Friday, January 3, 2014
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Commissioning electrical systems in mission critical facilities
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Engineers should follow best practices to overcome the inherent challenges of electrical system functional performance testing.Read More

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Mitigating arc flash hazards in medium-voltage switchgear
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Engineers should be aware of design alternatives that can reduce arc flash hazards in medium-voltage systems.Read More

Smart Grid Standard 201P status check
Smart Grid Standard 201P status check

ASHRAE and NEMA have jointly sponsored Standard 201P: Facility Smart Grid Information Model. Here’s a look at where the standard is today. Read More

HVAC and Building Control Study
This study evaluates customer awareness, usage of, and preference for suppliers of various types of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) products and building automation systems (BAS). Click here.
When to use computer-based power analysis tools
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With the vast amount of power analysis design tools available today, electrical engineers can be overwhelmed when choosing the right tool to use. Learning these tools and knowing when to use them can... Read More

Data center power strategies
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Engineers should take a closer look at the different power strategies being used to distribute power, and how they impact the data center.Read More

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40 Under 40 Awards
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The 40 Under 40 program honors the 40 most talented young professionals supporting the building engineering community and recognizes their accomplishments.
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Arc Flash Safety eGuide
Learn how to integrate electric safety with design; protect using internal VFIs in liquid substation transformers, and about the potentially lethal hazards associated with arc flash events in a 400V data center. Sponsored by Eaton Click here.
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Using Pre-Construction Services to Maximize the Advantages of a Collaborative Design Process

Collaborative design is an emerging construction delivery process that applies multidisciplinary communication and collaboration to building projects from conception to completion. By incorporating elements such as pre-construction services during the design of the project, key stakeholders can streamline overall project delivery, reduce cost overruns, and strengthen key relationships early in the process to meet owners’ project requirements.

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UPS for midsize power users
UPS for midsize power users

The Liebert eXM UPS system is designed for small and medium power requirements seeking greater cost... Read More

Process cooling unit for indoor environments
Process cooling unit for indoor environments

The gPod process cooling unit provides a solution for indoor environments, where floor space is... Read More

Vertical units offer thermal, cooling efficiencies
Vertical units offer thermal,  cooling efficiencies

Allied Air Enterprises' V-Series of vertical units offer thermal efficiencies of up to 95% and... Read More

Dimmable LED ceiling light fixtures
Dimmable LED ceiling light fixtures

The dimmable LED ceiling light fixtures featuring high lumen output, low energy consumption, and... Read More

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