As I explained before that ordinary NonDwelling Buildings Loads will be as follows:
 Lighting loads,
 Receptacles Loads,
 Kitchen Loads,
 Heating, Ventilation and air conditioning Loads (NonCoincident Loads),
 Motor Loads,
 Other Loads.
For the above Nondwelling Loads, I explained the following points:
 Where and how to distribute each type of load in a dwelling unit as per NEC code?
 How to calculate its Demand load for feeder and service sizing calculations
This was done in the following Articles:
Today, I introduce to you, the most professional Excel Sheet for calculating the Total Demand Load for all types of Non Dwelling Buildings as per NEC Code.
Electrical Load Calculator for NonDwelling Buildings
This excel Sheet is exclusive for our website Electrical Know how, you will not find this Professional excel sheet anywhere in the web.
1 Advantages:
The Advantages of using this sheet than other similar ones are as follows:
 It explains all the NEC rules applied for each calculation step inside the sheet, for easy reviewing for each step calculations, rules, exceptions and tables.
 It is the most applicable calculator for all types of NonDwelling Buildings.
 It is the easy one for understanding and application.
 Some Demand Factors Tables are included in the excel sheet and no need to manually extract its data from the code as other similar ones do.
2 Table of Contents:
Table of Contents:

This Excel Spreadsheet contain (4) worksheets:

1 Cover

2 Calculator

3 Tables

4 Defintions

Cover Sheet 
Part of Calculation Sheet 
Tables Sheet 
Definitions Sheet 
3 Using Guide:
Using Guide:







Cell for Data Input




Cell for Sub Result




Cell for Final Result




Cell for Total Demand Load of the Building


4 Free
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to download your copy of ElectricalLoad Calculator for NonDwelling Units as per NEC Code, just click on the link.
In the next article, I will explain load calculations for special NonDwelling Buildings (Schools, Existing Installations and New Restaurants) by using NEC optional method. Please, keep following.
thank
ReplyDeletewonderful table and i didnt find any table regarding these calculation as your wonderful excel sheet
ReplyDeletebut i found may be 2 mistakes in the excel sheet
as follows
section six the largest motor there is an error in the function
section 4
for the receptacle load calculation the last part you forgot to apply demand factor as 100% of first 10000 + 0.5* the balance the excel sheet used all the value without any derating
thanks again for the wonderful table i didnt find anyhting sismilar to it in all internet site