AC & DC ETAP Arc Flash Calculation
This online PDH video presentation reviews the steps required to perform Arc flash calculation based on NFPA70E and IEEE 1584 standards on the measurement of the flow rate of a fluid flowing under pressure in a closed conduit. It discusses the combined system of AC and DC voltage as well as risk factors when working on energized equipment.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) are selected based on the incident energy exposure and the resulting hazard / risk category. This video presentation also presents two types of arc flash labels and ways to reduce arc flash energy.
This 1 PDH online video presentation is intended primarily for electrical and mechanical engineers, as well as others who are interested in learning more about arc flash hazards, standards and calculation.
This continuing education video presentation is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Learning how to identify the risk factors when working on energized equipment
- Knowing how to implement engineering methods to reduce the ARC Flash Energy
- Understanding how to select the proper PPE based on PPE Matrix available in NFPA-70E and CSA 462
- Knowing how to interpret the data available on the ARC Flash Label
- Familiarizing with the conditions that trigger a new ARC FLASH Calculation
For this course, you will need to watch the video presentation titled, "AC & DC ETAP Arc Flash Calculation”. To access the video presentation, you will need to log in or register and purchase the course. Following course purchase, please click on the link provided in your account history to view the video presentation. The duration of the video presentation is approximately 47 minutes.
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