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Building Size: 3,800 square feet (exclusive of an unfinished

Customer Question

Building Size: 3,800 square feet (exclusive of an unfinished
basement, not adaptable for future use, an
unfinished attic, and open porches)
• Small Appliance Branch Circuits: 3
• Laundry Branch Circuits: 1
4 National Electrical Code
• Fastened-in-Place Appliances: Water heater (28 kVA),
Dishwasher (1,200 VA), Food Disposal (1,200 VA), Attic
Fans (2) @ 750 VA (1,500 VA total)
• Clothes Dryer: 5 kW
• Ranges, Ovens, Cooktops: Range 12 kW
• HVAC System: 3.5 Ton AC system 240 V, 17.9 A,
Air handler 3.3 A)
Question 1: Total General Lighting and Receptacle Load
Determine the total general lighting and receptacle load by
calculating the general lighting load, the small-appliance
branch circuit load, and the laundry branch circuit load.
Apply any demand factor as applicable.
Question 2: Fixed-in-Place Appliance Load
Determine the total fixed-in-place appliance load.
Question 3: Dryer Load
Determine the line and the neutral load for the dryer circuit
in this residence.
Question 4: Cooking Equipment Demand Load
Determine the line and the neutral load for the range in this
residence.
Question 5: HVAC Load
Determine the total AC load for the HVAC system in this
residence.
Question 6: Largest Motor Load
Determine the largest motor load for this residence. Do not
consider the AC unit as a motor load.
Question 7: Total Demand, Service Size and Service
Conductors. Based on your calculations for questions 1–6, determine
the total demand in VA for this residence, the minimum
service size, and the minimum conductor sizes (THW) for
the ungrounded and grounding electrode conductors (assume
the neutral conductor to be the same as the ungrounded
conductor).
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Mr. Gregory White replied 8 months ago.

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Customer: replied 8 months ago.
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Expert:  Mr. Gregory White replied 8 months ago.
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