Basic Electrical Single Line Calculations


Instructor: Ken Lovorn, P.E.

Subjects: Other Technology: Motors and Drives

Length: 1 module

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For those of you that need a simple method of sizing the equipment in an electrical distribution, or if you need a refresher course to get you back up to speed, this Basic Single Line Calculations, is just the ticket for you. You will have a comprehensive cookbook approach to sizing panels, transformers, circuit breakers, feeders, conduit, switchboards, and incoming service conductors for any electrical distribution, no matter how large or small.

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Ken Lovorn, P.E.

President, Lovorn Engineering Associates

Ken has forty-five years of progressive design and engineering management experience with architect-engineers and consulting engineers designing electrical systems. As President of Lovorn Engineering Associates (LEA), Ken emphasizes the thorough evaluation of alternative design approaches and how to achieve equivalent compliance with the applicable Codes and...[more]

Course Outline

Basic Electrical Calculations

  • Basic Electrical Single Line Calculations (Video)
  • Presentation Materials (Download .pdf)

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