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Get the latest calculation procedures for quickly and accurately solving any electrical design or installation procedure. The only book of its kind on the market today, this invaluable handbook gives you every essential calcualtion used in day-to-day electrical construction work--for wiring. . .lighting and appliance branch circuits. . .feeders for power and light. . .motor circuits. . .and transformers. Now updated to conform to the latest National electrical Code, the revised edition of this unique and indispensable reference features: Calculations for solving even the most difficult electrical design and installation problems--quickly, easily, and accurately; All calculations conveniently categorized according tot equipment types, such as lighting, motors, heating, and controls; Sample calculations, applications examples, and worksheets for electrical systems in residential, commercial, insitutional, recreational, and industrial facilities; National Electric Code provisions that influence calculation procedures. With more than 350 detailed illustrations, this updated handbook will enable anyone involved in the elctrical construction industry to determine the most efficient and cost-eefective approach to the design, layout, installation, operation, and maintenance of electric circuits, systems, and equipment.
Joseph F. McPartland is the nation's leading expert on the National Electrical Code, and the principal author of McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code Handbook, and Handbook of Practical Electrical Design, 2d Ed. Brian J. McPartland is an electrical construction consultant and editor of Electrical Design and Installation magazine. He is a co-author of McGraw-Hill’s National Electrical Code Handbook. Steven P. McPartland is an engineer for GE/Northern Electrical Supply Company, and an instructor for the New Jersey State Apprenticeship Training Program. Jack E. Pullizzi is an assistant facilities engineer for AT&T Bell Laboratories and an instructor in electrical systems at Ocean County College. He is also a contributing editor to Electrical Contractor magazine.