Consulting-Specifying Engineer most-viewed content, January 2024

Read the best content in January 2024 including: Indoor air quality, engineering salary survey findings and single-phase heat pumps.

By Chris Vavra February 2, 2024
Courtesy: IMEG Corp.

Read the best content in January 2024 including: Indoor air quality, engineering salary survey findings and single-phase heat pumps.

1. Sponsored content: Achieving indoor air quality in buildings

In this video conversation, Daikin Applied’s Zachary Everett looks at how engineers can achieve indoor air quality (IAQ) goals.

2. Dive into the details of the latest engineering salary survey

Respondents to the 2022 salary study were paid better and mostly satisfied with their jobs.

3. Ep. 11 Ronald Ross discusses single-phase heat pumps

Single-phase heat pumps have moved to the forefront of the decarbonization movement with higher efficiencies, lower operating ranges and multizone capability.

4. How light systems are evolving to be smarter

As lighting technology continues to evolve, designers and specifiers are faced with the challenge of keeping up with the changes.

5. Connected systems create a new era in advanced lighting control

Connected lighting systems can help improve user experience and optimize operational capabilities. Learn key considerations when specifying these systems.

6. Three ways to advance your plumbing system design

Innovative advancements in the plumbing industry have included high-efficiency equipment and digital systems.

7. Hydronic heating systems: How can you save by lowering the water temperature?

Lowering the temperature of heating hot water systems is a key step toward decreasing energy used to heat buildings, and toward decarbonization and electrification.

8. Building design trends in hospitals and health care facilities

Lessons from COVID-19 have made flexibility and resiliency top concerns when designing for hospitals and other health care facilities.

9. Medium voltage increases savings to power multistory data centers

Incorporating medium voltage power distribution systems into multistory data centers delivers site benefits but must be planned carefully for safe and effective installation.

10. Back to basics: Sizing low-voltage power conductors for a lift station

Electrical engineers must learn to size electrical conductors appropriately per the NEC.


Author Bio: Chris Vavra is web content manager for CFE Media and Technology.