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Applied Codeology Understanding the 2005 National Electrical Code

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ISBN-10: 1401879934

ISBN-13: 9781401879938

Edition: 2005

Authors: NJATC Staff

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Designed as a ?how to? guide on reading and interpreting the 2005 National Electrical Code, Applied Codeology is a working companion to the Code, written by the experts at the NJATC. Apprentices, journeyman, contractors, engineers, designers, and estimators alike will benefit from this positive, systematic approach to understanding the Code. Readers are encouraged to first examine a section from the Code Book before referring to the correlating annotations in this manual. Where questions are used to illustrate the ?applied codeology? system, users are requested to locate the answer in the suggested Code article before checking the answer in this book. This methodical handling of and…    
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List price: $81.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 12/29/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 256
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.222

The Development of the National Electrical Code
The NEC Process
Sequence of Events
Committee Memebership Classifications
Review Questions
Basic Building Block #1
Table of Contents
NEC Table of Contents
Review Questions
Basic Building Block #2
Section 90.3
The Arrangement of the NEC
Section 90.3
Review Questions
Basic Building Block #3
NEC Structure: NEC Organization
Mandatory Rules
Permissive Rules, and Explanatory Material
Review Questions
Basic Building Block #4
Article 100: The Language of the NEC
NEC Language: Article 100
Review Questions
Codeology Fundamentals
Marking up Your Codebook
Clues and Keywords
The Four Basic Building Blocks of the Codeology Method
Getting in the Right Chapter
Article, and Part
Fundamental Steps Unsing Codeology
Review Questions
Article 90
The Introduction to the NEC: NEC How to Begin
Article 90 Introduction
Review Questions
Chapter 1 of the NEC
General: NEC Chapter 1-General
Article 110 Requirements for Electrical Installations
Part I General
Part 11 600 Volt
Nominal or Less
Part II Over 600 Volts
Part IV Tunnel Installations Over 600 Volts
Part V Manholes and Other Electric enclosures Intended for Personnel Entry
All Voltages
Key Words/Clues for Chapter 1- General
Review Questions
Practice Problems
Chapter 2 of the NEC
"Plan": Wiring
Key Words/Clues for Chapter 2
Think Plan and go to Chapter 2
Review questions
Practice Problems
Chapter 3 of the NEC
"Build": NEC Chapter 3 "Build"
Wiring Methods
General Information for all Wiring Methods and Materials
Fittings, and Meter Socket/Handhole Enclosures
Cable Assemblies and Raceways
Key Worsds/Clues for Chapter 3
Think Build and go to Chapter 3
Review Questions
Practice Problems
Chapter 4 of the NEC
"USE": NEC: Chapter 4 "Use"
Categoration of Chapter 4
Key Words/Clues for Chapter 4
Review Questions
Practice Problems
Chapters 5, 6, and 7 of the NEC
Special: Arangement of the Special Chapters
The general, Plan, Build, and Use Stages are Modified and Supplemented by Chapters 5, 6, and 7
NEC Chapter 5 "Special Occupancies"
Hazardous Locations
Zone Classifications System
Health Care Facilities
Assembly Occupancies for 100 or More Persons
Entertainment Venues
Agricultural Buildings for Poultry
Livestock and Fish
Manufactured Buildings
Dwellings and Recreational Structures
Structures on or Adjacent to Bodies of Water
Temporary Installations
NEC Chapter 6 "Special Equipment"
NEC Chapter 7 "Special Conditions"
Review Questions
Practice Problems
Chapter 8 of the NEC
Communications Systems
NEC: Chapter 8 Commuications Systems
Review Questions
Practice Problems
Chapter 9 of the NEC
Tables and Annexes: Tables
Review Questions
Test Preparation: Electrical Contractor
Journeymand/Master Electrician and Inspector Exams Based on the NEC
Types of Exams
Reading Each Question
Types of Questions
Time Management
Review Questions