Thursday, March 24, 2016
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Designing with NFPA 101-2015
Designing with NFPA 101-2015

NFPA 101: Life Safety Code dictates a great deal for all building types, including egress, features of fire protection, sprinkler systems, alarms, emergency lighting, smoke barriers, and special hazard protection.Read More

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Motors, drives, and HVAC efficiency
Motors, drives, and HVAC efficiency

Engineers must understand how the components in the HVAC systems they design use power and how they can be optimized without compromising traditional design values. Motors and drives are shown in... Read More

Lighting system design
Lighting system design

Lighting designers must consider eight key factors when specifying lighting systems for nonresidential buildings. In addition to considering the type of lighting fixture (LED, fluorescent, etc.),... Read More

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Heatspring: Electrical Design for Motors
Learn all of the skills necessary to design branch circuits for motors. This course will cover single and three phase induction motors, elevator motors, fire pumps, and refrigeration motors. Click here to register.
Defining NFPA 37
Defining NFPA 37

NFPA 37 outlines the minimum fire safety requirements for the installation and operation of permanently installed engines including stationary, engine-driven equipment. Read More

Updates to ASHRAE 90.1
Updates to ASHRAE 90.1

An update of ASHRAE Standard 90.1 looks at building envelope, HVAC, plumbing, lighting, and elevators and escalators. The bulk of the article will focus on the 2013 edition, with a look at 2016... Read More

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MEP Giants
Is your firm one of the 2016 MEP Giants? The MEP Giants program lists the top 100 mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), and fire protection engineering firms in the United States.
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Consulting-Specifying Engineer Digital Edition
Did you know a digital version of the magazine is released every month? It is easily viewed from your desktop or tablet device. The January/February issue of Consulting-Specifying Engineer includes stories on pump technology design and Class A office buildings.
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Fire/life safety: Detection, notification, and suppression
Both active and passive fire protection systems are specified to ensure the safety and well-being of building occupants in case of a fire. As in most industries, the safety of people comes first and property protection is secondary. Protecting the occupants of the building from the effects of fire is the primary objective in the majority of cases; engineers should be aware of the contents and intent of the building when specifying fire detection, notification, and suppression systems.

Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Tees for joining black iron pipe
Tees for joining black iron pipe

Reducing tee configurations for the MegaPress and MegaPressG system for joining schedule 5 to... Read More

Ladder cable tray system
Ladder cable tray system

Ladder cable tray system is designed for use in the power, automotive, transportation, data, heavy... Read More

Exact-fit packaged heat pump
Exact-fit packaged heat pump

Exact-fit packaged heat pump is an addition to the Champion Direct Replacement rooftop solution... Read More

Motor control center
Motor control center

FlashGard motor control center is an arc-resistant version and is designed to prevent an arc flash... Read More

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