Available fault current spreadsheet

Available fault current spreadsheet

Introduction

This MS Excel Spreadsheet is created by mr. John Sokolik and it represents easy way to calculate fault current by entering few values in indicated fields.

You will find sheet with very nice example already fulfilled. Before starting fault current calculation, you will have to choose between Step 1a and Step 1b which are explained below.

Step 1a

Insert available fault current ampere rating from your local Utility.


Step 1b

Insert the the kVA rating power factor (PF) and impedance  (Z) of the transformer is not required to continue. Note: When you insert the kVA rating  power factor and impedance you must select the voltage from the dropdown box Select Voltage & Phase before the value will be calculated.

Spreadsheet information

Software:Fault Current Calculation (MS Excel Spreadsheet)
Version:7.1
Developer:John Sokolik
Size:207 KB
Price:Free
Download:Right here

Fault Current Calculation Spreadsheet

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15 Comments


  1. David A Engelhart
    Feb 16, 2015

    I found an error in this calculator prior to this version when I learned how to calculate longhand. I also got John to add the Utility Fault Current cell that is present in this version. This file is also available at MikeHolt.com in his free stuff where I got my copy to critique. The Electrical Plan Review PDF file is what taught me to calculate fault current by longhand. http://www.mikeholt.com/technical-calculations-formulas.php

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  3. walter graham
    Jan 26, 2015

    this is a very good website!

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    I work with Electricity Authority of Cyprus and i am the section head of High voltage cables.
    I really enjoy reading your articles. They are very good and very helpful.
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