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National Electrical Safety Code 2007 Handbook

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Pub. Date:
10/19/2006
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Summary

The purpose of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) is to keep the public, engineers, and utility workers safe but its complication sometimes gets in the way of that laudable goal. The NESC Handbook is designed to be used in conjunction with the code itself: as a rule by rule annotation of the IEEE code, the Handbook clarifies the often confusing and complicated code text. Following the code ordering of Parts, Sections, and Rules, the Handbook allows easy correlation with the code text read the precise wording in the code, then look up the clarification in the Handbook.

Author Biography

David J. Marne (Missoula, MT) is a branch manager and senior engineer at SSR Engineers, Inc, where he specializes in NESC applications. Mr. Marne teaches widely on the NESC, and is a Senior Member of the IEEE

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xv
General Sections
Section 01. Introduction to the National Electrical Safety Code
3(10)
010. Purpose
3(1)
011. Scope
4(2)
012. General Rules
6(1)
013. Application
7(1)
014. Waiver
8(1)
015. Intent
9(1)
016. Effective Date
10(1)
017. Units of Measure
10(1)
018. Method of Calculation
11(2)
Section 02. Definitions of Special Terms
13(2)
Section 03. References
15(2)
Section 09. Grounding Methods for Electric Supply and Communications Facilities
17(40)
090. Purpose
17(1)
091. Scope
17(1)
092. Point of Connection of Grounding Conductor
18(11)
093. Grounding Conductor and Means of Connection
29(6)
094. Grounding Electrodes
35(4)
095. Method of Connection to Electrode
39(5)
096. Ground Resistance Requirements
44(4)
097. Separation of Grounding Conductors
48(4)
098. Number 098 Not Used in This Edition
52(1)
099. Additional Requirements for Grounding and Bonding of Communication Apparatus
52(5)
Part 1. Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Electric Supply Stations and Equipment
Section 10. Purpose and Scope of Rules
57(2)
100. Purpose
57(1)
101. Scope
57(1)
102. Application of Rules
58(1)
103. Referenced Sections
58(1)
Section 11. Protective Arrangements in Electric Supply Stations
59(12)
110. General Requirements
59(8)
111. Illumination
67(1)
112. Floors, Floor Openings, Passageways, and Stairs
68(1)
113. Exits
69(1)
114. Fire-Extinguishing Equipment
70(1)
Section 12. Installation and Maintenance of Equipment
71(12)
120. General Requirements
71(1)
121. Inspections
71(1)
122. Guarding Shaft Ends, Pulleys, Belts, and Suddenly Moving Parts
72(1)
123. Protective Grounding
72(1)
124. Guarding Live Parts
73(3)
125. Working Space About Electric Equipment
76(4)
126. Equipment for Work on Energized Parts
80(1)
127. Classified Locations
81(1)
128. Identification
81(1)
129. Mobile Hydrogen Equipment
82(1)
Section 13. Rotating Equipment
83(4)
130. Speed Control and Stopping Devices
83(1)
131. Motor Control
84(1)
132. Number 132 Not Used in This Edition
133. Short-Circuit Protection
84(3)
Section 14. Storage Batteries
87(4)
140. General
87(1)
141. Location
88(1)
142. Ventilation
88(1)
143. Racks
88(1)
144. Floors in Battery Areas
89(1)
145. Illumination for Battery Areas
89(1)
146. Service Facilities
89(2)
Section 15. Transformers and Regulators
91(6)
150. Current-Transformer Secondary Circuits Protection When Exceeding 600 V
91(1)
151. Grounding Secondary Circuits of Instrument Transformers
91(1)
152. Location and Arrangement of Power Transformers and Regulators
92(2)
153. Short-Circuit Protection of Power Transformers
94(3)
Section 16. Conductors
97(6)
160. Application
