Electrical Engineer's Portable Handbook

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 19, 2003 - Technology - 584 pages
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The first edition of this title proved the most successful of the Portable Handbook series launched in 1999. Aimed at electrical engineers and technicians working in building power systems, the relentlessly practical Handbook succeeded as an in the field working tool. This new edition is necessitated by the new 2002 version of the National Electrical Code (NEC). This code changes render much of the existing material obsolete, so over half the chapters require heavy rewrites to stay current.

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Robert B. (Bob) Hickey is a licensed professional engineer in five states and is President and Chief Executive of vanZelm, Heywood, and Shadford, Inc., a leading northeast U.S. mechanical and electrical consulting engineering firm based in West Hartford, CT. His 40 years of experience span the electric utility, contracting, and consulting engineering areas of the industry spectrum. He has taught electrical engineering technology as an adjunct faculty member over a two year period at Connecticut's Community Technical College system. He is the author of McGraw-Hill's Electrical Construction Databook.

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