Basic Principles


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Basic Principles
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GENERAL The principles which are common to the design of residential, commercial and industrial systems are described in this chapter. System design is a multi-tasking job where more than one activity takes place concurrently. The tasks described here are therefore not in sequence. Some tasks run in parallels while some are sequential. For example, space planning and equipment selection cannot start until some preliminary information such as load data (for industrial systems) or building details (for residential and commercial systems) is available. The power supply is received at one point and the equipment requiring…
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Hemant Joshi: Residential, Commercial and Industrial Electrical Systems: Network and Installation, Volume 2. Basic Principles, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008), AccessEngineering Export