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National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) 2012 handbook

Author: David J Marne
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2012.
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This is an unmatched, expert resource to guide readers in achieving full compliance with the 2012 NESC.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David J Marne
OCLC Number: 794260296
Notes: "Based on the current 2012 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)."
Title from title screen.
Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: A. About the author --
B. Preface --
C. Acknowledgments --
A. General sections --
1. Section 01: introduction to the national electrical safety code --
010. Purpose --
011. Scope --
012. General rules --
013. Application --
014. Waiver --
015. Intent --
016. Effective date --
017. Units of measure --
018. Method of calculation --
2. Section 02: definitions of special terms --
3. Section 03: references --
4. Section 09: grounding methods for electric supply and communications facilities --
090. Purpose --
091. Scope --
092. Point of connection of grounding conductor --
093. Grounding conductor and means of connection --
094. Grounding electrodes --
095. Method of connection to electrode --
096. Ground resistance requirements --
097. Separation of grounding conductors --
098. Number 098 not used in this edition. --
099. Additional requirements for grounding and bonding of communication apparatus --
B. Part 1: rules for the installation and maintenance of electric supply stations and equipment --
5. Section 10: purpose and scope of rules --
100. Purpose --
101. Scope --
102. Applications of rules --
103. Referenced sections --
6. Section 11: protective arrangements in electric supply stations --
110. General requirements --
111. Illumination --
112. Floors, floor openings, passageways, and stairs --
113. Exits --
114. Fire-extinguishing equipment --
7. Section 12: installation and maintenance of equipment --
120. General requirements --
121. Inspections --
122. Guarding shaft ends, pulleys, belts, and suddenly moving parts --
123. Protective grounding --
124. Guarding live parts --
125. Working space about electric equipment --
126. Equipment for work on energized parts --
127. Classified locations --
128. Identification --
129. Mobile hydrogen equipment --
8. Section 13: rotating equipment --
130. Speed control and stopping devices --
131. Motor control --
132. Number 132 not used in this edition --
133. Short-circuit protection --
9. Section 14: storage batteries --
140. General --
141. Location --
142. Ventilation --
143. Racks --
144. Floors in battery areas --
145. Illumination for battery areas --
146. Service facilities --
10. Section 15: transformers and regulators --
150. Current-transformer secondary circuits protection when exceeding 600 v --
151. Grounding secondary circuits of instrument transformers --
152. Location and arrangement of power transformers and regulators --
153. Short-circuit protection of power transformers --
11. Section 16: conductors --
160. Application --
161. Electrical protection --
162. Mechanical protection and support --
163. Isolation --
164. Conductor terminations --
12. Section 17: circuit breakers, reclosers, switches, and fuses --
170. Arrangement --
171. Application --
172. Circuit breakers, reclosers, and switches containing oil --
173. Switches and disconnecting devices --
174. Disconnection of fuses --
13. Section 18: switchgear and metal-enclosed bus --
180. Switchgear assemblies --
181. Metal-enclosed bus --
14. Section 19: surge arresters --
190. General requirements --
191. Indoor locations --
192. Grounding conductors --
193. Installation. C. Part 2: safety rules for the installation and maintenance of overhead electric supply and communication lines --
15. Section 20: purpose, scope, and application of rules --
200. Purpose --
201. Scope --
202. Application of rules --
16. Section 21: general requirements --
210. Referenced sections --
211. Number 211 not used in this edition --
212. Induced voltages --
213. Accessibility --
214. Inspection and tests of lines and equipment --
215. Grounding of circuits, supporting structures, and equipment --
216. Arrangement of switches --
217. General --
218. Vegetation management --
17. Section 22: relations between various classes of lines and equipment --
220. Relative levels --
221. Avoidance of conflict --
222. Joint use of structures --
223. Communications protective requirements --
224. Communication circuits located within the supply space and supply circuits located within the communication space --
225. Electric railway construction --
18. Section 23: clearances --
230. General --
231. Clearances of supporting structures from other objects --
232. Vertical clearances of wires, conductors, cables, and equipment above ground, roadway, rail, or water surfaces --
233. Clearances between wires, conductors, and cables carried on different supporting structures --
234. Clearance of wires, conductors, cables, and equipment from buildings, bridges, rail cars, swimming pools, and other installations --
235. Clearance for wires, conductors, or cables carried on the same supporting structure --
236. Climbing space --
237. Working space --
238. Vertical clearance between certain communication and supply facilities located on the same structure --
