Earth/Ground Fault Cable Sizing

 How to calculate ground fault current of the equipment, transformer and generator in order to size the earth cable for them? asked 2/11/2013 0

 The ground fault current depends upon the system voltage, the type of system earthing and the impedance in the fault path. Similarly, the ground conductor sizing depends upon the magnitude and duration of the earth fault current, the material, size & method of installation of the ground conductor. answered 4/4/2013 EE65 19 The following note (and the ones it refers to), may guide you and give some help: Fault Calculations - Introduction answered 4/1/2013 Steven McFadyen 246

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