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Lineman's and Cableman's Field Manual

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ISBN-10: 0071354700

ISBN-13: 9780071354707

Edition: 2000

Authors: James E. Mack, Thomas M. Shoemaker, Edwin B. Kurtz

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The quick look-up, portable version of the classic The Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook. This graphically-oriented field manual is filled with checklists, tables, data, and safety information that will help readers sidestep costly errors, and diagnose and repair failures on site--quickly and accurately; this makes it an indispensable tool for line and cable workers on the job. All the important safety information from OSHA and other key standards can be found here, along with specially designed pages for taking down notes. Covers everything from electric calculations and electrical symbols, to overhead construction and maintenance, to pole-top and bucket rescue, to lightning protection.
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Book details

List price: $52.50
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 3/23/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 416
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
The Electric Systemp. 1
Electrical Drawing Symbolsp. 1
Pictorial Representations of an Electric Systemp. 4
Units of Measurementp. 7
Definitionsp. 8
Formulas and Calculationsp. 10
Electrical Apparatusp. 24
Summary of Electrical Formulasp. 29
Line Conductorsp. 37
Typesp. 37
Definitionsp. 37
Wire Sizesp. 37
Sagging Conductorsp. 59
Cable, Splices and Terminationsp. 63
15-kV Underground Distribution Cable Layersp. 63
Other Examples of Cable Layeringp. 64
Conductor Metal Typesp. 66
Conductor Compositionp. 66
Conductor Shapesp. 67
Insulation Compoundsp. 67
Insulation Thicknessp. 67
Sample Cable Specificationsp. 68
Temperature Correction Formulap. 80
Distribution Voltage Transformersp. 83
Distribution Voltage Transformer Definitionp. 83
Alternating Current Electric Voltage Step-Down Transformerp. 83
Transformer Componentsp. 83
Transformer Formulasp. 84
Distribution Transformer Ratingsp. 85
Distribution Transformer Specificationsp. 86
Overhead CSP Distribution Transformerp. 89
Single-Phase Pad-Mounted Distribution Transformerp. 91
Three-Phase Pad-Mounted Distribution Transformerp. 94
Transformer Polarityp. 97
Wood-Pole Structuresp. 107
Wood-Pole Typesp. 107
Wood-Pole Preservativesp. 107
Wood-Pole Classifications, Dimensions, Weights and Breaking Strengthsp. 107
Wood-Pole Construction Standards Examplesp. 114
Guyingp. 125
Definitionsp. 125
Conductor Breaking Strengthsp. 128
Guy Size Determinationp. 132
Lightning and Surge Protectionp. 141
Definitionsp. 141
Classes of Surge Arrestersp. 142
Valve Block Types of Surge Arrestersp. 142
Surge Arrestor Selection Criteriap. 145
Fusesp. 159
Definitionsp. 159
Fuse Linksp. 159
Distribution Cutoutsp. 162
Time Current Curvesp. 164
Transformer Fusing Schedulesp. 164
Protective Overcurrent Coordinationp. 164
Inspection and Maintenance of Substations, Transmission Lines, and Distribution Linesp. 175
Substation Inspectionp. 175
Transmission-Line Inspectionp. 177
Distribution-Line Inspection Checklistp. 178
Distribution-Line Equipment Maintenancep. 179
Maintenance of Equipment Common to Transmission and Distribution Linesp. 184
Tree Trimmingp. 189
Industry Standardsp. 189
Definitionsp. 189
Trimming Branches and Limbsp. 192
Vehicular Equipmentp. 194
Toolsp. 195
Tree Trimming Tablesp. 198
Rope, Knots, Splices, and Gearp. 205
Groundingp. 237
Codesp. 237
Definitionsp. 237
Transmission-Line Groundsp. 241
Pole-Butt Groundingp. 245
Counterpoisep. 247
Distribution-Circuit Groundsp. 249
Installing Driven Groundsp. 254
Ground-Wire Moldingp. 255
Protective Groundsp. 257
Protective Ground Installationp. 261
Protective Ground Requirementsp. 263
Sources of Groundp. 264
Underground-System Protective Groundsp. 266
Safety Equipment and Rescuep. 273
United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safety Rulesp. 273
National Electrical Safety Codep. 273
De-energized Workp. 274
Hot-Line Workp. 274
Protective Equipmentp. 275
Resuscitationp. 283
Heart-Lung Resuscitation: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)p. 296
Pole-Top and Bucket-Truck Rescuep. 303
Bucket Truck Rescuep. 309
Importantp. 310
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970p. 313
Subpart V--Power Transmission and Distributionp. 313
OSHA Regulations (Standards-29 CFR) Electric Power Generation Transmission, and Distribution-1910.269p. 355
Indexp. 469
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