A Compact, On-the-Job Reference for Linemen and Cablemen Fully updated with the latest NEC and OSHA standards, this one-stop portable guide contains the crucial electrical data, formulas, calculations, and safety information essential at any jobsite. The Lineman's and Cableman's Field Manual, Second Edition, provides easy-to-follow details on constructing, operating, and maintaining both overhead and underground electric distribution and transmission lines. Helpful charts, tables, diagrams, equations, and definitions are included throughout this handy resource. The new edition of the manual covers: Line conductors * Cable, splices, and terminations * Distribution voltage transformers * Wood-pole structures * Guying * Lightning and surge protection * Fuses * Inspection and maintenance plans * Tree trimming * Rope, knots, splices, and gear * Grounding * Protective grounds * Safety equipment and rescueExample: What is the power drawn by a 20-amp purely resistive load, with a power factor of 1, operating at 120 volts? ... much current is drawn by a 10-kW load from a 220-volt ac cirI 5 P E 3 pf 5 60 120 3 1 5 0.5 amp cuit if the power factor isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Lineman and Cablemans Field Manual, Second Edition|
|Author||:||Thomas Shoemaker, James Mack|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2009-03-16|