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Template Building Workshop

  1. 1. Relink icon 1 4 1. From the Quark file, make sure all logos and graphics are in place. Through InDesign CS2, convert the Quark to an InDesign file. Use this converted InDesign file for reference only. 4. If any logos or graphics are missing or modified in the converted InDesign file, navigate to where they reside using the Links palette “Relink” icon. You can then use the screen below for the next missing graphic(s). 2 2. If any graphic files are missing you will see this message. Click OK to repair the links in InDesign later. 3 3. If there are grouped or locked objects in the converted Quark file you will see this message. Often there are warning messages because of minor conversion issues. Workshop 1 • Getting Started
  2. 2. 7 5 7. Confirm all preferences including Baseline Grid. Under Edit menu > Preferences > General, Type, etc. 5. Create a new, clean InDesign document which will be used as a master template incorporating all swatches and most styles. Under File > New > Document. Set specifications. 6 6. Save and name preset. Libraries must be 8. Use only CMYK color swatches. Each document will be one section of the publication. created Delete any rgb swatches. in current application To prepare document you also need access to your live Quark and Word files version (suggest creating desktop shortcut for easier navigation). 8 Use real text, not dummy text (to later check paragraph styles and the hyphenation & justification values within the paragraph styles). Workshop 1 • Create the InDesign Document
  3. 3. Codes & Standards Standard column configurations Non-printing layout margins & The Debate Over Circuit Breakers vs. are created for whatever is columns for inside, outside, top Fused Solutions Continues present in the magazine: and bottom set to live area. (2 col, 3 col, 2 + 3 col, etc.) Column numbers are set on By First Last, Italic Byline [c-s] I  We use one text box with column individual master pages for have a number of reservations about the tech- ally take less total space than CB switchgear and  and gutter settings, rather than standard column configurations. nical issues in Mr. Lane’s articles, which broke  be less expensive. The use of Class-J time-delay  down changes to the NEC and suggested fused  current-limiting fuses may also reduce the size of  multiple threaded frames. Temporary guides are sometimes distribution may not always be necessary when  equipment. What about the short-circuit rating  set to mark important guides, considering selective coordination requirements. of other components such as busway? How will  Both  circuit  breaker  (CB)  and  fused  systems  they be affected by the short-delay trips? It is com- such as for rules in column provide safe and reliable overcurrent protection  mon in high-rise construction to run busway from  gutters, etc. when systems are carefully engineered, installed  the main switchgear to distribution panels or to  and maintained. But there are significant differ- use plug-in busway to feed main-lug only (MLO)  ences that must be recognized.  branch panels. The first problem with all three articles is they do  (Subhead) unnecessary risks not look at a complete system. The one-line diagram    in part two of the series, “The Skinny on Switchgear  The same diagram shows an 800-amp CB with  and the New NEC,” (CSE 9/05, p.15), shows a feeder  short delay trips protecting the automatic transfer  breaker in the main switchgear (not switchboard) of  switch (ATS). Will the ATS have an adequate  short- 800 amps, but neither the size of the main breaker  circuit rating? One ATS manufacturer tests and UL  is indicated, nor  whether there is a main breaker or  lists its units only when protected by current-lim- a sequence service. Is there coordination between  iting fuses or CB with clearing times of less than  the 800-amp feeder breaker and the main breaker?  three cycles. Generators commonly have short-n  To achieve this, the main breaker would require a  is there. It is almost a knee-jerk response. While  short delay trip set at 12 cycles. The vast majority of  some industries have planned shutdowns for ser- transformers in commercial and industrial systems  vice and maintenance purposes, commercial and  other industries seldom can do so except at late  hours. This , it should be included in every project  Considering only space, fused switchboards can specification. To do less is to increase hazard to  take up less total space than CB switchgear, cost personnel. No engineer can do so and meet the  less and require no need for rear access. ethics of his profession. Author Keith Lane responds: My intent was  are protected on the primary side by current-limiting  fuses. What would the coordination be? It’s difficult  to solicit good conversation in the engineering  enough to coordinate CB having instantaneous trips  community, which I think my article has succeeded  with primary current-limiting fuses. in doing. I am certainly not against AHJs adopting  If the primary fuses open—admittedly, this rarely  the 2005 NEC. The heart of the piece was the issue  happens—the system is down until the utility replac- of selective coordination but neither the size of the  es the fuses, and only after determining there is no  main breaker is indicated, nor  whether there is a  problem in the transformer or main switchgear.  