Industrial Electrical Wiring: Design, Installation, and Maintenance e-book
by John E. Traister
I got this book before and i give it to my friend as gift,next day i feel penitent.
overcurrent protection. high-and low-voltage terminations. and many more real-world concerns. I got this book before and i give it to my friend as gift,next day i feel penitent. Mr. Traister do good jop by showing and explaning the meterials with clear figures and calculations,but he show different method of ducting and he miss how we decide to select a proper method this book is easy to.
This text should be useful to both electricians and plant and maintenance engineers, it covers codes, standards and print reading and offers how-to information on the design and implementation of actual designs.
Finally, there's a one-stop, problem-solving guide for every.
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John E. Traister (deceased) was involved in the electrical construction industry for more than 35 years
John E. Traister (deceased) was involved in the electrical construction industry for more than 35 years. He authored or co-authored numerous McGraw-Hill books for electrical professionals, including Illustrated Dictionary for Electrical Workers, Electrician’s Exam Preparation Guide, and Handbook of Electrical Design Details.
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It also includes a nutsand-bolts survey of how to start or grow a business, and how to work in other areas of the low-voltage systems industry.