Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, November 14-20: fan-efficiency rules, evaluating condensation and condensate, salaries of engineers, more
Articles about fan-efficiency rules, evaluating condensation and condensate, engineer's salaries, 2016 Comissioning Giants, and driving motor efficiency were Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, November 14-20. Were you out last week? You can catch up here.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer's Top 5 most read articles online, for November 14-20, covered fan-efficiency rules, evaluating condensation and condensate, engineer's salaries, 2016 Comissioning Giants, and driving motor efficiency. Link to each article below.
Fan efficiency is critical in HVAC and process air systems. The new proposed Department of Energy standard will drive changes in how engineers design air systems to minimize fan energy.
Learn methods to capture, control, dispose, and derive the condensation requirements within HVAC systems.
Consulting engineers share information about compensation, accreditation, age, retirement goals, and business development via a national salary survey.
Building commissioning providers are closely tracking the business, market, and technical trends that are influencing-and, in some cases, reshaping-their profession. At the top of the list are priorities that affect practical business decisions, both near-term and in the future.
Motor-driven equipment accounts for a large percentage of the electricity consumed in the industrial building sector of the U.S. However, that number is decreasing as motors and drives become more efficient.
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