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2010/09/13 at 1:03 pm #10223FrancoisParticipant
I find the existing software for the calculation of Electrical Installation difficult and long to use. Sometimes, I need to make a simple calculation or verification and I do not need to create a complete network to do it
Recently I have discovered some small calculators, some of them are too much simplified, but I find the idea good. There is for example…
voltage drop calculation from southwire
voltage drop calculation from csgnet
And also recently from Schneider for the calculation of several figures such as size motor, voltage drop, power factor correction, curve displayer, protection coordination, …
Sadly that only Schneider products are proposed
There is also Solutions Electrical, for example for the power factor calculation, but also other electrical engineering topics. It seems correct, but it is not free, so I have not tried it.
Christian Petrov2010/09/15 at 8:35 am #11428AnonymousGuest
so how really this software works?only calculate or it will help us also for somehow to design.
explain us if possible thanks everybody.2010/09/15 at 8:35 am #11429AnonymousGuest
its good,,but how to install that software??and where do i get this?2010/09/15 at 8:35 am #11430AnonymousGuest
Hai, i have come to know about this just now could anybody explain about this software.2010/09/15 at 12:10 pm #11433AnonymousGuest
All the software are free. There is no need to download or to install them, they can be used directly from Internet. You should just go to the link that I have provided in my post.
How it works ?
For example if I take this one: http://hto.schneider-electric.neptune.fr/
And I take the first calculator “Display protection device curve”,
I should just enter the input parameters (left side), click on “Display Curve”
and I have the results in the right side.
Is it better now ? ;)2010/09/20 at 9:26 am #11465AnonymousGuest
Ok Christian…i agree with you about this software is very usefull and efficient,what if i dont have internet perhaps…is possible to download to my laptop?…i mean, for use it whenever…2010/09/20 at 9:33 am #11467AnonymousGuest
hi, i want to discuss abt most efficient electrical software,which is mostly used thes days power system network.plz suggest me to learn about the any most efficient software2010/09/21 at 8:23 am #11468AnonymousGuest
Hello Carlos, Avnish,
if you need free off-line software for calculation of the electrical installation,
you can also take a look on :
Tell me how do you find them…2010/09/27 at 10:24 am #11473AnonymousGuest
Amtech is one of the top electrical calculations software packages out there, but very expensive. Solutions electrical is accurate, but not easy to use (can’t even copy paste a circuit on the version I use). There is also ID-Spec from Schnieder for basic distribution design.
Re copper Bus Bar capacity it’s a peace of copper and you can use the same calculation as for cable calculations.
Use IET guidance notes for electrical designers for electrical design calculations formulas. Well they’re good for UK engineers anyway. Good luck2010/09/27 at 10:26 am #11475AnonymousGuest
We have problem of over voltage at evening. Unable to export power to grid.
Kindly suggest solution2010/09/27 at 10:26 am #11476AnonymousGuest
I can sugest you to use a program of Sneider Electric, the program is ECODIAL, there is possible to calculate anything, but using parts of Sneider. I use that program and I am content with it.
Try here http://www.soft.schneider-electric.com/myecodialS.htm2010/09/27 at 10:27 am #11477FrancoisParticipant
P MOHAN : could you describe with more details the context of your problem, so we can see if some one could help
Francois B.2010/09/27 at 10:31 am #11478AnonymousGuest
which of these software have you used ?
I am interested to have your feedback.2010/09/27 at 10:31 am #11479AnonymousGuest
hi, i’m electrical eng project
i ever see powerplot software. it’s setting relay coordination software, if u hav it pls give me free
thx2010/09/27 at 10:32 am #11480AnonymousGuest
i am in a plantation, and having electricity supply problems, anyone could help and more details will be given. thanks.
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