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# by:John Sokolik

## Utility Fault Current amperes kVA = 300

E = 240
I = kVA x 1000 = trans. FLA trans. FLA = 1250

Isca = trans. FLA x 100 PF = 90%
transformer Z Z = 3% %
Isca = ampere short-circuit current RMS symmetrical. Isca = 46,296 amperes
Point to Point Method
Length (distance) L = 150
2 x L x I (ASC) Isca = 46,296
N x C x E L-N # conductors per phase N = 1
C = 13,923
E L - L = 240 Volt
f = 4.156
C = 13,923
Multiplier E L - N = 120 Volt
f = 8.313
M = 1
1 + f Line to Line M = 0.194
Line to Neutral M = 0.107
Fault Current at Service Equipment
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of main disconnect L- L = 8,978 amperes
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of main disconnect L- N = 7,457 amperes
Fault Current from
Length (distance) L = 40
2 x L x I (ASC) Isca = 8,978 Phase 7,457
N x C x E L-N # conductors per phase N = 1
C = 2,430 Phase Conductor
Volt Line to Line E L - L = 240 Volt
f = 1.231
C = 1,995 Neutral Conductor
Volt Line to Neutral E L - N = 120 Volt
Multiplier f = 2.492
M = 1 Line to Line M = 0.448
1 + f Line to Neutral M = 0.286
Job Name
Company Name
Available Fault Current Calculation
E
Volt Line to Line
Neutral conductor constant Neutral Conductor
Volt Line to Neutral
=
'f ' factor =
Phase conductor constant Phase Conductor
Neutral conductor constant
Service disc. to panel "_____"
Single Phase Feeder
'f ' factor =
Phase conductor constant
Step 1b: Insert the kVA
rating (PF) power factor and (Z)
impedence of transformer.
When you insert the kVA rating, power
factor and impedence you must select a
voltage from the select the Voltage and
Phase from dropdown box before the value
will be calculated.)

or
Step 1a: Insert available
fault current ampere rating
from local utility
Step 3: Insert the Length of one
conductor
Step 4: Insert the number of
conductors per phase.
Step 2: Select type of
conductor and conduit
Step 5b: Select neutral
conductor size.
Step 5a: Select phase
conductor size size.
Finished product
CALCULATED FAULT
CURRENT
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the 'Job Name' and
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4,024 amperes
2,135 amperes
Branch Circuit Fault from
Length (distance) L = 30
2 x L x I (ASC) Isca = 4,024 Phase 2,135
N x C x E L-N # conductors per phase N = 1
C = 617 Phase Conductor
Volt Line to Line E L - L = 240 Volt
f = 1.630
C = 617 Neutral Conductor
Volt Line to Neutral E L - N = 120 Volt
Multiplier f = 1.730
M = 1 Line to Line M = 0.380
1 + f Line to Neutral M = 0.366
1,530 amperes
782 amperes
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of the panel L- L =
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of the panel L- N =
Calculation does not include motor contribution
Neutral conductor constant
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of the panel L- L =
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of the panel L- N =
Calculation does not include motor contribution
Point to Point
Single Phase Branch
'f ' factor =
Phase conductor constant
Ver. 4.00
Neutral
Available Fault Current Calculation
Step 1b: Insert the kVA
rating (PF) power factor and (Z)
impedence of transformer. (Note:
When you insert the kVA rating, power
factor and impedence you must select a
voltage from the select the Voltage and
Phase from dropdown box before the value
Step 5b: Select neutral
conductor size.
Neutral
by: John Sokolik Ver. 6.6
26,456 amperes kVA =
E = 240
I = kVA x 1000 = trans. FLA trans. FLA = 0

Isca = trans. FLA x 100 x PF PF =
transformer Z Z =
Isca = ampere short-circuit current RMS symmetrical. Isca = 0 amperes
Point to Point Method
Length (distance) L = 150
2 x L x I (ASC) Isca = 26,456
N x C x E L-N # conductors per phase N = 1
C = 13,923
E L - L =
240 Volt
f = 2.375
C = 13,923
Multiplier E L - N = 120 Volt
f = 4.750
M = 1
1 + f Line to Line M = 0.296
Line to Neutral M = 0.174
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of main disconnect L- L = 7,838 amperes
Isca x M = fault current at terminals of main disconnect L- N = 6,901 amperes
Job Name