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4 Mayr's Theory Mayr took a radically different approach to that of Cassie, and in 1943 he published his theory . He considered an arc column where the arc diameter is constant and where the arc temperature varies as a function of time, and of the radial dimension. He further assumed that the decay of the temperature of the arc was due to thermal conduction and that the electrical conductivity of the arc was dependent on temperature. From an analysis of the thermal conduction in Nitrogen at 6000 Kelvin and below, Mayr found only a slow increase of heat loss rate in relation with the axial temperature; therefore he assumed a constant power loss No which is independent of temperature or current.
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Calculate the normal, or rated current at the rated voltage, at the point of the fault corresponding to the chosen base KVA. I _ (KVA)b x 1000 n- 5. Calculate the per unit short circuit current corresponding to the per unit system voltage divided by the per unit total reactance. I pu 6. 3xv =_E_=_1_ XpJtotal) Calculate the fault current magnitude by multiplying the per unit current (Ip ,) times the rated current (I,). The following example is given to illustrate the application of the per unit method to the solution of a short circuit problem.