How do you deal with Current Limiting Breakers?

Say you are feeding a remote panel from a Fused Switch Disconnect. You have 200A Class R Current Limiting Fuses upstream of the panel. You calculate bolted fault to the panel and you get 16KA. You calculate Arcing Current at 11KA. But the fuse has a maximum let through current of 8KA. It would seem to me that since you know Arcing Current is greater than Let Through that the fuse will clear in less than 1/2 cycle and that the max let through would be 8KA. So for Incident Energy I would use the

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If the arcing current was less than the let through, I would then use the clearing time based upon the fuse curve for that arcing current value.

Point I am trying to make here is that current at arc can never exceed let through current of the fuse.

IS this logic correct?