Tuesday, March 4, 2014
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Don't blow your money on a steam trap
Don't blow your money on a steam trap

Steam and condensate leaks cost buildings and industrial plants millions of dollars in lost energy, while increasing emissions from boilers due to increased operation, creating potential safety hazards, and lowering the reliability of operations. This article will review the many factors that impact the reliability,...Read More

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Smoke control systems
Smoke control systems

A smoke control system should be chosen by a fire protection engineer with enough knowledge to tailor the system to the characteristics of the building and its occupants.Read More

Female engineers should get creative
Female engineers should get creative

An enhanced focus on creativity in engineering along with a reduced emphasis on classical tool collection may encourage women students to remain in the profession.Read More

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Codes for boiler control systems and pressure vessels
Codes for boiler control systems and pressure vessels

The end user is ultimately responsible to use the correct code for pressure sensors and transmitters for boiler controls and pressurized vessels.Read More

Lodging, office buildings lead commercial building sector
Lodging, office buildings lead commercial building sector

Reed Construction Data’s U.S. chief economist Bernard Markstein answers one-on-one questions about the commercial building construction forecast.Read More

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Vote for the 2014 Product of the Year Finalists
Vote for the 2014 Product of the Year Finalists

Who will win gold in 2014? Consulting-Specifying Engineer announces the finalists for this year’s... Read More

Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2014 Product of the Year finalists: Apps for engineers
Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2014 Product of the Year finalists: Apps for engineers

Read about the four finalists in the Apps for Engineers category for the Consulting-Specifying... Read More

Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2014 Product of the Year finalists: Electrical distribution, systems
Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2014 Product of the Year finalists: Electrical distribution, systems

Read about the 25 finalists in the Electrical Distribution and Systems category for the... Read More

Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2014 Product of the Year finalists: Emergency, on-site, standby power
Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2014 Product of the Year finalists: Emergency, on-site, standby power

Read about the 4 finalists in the Emergency, On-site, Standby Power category for the... Read More

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