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Arc Resistance Calculator Help

Arc Resistance Calculator Help

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Arc Resistance Calculator Help Documentation
Rev. 0 11/03/03 1 of 3
This calculator is used to calculate arc resistance values for use in setting protectiverelays. Two (2) of the leading methods for calculating arc resistance are incorporatedinto the calculator for flexibility and for determining worst case values.In order for the calculator to function properly, all input values must be filled in. Therequired input values are the following:
Arc Length – This value is the length in feet that the arc will propagate. For phase to phase faults, typically the phase spacing is used since this will providethe most conservative value.
Arc Current – This value is the current which is flowing in the arc in amperes.When the Calculate button is depressed, the results for the two different calculationmethods are presented. The formulas used by the calculator are the following:
 A.R. Van C. Warrington Formula
Ra = 28,710 LI
 WhereRa = arc resistance in ohmsL = arc length in metersI = arc current in amperesNote that the calculator tool automatically converts the arc length input value fromfeet to meters.
Arc Resistance Calculator Help Documentation
Rev. 0 11/03/03 2 of 3
J. Lewis Blackburn Formula
Ra = 440LIWhereRa = arc resistance in ohmsL = arc length in feetI = arc current in amperes
Reference Information
1. Protective Relays Application Guide, GEC Alsthom Protection & Control Limited,St Leonards Works, Staffort ST17 4LX, England, copyright 19872. Protective Relaying Principles and Applications, J. Lewis Blackburn, MarcelDekker, Inc, copyright 1987

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