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Students Guide to The IET Wiring Regulations 2nd Edition 2018 (PDF)

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Second Edition 2018
Pages: 297
Publisher: IET
Language: English;
Size: 75 Mb;

This Guide will provide you with information and references for various aspects of your qualification, as well as techniques that you will require for a successful career in the electrotechnical industry.

Having this Guide by your side will enable you to use it to identify terminologies quickly and to see what sections of the IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671) you need to look through in order to extract the information you need.

We've written this Guide with the aim of helping you understand the IET Wiring Regulations from a student's perspective. The Guide offers clear explanations and examples of how the IET Wiring Regulations form an integral part of the electrotechnical industry and why they should be complied with.

Over and above this, it provides guidance on some situations electricians may come across in their work activities, such as fault finding, risk assessments and legal requirements.

Using this Guide alongside the IET Wiring Regulations and the lET's On-Site Guide (a book that provides installer's guidance to the IET Wiring Regulations) will provide the guidance needed while studying for a career in the electrotechnical industry.


List of Figures
List of Tables
About the author
What is the right route for you?
What will you get from this Guide?
The road ahead
Section 1 The IET Wiring Regulations
The IET Wiring Regulations
Who is responsible for writing the IET
Wiring Regulations?
IET standards and compliance staff
Symbols and Sl units
Vocabulary: terms, acronyms and abbreviations
Policies and legal requirements
Guidance on pre-determined values in the
IET Wiring Regulations
Section 2 Health and Safety
Risk assessments and method statement
Safe isolation procedure
Tool safety
Section 3 Generation and Transmission
What is used to generate electricity?
What are the characteristics of the electricity
generated in the UK?
How is electricity transmitted?
How do we measure what we use?
Section 4 Supply
Supply intake arrangements
4.2 Live conductors
Earthing arrangement
The consumer unit
Section 5 Protection and Isolation
Protective devices
Selecting protective devices
Integration of devices and components
Isolation and switching (Chapter 53)
Isolators and switches (Chapter 46)
Switching off for mechanical maintenance
Emergency switching
Functional switching
Undervoltage protection
Section 6 Earthing and Bonding
What is earthing and why do we need it?
Protective equipotential bonding
Supplementary equipotential bonding
Section 7 Cable Calculations
Why do we need cable calculations?
Current rating of equipment, protective devices and current-carrying capacity of cable
How design current, protective device rating and current-carrying capacity relate to each other
Voltage drop
Section 8 Final circuits
General installation practices
Designing and installing a new circuit
Luminaires and lighting installations
Radial final circuits (power)
Ring final circuits
Shower circuit
Separated Extra-Low Voltage systems (SELV)
Protective Extra-Low Voltage systems (PELV)
Functional Extra-Low Voltage systems (FELV)
Section 9 Inspection and Testing
Why test?
Initial inspection
The tests in detail
Dead tests
Live tests
Section 10 Fault Finding
What is a fault?
How to diagnose and locate a fault
Section 11 Common Calculations
Simple transposition
Triangle method: voltage, amps, resistance and watts
Section 12 Diversity
What is diversity?
Calculating diversity
Diversity for ring final circuits
Appendix A Special Locations
Appendix B Table of Symbols
Section 1 The IET Wiring Regulations
Section 2 Health and Safety
Section 3 Generation and Transmission
Section 4 Supply
Section 5 Protection and Isolation
Section 6 Earthing and Bonding
Section 7 Cable calculation
Section 8 Final Circuits
Section 9 Inspection and Testing
Section 10 Fault Finding
Section 11 Common Calculations
Section 12 Diversity

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