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Author: George V Hart; Sammie Hart; William C Buchanan
Publisher: Sudbury, MA : Jones and Bartlett, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : English : 2011 edView all editions and formats
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Synopsis: Ugly's Electrical References Is Designed To Be Used As An On-The-Job Reference. Used Worldwide By Electricians, Engineers, Contractors, Designers, Maintenance Workers, Instructors, And The Military; Ugly's Contains The Most Commonly Required Electrical Information In An Easy-To-Read And Easy-To-Access Format. Ugly's Presents A Succinct Portrait Of The Most Pertinent Information All Electricians Need At  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks, manuals, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George V Hart; Sammie Hart; William C Buchanan
ISBN: 9780763790998 0763790990
OCLC Number: 694896046
Notes: Includes index.
Description: x, 195 p. : ill. ; 16 cm.
Contents: Circuits: --
OHM's law --
Series circuits --
Parallel circuits --
Combination circuits --
Common Electrical Distribution Systems: --
120/240 volt, single-phase, three-wire system --
120/240 volt, three-phase, four-wire system (Delta high leg) --
120/208 volt, three-phase, four-wire system (WYE connected) --
277/480 volt, three-phase, four wire system (WYE connected) --
Electrical Formulas: --
For calculating amperes, horsepower, kilowatts, and KVA --
To Find: --
Amperes --
Direct current --
Single phase --
Three phase --
Horsepower --
Direct current --
Single phase --
Three phase --
Watts --
Kilowatts --
Direct current --
Single phase --
Three phase --
Kilovolt-amperes --
Single phase --
Three phase --
Kirchhoff's laws --
Capacitance (C) --
Six-dot color code for mica and molded paper capacitors --
Resistor color code --
Maximum permissible capacitor kvar --
For use with open-type, three-phase, 60-cycle induction motors --
Power factor correction --
Table values x KW of capacitors --
Needed to correct from existing to desired power factor --
Power factor and efficiency example --
Inductance (L) --
Impedance (Z) --
Reactance (X) --
Motors: --
Full-load current in amperes: direct-current motors --
Direct-current motors --
Terminal markings --
Shunt-wound motors --
Series-wound motors --
Compound-wound motors --
Full-load current in amperes: single-phase alternating-current motors --
Single-phase motor using standard three-phase starter --
Single-phase motors split-phase, squirrel-cage, dual-voltage motor --
Classes of single-phase motors --
Terminal color marking --
Split-phase, squirrel-cage motor --
Running-phase, squirrel-cage motor --
Running overload units --
Motor branch-circuit protective devices: maximum rating or setting --
Full-load current: three-phase alternating-current motors --
Full-load current and other data: three-phase AC motors --
Motor and motor circuit conductor protection --
General motor rules --
Motor branch circuit and feeder example --
General motor applications --
Branch-circuit conductors --
Branch-circuit overcurrent device --
Feeder connectors --
Feeder overcurrent device --
Locked-rotor code letters --
Single-phase motors --
Three-phase motors --
Maximum motor locked-rotor current in ampepes single phase --
Maximum motor locked-rotor current in amperes, two and three phase, design B, C, and D --
Three-phase AC motor windings and connections --
Three-wire stop-start station --
Two three-wire stop-start stations --
Hand off automatic control --
Jogging with control relay --
Transformers: --
Voltage drop calculations: inductance negligible --
Single-phase circuits --
Three-phase circuits --
Voltage drop examples --
Distance (one-way) for 2% voltage drop --
For 120 or 240 volts-single phase (60 C [140 F] insulation and terminals) --
Typical voltage drop values based on conductor size and one-way length (60 C [140 F] termination and insulation) --
Voltage drop calculation examples --
Single-phase voltage drop --
Three-phase voltage drop --
Short-circuit calculation --
Basic short-circuit calculation procedure --
Example: short-circuit calculation table "C" values for conductors (short-circuit calculation) --
Component protection --
How to use current-limitation charts --
How to use let-through charts --
Single-phase transformer connections --
Buck-and-boost transformer connections --
Full-load currents --
Transformer calculations --
Sizing transformers --
Single-phase transformers --
Three-phase transformers --
Single-phase transformer --
Primary and secondary amperes --
Three-phase transformer --
Primary and secondary amperes --
Three-phase connections --
WYE (star) --
Delta --
Three-phase standard phase rotation --
Star-delta transformers --
Star-star transformers --
Delta-delta transformers --
Transformer connections --
Series connections of low-voltage windings --
Delta-delta: three-phase additive polarity --
Star-delta: three phase additive polarity --
Delta star: three phase additive polarity --
