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Technical Information Handbook Wire and Cable Fifth Edition by ANIXTER pdf free Download

Technical Information Handbook Wire and Cable Fifth Edition by ANIXTER.

The Anixter Wire and Cable Technical Handbook is an easily accessible collection of engineering and technical inormation about electrical and electroniccable and their related products. Primarily intended for individuals who design, specify or troubleshoot wire and cable systems.

The information contained in this handbook will assist engineers and individuals in designing and constructing safe, reliable, cost-effective andenvironmentally responsible electrical and communications networks.

 many individuals assisted in the preparation of this edition of the handbook. like Deborah Altman, Harmony Merwitz,  Dana Anderson, Eric Bulington......

Technical Information Handbook Wire and Cable Fifth Edition by ANIXTER pdf free Download

Table Of Contents:


1. Basic Principles of Electricity 
 1.1 Electricity  
 1.2 The Volt  
 1.3 The Ampere 
 1.4 The Ohm  
 1.5 Ohm’s Law  
 1.6 Ampacity  
 1.7 Electrical Systems  
2. Conductors 
 2.1 Strand Types  
 2.2 Coatings  
 2.3 Tensile Strength of Copper Wire   
 2.4 Copper Strand Properties  
 2.5 Aluminum Strand Properties  
 2.6 Additional Conductor Properties  
3. Insulation and Jacket Materials 
 3.1 Purpose  
 3.2 Types and Applications  
 3.3 Color Coding  
 3.4 Properties 
4. Shields 
 4.1 Power Cable  
 4.2 Electronic Cable 
5. Armor 
 5.1 Interlocked Armor 
 5.2 Continuously Corrugated and Welded (CCW) 
 5.3 Basket-Weave 
 5.4 Lead Sheath 
 5.5 Wire Serve 
6. Cable Types and Selection Criteria
 6.1 Portable Power and Control 
 6.2 Construction and Building Wire 
 6.3 Control, Instrumentation and Thermocouple 
 6.4 High Temperature 
 6.5 Power 
 6.6 Armored Power and Control 
 6.7 Electronic Cable 
 6.8 Telephone 
 6.9 Military
 6.10 Shipboard Cables (MIL-DTL-24643, MIL-DTL-24640 and MIL-DTL-915) 
 6.11 Optical Fiber Cables 
 6.12 Tray Cables 
7. Electrical Characteristics
 7.1 DC Resistance of Plated Copper Conductors 
 7.2 DC and AC Resistance of Copper Conductors 
 7.3 DC and AC Resistance of Aluminum Conductors 
 7.4 Reactance and Impedance at 60 Hz 
 7.5 AC/DC Resistance Ratio at 60 Hz 
 7.6 Temperature Correction Factors for Resistance 
 7.7 Voltage Drop 
 7.8 Maximum Conductor Short Circuit Current
 7.9 Maximum Shield Short Circuit Current
 7.10 Resistance and Ampacity at 400 and 800 Hz 
 7.11 Current Ratings for Electronic Cables 
 7.12 Ampacity of Power Cables 
 7.13 Basic Impulse Level (BIL) Ratings
8. Installation and Testing 
 8.1 Receiving, Handling and Storage  
 8.2 Conduit Fill  
 8.3 Pulling  
 8.4 Installation Methods    
 8.5 Overhead Messengers  
 8.6 Vertical Suspension  
 8.7 Hipot Testing  
 8.8 Fault Locating  
 8.9 Megger Testing  
 8.10 Moisture Removal  
 8.11 Fiber Optic Testing  
 8.12 LAN Cable Testing  
9. Cable Accessories  
 9.1 Coaxial Connectors  
 9.2 Data Connectors  
 9.3 Power Connectors 
 9.4 Fiber Optic Connectors 
 9.5 Cable Tray Systems 
 9.6 NEMA Plug and Receptacle Conigurations 
10. Packaging of Wire and Cable 
 10.1 Reel Size 
 10.2 Reel Handling 
11. Industry Standards 
 11.1 Industry Standards List 
 11.2 Fire Safety Tests 
 11.3 Regulatory and Approval Agencies
12. Continental Europe 
 12.1 European Union (EU) Standards 
 12.2 Austrian Standards 
 12.3 Belgian Standards 
 12.4 Danish Standards 
 12.9 Dutch Standards 
 12.5 French Standards 
 12.6 German Standards 
 12.7 Irish Standards 
 12.8 Italian Standards 
 12.10 Norwegian Standards 
 12.11 Portuguese Standards 
 12.12 Spanish Standards 
 12.13 Swedish Standards 
 12.14 Swiss Standards 
13. United Kingdom 
 13.1 Standards 
 13.2 Supply Voltage and Plug Conigurations 
14. Latin and South America 
 14.1 Mexican Standards 
 14.2 Venezuelan Standards 
 14.3 Brazilian Standards 
 14.4 Colombian Standards 
 14.5 Argentine Standards 
15. Canada
 15.1 Standards 
 15.2 Cable Types 
 15.3 Supply Voltage and Plug Conigurations 
 15.4 Fire Ratings 
 15.5 Single Conductor Teck 90 Terminations 
16. Asia Pacific 
 16.1 Australian Standards 
 16.2 Singapore Standards 
 16.3 Japanese Standards 
 16.4 Chinese Standards 
17. Conversion Tables 241
 17.1 Metric to English Conductor Size 
 17.2 Circular Measurements – Diameter, Circumference and Area 
 17.3 Length, Weight, Area, Power and Energy
 17.4 Temperature Conversion 
 17.5 kVA to Amperes 
 17.6 Horsepower to Amperes 
18. Formulas and Constants
 18.1 Electrical Properties of Circuits 
 18.2 Resistance and Weight of Conductors 
 18.3 Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance in AC Circuits
 18.4 Series and Parallel Connections 
 18.5 Engineering Notation 
 18.6 Diameter of Multiconductor Cables 
 18.7 Determination of Largest Possible Conductor in Cable Interstices 
 18.8 Conductor Diameter from Wire Diameter 
 18.9 Coaxial Capacitance 
 18.10 Inductive Reactance 

Book Details:
Language: English
Edition:  Fifth
Author: ANIXTER 
Pages: 328 
Size: 8.13 MB 
Format: PDF 


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