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Temporary Power Systems. Electrical Regulations

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This book provides the reader with a clear understanding of the application of both BS 7671 and BS 7909 to events and other relevant industry guidance. It is an indispensable guide for all those working with any temporary power system including agricultural shows and outdoors fairs, concerts, theatrical events, film and TV broadcasting, exhibitions, festivals as well as temporary buildings and structures.

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  • Section 1: Introduction
  • Section 2: Standards and legislation
  • Section 3: Management of events
  • Section 4: Earthing and methods of protection
  • Section 5: Design principles and requirements
  • Section 6: Equipment supply and testing
  • Section 7: Inspection and testing of temporary electrical distributions
  • Section 8: Generators and other sources of supply
  • Section 9: Operational considerations
  • Section 10: Venue information
  • Section 11: Electrical systems for temporary structures
  • Section 12: Mobile and transportable units
  • Appendix A: Bibliography
  • Appendix B: Useful electrical calculations
  • Appendix C: Rating factors for cables having more than four loaded cores
  • Appendix D: Reproduced tables from BS 7671 Appendix 4 for cables commonly used at events
  • Appendix E: Reproduced tables from BS 7671 Appendix 3 for MCBs
  • Appendix F: ABTT theatre electrical sheet
  • Appendix G: BS 7909 certification documentation
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James Eade

James Eade BEng(Hons) CEng MIET AMIMechE is a Chartered Engineer who has worked in the entertainment industry for over 20 years, covering most genres including touring, theatre, corporate events and permanent installations. As well as providing engineering consultancy services, he was until recently Technical Editor of Lighting & Sound International where he introduced and developed the technical content of the publication and was also Chair of the annual Industry Innovation Awards. He is involved with various trade associations and represents the industry on many national and international standards panels, particularly BS 7671 and BS 7909. In addition to writing and lecturing, he is still active in designing and commissioning electrical systems and acting in a consultancy role for several rental companies and broadcasters.

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