Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer articles: April 8-14, 2022
Read the best articles from the past week. Electrical power quality, K-12 school changes, hospital electrical trends, health care air handling systems and prefabrication's future.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer‘s top 5 articles online over the past week covered electrical power quality, K-12 school changes, hospital electrical trends, health care air handling systems and prefabrication’s future. Were you out last week? Catch up with a link to each article below.
1. Electrical power quality and system harmonics: Practical options exist – Harmonic distortion resolution of variable frequency drive motor applications will provide the most beneficial actions for IEEE 519 compliance.
2. Technology drives K-12 school changes: Electrical, power and lighting – Updates, COVID and tech trends are shifting the way electrical and power systems in K-12 schools are designed.
3. Video: Hospital electrical system trends – Danna Jensen from Certus Consulting Engineers talks about how global issues affect the design of hospital electrical systems.
4. Diagnosing health care air handling systems – Designing air handling systems, especially for health care facilities, can be quite challenging given myriad constraints and choices for both the air handling units and their companion distribution networks.
5. What is the future of prefabrication in the U.S. construction industry? – Prefabrication offers many advantages, and its adoption hinges on support from players across the building and design industry.