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Commissioning electrical and power systems
Commissioning electrical and power systems

Essential/standby power equipment and system components are some of the most critical electrical systems to be commissioned in nonresidential buildings.Read More

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Exploring dc power distribution alternatives
Exploring dc power distribution alternatives

Engineers should know when and where the use of dc power distribution is appropriate, and when it is not. In applications where redundancy, immediate transfer capability, high availability, and... Read More

How to engineer manufacturing, industrial buildings
How to engineer manufacturing, industrial buildings

Manufacturing and industrial facilities can be particularly complex projects, involving large facilities containing behemoth machinery, hazardous chemicals, and a range of other concerns. Read More

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Using eco mode in UPS systems
Using eco mode in UPS systems

Saving energy is the ultimate goal when implementing UPS eco mode.Read More

The history and mystery of the Neher-McGrath formula
The history and mystery of the Neher-McGrath formula

In its abbreviated form, the Neher-McGrath formula appears straightforward. For electrical engineers, it must be carefully reviewed and used.Read More

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