National Electrical Safety Code 2007 Handbook (eBook Part 2)

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Date

November 23, 2006

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Electronic book text, 752 pages

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0071493638 / 9780071493635

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Overview


Main description

A Hands-on Guide to the 2007 NESC® that Clarifies Code Rules for You to Achieve Full Compliance!

McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Safety Code® 2007 Handbook delivers a rule-by-rule annotation of the NESC® that clarifies the often confusing Code text and allows you to perform your work confidently and safely. Designed for use with the Code itself, this expert resource guides readers through safety rules for the installation, operation, and maintenance of electrical supply stations and equipment, and also for overhead and underground electric supply and communication lines.

Fully updated with all the latest rules, McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Safety Code® 2007 Handbook features:

  • The best complete NESC® annotation currently available
  • A rule-by-rule overview of the entire code
  • Over 500 detailed illustrations and photographs
  • A wealth of practical examples of code applications
  • Concise explanations of controversial rules

Inside this Time-Saving, NESC Compliance Tool

• General Sections: Definitions • Grounding • Part 2. Rules for Installation and Maintenance of Overhead Electric Supply and Communication Lines: Inspections • Clearances • Joint Use • Grades of Construction • Loadings • Strength Requirements • Line Insulation


Table of contents

PrefaceAcknowledgmentsGeneral SectionsSection 01: Introduction to the National Electrical Safety CodeSection 02: Definitions of Special TermsSection 03: ReferencesSection 09: Grounding Methods for Electric Supply and Communications FacilitiesPart 1: Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Electric Supply Stations and EquipmentSection 10: Purpose and Scope of RulesSection 11: Protective Arrangements in Electric Supply StationsSection 12: Installation and Maintenance of EquipmentSection 13: Rotating EquipmentSection 14: Storage BatteriesSection 15: Transformers and RegulatorsSection 16: ConductorsSection 17: Circuit Breakers, Reclosers, Switches, and FusesSection 18: Switchgear and Metal-Enclosed BusSection 19: Surge ArrestersPart 2: Safety Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Overhead Electric Supply and Communication LinesSection 20: Purpose, Scope, and Application of RulesSection 21: General RequirementsSection 22: Relations Between Various Classes of Lines and EquipmentSection 23: ClearancesSection 24: Grades of ConstructionSection 25: Loadings for Grades B and CSection 26: Strength RequirementsSection 27: Line InsulationSection 28: Section Number 28 Not Used in This EditionSection 29: Section Number 29 Not Used in This EditionPart 3: Safety Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Underground Electric Supply and Communication LinesSection 30: Purpose, Scope, and Application of RulesSection 31: General Requirements Applying to Underground LinesSection 32: Underground Conduit SystemsSection 33: Supply CableSection 34: Cable in Underground StructuresSection 35: Direct-Buried CableSection 36: RisersSection 37: Supply Cable TerminationsSection 38: EquipmentSection 39: Installation in TunnelsPart 4: Rules for the Operation of Electric Supply and Communications Lines and EquipmentSection 40: Purpose and ScopeSection 41: Supply and Communication Systems -- Rules for EmployersSection 42: General Rules for EmployeesSection 43: Additional Rules for Communications EmployeesSection 44: Additional Rules for Supply EmployeesAPPENDIX A: PHOTOGRAPHS OF NESC APPLICATIONSAPPENDIX B: OSHA STANDARDS RELATED TO THE NESC WORK RULESINDEX


Author comments

David J. Marne, P.E., B.S.E.E., is a consulting electrical engineer. He is company president and senior engineer for Marne and Associates, Inc., in Missoula, Montana, where he specializes in NESC(R) training and engineering design. Mr. Marne serves on NESC(R)Subcommittee 4, Overhead Lines-Clearances, he is a senior member of the IEEE, and has presented seminars on the NESC(R) to a variety of industry professionals.


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A Hands-on Guide to the 2007 NESC that Clarifies Code Rules so You Can Achieve Full Compliance!

McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Safety Code 2007 Handbook delivers a rule-by-rule annotation of the NESC that clarifies the often confusing Code text and allows you to perform your work confidently and safety. Designed for use with the Code itself, this expert resource guides you through safety rules for the installation, operation, and maintenance of electrical supply stations and equipment, and also for overhead and underground electric supply and communication lines.

Fully updated with all the latest rules, McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Safety Code 2007 Handbook features:

  • The best complete NESC annotation currently available
  • A rule-by-rule overview of the entire code
  • Over 500 detailed illustrations and photographs
  • A wealth of practical examples of code applications
  • Concise explanations of controversial rules

Inside this Time-Saving, NESC Compliance Tool:

GENERAL SECTIONS:
Definitions
Grounding

PART 1: Rules for Installation and Maintenance of Electric Supply Stations and Equipment:
Fences, Safety Signs, Storage, Working Space, Batteries, Transformers and Regulators, Conductors, Circuit Breakers, Reclosers, Switches and Fuses, Surge Arresters

PART 2: Rules for Installation and Maintenance of Overhead Electric Supply and Communication Lines:
Inspections, Clearances, Joint Use, Grades of Construction, Loadings, Strength Requirements, Line Insulation

PART 3: Rules for Installation and Maintenance of Underground Electric Supply and Communication Lines:
Underground Conduit Systems, Supply Cable, Cable in Underground Structures, Direct-Buried Cable, Risers, Terminations

PART 4: Rules for Operation of Electric Supply and Communication Lines and Equipment:
Employer Rules, Employee Rules, Communication Worker Rules, Supply Worker Rules, OSHA Requirements





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