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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Association, Electrical Contractors'.
Guide to the IET Wiring Regulations : 17th Edition IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671:2008 incorporating Amendment No 1:2011).
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Electrical Contractors' Association
|Notes:||D5.5 Proximity to other services.|
|Description:||1 online resource (283 pages)|
|Contents:||Guide to the IET Wiring Regulations; Contents; Foreword by Giuliano Digilio; Preface; Acknowledgements; A: BS 7671:2008 Amd No. 1:2011 Requirements for Electrical Installations --
Introduction and Overview; A1 Introduction to BS 7671:2008; A2 Plan and layout of BS 7671:2008; A3 Overview of major changes; A4 Amendment No. 1:2011; B: Legal Relationship and General Requirements of BS 7671:2008 Amd No. 1:2011; B1 Legal requirements and relationship; B1.1 Key legal UK legislation; B1.2 The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EWR 1989). B1.3 The Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002(as amended)B1.4 The Electricity Act 1984 (as amended); B1.5 The Building Act 1984, The Building Regulations and Part P; B1.6 The Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulations 2006; B1.7 Tort and negligence; B2 The role of Standards; B3 Part 3 of BS 7671:2008 --
assessment of general characteristics; C: Circuitry and Related Parts of BS 7671:2008 AmdNo. 1:2011; C1 Introduction; C2 Design procedure overview; C3 Load assessment; C3.1 Principles and definitions; C3.2 Maximum demand assessment; C3.3 Diversity; C4 Circuitry design. C4.1 IntroductionC4.2 Protection against overcurrent in general; C4.3 Overload protection; C4.4 Fault protection; C4.5 Voltage drop; C4.6 Disconnection and electric shock protection; C5 Sub-mains; C5.1 Diversity; C5.2 Distribution circuit (sub-main) selection; C5.3 Armouring as a CPC; C5.4 Automatic disconnection for sub-mains; C6 Discrimination co-ordination; C6.1 Principles and system co-ordination; C6.2 Fuse-to-fuse discrimination; C6.3 Circuit breaker to circuit breaker discrimination; C6.4 Circuit breaker to fuse discrimination; C7 Parallel cables; C7.1 General and BS 7671 requirements. C7.2 Unequal current sharingC8 Harmonics; C8.1 Requirements; C8.2 Harmonic assessment; C9 Standard final circuit designs; C9.1 Introduction and scope; C9.2 Standard domestic circuits; C9.3 All purpose standard final circuits; C10 RCDs and circuitry; C10.1 Introduction --
increased use of RCDs; C10.2 Consumer unit arrangements for RCDs; C11 Ring and radial final circuits; C11.1 Introduction; C11.2 Ring final circuits; C11.3 Radial final circuits; D: Selection and Erection --
Equipment; D1 Introduction and fundamentals; D2 Compliance with Standards; D3 Identification of conductors --
introduction. D3.1 Principle of required identification (Regulation 514.3.1)D3.2 Identification by colour; D3.3 Identification by marking; D3.4 Alterations and additions --
identification; D3.5 Interface marking; D3.6 DC identification; D4 Protection against voltage and electromagnetic disturbance; D4.1 General; D4.2 Electromagnetic compatibility and prevention of mutual detrimental; D5 Wiring systems; D5.1 The choice of wiring systems; D5.2 Circulating currents and eddy currents in single-core installations; D5.3 Electrical connections and joints; D5.4 Wiring systems --
minimizing spread of f?ire.