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Looking for a good book for electrical design

Looking for a good book for electrical design

Looking for a good book for electrical design

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Hello everyone, I'm looking for a book that could teach me to design electrical systems such as homes, factories, solar, etc. I heard there are a book of siemens company but could not find it on the net,
Thanks

RE: Looking for a good book for electrical design

Handbook of Electrical Engineering for Practitioners in the Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Industry by Alan L. Sheldrake.

The book in general provides good design concepts.

RE: Looking for a good book for electrical design

For a free resources the
"Electrical Installation Guide" by Schneider is quite good and can be downloaded from their website
"Network Protection and Automation Guide" by Alstom

"Industrical Power Engineering and Applications Handbook" by Newnes is a good book and is worth buying

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