main breaker or a sequence service. Is there coor- Any  facility  requiring  an  800-amp  CB  for  the  dination between the 800-amp feeder breakerAs  emergency system must be fairly large. It is reason- noted  in  my  conclusion,  I  am  in  favor  of  good  able to assume a 2.5% impedance high-efficiency  engineering analysis, which would include a com- 1,500- or 2,000-kVA transformer. Available short- prehensive fault current calculation, coordination  circuit current could easily be more than 75,000  study and  appropriate settinehensive fault current  amps. What is the cost of CB switchgear-type con- analysis, priate setting of the breakers or with the  Workshop 1 • Master page A with 2 column configuration, baseline grid and live text for mockup struction opposed to a bolted pressure switch and  use of fused distribution, the reliability of electrical  fuse switchboard? Considering only space, fused  distribution systems would be increased over what  switchboards are readily available. They may actu- is required by the NEC prior to 2005. A Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006
  4. 4. Codes & Standards Codes & Standards It was quite obvious that the contrac- ing the contractor’s work. that the contractor is responsible for the  It was quite obvious that the contrac- ing the contractor’s work. that the contractor is responsible for the  tor  had  installed  bolts  that  were  too  But  let’s  return  in  time  to  the  methods and materials of constructing  tor  had  installed  bolts  that  were  too  But  let’s  return  in  time  to  the  methods and materials of constructing  short to fully engage the threads of the  developer’s initial concern about the struc- the project. But as soon as an engineer  short to fully engage the threads of the  developer’s initial concern about the struc- the project. But as soon as an engineer  nut. While on the site, the engineer also  tural connection. The engineer observes  states, even in ambiguous terms, that the  nut. While on the site, the engineer also  tural connection. The engineer observes  states, even in ambiguous terms, that the  noted that the stucco lath and moisture  the same condition, but this time offers  work is “complete,” he or she has joined  noted that the stucco lath and moisture  the same condition, but this time offers  work is “complete,” he or she has joined  barrier operations had been completed.  a substantially different report about the  right in on the responsib. Designers and  barrier operations had been completed.  a substantially different report about the  right in on the responsib. Designers and  In his follow-up report of the site visit,  stucco: “Stucco lath and moisture barrier  specifiers should maintain strict control  In his follow-up report of the site visit,  stucco: “Stucco lath and moisture barrier  specifiers should maintain strict control  the engineer cited the bolting deficiency,  work appears complete. Since structural  over the actual duties that they assume,  the engineer cited the bolting deficiency,  work appears complete. Since structural  over the actual duties that they assume,  with a correction, and also wrote that  integrity of the building depends on the  and they should avoid even the appear- with a correction, and also wrote that  integrity of the building depends on the  and they should avoid even the appear- “the stucco cladding paper and lath is  fastener use and placement for positive  ance of approving an owner’s. By simply  “the stucco cladding paper and lath is  fastener use and placement for positive  ance of approving an owner’s. By simply  complete,  ready  for  the  scratch  coat.”  attachment to the frame, it is strongly  adding, “The Owner should verify with  complete,  ready  for  the  scratch  coat.”  attachment to the frame, it is strongly  adding, “The Owner should verify with  This report became a key issue in the case  recommended that you verify through  the equipment manufacturer’s represen- This report became a key issue in the case  recommended that you verify through  the equipment manufacturer’s represen- against  the  designer,  as  the  structural  the  building  department  or  a  deputy  tative that all connecr this application,”  against  the  designer,  as  the  structural  the  building  department  or  a  deputy  tative that all connecr this application,”  design allowed for the stucco cladding to  inspector that the details of the