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Panel Design & Calculate Size of Bus bar AUGUST 5, 2014 77 COMMENTS (HTTPS://ELECTRICALNOTES.WORDPRESS.COM/2014/08/05/PANEL-DESIGNCALCULATE-SIZE-OF-BUS-BAR/#COMMENTS) Example: Calculate Size of Bus bar having Following Details Bus bar Current Details: Rated Voltage = 415V,50Hz , Desire Maximum Current Rating of Bus bar =630Amp. Fault Current (Isc)= 50KA ,Fault Duration (t) =1sec. Bus bar Temperature details: Operating Temperature of Bus bar ()=85°C. Final Temperature of Bus bar during Fault(1)=185°C. Temperature rise of Bus Bar Bar during Fault (t=1-)=100°C. Ambient Temperature (n) =50°C. Maximum Bus Bar Temperature Rise=55°C. Enclosure Details: Installation of Panel= Indoors (well Ventilated) Altitude of Panel Installation on Site= 2000 Meter Panel Length= 1200 mm ,Panel width= 600 mm, Panel Height= 2400 mm Bus bar Details: Bus bar Material= Copper Bus bar Strip Arrangements= Vertical Current Density of Bus Bar Material=1.6 Temperature Co efficient of Material Resistance at 20°c(20)= 0.00403 Material Constant(K)= 1.166 Bus bar Material Permissible Strength=1200 kg/cm2 Bus bar Insulating Material= Bare Bus bar Position= Edge-mounted bars Bus bar Installation Media= Non-ventilated ducting Bus bar Artificial Ventilation Scheme= without artificial ventilation Bus bar Size Details: Bus bar Width(e)= 75 mm Bus bar Thickness(s)= 10 mm Number of Bus Bar per Phase(n)= 2 No Bus bar Length per Phase(a)= 500 mm Distance between Two Bus Strip per Phase(e)= 75 mm Bus bar Phase Spacing (p)= 400 mm Total No of Circuit= 3 No. Bus bar Support Insulator Detail: Distance between insulators on Same Phase(l)= 500 mm Insulator Height (H)= 100 mm Distance from the head of the insulator to the bus bar center of gravity (h)= 5 mm Permissible Strength of Insulator (F’)=1000 Kg/cm2



Calculation:

(1) De rating Factors for Bus bar: (1) Per Phase Bus Strip De rating Factor (K1): Bus bar Width(e) is 75mm and Bus bar Length per Phase(a) is 500mm so e/a is 75/500=0.15 No of Bus bar per phase is 2 No’s. From following table value of de rating factor is 1.83 Number of Bus Bar Strip per Phase (K1) No of Bus Bar per Phase

e/a

1

2

3

0.05

1

1.63

2.4

0.06

1

1.73

2.45

0.08

1

1.76

2.5

0.1

1

1.8

2.55

0.12

1

1.83

2.6

0.14

1

1.85

2.63

0.16

1

1.87

2.65

0.18

1

1.89

2.68

1

1.91

2.7

0.2

(2) Bus bar Insulating Material De rating Factor (K2) Bus bar having No insulating material. It is Bare so following Table De rating Factor is 1. Bus Bar Insulating Material (K2):

De rating Factor

Bare

1

PVC Sleeving

1.2

Painted

1.5

(3) Bus bar Position De rating Factor (K3) Bus bar Position is Edge-mounted bars so following Table De rating Factor is 1 Bus Bar Position(K3):

De rating Factor

Edge-mounted bars

1

1 bar base-mounted

0.95

several base-mounted bars

0.75

(4) Bus bar Installation Media De rating Factor (K4) Bus bar Installation Media is Non-ventilated ducting so following Table De rating Factor is 0.8 Bus Bar Installation Media(K4):

De rating Factor

Calm indoor atmosphere

1

Calm outdoor atmosphere

1.2

Non-ventilated ducting

0.8

(5) Bus bar Artificial Ventilation De rating Factor (K5) Bus bar Installation Media is Non-ventilated ducting so following Table De rating Factor is 0.9 Bus Bar Artificial Ventilation Scheme (K5):

