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E – 1647 Arc Flash Calculation Methods

Intended Audience: Electrical and general engineers

PDH UNITS: 4

4 STUDENTS ENROLLED

This course gives an overview of arc flash hazard computations suggested by IEEE and NFPA. All formulas and calculation procedures presented in this course are the property of the IEEE and NFPA. Students are encouraged to consult the standards for additional details.

This course is suitable for engineers with a desire to understand procedures for completing arc flash studies. Course covers arc flash calculation methods, approach boundaries, incident energy, calculation of the arcing time, determining risk category, information presented on single line diagrams, reports and labels.

Learning Objectives

This continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Arch flash calculation methods
  • Approach boundaries
  • Incident energy
  • Calculation of arcing time
  • Determining risk category
  • Assessment results format used on single line diagrams, reports and labels

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    There are many valuable lessons in this course, but it needs to be updated. It refers to NFPA70E from 2002.

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