Electrical Safety in Hazardous Areas 4th International Conference (I E E Conference Publication)

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Subjects:

  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Applications Of Electric Power,
  • Industrial Safety (Specific Industries),
  • Electric apparatus and applian,
  • Electric apparatus and appliances,
  • Congresses,
  • Electric engineering,
  • Safety measures

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages188
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Open LibraryOL8282775M
ISBN 10085296370X
ISBN 109780852963708

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Arc-Flash and Other Electrical Safety Hazards 27 Electrical Safety Hazards 27 Electric Shock 27 Arc-Flash and Arc Blasts 28 Arc-Flash Metrics 29 Arc-Blast Effect 31 Light and Sound Effects 31 Electrical Hazard Analysis 32 Shock Hazard Analysis 32 Approach Boundaries 32 Flash Hazard Analysis 34 Arc-Flash Calculations The Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas – Electrical provides licensed electricians with a pathway to a nationally recognised qualification relevant to their work in explosive atmospheres.

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Classification of hazardous areas or locations is not the responsibility of the authority having jurisdiction or the installing electrical contractor. There is a process that calls for careful exercises in ingenuity, sound engineering, designs for the best results, and electrical safety.

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