A Practical Guide to Short-circuit Current Calculations

A Practical Guide to Short-circuit Current Calculations

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A Practical Guide to Short-Circuit Calculations put just about everything needed for short-circuit calculations in one 520 page reference. Descriptions and sample calculations are provided for ANSI and IEC methods. Once the calculations are done, comparing these results with the equipment rating is explained. While the book does cover some of the fundamental of short circuits, it main purpose is to get correct answers quickly for the application of equipment. The appendix has over 200 pages of data on cables, busway, machines, and transformers. Cable impedances up to 34.5 kV are given for both AWG and mm2 sizes. qI did a quick review of the book last weekend and was impressed by both the content and organization. There are many handy hints and examples and a comprehensive listing of equipment ratings. This is the first time I have seen it all in one nice text and consider this a 'must have' reference for any serious power system engineer.q (FJA, PE). qThe cover's printing and material are quality stuff. Just thumbed through a number of pages and it reads very easy, the print is right, the layout right, the graphics are real good.q (JDJ, PE)

Title:A Practical Guide to Short-circuit Current Calculations
Author:Conrad St. Pierre
Publisher: - 2001


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