De rating Factor

without artificial ventilation

0.9

with artificial ventilation

1

(6) Enclosure & Ventilation De rating Factor (K6) Bus bar Area per Phase = Bus width X Bus Thickness X Length of Bus X No of Bus bar per Phase Bus bar Area per Phase = 75x10xX500X2= 750000mm Total Bus bar Area for Enclosure= No of Circuit X( No of Phase + Neutral )X Bus bar Area per Phase Here we used Size of Neutral Bus is equal to Size of Phase Bus Total Bus bar Area for Enclosure=3X(3+1)X750000mm Total Bus bar Area for Enclosure=9000000 Sq.mm Total Enclosure Area= width X Height X Length Total Enclosure Area=1200x600x2400=1728000000 Sq.mm Total Bus bar Area for Enclosure / Total Enclosure Area =9000000/1728000000 Total Bus bar Area for Enclosure / Total Enclosure Area=0.53% Bus bar Artificial Ventilation Scheme is without artificial ventilation so following Table De rating Factor is 0.95 Volume of Enclosure & Ventilation De rating Factor (K6) cross Section area of Bus bar/Total Bus Bar Area

Indoors ( Panel is well Ventilated)

Indoors ( Panel is Poorly Ventilated)

Outdoor

0%

0.95

0.85

0.65

1%

0.95

0.85

0.65

5%

0.9

0.7

0.6

10%

0.85

0.65

0.5

(7) Proxy Effect De rating Factor (K7) Bus bar Phase Spacing (p) is 400mm. Bus bar Width (e) is 75mm and Space between each bus of Phase is 75mm so Total Bus length of Phase with spacing =75+75+75+75+75=225mm Bus bar Phase Spacing (p) / Total Bus length of Phase with spacing = 400 / 225 =2 From following Table De rating factor is 0.82 Proxy Effect (K7):

De rating Factor

1

0.82

2

0.82

3

0.82

4

0.89

5

0.95

6

0.99

7

1

(8) Altitude of Bus Bar installation De rating Factor (K8) Altitude of Panel Installation on Site is 2000 meter so following Table De rating Factor is 0.88 Altitude of installation site (Meter) (K8)

De rating Factor

2200

0.88

2400

0.87

2500

0.86

2700

0.85

2900

0.84

3000

0.83

3300

0.82

3500

0.81

4000

0.78

4500

0.76

5000

0.74

Total De rating Factor= K1XK2XK3Xk4Xk5Xk6Xk7Xk8 Total De rating Factor =1.83x1x1x0.8×0.9×0.95×0.82×0.88 Total De rating Factor =0.90

(2) Bus bar Size Calculation: Desire Current Rating of Bus bar (I2) =630 Amp Current Rating of Bus bar after De rating Factor (I1)= I2 X De rating Factor or I2 / De rating Factor Current Rating of Bus bar after De rating Factor (I1)=630×0.9 Current Rating of Bus bar after De rating Factor (I1)=697Amp Bus bar Cross Section Area as per Current= Current Rating of Bus bar / Current Density of Material Bus bar Cross Section Area as per Current= 697 / 1.6 Bus bar Cross Section Area as per Current= 436 Sq.mm Bus bar Cross Section Area as per Short Circuit= Isc X√ ((K/( tx100)x(1+ 20x) xt Bus bar Cross Section Area as per Short Circuit= 50000X√ ((1.166/( 100×100)x(1+ 0.00403×85) x1 Bus bar Cross Section Area as per Short Circuit=626 Sq.mm Select Higher Size for Bus bar Cross section area between 436 Sq.mm and 626 Sq.mm Final Calculated Bus Bar Cross Section Area =626 Sq.mm Actual Selected Bus bar size is 75×10=750 Sq.mm We have select 2 No’s of Bus bar per Phase hence. Actual Bus bar cross section Area per Phase =750×2= 1500 Sq.mm Actual Cross Section Area of Bus bar =1500 Sq.mm Actual Bus bar Size is Less than calculated Bus bar size.

