The first edition of this title proved the most successful of the Portable Handbook series launched in 1999. Aimed at electrical engineers and technicians working in building power systems, the relentlessly practical Handbook succeeded as an in the field working tool. This new edition is necessitated by the new 2002 version of the National Electrical Code (NEC). This code changes render much of the existing material obsolete, so over half the chapters require heavy rewrites to stay current.The one-line diagram should include information such as: Conductor size Number of conductors per phase Material ... currents Horsepower Voltage Type of starting characteristic (e.g., across the line) 0 Type of overload relay (Class 10, ... at critical points in the distribution system (such as transformers, main switchgear, panelboards, motor control centers, load centers, and large motors and generators).
|Title||:||Electrical Engineer's Portable Handbook|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2003-09-19|