Rating of Electric Power Cables: Ampacity Computations for Transmission, Distribution, and Industrial Applications
This authoritative collaboration by IEE and McGraw-Hill, provides the standard computations and information needed to calculate electric cable ratings. For electrical engineers and other specialists working with electric power cables, this reference provides direct access to essential data including: selection of cables and cost; computations for current ratings; applications and advanced techniques; clear explanations of basic theory.
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