97(1)
161. Electrical Protection
98(1)
162. Mechanical Protection and Support
99(1)
163. Isolation
99(2)
164. Conductor Terminations
101(2)
Section 17. Circuit Breakers, Reclosers, Switches, and Fuses
103(6)
170. Arrangement
103(1)
171. Application
104(2)
172. Circuit Breakers, Reclosers, and Switches Containing Oil
106(1)
173. Switches and Disconnecting Devices
106(1)
174. Disconnection of Fuses
107(2)
Section 18. Switchgear and Metal-Enclosed Bus
109(6)
180. Switchgear Assemblies
109(2)
181. Metal-Enclosed Bus
111(4)
Section 19. Surge Arresters
115(4)
190. General Requirements
115(1)
191. Indoor Locations
115(1)
192. Grounding Conductors
116(1)
193. Installation
116(3)
Part 2. Safety Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Overhead Electric Supply and Communication Lines
Section 20. Purpose, Scope, and Application of Rules
119(4)
200. Purpose
119(1)
201. Scope
119(1)
202. Application of Rules
120(3)
Section 21. General Requirements
123(18)
210 Referenced Sections
123(1)
211. Number 211 Not Used in This Edition
212. Induced Voltages
123(1)
213. Accessibility
123(1)
214. Inspection and Tests of Lines and Equipment
124(2)
215. Grounding of Circuits, Supporting Structures, and Equipment
126(1)
216. Arrangement of Switches
126(1)
217. General
126(8)
218. Vegetation Management
134(7)
Section 22. Relations between Various Classes of Lines and Equipment
141(12)
220. Relative Levels
141(2)
221. Avoidance of Conflict
143(2)
222. Joint Use of Structures
145(4)
223. Communications Protective Requirements
149(1)
224. Communication Circuits Located Within the Supply Space and Supply Circuits Located Within the Communication Space
149(2)
225. Electric Railway Construction
151(2)
Section 23. Clearances
153(128)
230. General
161(13)
231. Clearances of Supporting Structures from Other Objects
174(3)
232. Vertical Clearances of Wires, Conductors, Cables, and Equipment above Ground, Roadway, Rail, or Water Surfaces
177(21)
233. Clearances between Wires, Conductors, and Cables Carried on Different Supporting Structures
198(12)
234. Clearance of Wires, Conductors, Cables, and Equipment from Buildings, Bridges, Rail Cars, Swimming Pools, and Other Installations
210(17)
235. Clearance for Wires, Conductors, or Cables Carried on the Same Supporting Structure
227(20)
236. Climbing Space
247(6)
237. Working Space
253(1)
238. Vertical Clearance between Certain Communication and Supply Facilities Located on the Same Structure
254(6)
239. Clearance of Vertical and Lateral Facilities from Other Facilities and Surfaces on the Same Supporting Structure
260(21)
Section 24. Grades of Construction
281(10)
240. General
281(2)
241. Application of Grades of Construction to Different Situations
283(1)
242. Grades of Construction for Conductors
284(3)
243. Grades of Construction for Line Supports
287(4)
Section 25. Loadings for Grades B and C
291(20)
250. General Loading Requirements and Maps
291(6)
251. Conductor Loading
297(3)
252. Loads on Line Supports
300(8)
253. Load Factors for Structures, Crossarms, Support Hardware, Guys, Foundations, and Anchors
308(3)
Section 26. Strength Requirements
311(28)
260. General (see also Section 20)
311(4)
261. Grades B and C Construction
315(13)
262. Number 262 Not Used in This Edition
328(1)
263. Grade N Construction
328(1)
264. Guying and Bracing
329(10)
Section 27. Line Insulation
339(12)
270. Application of Rule
339(1)
271. Material and Marking
339(1)
272. Ratio of Flashover to Puncture Voltage
340(1)
273. Insulation Level
341(1)
274. Factory Tests
342(1)
275. Special Insulator Applications
342(1)
276. Number 276 Not Used in This Edition
343(1)
277. Mechanical Strength of Insulators
344(1)
278. Aerial Cable Systems
344(1)
