Consulting-Specifying Engineer most-viewed content, July 2022

Read the best content in July 2022 including: NFPA 13-2022 updates, emergency generators, data center trends and more.

By Chris Vavra August 1, 2022
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Consulting-Specifying Engineer‘s top 10 online in May 2022 posted over the last three months covered NFPA 13-2022 updates, emergency generators, data center trends and more. Catch up with a link to each article below.

1. Understanding the NFPA 13-2022 updatesAn overview of the adopted changes of NFPA 13 offers insights into what changes are imminent.

2. Five reasons emergency generators fail when you need them – Here are five common reasons why generators fail.

3. Trends, changes in data center HVAC designSeveral trends are pushing the HVAC systems in data centers in different directions.

4. Trends, changes in data center control system designSeveral trends are pushing the control systems in data centers in different directions.

5. Sponsored video: Key market drivers for the power generation businessDr. Scott Strudwick with Cummins Inc. looks ahead at key market drivers, plus insights on how new technologies will change the power generation business.

6. Trends, changes in data center electrical system designSeveral trends are pushing the electrical and power systems in data centers in different directions.

7. Your questions answered: How to design an electrical room with a reduced footprintIn this Q&A, the Schneider Electric expert discusses how electrical room components can be reduced to allow for flexibility and value.

8. What to know about the 2022 edition of NFPA 72 – The 2022 edition of NFPA 72 has a number of changes. These changes can be implemented before the adoption of the code to enhance a fire alarm’s system design.

9. Your questions answered: How to design electrical distribution systemsIn the webcast “How to design electrical distribution systems,” some items were left unanswered. Tom Divine tackles several here.

10. Electrical distribution systems: Fuses versus circuit breakersHow does an electrical engineer decide between fuses and circuit breakers? The answer: It depends.


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