specifi- the engineer places responsibility better  design allowed for the stucco cladding to  inspector that the details of the specifi- the engineer places responsibility better  participate in the building’s lateral force  cations were faithfully adhered to.” informed and in a better position where  participate in the building’s lateral force  cations were faithfully adhered to.” informed and in a better position where  resistance system. The  engineer  has  just  directed  the  it belongs—back with the owner. resistance system. The  engineer  has  just  directed  the  it belongs—back with the owner. Two  years  later,  when  cracks  in  the  owner or developer to verify compliance  Two  years  later,  when  cracks  in  the  owner or developer to verify compliance  Recommendations Recommendations stucco and other collateral finishes were  with some other entity and has pointed  stucco and other collateral finishes were  with some other entity and has pointed  observed, it was determined by forensic  out that it is a critical component of the  The  use  of  “recommendation”  lan- observed, it was determined by forensic  out that it is a critical component of the  The  use  of  “recommendation”  lan- experts that the attachment of the lath  building’s design. Thus, the liability has  guage cannot be emphasized enough,  experts that the attachment of the lath  building’s design. Thus, the liability has  guage cannot be emphasized enough,  to the wood frame employed staples that  been kept in the lap of the owner. The  not only for observation reports of site vis- to the wood frame employed staples that  been kept in the lap of the owner. The  not only for observation reports of site vis- were  too  short,  and  that  the  fastener  same  use  of  “recommendations”  can  its, but also certificates for payment and  were  too  short,  and  that  the  fastener  same  use  of  “recommendations”  can  its, but also certificates for payment and  spacing exceeded the design specifica- written requests  spacing exceeded the design specifica- written requests  tions. Essentially, the weight of the stucco  for  information  tions. Essentially, the weight of the stucco  for  information  Considering only space, fused switchboards can Considering only space, fused switchboards can exceeded the capacity of the fasteners  from the contrac- exceeded the capacity of the fasteners  from the contrac- take up less total space than CB switchgear, cost take up less total space than CB switchgear, cost to secure it to the frame. The engineer’s  tors. By including  to secure it to the frame. The engineer’s  tors. By including  less and require no need for rear access. less and require no need for rear access. written report of observation was inter- a  recommenda- written report of observation was inter- a  recommenda- preted by the developer’s attorney as an  tion  to  verify,  preted by the developer’s attorney as an  tion  to  verify,  endorsement of the contractor’s adher- charge  the  owner  to  seek  verification  confirm,  validate  appropriate,  design  endorsement of the contractor’s adher- charge  the  owner  to  seek  verification  confirm,  validate  appropriate,  design  ence to the structural design.  from the contractor, thus asserting that  professionals place themselves one step  ence to the structural design.  from the contractor, thus asserting that  professionals place themselves one step  Attorneys for the developer cited the  the engineer’s observation was not an  further from the inevitable dispute. The  Attorneys for the developer cited the  the engineer’s observation was not an  further from the inevitable dispute. The  field report, indicating that it provided  inspection. More importantly, it estab- following is a suggested checklist: field report, indicating that it provided  inspection. More importantly, it estab- following is a suggested checklist: a  representation  that  all  of  the  work  lishes that inspection of the work is out- ●  Limit  observations  and  report  lan- a  representation  that  all  of  the  work  lishes that inspection of the work is out- ●  Limit  observations  and  report  lan- observed by the engineer was consistent  side of the engineer’s scope. guage to the purpose o. observed by the engineer was consistent  side of the engineer’s scope. guage to the purpose o. with industry practices and wisdom. They  The key to this area of practice is to  ●  Limit  oral  conversations  with  the  with industry practices and wisdom. They  The key to this area of practice is to  ●  Limit  oral  conversations  with  the  argued  that  the  engineer’s  comment  be always mindful of the duty that one  contractor to basic items. Follow low up  argued  that  the  engineer’s  comment  be always mindful of the duty that one  contractor to basic items. Follow low up  that  “...the  stucco  cladding  paper  and  can  end  up  assuming  as  a  result  of  a  substantive  questions  every  report  or  that  “...the  stucco  cladding  paper  and  can  end  up  assuming  as  a  result  of  a  substantive  questions  every  report  or  lath is complete” additionally inferred,  simple  conversation  or  a  brief  written  written oral conversation. lath is complete” additionally inferred,  simple  conversation  or  a  brief  written  written oral conversation. “...according to building codes and my  memo.  