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This part presents general information on lightning and its characteristics and general data, and introduces the other documents. This part presents the analysis making it possible to calculate the risk for a structure and to determine the various protection scenarios in order to permit technical and economic optimization. This part describes protection from direct lightning strokes, including the lightning protection system, down-conductor, earth lead, equipotentiality and hence SPD with equipotential bonding Type 1 SPD.
This part describes protection from the induced effects of lightning, including the protection system by SPD Types 2 and 3cable shielding, rules for installation of SPD, etc.
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From Electrical Installation Guide. General rules of electrical installation design Connection to the MV utility distribution network Connection to the LV utility distribution network MV and LV architecture selection guide for buildings LV Distribution Protection uec electric shocks and oec fires Sizing and protection of conductors LV switchgear: Retrieved from ” http: Chapter – Overvoltage protection.
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Connection to the MV utility distribution network. Connection to the LV utility distribution network.
MV and LV architecture selection guide for buildings. Protection against electric shocks and electrical fires. Sizing and protection of conductors.
Energy Efficiency in electrical distribution. Characteristics of particular sources and loads. Residential premises and other special locations.
Contents 1 – 613112-1 1 – General principles 2 – Part 2 – Risk management 3 – Part 3 – Physical damage to structures and life hazard 4 – Part 4 – Electrical and electronic systems within structures.