DSTAR Distribution e-Handbook

Distribution engineers and technicians frequently use one or more "paper" handbooks to find vital engineering information or refer to tables in these handbooks to obtain simple calculated values. The goal of the DSTAR Data e-Handbook is to create a dynamic electronic document that consists of information commonly used by the DSTAR membership. Covering a variety of distribution engineering topics, the DSTAR e-Handbook is intended to be an authoritative source of information. The material included in the e-Handbook has been obtained from existing distribution handbooks, manufacturer information, standards documents, results from DSTAR software programs, and surveys of the DSTAR membership.

Tagged: P1-9, P9, Engineering Guidelines, Engineering Analysis Software, Economic Analysis