Electrical

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Electrical March 7, 2022

Top 5 Plant Engineering articles Feb. 28- March 6, 2022

Articles about why short circuit current matters, no two greases are the same, what’s in store for Industry 4.0, and more were Plant Engineering’s five most clicked articles from Feb. 28- March 6, 2022. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Keagan Gay
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Electrical February 28, 2022

Top 5 Plant Engineering articles Feb. 21-27, 2022

Articles about why short circuit current matters, no two greases are the same, what’s in store for Industry 4.0, and more were Plant Engineering’s five most clicked articles from Feb. 21-27, 2022. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Keagan Gay
Switchgear November 2, 2018

Controller – 1970-01-01

The 1ZC DIN rail-type temperature/process controller is designed for precise control of a single control loop with two independent outputs configurable as direct-acting, reverse-acting or alarm. A bidirectional RS-485 serial communications interface is standard and discrete LED displays illuminate whenever associated outputs are active and provide system status.

By Staff
The three primary constituents of the battery are aluminum (left), sulfur (center), and rock salt crystals (right). All are domestically available Earth-abundant materials not requiring a global supply chain. Courtesy: MIT
Power Systems September 8, 2022

Concept for low-cost battery developed

Made from inexpensive, abundant materials, an aluminum-sulfur battery could provide low-cost backup storage for renewable energy sources.

By David L. Chandler
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Arc Flash June 3, 2021

Five key steps of an electrical safety program: Questions and Answers

More answers from the May 27 webcast as it relates to electrical safety programs and what they mean for manufacturers.

By H. Landis “Lanny” Floyd, PE, CSP, CESCP
Power Quality April 29, 2022

Lithium’s narrow paths limit batteries

Rice University study suggests stress among misaligned particles in typical cathodes limits flow.

By Mike Williams