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March 2002
 American law contains a concept known as “legal fiction.” For reasons of equity or otherwise, the law sometimes pretends that something exists when it does not, or that somet READ MORE
March 2002
This column’s headline might initially turn many people off. Estimators will probably mumble that accounting has nothing to do with estimating. READ MORE
March 2002
In a recent discussion about the virtues of power quality (PQ) monitoring with some less-than-knowledgeable business people, the point was raised that, “Why bother to figure o READ MORE
March 2002
CODE CITATIONS Article 100—Definitions Article 210—Branch Circuits Article 230—Services Article 695—Fire Pumps Article 725—Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 Remote-Control, Signal READ MORE
March 2002
One of the biggest problems facing the electrical industry is existing power systems’ inability to meet the demands and requirements of the future. READ MORE

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March 2002