Learn how to specify electrical, power and lighting systems for government and military buildings
Ram Kaushik from Schneider Electric replied to questions from “Power event analysis in mission critical facilities,” originally broadcast on July 23, 2020.
Brian Brickhouse, President, Americas, Electrical Sector, Eaton, discusses how they are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
How engineers should navigate the changes to the 2018 edition of NFPA 99
Warehouse, manufacturing and logistics buildings are more than simple boxy structures used to make products and store them before they move onto their next destination. Electrical, power and lighting systems add another layer of complexity
Learn about the choices and criteria for the planning and design of mission critical facility switchgear, transformers and UPS
Understand the causes, code requirements for compliance and mitigation techniques for harmonics in these additional responses
As electrical power systems grow more complex, electrical distribution system modeling and analyses for safe and reliable operations becomes vital
Your questions answered: How to specify backup, standby and emergency power in mission critical facilities
Additional information from the Feb. 27, 2020, webcast was provided by the presenters
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