Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer articles, May 12-18
Conducting an arc flash study to identify hazards and proper PPE and tools is critical in reducing the risk of arc flash incidents.
Although devices using power electronics can produce distortion in electrical distribution systems, it’s up to the engineer to apply effective solutions to mitigate them.
Here’s a review of initial energy modeling performed during a project from the interview phase to development of final models used for documenting compliance to energy codes or for LEED certification, through a client’s survey one year after occupancy. Here’s what works, what doesn’t, and what value can be achieved from each step in the process
In the Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s May 8 webcast, Tom Divine, PE, Smith Seckman Reid Inc., and Kenneth Kutsmeda, PE, LEED, AP, Jacobs Engineering, discussed how consulting engineers who specify emergency power equipment for mission critical facilities will be impacted by new code requirements.
Data centers, hospitals, and other applications can benefit from the reliability, scalability, low cost of ownership, and other advantages kinetic energy storage systems offer.
The list was developed using CFE Media’s web analytics for stories viewed on csemeag.com, May 12-18, for articles published within the last two months.
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