How to Perform an Arc Flash Study – Part 2 0.2 CEU / 2 PDH

$59.00

This is Part 2 of a 3 part video series on Arc Flash Hazard Analysis. In Part 2, Jim begins by showing how to conduct a detailed arc flash study based on IEEE 1584-2002 Standards.

Learn what data is required to perform the detailed study. How can device settings have a greater impact on incident energy than the magnitude of short circuit current? Learn what utility company data is necessary for the complete study as well as the effect that conductors, transformers and motors have on the incident energy. See how to calculate the arcing short circuit current based on IEEE 1584 Standards.

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How to Perform an Arc Flash Study – Part 2 – By Jim Phillips, P.E.

DVD Video Program Part 2 – $59.00

2 PDHs / 0.2 CEUs

DVD, Workbook and Continuing Education Credit

Course Summary – This is Part 2 of a 3 part video series on Arc Flash Hazard Analysis. In Part 2, Jim begins by showing how to conduct a detailed arc flash study based on IEEE 1584-2002 Standards.

Learn what data is required to perform the detailed study. How can device settings have a greater impact on incident energy than the magnitude of short circuit current? Learn what utility company data is necessary for the complete study as well as the effect that conductors, transformers and motors have on the incident energy. See how to calculate the arcing short circuit current based on IEEE 1584 Standards.

Course Outline

  • Overview of the Detailed Study
  • Procedure for the Study
  • Transformer and Conductor Data
  • Utility Company Data
  • Utility Company Configuration
  • Effect of Long Clearing Times
  • Impact of Short Circuit Current
  • Arcing vs. Bolted Short Circuits
  • Short Circuit Calculations
  • Motor Contribution
  • Time Current Curves
  • Determining Device Clearing Times
  • Devices with Clearing Times

Continuing Education Credit – The continuing education credit for this course is 2 PDHs / 0.2 CEUs. To receive Continuing Education Credit, you simply watch the video, solve a few problems and take the test. Continuing Education Credit is credited to the person that purchased the program and must be completed within 90 days of shipment of the course material. A passing score of 70 percent is required for credit.

Workbook – The course workbook is included with this package and contains many of the illustrations used in the video as well as copies of the time current curves used in the problem solving exercises.

On – Site Training –
Hold the live version of this course at your location as an on-site training program. For more information click: On-Site- Training

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