| ||February 23, 2011 |
| Excerpt From "The Ecological Engineer: Glumac" |
By DAVID R. MACAULAY; Ecotone Publishing; Seattle, Wash.
|Its airy, light-filled atrium is the perfect place to study geometric modeling, RF- (radio-frequency-) circuit design, and countless other technical subjects. It also is a great place to collaborate with fellow students, researchers, visiting scholars, and faculty. [MORE] |
| ASHRAE Lead Society for National Engineers Week |
|The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) is the lead society for National Engineers Week, which celebrates the contributions engineers make to society and encourages engineering as a career path among young students by promoting pre-college literacy in math and science. National Engineers Week is being celebrated Feb. 20-26. [MORE] |
| Online Tool for LEED-Professional-Credential Holders Launched |
|The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) has launched CMP Wizard, an interactive online tool to help LEED professionals understand credential-maintenance-program (CMP) requirements and explore continuing-education options. [MORE] |
| USGBC, GBCI Release Revised Agreements for LEED Online |
|The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) have announced the release of revised agreements that are available on LEED Online. The agreements were revised to provide an enhanced level of legal guidance for organizations that pursue LEED certification. [MORE] |
| AHRI Releases December Heating- and Cooling-Equipment Shipment Data |
|According to the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), shipments of commercial gas storage water heaters increased 8 percent in December 2010 to 6,798 units, up from 6,279 units shipped in December 2009. Shipments of commercial electric storage water heaters increased 15 percent in December 2010 to 4,659 units, up from 4,053 units shipped in December 2009. [MORE] |
| Fire Protection Engineering to Host Free Webinar |
|Applying reliable smoke-detection systems in industrial applications has been a challenge because of varying environmental conditions. As the number of fire-detection products increases, the question of choice emerges. Selecting the most appropriate form of fire detection for the application and environment is the first step in reducing fire risk. With a host of detectors available and many claiming to be suitable for harsh and difficult environments, how can a consumer know which claims are true? Fire Protection Engineering will be hosting a Webinar, "Evolution of Fire Detection in Industrial Applications: A New Benchmark," on March 9 at 2 p.m. ET. The free Webinar will discuss the challenges of smoke detection in industrial applications and the evolution of air-sampling smoke detection as a technology for reliable early warning in harsh and dirty environments. Attendees can earn 0.1 continuing-education unit for participating in the entire Webinar. [MORE] |
| NEW! Hand-held Humidity and Temperature Meter HM40 |
This compact, robust and affordable portable meter is an ideal spot-checking tool that is easy to use and provides a reliable, repeatable measurement. It can be used for various portable measurement applications. The large graphical display, interchangeable probe and multilingual interface is well suited for all measurement applications. In addition to RH and temperature, the HM40 provides 5 calculated humidity parameters. Click here for more information.
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