Video: Using simulation technologies to craft material handling in a facility
At IPS, Stephen Lane is tasked with working directly with clients and internally with the team to develop simulation models to support sites worldwide
The basics of transformers, UPS and switchgear
On continual basis, it is imperative for engineers to learn about vital electrical equipment like transformers, switchgear and UPS systems when performing design, installation or maintenance activities
Using Lean manufacturing at a modular facility
It takes innovation and collaboration to accelerate the design and construction process to bring manufacturing facilities online to produce lifesaving vaccines as quickly as possible.
IT/OT convergence and Industry 4.0’s role in pharmaceutical manufacturing
To understand the modern life sciences manufacturing process, one must understand how the industry and IT/OT convergence has transformed.
How to mitigate reverse flow
Reverse flow in piping systems manifest into the form of sporadic pipeline vibrations, media contamination or physical damage
How do lighting designers spend their time?
The short answer: most time is spent researching lighting and lighting controls systems
Using fire pump speed as a design consideration
Pump speed has always been a critical factor in assessing fire protection system performance and can now be used as much more of a design consideration
3D-printing robot can make construction more sustainable
Cornell researchers have developed an industrial robot capable of 3D printing large-scale structures that could make the construction industry more efficient and sustainable.
Why specify variable-speed compression in commercial refrigeration?
Maximize energy efficiency, setpoint precision and equipment reliability with variable frequency drives and compressors
Sustainable water piloting potable reuse
Some are implementing resilient approaches to expand sources of potable water supply and meet growing demand through the implementation of recycled water as a source of water.