Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

The following listing is intended to give an overview of the variety of projects accomplished by Quadrelec Engineering. It is by no means comprehensive. Many of the coordination studies were later used for Arc Flash Hazard analysis.


 
Owner:    Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District
Description:   

Arc Flash Hazard study for 36 sites consisting of hydro-power generation, navigation locks, reservoir spillways, recreation parks, and project office buildings. Printed all arc flash labels for the equipment as part of the contract.

 
 
Owner:    Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District
Description:   

Arc Flash Hazard study for 179 sites consisting of hydro-power generation, navigation locks, recreation parks, reservoir spillways, and project office buildings. Printed all arc flash labels for the equipment as part of the contract.

 
 
Owner:    Corps of Engineers Learning Center, Huntsville, AL http://pdsc.hnd.usace.army.mil/
Description:   

Instructor for the topic of Arc Flash Hazard Analysis for a short course for electrical engineers from the Dept. of Defense and FAA.

 
 
Owner:    Green Country Energy, LLC, Tulsa,OK
Description:   

Arc Flash Hazard study for a 680+ MW combined cycle generation plant. Printed all arc flash labels for the equipment as part of the contract. Provided 5-year update to study.

 
Owner:    U.S. Army Corps of Engineer, St. Louis  District
Description:    Arc Flash Hazard study for the C. L. Cannon, Stockton, and Truman hydroelectric generation plants in Missouri.  Printed all arc flash labels for the equipment as part of the contract.
 
Owner:    U.S. Army Corps of Engineer, Little Rock District
Description:    Arc Flash Hazard study for all of their hydroelectric generation plants in Arkansas and Missouri. Also provided studies for all of their reservoir control structures, parks, project offices, navigation locks, and spillways. Total number of sites exceeded 180.
 
Owner:    U.S. Army Corps of Engineer, Tulsa District
Description:    Load flow, protective device coordination, and short circuit studies in preparation for future arc flash hazard analysis at seven hydroelectric generation plants.
 
 
 

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