Integrated design of electrical rooms

Electrical engineers should coordinate with mechanical engineers, architects, structural engineers, and others involved in the design of electrical rooms.

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Advancing PUE with smarter data center power

By integrating more monitoring and digital control capabilities, data center managers can squeeze even greater performance and efficiency from existing data center power equipment.

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Modular electrical systems get standardized

Modular electrical systems can achieve product variety through combinations of standardized components.

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Transients in mission critical facilities

Each of the three transient conditions in an MCF has a different cause, different result, and different method of mitigation.

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Preparing for air quality initiatives

Changing air quality regulations are affecting everyone from large industrial and power plants to small manufacturers, universities, and colleges. Uncertainty has always been a component of air quality regulations, but the number of changes underway and the magnitude of these changes is overwhelming.

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Fuel flow equals data flow

Designing a standby power system for a data-intensive application requires not only the right generator for the load requirements but also the most reliable fuel available.

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Mechanical and electrical engineering: Things that keep me up at night

There are several emerging mechanical and electrical engineering technical trends that are worrisome to this author.

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Selective coordination of breakers in hospitals

To ensure emergency power systems work when called upon, selective coordination studies must be implemented.

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