Electrical Safety of Low Voltage Systems book


Electrical Safety of Low Voltage Systems

By Massimo Mitolo, "Electrical Safety of Low Voltage Systems." Both professional engineers who are involved in bonding and grounding of power systems as well as electrical engineering students who need to understand the fundamentals of electrical safety make up the book's target audience. Basic calculus, algebra, complex numbers, and knowledge of a.c. electric circuits are all prerequisites. 

Electrical Safety of Low Voltage Systems book
Electrical Safety of Low Voltage Systems book

Electrical safety can only be understood as a list of sensible activities to do or not take when around energised devices, acting as a barrier against coming into touch with live components. The safety of individuals is also dependent on their exposure to indirect contact, or contact with parts that are typically not under tension but could become energised as a result of defects.

The Contents of Electrical Safety of Low Voltage Systems


Basic Definitions and Nomenclature

Fundamentals of Electrical Safety

Mathematical Principles of Electrical Safety

The Earth

Electrical Safety Handbook, 3rd Edition

Effects of Electric Currents Passing Through the Human Body

TT Grounding System

TN Grounding System

Protective Multiple Earthing (TN-C-S Grounding System)

IT Grounding System


Extra-Low-Voltage Systems

Earth Electrodes, Protective Conductors, and Equipotential Bonding Conductors

Safety Against Overvoltages

Safety Against Static Electricity

Testing the Electrical Safety

Applications of Electrical Safety in Special Locations and Installations

Fundamental Conventions and Electric Circuit Theorems

Fundamental Units, Symbols, and Correct Spellings



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