HPAC Engineering Supplements

BOILER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Dedicated to the design, operation and maintenance of energy-efficient non-residential boilers and boiler systems

Boiler Systems Engineering is a special section in the January and June issues of HPAC ENGINEERING dedicated exclusively to the design, installation, operation, maintenance and commissioning of steam- and hot-water systems for commercial, industrial, institutional and government buildings.

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NETWORKED CONTROLS

Networked Controls is the preeminent educational resource for achieving integrated, interoperable building automation systems and equipment controls. Its detailed, comprehensive, and user-friendly information is the product of knowledgeable engineers, manufacturers, and service providers who are passionate about controls and BAS. Now in its fifth year of publication, Networked Controls is a team-spirited effort to educate and stimulate the engineering community to evolve their careers and their buildings toward modern BAS technologies. One of HPAC Engineering's most successful and effective supplements Networked Controls is the only stand-alone publication for BAS, a $1 billion-plus industry in 2001.

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FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERING

Fire Protection Engineering magazine and FPEmag.com are the communication vehicles used specifically by the Society of Fire Protection Engineers to advance the practice of fire protection engineering and to raise its visibility by providing information to fire protection engineers and allied professionals.

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Engineering Study: The Future of Chilled Water Plants and Waterside Economizers

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The Latest in Thermal Controls Innovations and What Lies Ahead

Optimizing thermal efficiency across the enterprise data center using automated control routines and new ways to monitor and manage remote IT spaces as the demand for edge computing cooling capacity increases....More

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