Optimal cross-section of the cable versus energieloss.
Green earth co2 The larger the crosssection, the more less the energieloss in the cable dus to the designcurrent. However a thicker cable needs a larger investment. One has to find the balance between investmentcosts and the energyloss over the years. With a second calculationbutton Kabel++ searches for the optimum between investmentcosts and energieloss. For the calculation of the energyloss the user needs to enter the kWh price and the years to which it concerns. Certainly regarding sustainability and green housing this option preferably to use.

Additional electrotechnical calculations
Additional information calculations have been added, such as:
-  The capacity of a transformer or generator necessary to launch the starting current of a motor.
-  Calculation of the force between two currents at a distance from one another. A rail system in an MCC is good example of this situation.
    This rail system must be mechanically designed to withstand these forces.
-  Calculation of the capacities and reactance of a cable at certain frequencies.
-  Overview of energy losses in the cable,including the CO2 footprint of the losses.
-  Calculation of the influence of impact at low voltage (400VAC) to the high voltage (10 kV) area.

Additional non-electrotechnical calculations

Several non-electrotechnical calculations can be performed, such as:
-  Calculating pump shaft power.
-  Pipe flow versus diameter.
-  Lightcalculations.