Critical Power: Gensets—Designing Reliable and Flexible Emergency and Standby Power System

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Thursday, May 17, 2012, at 2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. CT/11 a.m. PT
0.10 AIA CEU or 1.0 PDH available for attendees

There are notable differences between emergency and standby generators within the National Electrical Code. These differences affect how engineers design the systems in which each type of genset is applied. Engineers must understand these differences, and understand the requirements, considerations, and specifications when designing generator power systems for many types of mission-critical facilities.

Topics include:
• Genset classifications
• Genset sizing
• Distribution requirements
• Fuel requirements.

Brian Rener, PE, LEED AP, manager, electrical platform leader and manager of quality assurance, M+W Group, Chicago

James Ferris, PE, associate and electrical project engineer, TLC Engineering for Architecture, Orlando, Fla.

Jack Smith, Consulting-Specifying Engineer and CFE Media

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