Electrical Design Guide for Commercial Buildings

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 22, 1998 - House & Home - 353 pages
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With this authoritative, easy-to-follow guide, you can design and specify electrical systems for virtually any commercial building easily, efficiently, and accurately. You'll be able to submit lower bids, foster greater client satisfaction, and encounter fewer problems during construction. Electrical Design Guide for Commercial Buildings shows you step by step how to organize, layout and circuit, and complete the design of electrical power and telephone/communications systems for commercial and industrial buildings. This handy guide gives you all the information and tables you need within a comprehensive step-by-step map of the entire design process. You also get a rich assortment of schematics, sample details, typical floor plans, and model documents, the 10 most-used NEC tables, pro-level tips on energy conservation and cost cutting, and help with—and even source code for—frequently used computer applications. Whether pro or novice, you'll find the key to better, faster, and cheaper electrical design for commercial buildings inside this book.

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Contents

The Fundamentals of Electricity
1
Electrical Circuits
19
Phase Diagrams
31
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About the author (1998)

William H. Clark, II is a registered professional engineer with wide experience in electrical, lighting, mechanical, and structural projects. An expert on energy-efficient materials and designs, he is the author of Retrofitting for Energy Conservation. He is a member of the Technical Calculations Committee for the Illuminating Engineering Society, and a member of IEEE, ASHRAE, and ASME, as well as a member of the board of directors of Engineered Systems magazine. Mr. Clark has also written articles for numerous trade and technical journals, as well as several computer programs to model energy conservation strategies.

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