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This essential reference will help unscramble the alphabet soup of technical terms that make up the language of the electrical trades! Written to serve as a ready reference of terms, this text can be carried to class, on-the-job, in the car, etc. With definitions for over 1,000 entries and illustrations to aid clarification, this is an indispensable source for students and professionals alike who might otherwise be inundated, bewildered, or intimidated by terms common to the trade.
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When you want to know the fine points of a reamer and a receptacle, an electrical workers' dictionary is your best bet. And an illustrated dictionary is better yet, because if you have to ask what a relay circuit is, it's best to see a diagram of the thing to go along with the definition. John Traister's Illustrated Dictionary for Electrical Workers contains some 200 illustrations and more than 3,000 definitions from AA (Aluminum Association) to Zonal Cavity Method. Geared toward students, apprentice electricians, and electrical designers, Traister defines standard terms used in electrical construction projects across the country.About the Author:
James E. Titus holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Southwest Missouri State University and a Master of Science degree from Central Missouri State University.
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Book Description Diane Pub Co, Collingdale, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 1991. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. 0756780993 Very Good; Contents are tight and clean; Soft Cover; Diane Pub Co; 1991; 0. Seller Inventory # 72909