Ray C. Mullin, Phil Simmons
to the 2011 NEC!
ELECTRICAL WIRING COMMERCIAL,
14E has been extensively revised for the
2011 National Electrical Code®.
Full-color drawings and product
photographs illustrate difficult concepts of the Code to increase
the reader's understanding of the application in the wiring process.
There is an emphasis on "going green" with electrical design and
A complete set of
commercial building plans is also included, offering
opportunities for hands-on practice in interpreting and applying Code
requirements and making this an ideal resource for anyone who will
work in the commercial electricity industry.
To provide further practice,
updated back of the book blueprints include plans that incorporate
handicapped accessibility in commercial structures.
For planning a
commercial space there are panel board worksheets, load calculation
forms, and panel board schedules provided for each of five tenant
spaces plus the owner's space.
Expanded coverage on Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the National Institute
for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) demonstrates an emphasis
on safety throughout.
- Updated to the 2011 National
- New updated photographs, full color
diagrams and illustrations add clarity to explanations of
- "Going green" emphasis in electrical
design and installation.
- Expanded coverage on safety in the
workplace from Occupational Safety and Health.
- Practical examples are used
throughout to reinforce key calculations and concepts.
- Both metric and English measurements
are used to appeal to readers of all learning backgrounds.
- Crisscross Code Index allows users to
reference specific content and Code requirements with ease.
- Conduit bending section enhanced with
references to the IDEAL Bender Guide in Appendix I
Building Plans and Specifications
Electrical Working Drawings Entry Level
the Electrical Load
- Motor and
Drawings Upper Level.
Circuits (Owner's Circuits)
Selection and Installation
- Lamps and
Ballasts for Lighting
Legally Required Standby, and Optional Standby Power
Protection: Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Short-Circuit Calculations and Coordination of
Overcurrent Protective Devices
and Conductor Short-Circuit Protection
- The Cooling
- Appendix A:
- Appendix B:
- Appendix C:
NEMA Enclosures Types
- Appendix D:
Outdoor Air Temperatures for Selected U.S. Cities
- Appendix E:
Metric System of Measurement
- Appendix F:
- Appendix G:
- Appendix H:
- Web Sites
- Plans for a
Commercial Building (Attached to the Inside Back Cover):
- Sheet A1:
Plot Plan, East Elevation, West Elevation
- Sheet A2:
Architectural Floor Plan: Basement
- Sheet A3:
Architectural Floor Plan: First Floor
- Sheet A4:
Architectural Floor Plan: Second Floor
- Sheet A5:
Elevations: North and South
- Sheet A6:
Sections: Longitudinal, Transverse
- Sheet E1:
Electrical Working Drawing: Basement
- Sheet E2:
Electrical Working Drawing: Entry Level
- Sheet E3:
SECOND FLOOR ELECTRICAL PLAN
- Sheet E4:
PANELBOARD & SERVICE SCHEDULES, ONE-LINE DIAG
496 Pages - 8-1/2 x 11 in.
About the Authors:
Ray C. Mullin: Former electrical
instructor for the Wisconsin Schools of Vocational, Technical, and
Adult Education. Former member of the International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers. Currently a member of the International
Association of Electrical Inspectors, Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineers, National Fire Protection Association, Electrical
He has served on the NFPA Code Making Panel 4 of
the National Electrical Code. Completed electrical apprenticeship
training program. Worked as journeyman and supervisor for residential,
commercial, and industrial installations. Taught electrical apprentice
and journeyman course. Conducted numerous technical and Code seminars.
He has written many articles that have appeared
in electrical trade publications and has done consulting to electrical
equipment manufacturers on legal issues.
He has served on the Executive Board of the
Western Section of the International Association of Electrical
Inspectors and serves on the Electrical Commission in home town. He
attended the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee School of Engineering,
and Colorado State University.
Phil Simmons is self-employed at
Simmons Electrical Services where he consults on the National
Electrical Code® and other codes. Mr Simmons also writes, edits ,
and illustrates and produces technical publications, providing plan
review of electrical construction documents as well as the
inspection of complex electrical installations. He also develops
training programs related to electrical codes and safety,
Mr. Simmons has been a presenter on these
subjects at numerous seminars and conferences for Universities, the
NFPA, IAEI, Department of Defense and private clients. He has also
consulted on several lawsuits concerning electrical shocks, burn
injuries and electrocutions. Mr. Simmons is the co-author and
illustrator of ELECTRICAL WIRING RESIDENTIAL 17E, ELECTRICAL WIRING
COMMERCIAL14E and ELECTRICAL GROUNDING AND BONDING 3E, all published
by Delmar Cengage Learning.
Mr. Simmons presently serves NFPA on Code
Making Panel-5 of the National Electrical Code® Committee (grounding
and bonding). He previously served on the NFPA Standards Council,
NEC® Technical Correlating Committee International Association of
Electrical Inspectors, Underwriters Laboratories and is a retired
member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
2011 NEC & Related
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