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#62520 - 02/17/06 06:30 AM Available Fault Current
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Anyone know of software or info regarding this?

I am looking for info on calculating the available fault current at different locations on a customers electrical system.

Thanks


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#62521 - 02/17/06 08:28 AM Re: Available Fault Current
Ron Offline
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Registered: 03/13/02
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Loc: White Plains, NY
I currently use SKM Power Tools www.skm.com
I've also used EDSA and ETAP before and they are good too!
I haven't done the calcs by hand in years as the multiple fault contributions in the facilities I design are difficult to manage for me.

[This message has been edited by Ron (edited 02-17-2006).]
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#62522 - 02/17/06 10:29 AM Re: Available Fault Current
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I use the one from Busmann's website. http://www.bussman.com/apen/software/
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#62523 - 02/17/06 06:41 PM Re: Available Fault Current
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thanks guys, I'll check those out.

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