Consulting-Specifying Engineer most-viewed articles, May 2021
Read the best articles in May 2021 including: NFPA 101, electrical system software, NFPA 72-2022, effective COVID-19 mitigation, NFPA 72-2022 and more.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer‘s top 10 articles online in May 2021 posted over the last three months covered NFPA 101, electrical system software, NFPA 72-2022, effective COVID-19 mitigation, NFPA 72-2022 and how HVAC and BAS have changed. Catch up with a link to each article below.
1. 2021 40 Under 40 award winners announced – The 2021 40 Under 40 award winners are models of achievement.
2. Picking software to model electrical systems – As electrical power and lighting systems become more complex, modeling for safe and reliable electrical operations becomes increasingly important.
3. What to look for in NFPA 72-2022 – This article is a look at some of the significant changes that may be included in the 2022 edition of NFPA 72.
4. Your questions answered: Power for emergency fire/life safety systems – Questions not answered during the live webcast are answered here; learn more about emergency, standby and backup power for fire and life safety systems.
5. How HVAC, BAS have changed during COVID-19 – In this proprietary research study, respondents provided information on a variety of HVAC and BAS topics, plus details about how COVID-19 has affected their work.
6. Five applications of computation fluid dynamics motion in three dimensions – Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) can be used retrofitting, estimating hydraulic losses, optimizing flow distribution and more.
7. The obstacles and opportunities of mass timber construction in the United States – The opportunity to reduce carbon emissions within the building sector is great news for design professionals who specialize in mass timber construction, but it comes with challenges.
8. Developing a SCADA master plan framework – The best application of the supervisory control and data acquisition system’s components ensure the continuity of a water and wastewater plant’s operational success.
9. Effective COVID-19 mitigation for HVAC systems – There are many technologies available for HVAC systems to combat the spread of COVID-19, but not all systems apply to all building types.
10. How remote working helps people share knowledge, experiences – Working remotely is forcing people to collaborate and coming up with more innovation solutions in new ways, which can inspire and build confidence in a team.