How can you perform a complete Short Circuit Study?
Short Circuit Study includes all the electric framework changes that happen after the underlying plan. Factors that usually change in the execution of a system are: the usefulness of accessible fault dimensions, estimate or potentially transformer impedance values, conductor length/type, expansion of motors, and the framework working parameters.
AllumiaX, work closely with our clients in gathering data, modeling the system, simulating faults and abnormalities, documenting fault magnitudes & recommending solutions by the latest industrial standards.
The following steps are required:
Data Collection: Information on all the components is obtained during a field visit and from electric utility and manufacturers, and then tabulated.
Study Cases: Perform Power systems studies based on normal and alternative operating scenarios to determine the worst case short circuit currents for power systems equipment.
One-line diagram:Provide clean One Line Diagrams with Title Blocks and clear component names in order to understand each model separately.
Equipment evaluation: Compare the short circuit ratings with protective device ratings and perform adjustments to the calculated short circuit rating.
Protective Device Recommendations: Improving the coordination between the protective devices, for reliable operation and correct any deficiencies bound in Short circuit, arc flash and coordination studies.
Self-Explanatory Time Current Curves (TCC):Provide an organized TCC Curve for every settable protective devices including circuit breakers and relays etc. for better understanding of coordination within the protective devices.
Electrical Safety Training: Provide customers with innovative, practical, and cost-effective System Overview Training and help your company efficiently disseminate vital knowledge to everyone who needs it.
Timely Report Submission: Rev#1 of our report consists of everything in order to get the client’s feedback then we solve additional queries of the client (if any) and provide the final report (Rev#2).