Stop struggling with Rolling Sphere designs! Watch this and you decide – XGSLabs 10
Why You Should Attend
After this webinar you will learn how to save an insane amount of time when compared to using generic CAD tools to calculate RSM.
The rolling sphere method is a great way of designing structures that are fully protected from lightning. The rolling sphere method is based on the assumption that lightning currents flow horizontally, as well as vertically.
It is a very in-depth and time consuming process which makes it difficult to be used without running proprietary software like XGSLab SHIELD
The Rolling Sphere Method (RSM) is a methodology that is used to calculate lightning protection of exposed structures. RSM calculates the amount of exposed structure, its distance from the point at which lightning strikes and the probability that it will be struck.
The following are some key features:
- It provides a quick and accurate estimation of the risk of a lightning strike
- It calculates exposed parts of a site for any kind of exposed structure
- It can be used for BS EN 62305 calculation compliance
After this webinar, you will learn how to save an insane amount of time when compared to using generic CAD tools to calculate RSM.
Who should attend?
This webinar is right for you if you are…
- Responsible for a design team that delivers Lightning Protection Designs
- Someone who does LPS design
- Someone who checks if an LPS design really works
Do you need to be a technical person to attend?
The simple answer is no. This is a visual presentation so anyone can gain an appreciation of the problem that XGS can solve.