Modern Residential Wiring 11th Eleventh Edition, Textbook ed. [Kietas viršelis]

  • Formatas: Hardback, 448 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 282x221x25 mm, weight: 1497 g, Illustrations, unspecified
  • Išleidimo metai: 10-Jul-2017
  • Leidėjas: Goodheart-Wilcox Publisher
  • ISBN-10: 1631268961
  • ISBN-13: 9781631268960
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
  • Formatas: Hardback, 448 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 282x221x25 mm, weight: 1497 g, Illustrations, unspecified
  • Išleidimo metai: 10-Jul-2017
  • Leidėjas: Goodheart-Wilcox Publisher
  • ISBN-10: 1631268961
  • ISBN-13: 9781631268960
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
Modern Residential Wiring presents the latest electrical wiring installation and repair practices in accordance to the National Electrical Code®. Essential information regarding safety, electrical theory, tools, and electrical systems is explained using clear and simple language. Specialized installations, such as swimming pools and emergency standby systems, are also addressed. A special math section reviews the math skills needed by electricians.
  • Content corresponds to the 2017 NEC®, and text features help familiarize students with the use of national and local codes for reference.
  • This new edition includes updated illustrations and photos, a new chapter organization, and expanded content in the following areas: careers/workplace skills, safety, electrical measurement and testing equipment, and lighting systems.
  • Step-by-step procedures, along with detailed images, make the most complicated tasks easy to understand.
Section 1 Fundamentals
Chapter 1 Electrical Careers
3(16)
1.1 Career Categories
4(2)
1.2 Applying for a Position
6(4)
1.3 Succeeding in the Workplace
10(4)
1.4 Owning a Business
14(2)
1.5 Training and Career Development
16(3)
Chapter 2 Safety
19(16)
2.1 Workplace Injuries
19(2)
2.2 Working Safely
21(8)
2.3 Responding to an Accident
29(1)
2.4 Hazardous Environments
29(3)
2.5 Reference
32(3)
Chapter 3 Hand and Power Tools
35(16)
3.1 Measuring Tools
35(2)
3.2 Wire Tools
37(4)
3.3 Conduit
41(3)
3.4 Striking
44(1)
3.5 Drilling
44(1)
3.6 Miscellaneous
45(3)
3.7 Care and Repair of Tools
48(3)
Chapter 4 Electrical Measurement and Testing Equipment
51(10)
4.1 Standard Testing and Measuring Equipment
51(5)
4.2 Specialty Testers and Meters
56(2)
4.3 Measuring and Testing Safe Practices
58(3)
Chapter 5 Electrical Energy Fundamentals
61(24)
5.1 Electron Theory
62(3)
5.2 Measuring Electricity
65(1)
5.3 Circuits
65(2)
5.4 Circuit Fundamentals
67(6)
5.5 Electromagnetic Induction
73(5)
5.6 Electrical System Overview
78(7)
Section 2 Planning
Chapter 6 Print Reading, Specifications, and Codes
85(14)
6.1 Prints
85(2)
6.2 Understanding Electrical Prints
87(7)
6.3 Specifications
94(1)
6.4 Electrical Codes and Safety Agencies
95(4)
Chapter 7 Branch--Circuit, Feeder, and Service Design
99(16)
7.1 Understanding Load Types
99(1)
7.2 Branch-Circuit Design
100(3)
7.3 Feeder and Service Loads
103(2)
7.4 Determining the Number of Branch Circuits
105(5)
7.5 Balancing Circuit Loads
110(5)
Section 3 Installation
Chapter 8 Conductors
115(12)
8.1 Wire vs. Cable
116(1)
8.2 Wire Materials
116(2)
8.3 Conductor Size
118(5)
8.4 Conductor Identification
123(4)
Chapter 9 Cable Systems
127(10)
9.1 Flexible Metal Cable
127(6)
9.2 Nonmetallic Cable
133(4)
Chapter 10 Raceway Systems
137(18)
10.1 Electrical Metallic Tubing
137(9)
10.2 Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing
146(1)
10.3 Rigid Metal Conduit
147(2)
10.4 Intermediate Metal Conduit