Once  again,  although  the  case  ●  Include “recommendations to verify”  “...according to building codes and my  memo.  Once  again,  although  the  case  ●  Include “recommendations to verify”  specs.” The court agreed and held that no  involved  a  structural  design  issue,  the  in every report or written correspondence  specs.” The court agreed and held that no  involved  a  structural  design  issue,  the  in every report or written correspondence  other individual was better informed and  same  practice  should  be  incorporated  dealing with contractor rify through the  other individual was better informed and  same  practice  should  be  incorporated  dealing with contractor rify through the  in a better position to observe a defect  into the standard policies of all disciplines  building department or a deputy inspec- in a better position to observe a defect  into the standard policies of all disciplines  building department or a deputy inspec- in the application of the lath than the  of engineering. Designers and specifiers  tor that performance. in the application of the lath than the  of engineering. Designers and specifiers  tor that performance. engineer. The engineer was found by the  should maintain strict control over the  ●  Follow  up  in  writing,  asking  the  engineer. The engineer was found by the  should maintain strict control over the  ●  Follow  up  in  writing,  asking  the  court to have contributed substantially to  actual duties that they assume, and they  owner/developer if their verification of  court to have contributed substantially to  actual duties that they assume, and they  owner/developer if their verification of  the failures of the stucco attac ures of the  should  avoid  even  the  appearance  of  the work confirmed compliance by the  the failures of the stucco attac ures of the  should  avoid  even  the  appearance  of  the work confirmed compliance by the  stucco attachment. approving an owner’s and contractor’s  contractor, manufacturer or fabricator. stucco attachment. approving an owner’s and contractor’s  contractor, manufacturer or fabricator. work.  Otherwise,  the  other  players  in  ●  Limit the construction-phase services  work.  Otherwise,  the  other  players  in  ●  Limit the construction-phase services  Avoiding risk Avoiding risk the construction drama will be delighted  wherever possible. The project rarely has  the construction drama will be delighted  wherever possible. The project rarely has  How could this liability risk have been  to hand the engineer their responsibili- a sufficient budget to allow for detailed  How could this liability risk have been  to hand the engineer their responsibili- a sufficient budget to allow for detailed  avoided? It’s all about duty. In this situa- ties  and receive the endorsement of the  verification of design compliance. avoided? It’s all about duty. In this situa- ties  and receive the endorsement of the  verification of design compliance. Workshop 1 • Master page B with 3 column configuration, baseline grid and live text for mockup tion, the engineer snatched liability away  design  professional  for  the  work  they  The key to this area of practice is to  tion, the engineer snatched liability away  design  professional  for  the  work  they  The key to this area of practice is to  from the contractor and the developer by  have  just  completed.  The  construction  be always mins a result conversation or  from the contractor and the developer by  have  just  completed.  The  construction  be always mins a result conversation or  voluntarily assuming the duty of evaluat- industry  has  established  the  standard  a brief written memo. Once again,  voluntarily assuming the duty of evaluat- industry  has  established  the  standard  a brief written memo. Once again,  B B Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006 Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006
