Interpreting the National Electrical Code

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This guide explains the articles of the National Electrical Code and offers practical examples to illustrate how the code is applied. Discussion is organized by subject, integrating material on how the code is interpreted in specific field situations with information that is not directly addressed in the code, such as work in metric units, voltage drop, transformer K-ratings, and photovoltaic systems. The guide is useful as a how-to book and a professional reference for apprentices, electricians, and electrical inspectors. This sixth edition contains beginning and advanced multiple-choice problem sets. The authors are affiliated with Michigan State University. c. Book News Inc.

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Contents

GENERAL WIRING AND FUNDAMENTALS
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ELECTRICAL CALCULATIONS WITH A CALCULATOR
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FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY
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About the author (1990)

Surbrook has extensive practical experience in electrical writing, as well as many years of exeprience as an instructor in the electrical trade. Truman is a Professor of Agricultural Engineering at Michigan State University, a registered Professional Engineer, and Master Electrician.

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