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Arno R.,Exelis | Dowling N.,MTechnology | Fairfax S.,MTechnology | Schuerger R.J.,HP Critical Facilities Services | And 2 more authors.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications | Year: 2015

Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) is a proven technology to optimize the maintenance processes and another logical step in improving the overall performance and reliability of the critical facility while reducing the total cost of ownership. This paper will introduce RCM and use an automatic transfer switch and a standby generator to back up utility power as the example system to demonstrate the RCM process. © 1972-2012 IEEE. Source


Neitzel D.K.,AVO Training Institute Inc. | Cook C.J.,SandC Electrical Company | Simon M.E.,Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District | Schuerger R.J.,HP Critical Facilities Services | Widup R.,Shermco Industries
Conference Record of the 2011 IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop, ESW 2011 | Year: 2011

IEEE Std. 902, Guide for Maintenance, Operation, and Safety of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems, also known as the IEEE Yellow Book, has been an excellent resource for engineering, management, safety professionals, and maintenance personnel since it was published in 1998. This presentation will provide an overview of how this IEEE standard has been revised for those who are responsible for the operation, management, maintenance, and safety of industrial and commercial electrical power systems. The entire IEEE Color Book series is in the process of being revised and reorganized into numerous "dot" standards, under the 3000 series of standards, with the Yellow Book being divided into three such "dot" standards. The new "dot" standards for operations and management, maintenance, and safety are: • 3007.1, Recommended Practice for the Operation and Management of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems • 3007.2, Recommended Practice for the Maintenance of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems • 3007.3, Recommended Practice for Electrical Safety in Industrial and Commercial Power Systems This paper and presentation will provide an overview of the IEEE Color Book Reorganization effort, as well as some specific information on IEEE 3007.1, 3007.2, and 3007.3. © 2011 IEEE. Source


Neitzel D.K.,AVO Training Institute Inc. | Simon M.E.,Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District | Widup R.,Shermco Industries | Schuerger R.J.,HP Critical Facilities Services
Conference Record - Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Technical Conference | Year: 2014

IEEE Std. 902-1998, Guide for Maintenance, Operation, and Safety of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems, also known as the IEEE Yellow Book, has been an excellent resource for management, safety professionals, and maintenance personnel since it was published in 1998. IEEE Std. 3007.1-2010 Recommended Practice for the Operation and Management of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems provides a recommended practice for the operation and management of industrial and commercial power systems. IEEE Std. 3007.2-2010 Recommended Practice for the Maintenance of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems provides a recommended practice for the maintenance of industrial and commercial power systems. IEEE Std. 3007.3-2012 Recommended Practice for Electrical Safety of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems provides a recommended practice for electrical safety of industrial and commercial power systems. This reorganization of IEEE Std. 902-1998 into individual technical "dot" standards makes it more user friendly for those involved in industrial and commercial electrical power systems, and it is especially helpful for new engineers who may not yet have the field experiences within the electrical power field of study. © 2014 IEEE. Source


Lui Y.Y.,HP Critical Facilities Services
ASHRAE Transactions | Year: 2010

Applying airside and waterside economizer to data center projects requires additional consideration to fulfill the unique design criteria that is not common to other commercial building types. Waterside economizer design considerations include proper equipment sizing, cooling tower freeze protection, pump design for parallel and series configuration, and control strategies for system stability. Airside economizer design considerations include humidification, particulate contamination, gaseous contamination, fire prevention, smoke detection, supply and return air balancing. ©2010 ASHRAE. Source


Neitzel D.K.,AVO Training Institute Inc. | Simon M.E.,Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District | Widup R.,Shermco Industries | Schuerger R.J.,HP Critical Facilities Services
IEEE Industry Applications Magazine | Year: 2015

This article provides an overview of the IEEE standards that address the operations, management, maintenance, and safety of industrial and commercial power systems. Similar papers were presented at the IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS) Electrical Safety Workshop in 2011 and the IEEE IAS Pulp and Paper Industry Conference (PPIC) in 2012. The IEEE 3007 series is part of the overall reorganization of the IEEE Color Book series. This series is derived from IEEE Standard 902-1998, [2] Guide for Maintenance, Operation, and Safety of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems, also known as the Yellow Book, and includes updated material and information. The IEEE 3007 series is divided into three individual dot standards: © 2015 IEEE. Source

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