  5. 5. Codes & Standards p-style c-style Section Bold Section The Debate Over Circuit Breakers vs. p-style Head Fused Solutions Continues ByLine [p-styLe], Italic Byline [c-style] I  p-style have a number of reservations about the tech- ally take less total space than CB switchgear and  Text DropCap nical issues in Mr. Lane’s articles, which broke  be less expensive. The use of Class-J time-delay  [nested DropCap] down changes to the NEC and suggested fused  current-limiting fuses may also reduce the size of  distribution may not always be necessary when  equipment. What about the short-circuit rating  considering selective coordination requirements. of other components such as busway? How will  Both  circuit  breaker  (CB)  and  fused  systems  they be affected by the short-delay trips? It is com- provide safe and reliable overcurrent protection  mon in high-rise construction to run busway from  p-style when systems are carefully engineered, installed  the main switchgear to distribution panels or to  Text and maintained. But there are significant differ- use plug-in busway to feed main-lug only (MLO)  p-style ences that must be recognized.  branch panels. Subhead The first problem with all three articles is they do  (Subhead) unnecessary risks not look at a complete system. The one-line diagram    in part two of the series, “The Skinny on Switchgear  The same diagram shows an 800-amp CB with  and the New NEC,” (CSE 9/05, p.15), shows a feeder  short delay trips protecting the automatic transfer  breaker in the main switchgear (not switchboard) of  switch (ATS). Will the ATS have an adequate  short- 800 amps, but neither the size of the main breaker  circuit rating? One ATS manufacturer tests and UL  is indicated, nor  whether there is a main breaker or  lists its units only when protected by current-lim- a sequence service. Is there coordination between  iting fuses or CB with clearing times of less than  the 800-amp feeder breaker and the main breaker?  three cycles. Generators commonly have short-n  To achieve this, the main breaker would require a  is there. It is almost a knee-jerk response. While  short delay trip set at 12 cycles. The vast majority of  some industries have planned shutdowns for ser- transformers in commercial and industrial systems  vice and maintenance purposes, commercial and  other industries seldom can do so except at late  p-style p-style hours. This , it should be included in every project  Considering only space, fused switchboards can Text PullQuote specification. To do less is to increase hazard to  take up less total space than CB switchgear, cost c-style personnel. No engineer can do so and meet the  less and require no need for rear access. Bold Text ethics of his profession. Author Keith Lane responds: My intent was  are protected on the primary side by current-limiting  fuses. What would the coordination be? It’s difficult  to solicit good conversation in the engineering  enough to coordinate CB having instantaneous trips  community, which I think my article has succeeded  with primary current-limiting fuses. in doing. I am certainly not against AHJs adopting  If the primary fuses open—admittedly, this rarely  the 2005 NEC. The heart of the piece was the issue  happens—the system is down until the utility replac- of selective coordination but neither the size of the  es the fuses, and only after determining there is no  main breaker is indicated, nor  whether there is a  problem in the transformer or main switchgear.  main breaker or a sequence service. Is there coor- Any  facility  requiring  an  800-amp  CB  for  the  dination between the 800-amp feeder breakerAs  emergency system must be fairly large. It is reason- noted  in  my  conclusion,  I  am  in  favor  of  good  able to assume a 2.5% impedance high-efficiency  engineering analysis, which would include a com- 1,500- or 2,000-kVA transformer. Available short- prehensive fault current calculation, coordination  circuit current could easily be more than 75,000  study and  appropriate settinehensive fault current  amps. What is the cost of CB switchgear-type con- analysis, priate setting of the breakers or with the  Workshop 2 • RBI Paragraph & Character Styles for Master page A struction opposed to a bolted pressure switch and  use of fused distribution, the reliability of electrical  fuse switchboard? Considering only space, fused  distribution systems would be increased over what  switchboards are readily available. They may actu- is required by the NEC prior to 2005. A Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006
  6. 6. Codes & Standards p-style c-style Section Bold Section The Debate Over Circuit Breakers vs. p-style Head Fused Solutions Continues c-style ByLine [p-styLe], Italic Byline [c-style] BoldItalics NotesEditor Editor’s note: This month’s Codes & Standards, following the tone set in Letters (p.7), is an in-depth rebut- [nested] tal to Keith Lane’s August-through-October series analyzing the 2005 edition of the NEC. A response from Mr. p-style Lane follows. It should be noted that Lane’s original article was run in three parts because of length. NotesEditor I  have a number of reservations about the tech- size of the main breaker is indicated, nor  whether  p-style Text DropCap nical issues in Mr. Lane’s articles, which broke  there is a main breaker or a sequence service. Is  [nested DropCap] down changes to the NEC and suggested fused  there coordination between the 800-amp feeder  distribution may not always be necessary when  breaker and the main breaker? To achieve this, the  considering selective coordination requirements. main breaker would require a short delay trip set  Both  circuit  breaker  (CB)  and  fused  systems  at 12 cycles. The vast majority of transformers in  provide safe and reliable overcurrent protection  commercial and industrial systems are protected  p-style when systems are carefully engineered, installed  on the primary side by current-limiting fuses. What  Text and maintained. But there are significant differ- would the coordination be? It’s difficult enough  ences that must be recognized.  