Ask the experts

Every month, CSE asks a distinguished panel of experts for information about how to best solve MEP engineering problems, challenges, and issues. Long-time readers will realize that we are talking about our popular monthly M/E Roundtable, which debuted in January 2000. CSE asks a variety of questions about a topic—usually focused on a type of engineered system or design strategy—and ...

12/01/2007


Every month, CSE asks a distinguished panel of experts for information about how to best solve MEP engineering problems, challenges, and issues. Long-time readers will realize that we are talking about our popular monthly M/E Roundtable, which debuted in January 2000. CSE asks a variety of questions about a topic—usually focused on a type of engineered system or design strategy—and the experts provide detailed answers.

Now, the CSE editors are looking to bring even greater reader participation into the M/E Roundtables. By letting you—the readers—ask the questions via our Web site, questions that we will then use in the roundtables, we hope to bring a more direct connection of readers with these experts.

Readers are invited to go to www.csemag.com , and click on “Ask the Experts” in the upper right corner of the homepage. You will find a list of topics to be covered during the coming year and can enter any relevant questions that you may wish to see addressed in that discussion.





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