239. Clearance of vertical and lateral facilities from other facilities and surfaces on the same supporting structure --
19. Section 24: grades of construction --
240. General --
241. Application of grades of construction to different situations --
242. Grades of construction for conductors --
243. Grades of construction for line supports --
20. Section 25: loadings for grades b and c --
250. General loading requirements and maps --
251. Conductor loading --
252. Loads on line supports --
253. Load factors for structures, crossarms, support hardware, guys, foundations, and anchors --
21. Section 26: strength requirements --
260. General (see also section 20) --
261. Grades b and c construction --
262. Number 262 not used in this edition --
263. Grade n construction --
264. Guying and bracing --
22. Section 27: line insulation --
270. Application of rule --
271. Material and marking --
272. Ratio of flashover to puncture voltage --
273. Insulation level --
274. Factory tests --
275. Special insulator applications --
276. Number 276 not used in this edition --
277. Mechanical strength of insulators --
278. Aerial cable systems --
279. Guy and span insulators --
D. Part 3: safety rules for the installation and maintenance of underground electric supply and communication lines --
23. Section 30: purpose, scope, and application of rules --
300. Purpose --
301. Scope --
302. Application of rule --
24. Section 31: general requirements applying to underground lines. 310. Referenced sections --
311. Installation and maintenance --
312. Accessibility --
313. Inspection and tests of lines and equipment --
314. Grounding of circuits and equipment --
315. Communications protective requirements --
316. Induced voltage --
25. Section 32: underground conduit systems --
320. Location --
321. Excavation and backfill --
322. Ducts and joints --
323. Manholes, handholes, and vaults --
26. Section 33: supply cable --
330. General --
331. Sheaths and jackets --
332. Shielding --
333. Cable accessories and joints --
27. Section 34: cable in underground structures --
340. General --
341. Installation --
342. Grounding and bonding --
343. Fireproofing --
344. Communication cables containing special supply circuits --
28. Section 35: direct-buried cable and cable in duct not part of a conduit system --
350. General --
351. Location and routing --
352. Installation --
353. Deliberate separations --
equal to or greater than 300 mm (12 in) from underground structures or other cables --
354. Random separation --
separation less than 300 mm (12 in) from underground structures or other cables --
355. Additional rules for duct not part of a conduit system --
29. Section 36: risers --
360. General --
361. Installation --
362. Pole risers --
additional requirements --
363. Pad-mounted installations --
30. Section 37: supply cable terminations --
370. General --
371. Support at terminations --
372. Identification --
373. Clearances in enclosures or vaults --
374. Grounding --
31. Section 38: equipment --
380. General --
381. Design --
382. Location in underground structures --
383. Installation --
384. Grounding and bonding --
385. Identification --
32. Section 39: installation in tunnels --
390. General --
391. Environment --
E. Part 4: work rules for the operation of electric supply and communications lines and equipment --
33. Section 40: purpose and scope --
400. Purpose --
401. Scope --
402. Referenced sections --
34. Section 41: supply and communications systems --
rules for employers --
410. General requirements --
411. Protective methods and devices --
35. Section 42: general rules for employees --
420. General --
421. General operating routines --
422. Overhead line operating procedures --
423. Underground line operating procedures --
36. Section 43: additional rules for communications employees --
430. General --
431. Approach to energized conductors or parts --
432. Joint-use structures --
433. Attendant on surface at joint-use manholes --
434. Sheath continuity --
37. Section 44: additional rules for supply employees --
440. General --
441. Energized conductors or parts --
442. Switching control procedures --
443. Work on energized lines and equipment --
444. De-energizing equipment or lines to protect employees --
445. Protective grounds --
446. Live work --
447. Protection against arcing and other damage while installing and maintaining insulators and conductors --
F. Appendix a: photographs of nesc applications --
G. Appendix b: osha standards related to the nesc work rules --
H. 1910.268: telecommunications (operations and maintenance) 1910 subpart r --
special industries --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
I. 1910.269 (includes appendix a-e): electric power generation, transmission, and distribution (operation and maintenance) 1910 subpart r --
special industries --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
J. 1926.950 through 1926.960: power transmission and distribution (construction) 1926 subpart v --
power transmission and distribution --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr) --
Regulations (standards --
29 cfr).
Other Titles: McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) 2012 handbook
2012 National Electrical Safety Code
Responsibility: David J. Marne.

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