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The designer of industrial and commercial power systems and code interpretations

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From the viewpoint of the electrical engineer and designer of industrial and commercial power systems, the relationship between design practice and the National Electrical Code and the possible consequences of failure to design a system that does not meet requirements of the inspection authority are discussed. The problems of interpretations by the inspection authority or designer that are not in the realm of mainstream practice are addressed. Recommendations are made for handling code violations which may be charged to design staff. Some suggestions are made on how the IEEE Industry Applications Society might assist design engineers in working with the Code

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IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 5 )