Delmar's Standard Textbook of Electricity 3rd edition by Stephen L. Herman

By Stephen L. Herman

Delmar`s common Textbook of electrical energy third version

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When working on high scaffolding A safety harness is shown in Figure S –11. FIGURE S–11 Safety harness 15 16 SECTION I ■ Safety, Basic Electricity, and Ohm’s Law S–5 Ladders and Scaffolds It is often necessary to work in an elevated location. When this is the case, ladders or scaffolds are employed. Scaffolds generally provide the safest elevated working platforms. ) The bottom sections usually contain adjustable feet that can be used to level the sections. Two end sections are connected by X braces that form a rigid work platform (Figure S –13).

The technician who understands electricity can seek employment in almost any part of the world. Electric sources are divided into two basic types, direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC). Direct current is unidirectional, which means that it flows in only one direction. The first part of this text is mainly devoted to the study of direct current. Alternating current is bidirectional, which means that it reverses its direction of flow at regular intervals. The latter part of this text is devoted mainly to the study of alternating current.

Any opposite-sounding names List A List B List A List A List B List B FIGURE 1–2 Unlike charges attract and like charges repel. UNIT 1 ■ Atomic Structure could have been chosen, such as east and west, north and south, male and female. Benjamin Franklin named the materials in list A positive and the materials in list B negative. These names are still used today. The first item in each list was used as a standard for determining if a charged object was positive or negative. Any object repelled by a piece of glass rubbed on silk would have a positive charge, and any item repelled by a hard rubber rod rubbed on wool would have a negative charge.

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