(3) Forces generated on Bus Bar due to Short Circuit Current Peak electro-magnetic forces between phase conductors (F1) = 2X(l/d)X(2.5xIsc)2/100000000 Total width of Bus bar per Phase(w)=75+75+75=225mm =2.25cm Bus bar Phase to Phase Distance (d)=400+225=625mm=6.25cm Peak electro-magnetic forces between phase conductors (F1) =2x(50/63)x(2.5×50000)2/100000000 Peak electro-magnetic forces between phase conductors (F1)=250 Kg /cm2 Peak electro-magnetic forces between phase conductors (F1)=2.5 Kg /mm2 Actual Forces at the head of the Supports or Bus Bar (F)=F1X(H+h/H) Actual Forces at the head of the Supports or Bus Bar (F)=2.5x(100+5/100) Actual Forces at the head of the Supports or Bus Bar (F)= 3 Kg /mm2 Permissible Strength of Insulator (F’) is 10 Kg/mm2 Actual Forces at the head of the Supports or Bus Bar is less than Permissible Strength Forces on Insulation is in within Limits

(4) Mechanical strength of the bus bars Mechanical strength of the bus bars=(F1X i /12)x(1/ Modulus of inertia of a bus bar ) Value of Modulus of inertia of a bus bar or of a set of bus bars (i/v) No of Bus Strip per Phase

Vertical Bus Bar (cm3)

Horizontal Bus Bar (cm3)

1

1.66

16.66

2

14.45

33.33

3

33

50

From above table Value of Modulus of inertia of a bus bar=14.45 Mechanical strength of the bus bars=(250×50/12)X(1/14.45) Mechanical strength of the bus bars= 72 Kg/cm2 Mechanical strength of the bus bars= 0.72 Kg/mm2 Permissible Bus bar Strength is 12 Kg/mm2 Actual Mechanical Strength is less than Permissible Strength Mechanical strength of Bus bar is in within Limit

(5) Temperature Rise Calculation Specified Maximum Temperature Rise (T1) is 35°c Calculated Maximum Temperature Rise (T2)=T/(log(I1/I2)1.64) Calculated Maximum Temperature Rise (T2)=35/(Log(697/630)1.64) Calculated Maximum Temperature Rise (T2)= 30°c Calculated Bus bar Temperature rise is less than Specified Max Temperature rise Temperature Rise is in within Limit

Results: Size of Bus bar = 2No’s 75x10mm per Phase. Total No of Feeder =3 No’s Total No’s of Bus bar = 6 No’s 75x10mm for Phase and 1No’s 75x10mm for Neutral. Forces at the head of the Supports or Bus Bar (F)= 3kg/mm2 Mechanical strength of the bus bars= 0.7 Kg/mm2 Maximum Temperature Rise=30°c