to coordinate CB having instantaneous trips with  p-style The first problem with all three articles is they  primary current-limiting fuses. Subhead p-style (Subhead) unnecessary risks Considering only space, fused switchboards can PullQuote The same diagram shows an 800-amp CB with  take up less total space than CB switchgear, cost short delay trips protecting the automatic trans- less and require no need for rear access. fer switch (ATS). Will the ATS have an adequate    short-there is no problem in the transformer or  do not look at a complete system. The one-line  main switchgmp fault on the load side of a branch  diagram  in part two of the series, “The Skinny on  breaker may cause all three CBs to open. If power  Switchgear and the New NEC,” (CSE 9/05, p.15),  look? After the fa removed, the switches and CBs  shows a feeder breaker in the main switchgear  trical distribution systems would be increased over  (not switchboard) of 800 amps, but neither the  what is required by the NEC prior to 2005. p-style GraphicCaption 1,250-hp, 3600-rpm, 2,300-volt, WP-1 enclosure, constant-speed motor drives an aeration blower at Weyerhaeuser’s Longview Complex. Workshop 2 • RBI Paragraph & Character Styles for optional Master Page A A Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006
  7. 7. Codes & Standards element label Section The Debate Over Circuit Breakers vs. element label Head Fused Solutions Continues element label ByLine [p-styLe], Italic Byline [c-style] Byline Editor’s note: This month’s Codes & Standards, following the tone set in Letters (p.7), is an in-depth rebut- element label tal to Keith Lane’s August-through-October series analyzing the 2005 edition of the NEC. A response from Mr. Intro Lane follows. It should be noted that Lane’s original article was run in three parts because of length. I  have a number of reservations about the tech- size of the main breaker is indicated, nor  whether  element label nical issues in Mr. Lane’s articles, which broke  there is a main breaker or a sequence service. Is  Body down changes to the NEC and suggested fused  there coordination between the 800-amp feeder  distribution may not always be necessary when  breaker and the main breaker? To achieve this, the  considering selective coordination requirements. main breaker would require a short delay trip set  Both  circuit  breaker  (CB)  and  fused  systems  at 12 cycles. The vast majority of transformers in  provide safe and reliable overcurrent protection  commercial and industrial systems are protected  element label when systems are carefully engineered, installed  on the primary side by current-limiting fuses. What  Graphic and maintained. But there are significant differ- would the coordination be? It’s difficult enough  ences that must be recognized.  to coordinate CB having instantaneous trips with  The first problem with all three articles is they  primary current-limiting fuses. element label (Subhead) unnecessary risks Considering only space, fused switchboards can Accurate element labels must be included for all text and Pullquote The same diagram shows an 800-amp CB with  take up less total space than CB switchgear, cost graphic frames. Under Window > Show Element Labels short delay trips protecting the automatic trans- less and require no need for rear access. fer switch (ATS). Will the ATS have an adequate    (this feature for Smart Connection Enterprise rollout). short-there is no problem in the transformer or  do not look at a complete system. The one-line  main switchgmp fault on the load side of a branch  Do not group frames because element labels will be disgarded. diagram  in part two of the series, “The Skinny on  breaker may cause all three CBs to open. If power  Switchgear and the New NEC,” (CSE 9/05, p.15),  look? After the fa removed, the switches and CBs  shows a feeder breaker in the main switchgear  trical distribution systems would be increased over  (not switchboard) of 800 amps, but neither the  what is required by the NEC prior to 2005. element label Graphic element label Caption 1,250-hp, 3600-rpm, 2,300-volt, WP-1 enclosure, constant-speed motor drives an aeration blower at Weyerhaeuser’s Longview Complex. Workshop 2 • RBI Element labels for Smart Connection Enterprise A Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006
