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The purpose of this online course for professional engineers (PE) is to provide technical guidance for general aspects of the electrical design of projects.
This online course for professional engineers (PE) covers design criteria for electric power distribution systems including basic data, overhead and underground distribution systems, underwater cable systems, and substations having medium-voltage (601 to 35,000 V) or low-voltage (up to 600 V) secondaries.
This professional engineer (PE) online course covers the general planning requirements for an EOC, including the physical layout and construction requirements. While originally intended for military installations, this document is of use to any design professional involved with the planning and/or construction of EOCs at all government levels.
This continuing education course deals primarily with exponential growth in annual LEED certifications, the number of occupied LEED buildings now allows for meaningful research of how actual performance meets energy efficiency objectives. The course is for 2 continuing education hours.
This course offers two separate articles. See course description for details.
Engineering ethics can be defined as the set of common standards of conduct and professional dimensions shared by engineering professionals, with promoting responsible practice as one of its goals.
This professional engineer class is based on recognized reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) concepts and reliability-centered risk management and provides requirements for inspection, testing, and maintenance (ITM) of engineered fire protection features.
This course was developed through a review of the literature and of other available guidance supplemented by laboratory testing as necessary where information was lacking. It places particular emphasis on attention to details with respect to moisture retention and concrete temperature control.