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77 Responses to Panel Design & Calculate Size of Bus bar Felix Jr San Buenaventura says: August 7, 2014 at 5:41 am THIS IS GOOD REFERENCE FOR LV AND MV SWGR. DESIGNERS. Reply atmakur murali Krishna says: August 7, 2014 at 11:06 am Extremely useful information Reply RAMACHANDRAN S says: August 14, 2014 at 3:43 am Thank u for this useful information.Great Reply ganapathy sadayan says: September 13, 2014 at 3:08 am Hi, Mr. Jignesh Parmar, The above information is really useful for us who ever doing the design and selection of busbar for panel engineering. Thanks for this information, kindly share electrical technical information to us. Ganapathy. Reply Ibrahim says: October 27, 2014 at 5:46 am thank alot for this valuable information however, I notice that you are considering derating factor for busbar calcualtion is 0.9 then after derating current rating shall be reduced but in your calculation it is increasing. can you please explain why it is so or it is only a typing mistake. Reply P S N RAJU says: December 21, 2015 at 11:33 am CAN I USE HALF GRADE COPPER BUS BAR 15X100 MM FOR 2500AMPS AC 50HZ Reply karan says: November 20, 2014 at 11:51 am thank u sir, for this information Reply P.Ramesh kanna says: November 21, 2014 at 1:33 pm useful information Reply Hitesh parikh says: November 24, 2014 at 6:39 am Dear sir, This information very much use to new design Engineer. Hitesh parikh Design Engineer in MV SWGR company Reply Biswanath Hazra says: December 9, 2014 at 10:38 am Truly useful. Thanks for sharing. Reply indrajit says: December 10, 2014 at 6:52 am Dear Sir, thanks for your above article, I also want the same type of calculation for Earthing bus bar(Conductor) for electrical panel. Reply Datta says: December 11, 2014 at 1:20 pm Thanks Sir, I need more elaboration on the temperature rise calculation. I am not able to get the answer 30 in the given example. Deg cel with the given formula. My T1= 40 Deg cel, I1= 4055 Amp, I2= 4000 Amp , T2= ? : Calculated Maximum Temperature Rise (T2)=35/(Log(697/630)1.64) Pl help, Thx, Datta Reply Faizal Ruzley says: December 15, 2014 at 2:00 am Good Info, Thanks for detail and calculation,good for RMU and CSU design. Reply phaneendra kumar says: December 16, 2014 at 5:29 pm Thank you for your information.I am doing Air core reactor designs myself.I know the temperature rise of the conductor.It is R&D ..I am not getting Economical Designs…They are going very large size for smaller current and impedance… Will you pleas help to do learn reactor design….I am doing this research my self from last one year.. Reply Vinodkumar says: December 20, 2014 at 8:55 am Dear Sir, Very use ful information you have given to us. Thank you . I have one doubt . Can you please tell me why we choose 2nos of 75X10 bus bar for each phase when one is enough for the Isc rating. Is there anything else we have to know. Reply Nani says: December 21, 2014 at 5:34 pm sir, i want to learn more from u…… Reply Paulraj says: January 28, 2015 at 5:46 am Ji, Let me know the factors reference for PVC sleeve & matt black painted busbar. Reply Chatzakis Zacharias says: February 3, 2015 at 9:05 am hi, nice info indeed. i’d also like to know how you chose the above bus bar size and please post the board with the bus bar dimensions. thanks Reply rajeev says: February 19, 2015 at 4:59 pm thank you sir Reply mourad says: March 8, 2015 at 3:50 pm Thanks a lot brother Reply vipin khandelwal says: March 8, 2015 at 6:28 pm Hello Sir, Thanks for the information but I have one doubt . Can you please tell me why we choose 2 nos of 75X10 bus bar for each phase when one is enough for the Isc rating. Is there anything else we have to know. Which standard reference you have considered ? Thanks, Vipin Reply eqsgroups says: April 2, 2015 at 6:45 am Dear Sir, Please provide following information given below1- How to select Al Bus bar (Info of Al Bus bar Material ) 2-How to compare Al and Cu Bus bar to select for same rating. 3-Any thumb rule is there to select bus bar size quickly. 