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Distribution Line Design (Overhead)


$195 per learner per year

Distribution Line Design (Overhead)

The eLearning format consists of 10 self paced learning sessions lasting approximately 10-20 minutes each. Each learner will need to access to a computer with a high speed internet connection. The class contains six homework problems and the ability to print a certificate of completion. Subscriptions are valid for one year.

    Benefits of e-Learning:
  • Classes are designed around the learner.
  • On-demand access means learning can happen precisely when needed.
  • Travel time and associated costs are reduced or eliminated.
  • Professional quality presentations.
  • Classes created and taught by industry experts.
  • Training can be tracked to determine each employees training status.

Topics covered in Distribution Line Design (Overhead):

Conductors and Sag Charts (Class 1 of 6)

  • Conductor Types
  • Ruling Span Calculations
  • Sag Chart Examples
  • Calculating Clearances
  • Required Clearances
  • Maximum Allowable Span Based on Conductor Sag

Tangent Pole Design I (Class 2 of 6)

  • NESC® Loading Districts and NESC® Extreme Wind
  • NESC® Strength and Overload Factors
  • Design Loads
  • Pole T op Assemblies
  • Maximum Allowable Span Based on Crossarm Strength (Vertical Span)

Tangent Pole Design II (Class 3 of 6)

  • Pole Height and Class
  • Allowable Moments
  • Calculating Heavy/Medium/Light Pole Loading
  • Calculating Extreme Wind Loading
  • Maximum Allowable Span Based on Pole Strength (Wind Span)

Guyed Pole Design I (Class 4 of 6)

  • Pole T op Assemblies
  • Crossarm Strength
  • Guy Wire Ratings
  • Basic Trigonometry for Guy Calculations
  • Guy Lead and Attachment Height

Guyed Pole Design II (Class 5 of 6)

  • Pole Buckling Calculations
  • Calculating the Minimum Guy Lead
  • Determining the Guy/Anchor/Attachment “Weak Link”
  • Soil Types and Anchor Selection

Joint Use and Make Ready (Class 6 of 6)

  • NESC® Joint Use Clearances
  • Added Loads Due to Communication Circuits
  • Make-Ready Survey of Existing Line
  • Grounding and Guying methods

For one learner, please enter a quantity of one in the "Add to Cart" box and the learner's name and email in the comments box (on the next screen).

For multiple learners, please enter the total number of learners in the "Add to Cart" box (i.e., 10, 20, 50) and we will contact you to obtain the names and email addresses of the learners.

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