When designing generator systems,
consulting engineers must ensure that the generators and the
building electrical systems that they support are appropriate for
the specific application. Whether providing standby power for health
care facilities or prime power for rural processing plants,
engineers must make decisions regarding generator sizing, load
types, whether generators should be paralleled, fuel storage,
switching scenarios, and many other criteria. In addition to being
up to speed on the applicable codes, consulting engineers must work
with the authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ) to ensure approval
for the generator system is attained.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer, Pure Power, and CFE
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