4-Please provide bus bar selection chart for AL and Cu Both. 5-How to select no, of Bus bar per phase. Reply Subhadeep Banerjee says: April 3, 2015 at 4:04 pm Thank u sir, this will help me a lot in my field of job… Reply Girisha CD says: April 25, 2015 at 4:57 am Very Usefull document…. Reply ron says: May 14, 2015 at 3:54 pm Power distribution load centers generally have 2 methods of current supply. Source current is either introduced at one end of the bus (top fed) with branch circuit loads distributed through taps and over-current devices along the bus. Many smaller capacity load centers (100-225 amperes) have current supplied through a main breaker connected to the mid-section of a bus. How is bus design affected with a center fed approach as opposed to a top fed approach? Did your calculation assume the top fed design approach? Thank you Reply K. Sivakumar says: May 14, 2015 at 4:20 pm Can you refer to relevant IS/IEEE/IEC Standard that you followed for these calculations? You may mail me at: “[email protected]” Reply sandeep tawade says: June 17, 2015 at 9:31 am can provide bus bar size calculation for 3sec Reply dinesh says: June 24, 2015 at 4:58 am hello sir i have 63 A mcb 24 nos out going. so what would be a main incommer. Reply rahul says: June 25, 2015 at 2:00 pm Very thankful to you Dear Sir, Please provide following information given below1- How to select Al Bus bar (Info of Al Bus bar Material ) 2-How to compare Al and Cu Bus bar to select for same rating. 3-Any thumb rule is there to select bus bar size quickly. 4-Please provide bus bar selection chart for AL and Cu Both. 5-How to select no, of Bus bar per phase. Reply Zee says: July 2, 2015 at 11:04 am Jignesh .Parmar, Its a blessing that you are maintaining this site…… Reply TranMinh says: July 8, 2015 at 2:15 pm Someone explains to me: Number of Bus Bar Strip per Phase (K1)..What is bus bar strip Reply Mahesh says: July 9, 2015 at 3:15 pm Please tell me what is the formula for determine MCCB maximum working temperature..? Reply Mushtaq Ahmad says: August 24, 2015 at 7:30 am Thanks a lot for sharing such a useful article Reply Nandarathana says: August 26, 2015 at 9:27 am Dear Sir, Please explain why did u take 50 deg. C as ambient temperature? Is it actual ambient temperature of settled value after temperature has risen due to heat emitted? Thanks Reply BAMBANG Yuwono says: November 11, 2015 at 10:58 pm Thankyou for all your usefull refference. And 1 question Ihave small power plant with 1 set 500 kva cat,365 kva cat, n 100 kva cummin eng I want to built synchronize both of thre genset for safe operation and load sharing….best regard Bambaang Yuwono. Reply Ramesh says: October 23, 2015 at 9:31 am Dear Sir, I want to design a Bus bar of rating 700V, 130A DC supply , then what is thinkness of bus bar size when it is a copper material Reply BAMBANG yu says: November 11, 2015 at 10:52 pm Thankyou for all your usefull refference. And 1 question Ihave small power plant with 1 set 500 kva cat,365 kva cat, n 100 kva cummin eng I want to built synchronize both of thre genset for safe operation and load sharing….best regard Bambaang Yuwono. Reply Ravindra says: December 17, 2015 at 10:06 am how to select busbar as per rating changes of panel… for eg.. 1000A ACB, 2500A ACB … WHICH SIZE OF BUSBAR WE HAVE SELECT Reply Nur.Md.Badsha says: December 28, 2015 at 1:54 pm Please let me know about I/d(50/63) for F1 N.M.badsha Electrical & Electronic Engineer,KUET Experience on power Distribution,pharmaceutical,Food & Beverage Production Machineries. Reply Rajan says: December 31, 2015 at 10:43 am Hi – is there any reference document to substantiate the consideration of current density 1.6A/mm2 Reply abhinav shukla says: January 6, 2016 at 7:23 am thank you sir for sharing your valuable knowledge Reply S.Selvam says: January 20, 2016 at 7:31 am Sir, Pl.provide us design calculation for AMF Panel bus bar size – Both three phases & one neutral ,we have three DG Set which are 500KVA each and controlled by 800A / 1600A ACB with protection Reply gulshad khan says: March 8, 2016 at 7:07 am MD GULSHAD KHAN IT IS A VERY USEFUL CALCULATION FOR SELECTING THE BUSBAR Reply NAGA CHAITANYA VEMURI says: March 14, 2016 at 6:02 am can you please clarify me, for HIGH RISE Buildings , Bus bars are used instead of only using armored cables . Is this because of economical factor or any technical advantage is there.? Reply Amita says: May 1, 2016 at 11:13 am Tanks, it is very useful If it is possible for you, please tell us about your standard or document reference. Best regards. Reply zillur rahman says: May 25, 2016 at 8:19 am can i use half grade copper bus bar for 1000amps cos formula Reply Papoo Sankaran says: May 26, 2016 at 5:47 pm Greetings to you Mr.Jignesh Parmar. You are doing a great service yo practicing engineers.After all, teaching is a noble way of serving the people. Reply zillur rahman says: May 28, 2016 at 10:01 am can iuse half grade copper bas bar 500&1000amps change over switch formula? Reply SUNNY KUMAR says: June 13, 2016 at 5:07 am thanks for this