DC Arc Flash Software

DC Arc Flash

DC Arc Flash Analysis

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ETAP DC Arc Flash software calculates the incident energy for different types of direct current applications, including mission critical facilities, electrochemical plants, substation battery banks, photovoltaic plants, nuclear plants, and transportation systems.
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ETAP DC Arc Flash complies with NFPA 70E 2018 Annex D.5.1 to D.5.3. This module allows the engineer to compare DC arc flash incident energy values and determine the most conservative results using a network-based solution and a powerful DC arc flash calculator.

DC Arc Flash Software Key Features

  • Calculation Methods:
    • Maximum Power
    • Stokes & Oppenlander
    • Paukert
  • Determine incident energy
  • Calculate the arc flash boundaries
  • Compliant with NFPA 70E 2018 DC arc flash analysis
  • Graphical "What If" DC Arc Flash Calculator
  • Determine Fault Clearing Time from DC protective devices
  • Model batteries, chargers, UPS, DC motors, & AC-DC converters
  • Print DC arc flash labels
  • Automatically find problem areas
  • Integration with DC one-line diagram & Short Circuit module
  • Export DC arc flash results to MS Excel
  • Analyze data with DC Arc Flash Result Analyzer
  • Determine results using three different calculation methods
  • Fully integrated with industry standards & nuclear grade DC modules
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Videos

ETAP DC Arc Flash Session Part 1-3

ETAP DC Arc Flash Session Part 1-3

The topics that will be discussed in this video are the characteristics of an Arc, DC Short Circuit calculations, the Maximum Power Method, the Stokes and Oppenlander Method, Paukert Method, how these methods are utilized in ETAP, the calculation of incident energy, how to configure ETAP 11.1 to determine whether or not you are dealing with an open or closed air equipment, and the result analyzer.

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DC Arc Flash

DC Arc Flash

This module calculates the incident energy for different types of DC applications.

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