  8. 8. p-style Codes & Standards Section c-style FIlE PREPaRaTIoN FoR E-loGIC REvIEw Bold Section element label 1. Review ALL documents with art director and CMS prior to e-Logic review. Section 2. All mockups will be sent to e-Logic with complete paragraph and character styles and element labels in place. The Debate Over Circuit Breakers vs. 3. Suggest locking frames on Master Pages that don’t move, such as a folio or Fused Solutions Continues section name. ByLine [p-styLe], Italic Byline [c-style] 4. With all document pages highlighted in pages palette, Override All Master Page Items on document pages for e-Logic review. Pages palette > Fly out Editor’s note: This month’s Codes & Standards, following the tone set in Letters (p.7), is an in-depth rebut- tal to Keith Lane’s August-through-October series analyzing the 2005 edition of the NEC. A response from Mr. menu > Override All Master Page Items (Alt+Shift-Ctr+L). This must be Lane follows. It should be noted that Lane’s original article was run in three parts because of length. done because e-Logic reviews document pages, not master pages. I  have a number of reservations about the tech- size of the main breaker is indicated, nor  whether  5. Make revisions as required by e-Logic report. nical issues in Mr. Lane’s articles, which broke  there is a main breaker or a sequence service. Is  down changes to the NEC and suggested fused  there coordination between the 800-amp feeder  distribution may not always be necessary when  breaker and the main breaker? To achieve this, the  Save and keep all documents with live text (mockup) prior to stripping out the considering selective coordination requirements. main breaker would require a short delay trip set  text. These files are the ones that get sent to e-Logic, with complete paragraph Both  circuit  breaker  (CB)  and  fused  systems  at 12 cycles. The vast majority of transformers in  and character styles and element labels in place. provide safe and reliable overcurrent protection  commercial and industrial systems are protected  when systems are carefully engineered, installed  on the primary side by current-limiting fuses. What  and maintained. But there are significant differ- would the coordination be? It’s difficult enough  ences that must be recognized.  to coordinate CB having instantaneous trips with  4 The first problem with all three articles is they  primary current-limiting fuses. (Subhead) unnecessary risks Considering only space, fused switchboards can The same diagram shows an 800-amp CB with  take up less total space than CB switchgear, cost short delay trips protecting the automatic trans- less and require no need for rear access. fer switch (ATS). Will the ATS have an adequate    short-there is no problem in the transformer or  do not look at a complete system. The one-line  main switchgmp fault on the load side of a branch  diagram  in part two of the series, “The Skinny on  breaker may cause all three CBs to open. If power  Switchgear and the New NEC,” (CSE 9/05, p.15),  look? After the fa removed, the switches and CBs  shows a feeder breaker in the main switchgear  trical distribution systems would be increased over  (not switchboard) of 800 amps, but neither the  what is required by the NEC prior to 2005. 4 1,250-hp, 3600-rpm, 2,300-volt, WP-1 enclosure, constant-speed motor drives an aeration blower at Weyerhaeuser’s Longview Complex. Workshop 3 • Mockup to art director, CMS, e-Logic for review A Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006
  9. 9. Codes & Standards aFTER DoCumENT aPPRoval By E-loGIC CREaTE THE aCTual TEmPlaTE 3 1. In each master page, create dummy text in all frames—dummy text is the actual name of the style sheet used (text is stripped out except for style names). Head 2 2. Examples: in the head frame you would type Head; in the Byline frame type Byline, Italic Byline [c-style]; in the NotesEditor frame type NotesEditor; in the body frame type Text DropCap, Text, Subhead, etc. 2 ByLine [p-styLe], Italic Byline [c-style] (using the appropriate paragraph styles, see samples). Editor’s note: NotesEditor 3. There are some exceptions such as the name of the Section and Editor’s Note (a nested c-style), which don’t change. In these cases—when the 3 2 T   text doesn’t change—leave the live text intact. 2 ext DropCap  Text 4. Document pages must be revised to the format of the updated Master Pages. Subhead Text  5. All templates will have complete paragraph and character styles and element labels in place. PullQuote PullQuote Save and keep all documents with live text (mockup) prior to stripping out the text. These files are the ones that get sent to e-Logic, with complete paragraph and character styles and element labels in place. Remember, InDesign has unlimited undos (ctr-z) GraphicCaption Workshop 3 • Create actual template A Consulting-Specifying Engineer • MONTH, 2006

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