Demystifying short circuits in LV networks

6.00pm — 7.00pm AEDT, 01 February 2023
Engineers Australia Sydney Office Mezzanine Floor, 44 Market Street , Sydney New South Wales, 2000
Hybrid Event


This presentation will cover the principles for calculating the short circuit faults in LV networks and how this is applied to software we use today to calculate LV fault currents.

We will also address the importance of a deep understanding of fault currents calculation, which is crucial for the continuous operation of any LV electrical system.

Our speaker is an electrical engineer and mentor who has been involved in the electrical design of some of Australia's largest and most complex projects, such as the Western Sydney Airport Terminal Building, Duo Central Park and Rhodes Station Precinct.

About the speaker 

Snezana Pavic, MSc, CPEng, FIEAust, NPER
Technical Director and Electrical Practice Lead, Aurecon Australasia

Snezana is an NSW & ACT Electrical Practice Leader in Aurecon, with over 26 years’ experience in design, discipline coordination, project and client management. She is passionate about the importance of sharing her knowledge and is an active supporter of diversity agenda in the engineering industry. She is a mentor and a senior female role model in the construction industry.


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01 February 2023
07.00pm AEDT
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