Short-Circuit and Protection Coordination Studies

Matthew T. Glennon, P.E. AVP, Electrical Loss Control, Hartford Steam Boiler

How do you know if a circuit breaker will work when called upon to interrupt an electrical fault or short-circuit? The answer is, you probably don’t know for sure. If unusually high currents exceed the capability of protective devices in the power system, a short-circuit can cause the devices to explode like a bomb. What is needed is a short-circuit/protection coordination study done on your electrical system. »more

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