Electricians Calculations Manual

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 1, 2005 - Mathematics - 263 pages
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This is a calculations book aimed at working electricians and those attempting to pass the Electrician’s Exam. Like nothing currently on the market, this manual details and annotates key calculations electricians use in the field. Electricians can either learn the underpinnings of the calculation or simply “plub and chug” their way through the problem. A final chapter provides the basics of the algebra and trigonometry used throughout the book, and a wealth of self-tests are also included.

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Contents

DIRECT CURRENT CALCULATIONS
5
ALTERNATING CURRENT CALCULATIONS
27
TRANSFORMERS
49
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Nick Fowler has been a practicing electrician for 35 years. He holds several state and Master Electrician licenses, and has been an electrical journeyman, foreman, and general foreman. He also taught electrical technology at a community college. Mr. Fowler is a member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 191, Everett, Washington, and has worked around the United States as part of the union. His home is currently in San Antonio, Texas.

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