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POST WEBINAR INFO - Guide to Arc Flash Mitigation Methods

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POST WEBINAR INFO - Guide to Arc Flash Mitigation Methods

Attached is a copy of the slides presented during our 

 

WEBINAR: GUIDE TO ARC FLASH MITIGATION METHODS
Jan 14th @ 10am PST | Hosted by EasyPower

There are many solutions available to mitigate #arcflash hazards, but how do they compare against each other? This presentation, given by Antony Parsons, Ph.D., P.E. and Jeff M. Miller, P.E. at Schneider Electric, provides a contrasting look at the hazard avoidance, prevention, containment, and reduction solutions available. Solutions are then discussed in terms of their mitigation effectiveness as well as their impact on event recovery, footprint, installation, commissioning, and CapEx & OpEx costs. Not all solutions can be applied in every application, so best practices and limitations are examined. In addition, many codes and standards work in absolutes and do not consider the likelihood of electrical incidents which should also be considered when choosing solutions for hazard mitigation.

 

We will be publishing a copy of our Arc Flash Mitigation Design Guide in the upcoming weeks.

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LouisDamico
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Re: POST WEBINAR INFO - Guide to Arc Flash Mitigation Methods

Very informative webinar - thanks for sharing!

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Very informative webinar - thanks for sharing!

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Re: POST WEBINAR INFO - Guide to Arc Flash Mitigation Methods

The Arc Flash Mitigation Design Guide we mentioned in the webinar is now published on our portal for Engineers, Designers & Specifiers ...

 

Electrical Safety for Engineers, Designers & Specifiers  

 

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Re: POST WEBINAR INFO - Guide to Arc Flash Mitigation Methods

Jeff,

 

I attended several webinar of the arc flash series but I am unable to download the materials you posted. I attended from Canada.

Would you be able to advise how i might download these?

 

Many thanks in advance.

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Re: POST WEBINAR INFO - Guide to Arc Flash Mitigation Methods

Dan,

 

I think you clicked on the pdf file name which gives you that error message since we don't allow opening of attachments within the forum.  If you click the download symbol to the right of the filename it should work for you.  I didn't realize since my normal login is not blocked, but I used our user test login and using the symbol works.

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Re: POST WEBINAR INFO - Guide to Arc Flash Mitigation Methods

Thanks for the clarifying directions. I too experienced the same error when clicking on the file name. I confirm using the download symbol (arrow pointing down into file tray) worked correctly for all 5 parts of this Arc Flash seminar

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