149(1)
10.5 Rigid PVC Conduit
150(1)
10.6 Flexible Metal Conduit (Greenfield)
151(1)
10.7 Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit
152(1)
10.8 Surface-Mount Raceways
153(2)
Chapter 11 Boxes, Fittings, and Covers
155(16)
11.1 Boxes
155(7)
11.2 Fittings
162(3)
11.3 Fill Allotment
165(1)
11.4 Covers
166(5)
Chapter 12 Device Wiring
171(16)
12.1 Wiring Methods and Materials
171(2)
12.2 Preparation of Conductors
173(5)
12.3 Wiring Switches and Receptacles
178(4)
12.4 Wiring Circuits
182(5)
Chapter 13 Lighting Systems
187(24)
13.1 Lighting Terminology
187(1)
13.2 Types of Lighting
188(2)
13.3 Types of Lighting Fixtures
190(2)
13.4 Types of Lamps
192(4)
13.5 Controlling Fixtures
196(1)
13.6 Installing Fixtures
197(1)
13.7 Wiring Lighting Circuits
198(13)
Chapter 14 Appliance Wiring and Special Outlets
211(12)
14.1 Appliance Wiring
211(1)
14.2 Kitchen Appliances
212(2)
14.3 Room Air Conditioner Units
214(1)
14.4 Miscellaneous Appliance Circuits
215(1)
14.5 Water Heaters
216(1)
14.6 Heaters
216(7)
Chapter 15 Overcurrent Protection
223(12)
15.1 Causes of Overcurrent
223(1)
15.2 Protective Devices
224(6)
15.3 GFCI and AFCI Protection
230(5)
Chapter 16 Grounding
235(10)
16.1 Grounding Basics
235(6)
16.2 How the System Ground Works
241(1)
16.3 Equipment Grounding
241(4)
Chapter 17 Service Equipment
245(26)
17.1 Service Components
245(9)
17.2 Service Disconnects
254(1)
17.3 Service Grounding
255(1)
17.4 Service Clearances
256(2)
17.5 Service Completion
258(1)
17.6 Transformers
258(4)
17.7 Phases
262(9)
Section 4 Specialized Installations
Chapter 18 Farm Wiring
271(10)
18.1 Power Distribution
271(3)
18.2 Cable or Conduit
274(1)
18.3 Locating Lights
275(1)
18.4 Computing Farm Power Requirements
275(6)
Chapter 19 Mobile Home Wiring
281(12)
19.1 Distribution Panelboard
282(1)
19.2 Feeder Assembly
282(4)
19.3 Mobile Home Service Equipment
286(1)
19.4 Calculating Panelboard Load
287(1)
19.5 Mobile Home Parks
288(5)
Chapter 20 Swimming Pool Wiring
293(12)
20.1 Bonding
294(1)
20.2 Grounding
295(1)
20.3 Receptacles
295(2)
20.4 Switches
297(1)
20.5 Lighting
297(2)
20.6 Miscellaneous Equipment
299(1)
20.7 Overhead Conductor Clearance
300(5)
Chapter 21 Telephone and Computer Network Wiring
305(14)
21.1 Systems Overview
305(1)
21.2 Installation
306(7)
21.3 Other Systems
313(6)
Chapter 22 Motors
319(24)
22.1 Types of Motors
320(1)
22.2 Motor Nameplate
320(2)
22.3 Proper Size of Motor Feeder Conductors
322(3)
22.4 Protection of Motor Feeder Conductors
325(1)
22.5 General Layout
326(1)
22.6 Controller Requirements
327(1)
22.7 Hermetic Motors
328(4)
22.8 Causes of Motor Failure
332(2)
22.9 Mounting
334(1)
22.10 Service and Repair of Motors
334(9)
Chapter 23 Emergency and Standby Systems
343(12)
23.1 Safety
344(1)
23.2 Emergency and Standby Systems
344(2)
23.3 Generator Size
346(1)
23.4 Portable Generators
346(3)
23.5 Permanent Generators
349(1)
23.6 Uninterruptible Power Supplies
350(5)
Section 5 Servicing Existing Systems
Chapter 24 Electrical Remodeling
355(16)
24.1 Basic Considerations
355(1)
24.2 Safety
356(1)
24.3 Special Tools
357(1)
24.4 Building Construction
358(1)
24.5 Installing Cable
359(2)
24.6 Box Installation
361(1)
24.7 Modernizing a Building's Service
362(3)
24.8 Surface Raceways and Multioutlet Assemblies
365(6)
Chapter 25 Maintenance and Troubleshooting
371(10)
25.1 Safety Considerations
371(1)
25.2 Troubleshooting Tools
371(1)
25.3 Diagnosing Problems
372(9)
Appendix A Trade Math Review 381(20)
Appendix B Service and Feeder Calculation Methods 401(5)
Appendix C NEMA Receptacle Configurations 406(2)
Glossary 408(14)
Index 422