conservatively high.’ Many of those applications fall into the category of lighting systems or 240-volt panel loads. This refresher, given by Jim Chastain at EasyPower, focuses on common problems encountered in modeling these systems and offers solutions for systems which seem to predict unrealistically high incident energy.
Protective Device Coordination with EasyPower - Part 2
In Part 2 of this 2-part series on device coordination, Jim Chastain at EasyPower continues his explanation that device coordination can be a complex topic because the process can exacerbate the task of mitigating arc flash incident energy.
Calculating Arc Flash in DC Systems
In this refresher webinar, given by Jim Chastain at EasyPower, he discusses the modeling of DC systems and covers the options available in EasyPower tools to predict arcing current and incident energy.
Protective Device Coordination with EasyPower - Part 1
In Part 1 of this 2-part series, Jim Chastain at EasyPower introduces us to TCC curves and how EasyPower displays plots for protective devices, loads, and current limits. He also discusses bolted, arcing, and ground fault currents.
Grounding Calculations in XGSLab's GSA_FD Software
This webinar, given by Roberto Andolfato and Daniele Cuccarollo at SINT Ingegnaria in Italy, gives an intermediate level introduction to the concepts of grounding calculations and how they can be applied using XGSLab's GSA_FD grounding software.
The Arc Flash The Easy Way, 4-Part Webinar Series
The Arc Flash Made Easy Webinar Series is a four part series that covers the steps needed to do a basic arc flash study. The topics include the NFPA and OSHA standards and regulations that apply to arc flash. Then data collection in covered in preparation for system modeling and initial arc flash analysis. The series wraps up with arc flash reports, labels, and project recommendations.