Thursday, August 15, 2013
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IAQ in health care settings
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Engineers should use evidence-based design when engineering air systems in hospitals and health care facilities to ensure top-notch indoor air quality (IAQ). Read More

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Integration: Net-zero energy design
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ASHRAE has a goal: net-zero energy for all new buildings by 2030. What do engineers need to know to achieve this goal on their projects?Read More

The basics of emergency illumination
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Engineers should get involved early in the selection of the optimal power system for emergency lighting systems.Read More

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Generators and transfer switches for mission critical facilities
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Transfer switches and generators are specified into commercial buildings—specifically health care facilities—to provide optional standby, emergency, and legally required power.Read More

ASHRAE 62.1: A review of key requirements and concepts
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ASHRAE Standard 62.1: Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality is the most commonly referenced standard to quantify acceptable conditions and appropriate HVAC system design.Read More

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Video: Energy efficiency in a brewery
Revolution Brewing has upgraded its Chicago facility to include several energy-efficient systems, including highly efficient lighting and heat recovery.
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Fire and Life Safety: Notification and emergency communication systems
Every facility has inherent and unique risks, which introduce emergency communication design challenges. Understanding emergency communication system design, installation, and maintenance criteria requires engineers to be familiar with the applicable codes and standards, primarily NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code.

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