Consulting-Specifying Engineer most-viewed content, October 2022

Read the best content in October 2022 including: generators, electrical power systems, arc flash and more.

By Tyler Wall November 1, 2022
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles

Consulting-Specifying Engineer‘s top 10 online in October 2022 posted over the last three months covered generators, electrical power systems, arc flash and more. Catch up with a link to each article below.

1. Five more reasons generators fail when you need them the most – Here are five additional reasons why generators fail.

2. Safety in the design, maintenance of electrical power systemsSafety is the key component of all electrical power systems and must be included in the design — and maintained through the electrical system’s life.

3. Regulating HVAC with VRF systems – Variable refrigerant flow systems have a lot to offer as an alternative HVAC system.

5. Driving future change: California Air Resources Board’s Southern California Headquarters raises the bar for all-electric building designThe all-electric facility advances revolutionary efforts to improve air quality through reduced vehicle emissions.

6. Air distribution’s importance in data processing environments – Data center design requires a lot of thought and planning when it comes to air distribution. Following ASHRAE guidelines and standards can provide a roadmap for users.

7. Top 5 things to know about EV charging infrastructureAs the demand for electronic vehicles (EVs) continues to grow, here are five important things to know about EV charging infrastructure.

8. Five ways to prepare for an audit of a BASUnderstand the process of auditing an existing BAS.

9. The basics of transformers, UPS and switchgear – On continual basis, it is imperative for engineers to learn about vital electrical equipment like transformers, switchgear and UPS systems when performing design, installation or maintenance activities.

10. Case study: Cost comparison of power feeder installationsExperienced designers and contractors will choose power distribution feeders to meet the specific needs of a project.

Author Bio: Tyler Wall is an associate editor for CFE Media and Technology