Electrical and Power
Engineers should know the design concepts for selecting and sizing transformers, uninterruptible power supplies and switchgear to help achieve energy efficiency in various facilities
When designing a medium-voltage electrical distribution system, the end user’s safety, system reliability and equipment maintainability are key components for the designer to consider.
Industrial power distribution must adapt to new circumstances, and track busways combine performance, functionality and flexibility along with adherence to key industry standards
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College and university buildings are becoming more reliant on technology as a way of teaching and learning, creating new design challenges for engineers.
Electrical engineers must understand the specific owner project requirements for the building’s power systems and ensure that the generator specification and system topologies meet all those requirements for cost, construction schedule, component performance and system maintainability.
This week's top articles include MEP Giants awards, electrical safety and BACnet control points
Randall Ehret and John Yoon answer additional questions from the webcast viewers on electrical and circuit protection.
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John Yoon provides an overview of electrical and circuit protection and the different standards and best practices engineers need to know.