279. Guy and Span Insulators
344(7)
Section 28. Section Number 28 Not Used in This Edition
Section 29. Section Number 29 Not Used in This Edition
Part 3. Safety Rules for the Installation and Maintenance of Underground Electric Supply and Communication Lines
Section 30. Purpose, Scope, and Application of Rules
351(4)
300. Purpose
351(1)
301. Scope
351(2)
302. Application of Rule
353(2)
Section 31. General Requirements Applying to Underground Lines
355(8)
310. Referenced Sections
355(1)
311. Installation and Maintenance
355(2)
312. Accessibility
357(2)
313. Inspection and Tests of Lines and Equipment
359(1)
314. Grounding of Circuits and Equipment
359(1)
315. Communications Protective Requirements
359(1)
316. Induced Voltage
359(4)
Section 32. Underground Conduit Systems
363(22)
320. Location
363(10)
321. Excavation and Backfill
373(1)
322. Ducts and Joints
373(1)
323. Manholes, Handholes, and Vaults
373(12)
Section 33. Supply Cable
385(4)
330. General
385(1)
331. Sheaths and Jackets
385(1)
332. Shielding
386(1)
333. Cable Accessories and Joints
386(3)
Section 34. Cable in Underground Structures
389(10)
340. General
389(1)
341. Installation
389(4)
342. Grounding and Bonding
393(3)
343. Fireproofing
396(1)
344. Communication Cables Containing Special Supply Circuits
396(3)
Section 35. Direct-Buried Cable
399(14)
350. General
399(2)
351. Location and Routing
401(2)
352. Installation
403(4)
353. Deliberate Separations-Equal to or Greater Than 300 mm (12 in) from Underground Structures or Other Cables
407(2)
354. Random Separation-Separation Less Than 300 mm (12 in) from Underground Structures or Other Cables
409(4)
Section 36. Risers
413(6)
360. General
413(1)
361. Installation
413(1)
362. Pole Risers-Additional Requirements
413(1)
363. Pad-Mounted Installations
414(5)
Section 37. Supply Cable Terminations
419(4)
370. General
419(1)
371. Support at Terminations
420(1)
372. Identification
420(1)
373. Clearances in Enclosures or Vaults
421(1)
374. Grounding
422(1)
Section 38. Equipment
423(8)
380. General
423(1)
381. Design
424(4)
382. Location in Underground Structures
428(1)
383. Installation
429(1)
384. Grounding and Bonding
429(1)
385. Identification
430(1)
Section 39. Installation in Tunnels
431(4)
390. General
431(1)
391. Environment
431(4)
Part 4. Rules for the Operation of Electric Supply and Communications Lines and Equipment
Section 40. Purpose and Scope
435(4)
400. Purpose
435(1)
401. Scope
435(2)
402. Referenced Sections
437(2)
Section 41. Supply and Communication Systems Rules for Employers
439(6)
410. General Requirements
440(2)
411. Protective Methods and Devices
442(3)
Section 42. General Rules for Employees
445(16)
420. Personal General Precautions
446(8)
421. General Operating Routines
454(2)
422. Overhead Line Operating Procedures
456(1)
423. Underground Line Operating Procedures
457(4)
Section 43. Additional Rules for Communications Employees
461(6)
430. General
464(1)
431. Approach to Energized Conductors or Parts
464(1)
432. Joint-Use Structures
465(1)
433. Attendant on Surface at Joint-Use Manhole
466(1)
434. Sheath Continuity
466(1)
Section 44. Additional Rules for Supply Employees
467(24)
440. General
470(1)
441. Energized Conductors or Parts
470(3)
442. Switching Control Procedures
473(4)
443. Work on Energized Lines and Equipment
477(5)
444. De-energizing Equipment or Lines to Protect Employees
482(4)
445. Protective Grounds
486(1)
446. Live Work
487(2)
447. Protection against Arcing and Other Damage While Installing and Maintaining Insulators and Conductors
489(2)
Appendix A. Photographs of NESC Applications 491(66)
Appendix B. OSHA Standards Related to the NESC Work Rules 557(188)
Index 745


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