useful information. which standards are applicable to this calculation. Reply amitkumar says: June 15, 2016 at 8:47 am Thanks for bus bar information Reply Papoo Sankaran says: June 17, 2016 at 9:05 am Item(6) De-rating Factor K6: Area of Busbar is mentioned as Width x Thickness x Length.x No.of busbars. How can the product of these three dimensions be “area”, it can be only “volume”; Please clarify. Reply lohit says: July 5, 2016 at 5:17 am thanks for the information Reply Vasu says: July 8, 2016 at 10:41 am you want panel board design for LT switchgear & current rating busbar calculation (copper & Aluminium) Reply Sonia says: July 14, 2016 at 1:02 pm According to which IEC standard is performed this calculation? Reply Rohith says: August 22, 2016 at 5:56 am any one knows how to find bus bar size with a only amps rating. because i dont know about the bus bar size mean, how could i find the bus bar rating with a only amps. any one know the formulas ????? Reply Palwe Babasaheb says: August 31, 2016 at 9:14 am it will be gr8 if you provide backup sheet (All table source))for above calculations. Reply D.VAMSI KRISHNA says: September 5, 2016 at 7:06 pm thnks for the information sir,, can you post a quick thumb rule to check the size of busbar with respect to CB used (ex.800A MCCB/ACB etc) Reply Shyam Pathak says: October 24, 2016 at 9:34 am I request you to please mention reference IS / IEC standard for better understanding As per temperature rise calculation : Source Reference : IEC 62271 – 1 Reply mohit jain says: October 27, 2016 at 5:40 am great job sir……………..thanks for the info Reply NARSIMULU says: November 21, 2016 at 9:48 am the above mentioned explanation is based on which Forum or what? Reply bhas karan says: January 14, 2017 at 2:27 pm Current Rating of Bus bar after De rating Factor (I1)= 0.9*630 = 567 or 697 ??? Reply PRITHWIRAJ GHATAK says: October 17, 2017 at 7:35 pm it’s a typographical error…should be 630/.9 Reply AHMED SAAD says: February 20, 2017 at 2:52 pm KINDLY PROVIDE US WITH THE RELATION BETWEEN BUS BAR SIZING AND INTERNAL SEPARATION Reply Venkatesan says: February 21, 2017 at 10:36 am For outdoor installation, factor k6 has to be 0.95,0.9 & 0.85. For Indoor installation with poor ventilation, k6 to be 0.65,0.6 & 0.5. Reply K THIRUMAL RAO says: April 7, 2017 at 11:13 am Thanks Mr. Parmar, I was looking for data related to the torque limits for the bus bar joints and its impact on temperature rise of bus bars during normal usage. Are there any methods to deduce temperature during full load conditions based on temperatures available during part load condition of the system ( like we have seen temperature rise near MCCB 630 A terminals of 55deg above ambient of 35 deg at a constant load of 300A, what would be temp at say 600A, is 55+35 = 90Deg acceptable at 50% load ) Reply Rajesh says: April 17, 2017 at 3:54 pm Sir,in bus bar size calculation from where we get the values of alpha, Dita,and Dita t Reply Arunkumar says: April 21, 2017 at 6:35 am Please advise from which standard the derating factors are taken Reply Vijay Kumar says: April 23, 2017 at 4:39 pm can i share this on my personal blog ??? really useful info !!! Reply Karthik says: May 2, 2017 at 9:33 am dear sir , Confirm temperature inside outdoor Metering panel when carrying full load current at an ambient of 40 Deg.C. Reply ARIJIT ROY says: May 16, 2017 at 2:56 pm It is a very usefull calculation, which could serve my present requirement. In future pls forward the useful eletrical calculation to my mail id. Thank you. Reply ARIJIT ROY says: May 16, 2017 at 3:05 pm Could you help me to forward the cu bus bar-bar dimensions(wdth x thknss ) for 1000Amp, 500Amp, 300Amp, & 200Amp Bar . Reply omer asif says: June 20, 2017 at 9:25 am how to calculate Resistivity of copper bus bar Reply pavitra says: June 28, 2017 at 2:32 pm hi jignesh can you mail me copy of Indal text book and Thomas & rata text book if you have. regards [email protected] +91-9826719220 Reply SIVAKUMAR K says: July 3, 2017 at 1:18 am Dear Ms. Pavitra, Just now I have sent the book by mail to your above mail ID. Please acknowledge receipt. Reply sai krishna betha says: July 3, 2017 at 1:39 pm This gives the volume of the right, how you considered it as area? Reply manoj says: August 30, 2017 at 8:16 am sir kindly show me the calculator of selection switch gear and cable size Reply rasoul Zare says: December 17, 2017 at 11:58 am Dear Jignesh This is very useful technical information which you share Thanks Reply

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