Grounds, Grounding Procedure, And Protective Devices For Wire Communication Equipment
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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C., USA .
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TM 11-755 Grounds, Grounding Procedure, And Protective Devices For Wire Communication Equipment, 1945-04-04

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Overcurrent protective devices must have an interrupting rating capacity equal to or greater than the fault current available at the equipment line terminals [Sec. ]. Unless marked otherwise, the ampere interrupting capacity (AIC)rating for circuit breakers is 5,A [Sec. (C)], and it is 10,A for fuses [Sec. (C) (3)]. A grounding electrode conductor (GEC) is used to connect the system grounded ("neutral") conductor, or the equipment to a grounding electrode, or a point on the grounding electrode is called "system grounding" and most electrical systems are required to be grounded. The U.S. NEC and the UK's BS list systems that are required to be grounded. Earthing system is made of a mesh of buried bare copper cable, with additional earth rods, and shall be calculated, being recommended to use IEEE Std. Important formulas for Designing a Substation Grid Earthing System. The cross section of the buried cable should calculated in accordance with the value of the phase-to-earth short. current-carrying phase conductors and a fourth wire called a grounding conductor. A grounding conductor is one which is not intended to carry load current, but instead, provides the interconnection between the transformer bank ground and all grounds on the consumer's equipment and shall be sized as shown in N.E.C. File Size: KB.

Bonding, Grounding and Earthing. One of the most misunderstood and confused concept is difference between Bonding, Grounding and Earthing. Bonding is more clear word compare to Grounding and Earthing, but there is a micro difference between Grounding and Earhing. Earthing and Grounding are actually different terms for expressing the same concept. electrode(s) to the equipment grounding conductor, to the grounded conductor, or to both, at the service, at each building or structure where supplied from a common service, or at the source of a separately derived system. Grounding of electrical systems and equipment can be divided into two areas: 1.) System Grounding, and 2.) Equipment. A service panel requires a working clearance that’s 30 in. wide, 3 ft. deep and 6 ft. 8 in. high in the national electric code. Here’s a good rule of thumb: If you can’t park a refrigerator in front of the panel, you don’t have enough working space. These clearances are Author: The Family Handyman. Testing and Inspection of Bonding/Grounding systems. The proper installation of bonding and grounding devices is important in the protection of personnel and equipment. At the time of installation a resistance test is needed to confirm electrical continuity to ground.