476-An Overview of Electrical System Components for Mission Critical Facilities: Part 1
By: Hiren Shah, P.E.
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A high level review of electrical systems as they relate to Mission critical facilities, and to learn about good engineering practices for electrical systems of mission critical facilities and how they affect performance.
This is a Spotlight Course of the Week (Expires: 03/31/23)
This course is developed to provide a course on the function of Electrical System components for Mission Critical facilities. This course along with part-1 and part-2 covers from Utility service to the rack level electrical distribution standard practice for mission critical facilities. This course is also “introductory” in nature in that it will cover basic functions of different electrical systems. This course may be considered a good refresher course for those who work in the mechanical/electrical engineering field and already have a familiarity with Mission critical facilities systems.
This course is intended to be useful to individuals at all levels of experience as well as a topic of interest to the full variety of those of an engineering (civil, mechanical, electrical, etc.), architectural, and/or facilities management background. As a result, some basics will be touched upon that may seem rudimentary to some, but for others will be useful to hear for the first time or as a refresher. Regardless, it should be valuable to establish this information and have it in one place for the reader’s reference.
The reader of this course should be able to use the tools gained to have an even greater understand of Electrical system applications for Mission Critical facilities.
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