Get up to speed on the fast and easy features of EasyPower with these comprehensive videos.
Arc Flash Calculations Not Covered by IEEE 1584-2018: High Voltage, Single-Phase, and DC
EasyPower provides support for arc flash calculations not covered by IEEE 1584-2018. This includes high voltage (above 15 kV) DC, single-phase AC, and DC. In this refresher webinar Jim Chastain explains the calculation methods used in EasyPower, shows how to use them, and provides practical examples.
Tips and Engineering Practices for Protection and Overcurrent Coordination - Part 1
Protection and coordination are essential components for safe, reliable power systems. This first webinar in a 2-part series, presented by Claudio Mardegan, CEO of EngePower, helps engineers to better understand common concepts including symmetrical components, harmonics, fault current calculations, and generator decrement curves. These concepts and engineering practices are discussed and applied to a real-world application incorporating a zig-zag transformer at an industrial facility.
Custom Templates for Panels and MCCs
With the release of IEEE 1584-2018, arc flash studies may now include more panels and MCCs. In this refresher webinar, Jim Chastain will show how to set up time-saving custom templates for panels and MCCs and how to display arc flash and short circuits on panel and MCC schedules.
The NFPA 70E Challenge Writing an Electrical Safety Plan
In this webinar, Chuck Fox, from "The Electrician", shares the journey of the development of the project structure and project methods used today to develop a site’s electrical safety plan. A successful end result includes a comprehensive and complete electrical safety plan, consistently implemented, yet customizable to the facility-specific electrical risks and hazards. Our discussion also describes the pitfalls, and lessons learned from the initial electrical safety plan efforts to the current successes.
Introducing EasyPower Unbalanced Power Flow
EasyPower 11.0 provides power flow solutions for comprehensive 3-phase and single-phase systems (introduced in 10.4) and various power flow feature improvements. Integrated 3-phase and single-phase systems produce unbalanced power flow results that can be a challenge to interpret. In this webinar, given by Tao Yang, Ph.D., P.E., Principal Engineer at EasyPower, we demonstrate simple examples that illustrate the EasyPower 11.0 unbalanced power flow program capabilities and improvements to better help you understand the results.
Revit MEP Integration with EasyPower Power System Analysis
In this Thursday webinar the presenter, Satish Shrestha, showcases a new EasyPower product, Revit Integrator. This new EasyPower module allows Autodesk Revit MEP users to automatically and instantaneously create one-line diagrams in EasyPower with Revit electrical model data. You can also automatically build the panels associated with your one-line diagram. After design and analysis in EasyPower you can export one-line diagrams and key electrical parameters back to Revit. You can also merge revisions in your Revit project back into EasyPower.