Annually, WESCON reports on technology applications for the practicing engineer. New products and component applications to specific markets are also described. Potential development areas of emerging fields are explored with a view toward the commercial and consumer utility and improved performances permitted by the technological improvements reviewed.
Various good practices that will enable users to improve their ability to assemble and erect self-supporting and guyed steel or aluminum lattice and tubular steel structures are presented. Construction considerations after foundation installation, and up to the conductor stringing operation, are also covered. The guide focuses on the design and construction considerations for material delivery, assembly and erection of metal transmission structures, and the installation of insulators and hardware. This guide is intended to be used as a reference source for parties involved in the ownership, design, and construction of transmission structures.
The 1996 edition of this popular dictionary has been revised and expanded to include over 15,000 technical terms and definitions from every field of electrical, electronics and computer engineering used throughout industry today. This edition also contains detailed abstracts of IEEE standards...a wealth of useful information in one printed source! For convenient reference, definitions are arranged alphabetically with all definitions augmented by a combination of indispensable information, including: -- Technical categories for each definition -- Variations in meanings among different technical specialties -- Cross-indexing to related works -- Key explantory notes for further term clarification -- Source identification for all terms Make sure you have the newest edition of the IEEE Standard Dictionary of Electrical and Electronics Terms -- the one reliable and convenient source for standardized electrotechnology terms and definitions for engineers and students alike!