1.
A motor draws 165 amps at a voltage of 460 with a feeder ft. length of 190. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #2/0, what would the voltage drop be?
2.
A motor draws 83 amps at a voltage of 460 with a feeder ft. length of 190. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #3, what would the voltage drop be?"
3.
A motor draws 21amps at a voltage of 230 with a feeder ft. length of 160. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #10, Which minimum size copper wire is permissible by code to use?"
4.
A motor draws 32 amps at a voltage of 230 with a feeder ft. length of 150. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #8, Which minimum size copper wire is permissible by code to use?"
5.
A motor draws 85 amps at a voltage of 230 with a feeder ft. length of 160. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #3, Which minimum size copper wire is permissible by code to use?
6.
A motor draws 21 amps at a voltage of 460 with a feeder ft. length of 190. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #10, Which minimum size copper wire is permissible by code to use?
7.
A motor draws 47 amps at a voltage of 460 with a feeder ft. length of 190. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #8, Which minimum size copper wire is permissible by code to use?
8.
A motor draws 165 amps at a voltage of 460 with a feeder ft. length of 190. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #2/0, Which minimum size copper wire is permissible by code to use?
9.
A motor draws 83 amps at a voltage of 460 with a feeder ft. length of 190. The copper wire (75 degree C) size desired is #3, Which minimum size copper wire is permissible by code to use?
10.
For purpose of computing service loads, the voltages not to be used is, 120/220V
11.
The unit lighting load that is specified for, occupancy use in the code book constitutes the required lighting load for each square foot (0.093 mz) of floor area.
12.
Each floor area of a building, dwelling unit, or other area involved shall be, computed from the interior wall dimensions to determine the total square footage for, service load calculations.
13.
The computed floor area of dwelling units, shall include open or enclosed porches.
14.
In all occupancies, what is the minimum design load to include for, each general purpose outlets.
15.
Outlets serving switchboards, and switchgear frames in telephone exchanges need not be included, in minimum design load computations.
16.
An outlet for a specific appliance not covered in Article 220 shall have the computed ampere rating based on what?
A.
B.
180 volt-amperes for outlet
C.
17.
What is the minimum Volt-Amperes per Square Foot of, General Lighting Load for a Barber shop that, you can use?
18.
What is the minimum Volt-Amperes per Square Foot of, General Lighting Load for, a Hospital that you can use?
19.
What is the minimum Volt-Amperes per Square Foot of, General Lighting Load for a School that, you can use?
20.
What is the minimum Volt-Amperes per Square Foot of, General Lighting Load for an auditorium that, you can use?
21.
What is the minimum Volt-Amperes per Square Foot of, General Lighting Load for a Court room that, you can use?
22.
The volt-amperes of outlets for heavy duty lamp holders shall be computed at a minimum of,
23.
When a service voltage exceeds 15,000 volts between conductors enter a building, they shall terminate in a?
A.
Metal enclosed switchgear compartment
B.
C.
A metal enclosed switchgear compartment or a transformer vault
24.
Additional building services, with a supply voltage of 600 volts or less, are permitted when the capacity requirements are in excess of how many amperes?
25.
A service supplying a building or other structure can not pass through the interior of another building or other structure.