ELECTRICAL CONDUIT


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ELECTRICAL CONDUIT
ELECTRICAL CONDUITElectrical conduit consists of thin-walled aluminum tubing, braided metal tubing called flexible conduit, and nonmetallic tubing. The purpose of conduit is to provide mechanical protection, and metal conduit is often used as a means of shielding electric wiring to prevent radio interference.Approved flexible conduit is covered by specification M1L-C-6136 for aluminum and specification MIL-C-7931 for brass. The aluminum conduit is made in two types. Type I is bare, and type II is rubber-covered.The size of conduit should be such that the inside diameter is about 25 percent larger than the largest diameter of the cable bundle. To obtain the correct inside dia…
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Thomas K. Eismin: Aircraft Electricity and Electronics, Sixth Edition. ELECTRICAL CONDUIT, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export