Star-star: three-phase additive polarity --
Delta-delta: three-phase subtractive polarity --
Delta-star: three-phase subtractive polarity --
Miscellaneous Wiring Diagrams: --
Two three-way switches --
Two three-way switches and one four-way switch --
Bell circuit --
Remote-control circuit: one relay and one switch --
Conduit And Conductors: --
Supports for rigid metal conduit --
Supports for rigid nonmetallic conduit --
Conductor properties --
AC resistance and reactance for 600-volt cables, three-phase, 60-hz, 75 C (167 F): three single conductors in conduit --
Allowable ampacities of conductors --
Raceway, cable, or earth, based on ambient air temperature of 30 C (86 F) --
Free air, based on ambient air temperature of 30 C (86 F) --
Raceway or cable, based on ambient air temperature of 40 C (140 F) --
Free air, based on ambient air temperature of 40 C (104 F) --
Ampacity correction and adjustment factors --
Adjustment factors --
For more than three current-carrying conductors in a raceway or cable conductor and equipment termination ratings --
Conductor applications and insulations --
Maximum number of conductors in trade sizes of conduit or tubing --
All same wire size and type insulation --
Different wire sizes or types insulation --
Electrical metallic tubing --
Nonmetallic tubing --
Rigid PVC conduit, schedule 40 --
Rigid PVC conduit, schedule 80 --
Rigid metal conduit --
Flexible metal conduit --
Liquidtight flexible metal conduit --
Dimensions of insulated conductors and fixture wires --
Compact copper and aluminum building wire nominal dimensions and areas --
Dimensions and percent area of conduit and tubing --
Thread dimensions and tap drill sizes --
Hole saw chart --
Metal boxes --
Minimum cover requirements, 0-600 volts, normal --
Volume required per conductor --
Spacings for conductor supports --
General Electrical Tables: --
Minimum depth of clear working space at electrical equipment --
Minimum clearance of live parts --
Minimum size equipment grounding conductors for grounding raceway and equipment --
Grounding electrode conductor for alternating-current systems --
General lighting loads by occupancy --
Lighting load demand factors --
Demand factors --
For nondwelling receptacle loads --
For household electric clothes dryers --
For kitchen equipment-other than dwelling units(s) --
Demand loads for household electric rangers, wall-mounted ovens, counter-mounted cooking units, and other household cooking appliances over 1 3/4 KW rating --
Calculating cost of operating an electrical appliance --
Changing incandescent lamp to energy-saving lamp --
Partial 2011 NEC code change summary --
Field terms versus NEC terms --
Electrical symbols --
Wiring diagrams for NEMS configurations --
NEMA enclosure types --
General Reference: --
U S weights and measures --
Metric system --
Metric designator and trade sizes --
U S weights and measures/metric equivalent chart --
Explanation of scientific notation --
Useful conversions/equivalents --
Decimal equivalents --
Two-way conversion table --
Metals --
Specific resistance --
Centigrade and Fahrenheit thermometer scales --
Math Reference: --
Useful math formulas --
Circle --
Fractions --
Equations --
Natural trigonometric functions --
Trigonometry --
Conduit Bending: --
Bending offsets with trigonometry --
Rolling offsets --
Chicago-type benders: 90 degree bending --
Chicago-type benders: offsets --
Multi-shot benders: 90 degree conduit bending --
Offset bends --
90 degree bends --
Back-to-back bends --
Three-point saddle bends --
Job-Site Reference: --
Pulley calculations --
Useful knots --
Hand signals --
Electrical Safety: --
Definitions --
Checklist --
Lock-out-tagout procedures --
Shock protection boundaries --
How to read a warning label --
Personal protection equipment guide --
Alternative Energy: --
Engine-generation systems --
Solar photovoltaic systems --
Wind turbines --
Fuel cells --
Microturbines --
Interconnected generation systems --
First Aid: --
Scene survey --
How to call for help --
Bleeding --
Ingested poisoning --
Recognizing ingested poisoning --
Care for ingested poisoning --
Shock --
Recognizing shock --
Care for shock --
Burns --
Care for burns --
Electrical burns --
Frostbite --
Recognizing frostbite --
Care for frostbite --
Hypothermia --
Recognizing hypothermia --
Care for hypothermia --
Heat cramps --
Recognizing heat cramps --
Care for heat cramps --
Heat exhaustion --
Recognizing heat exhaustion --
Care for heat exhaustion --
Heatstroke --
Recognizing heatstroke --
Care for heatstroke --
Airway obstruction --
Management of choking responsive --
Victim --
Adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) --
Heart attack --
Recognizing a heart attack --
Care for a heart attack --
Stroke --
Recognizing a stroke --
Care for a stroke --
2011-2013 calendars.
Other Titles: Electrical references
Responsibility: by George V. Hart and Sammie Hart ; William C. Buchanan, editor.
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