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Quoted from the book's introduction: "The EEI Street Lighting Manual aims to provide basic information to persons interested in or responsible for roadway lighting design, sales, installation and maintenance. Each chapter is complete, making it possible to select particular chapters as the basis for isolated lectures or study, or for a series of lectures constituting a brief course of instructuion aimed at a particular audience or group interest. The sequence of chapters generally follows a pattern similar to that of contemporary lighting courses, progressing from elementary principles through lighting design and calculation, to practical materials and methods of installation. The scope of the Manual is sufficiently broad to include historical background material as well as the commercial aspects and problems relating to the marketing of better street lighting. ... Conceived primarily as a training aid addressed to utility sales, engineering, and operating personnel, the Manual has found wide adceptance as a general reference on street lighting theory and practice. It should be useful to public officials at all levels of government who are concerned directlyu or indirectly with public safety on our streets and highways. It should be helpful as well to consulting engineers, architects, and civic planners involved in roadway design and construction in both urban and suburban areas. Its use by students of architecture and engineering is obvious."
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Book Description Edison Electric Inst, 1988. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0931032261