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2. ## An Indepth look at the MVA method for solving Fault Current Analysis for anyone needing a little extra help this weekend

The MVA Method is used for worse case three phase symmetrical faults to solve problems in the NCEES exam spec IV.A.5. Fault Current Analysis. While the Per Unit Method can also be used, it tends to be less intuitive and more error prone. It is still recommended to know both so that you can check your work and be familiar working with the per unit system. For anyone needing a little extra help this weekend, in the below video I solve a more complicated fault current analysis problem using the MVA method with two parallel generators, a transformer, and line impedance feeding a 220kV faulted bus. The same exact problem in this video is also solved with the Per Unit method along with 13 videos total on fault current analysis on the Electrical PE Review course website if you'd like to watch it to compare the MVA method with the Per Unit method. Power Contributions from each circuit element in this problem are: SfG1 = 982.14 MVA SfG1 = 924.93 MVA SfXfmr = 978.26 MVA SfZ = 4,914.28 MVA Remember that fault contributions in Volt-Amps will add opposite of resistors. That means in series they add like parallel resistors using the reciprocating sums method, and in parallel, they add like resistors in series. To find the total power at the fault on the bottom bus, find the total power in Volt-Amps by calculating the total fault power by combining the power contributions. For this particular problem that means: Sf = (SfG1 + SfG1)//SfXfmr//SfZ Sf = 571.49 MVA and Fault Current I SC = 1.5KA, or, 1,500 Amps on the 220kV faulted bus. Can you solve it?
3. ## Introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC) for the PE Exam (VIDEO)

Just recently uploaded a new video on the basics behind studying for the National Electrical Code portion of the Electrical PE exam that some of you may find useful. This video was taken directly from our course and is the introductory video for the module so it does not contain any practice questions or in-depth scenarios. Instead, it gives a good overview of what to do and what to expect. If you already have a strong grasp of the NEC chances are you will not walk away with anything new from it, it is short and to the point and made with the beginner in mind.
4. ## School of PE Exam Review Courses

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5. ## School of PE - FREE Ondemand Demo

School of PE is offering ondemand FE and PE review classes for the upcoming exams. It's not too late to register! Ondemand classes enable you to study at your own pace. School of PE offers a free demonstration. To access the free deme please visit our website and click on the register now button. You will gain access to the 15 minute sample recordings immediately upon registration. For further information please visit our website at www.schoolofpe.com.

7. ## You Tube Videos - Civil PE Review

I have started to upload some PE Civil related videos to YouTube. The username is BestOnYewTube. There's only a few there now. Will keep uploading them as they get prepped.
8. ## Engineering Videos Invitation

Engineering Videos is now offering an 'All Access' video package which allows you to view all videos on the website, for just \$5 per month. Be prepared for the Civil PE Exam and sign up today!
9. ## Civil PE Resources

If you are preparing for an upcoming Civil PE Exam, be sure to have all your books and other study materials. Check out: http://www.civilpeexam.com/books/books.php