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Working Together In Harmony (September 1999)

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For successful application of electric motors and drives, consider three basic areas of operation: steady-state operational considerations, starting and stopping the load, and protection of the motor.
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Keep Repeating: 'They Are Capital Assets' (September 1999)

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Treating pressure vessels and equipment as an asset involves establishing a mindset that is proactive towards maintenance, upkeep, and repair (as opposed to waiting until the warning signs are flashing). In the long run, proactive, not reactive, planning saves in more ways than one.
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At Aquatic Circus, The Dehumidification System Jumps Through Hoops, Too

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The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas presented a unique problem to hvac engineers: keep humidity levels constant before, during, and after the performances of an aquatic circus in the building.The
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Country And Western Fans Keep Their Cool At Traveling Music Festival

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A temporary air conditioning system was used to keep country fans cool in the tents at the traveling George Strait Country Music Tour.When the nine-city, George Strait Country Music Tour
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The Exact Contract: Tools and Technique (December 2000)

By Edna Heatherington, CSI, CCS
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Dare the specifications be canned?
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Single-Source Solutions: Have Better Meetings (December 2000)

By BNP Media Staff
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Take these seven steps to master meeting minutes.
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Commissioning: Getting It Right: Top-Down Commissioning (December 2000)

By Rebecca Thatcher Ellis, P.E.
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While many people must buy in to make it work, commissioning remains an executive decision.
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Building Automation: AHR Expo Preview (December 2000)

By BNP Media Staff
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"State Of The Art Capabilities In Building Automation" is headed for Atlanta.
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One Person's Opinion: Balancing Act (December 2000)

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Controls get with the flow: Balance more ... for less!
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Looking To Pass, Not Fail (September 1999)

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Hydronic applications, new and old, are on the rise at university and college campuses. Here are a few examples of classic hydronic project problems, along with ways to avoid them by design.
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