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Maintaining Mission Critical Systems in a 24/7 Environment

Curtis, Peter M.

IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering

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3. Auflage März 2021
656 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-50611-9
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The new edition of the leading single-volume resource on designing, operating, and managing mission critical infrastructure

Maintaining Mission Critical Systems in a 24/7 Environment provides in-depth coverage of operating, managing, and maintaining power quality and emergency power systems in mission critical facilities. This extensively revised third edition provides invaluable insight into the mission critical environment, helping professionals and students alike understand how to sustain continuous functionality, minimize the occurrence of costly unexpected downtime, and guard against power disturbances that can damage any organization's daily operations.

Bridging engineering, operations, technology, and training, this comprehensive volume covers each component of specialized systems used in mission critical infrastructures worldwide. Throughout the text, readers are provided the up-to-date information necessary to design and analyze mission critical systems, reduce risk, comply with current policies and regulations, and maintain an appropriate level of reliability based on a facility's risk tolerance. Topics include safety, fire protection, energy security, and the myriad challenges and issues facing industry engineers today. Emphasizing business resiliency, data center efficiency, cyber security, and green power technology, this important volume:
* Features new and updated content throughout, including new chapters on energy security and on integrating cleaner and more efficient energy into mission critical applications
* Defines power quality terminology and explains the causes and effects of power disturbances
* Provides in-depth explanations of each component of mission critical systems, including standby generators, raised access floors, automatic transfer switches, uninterruptible power supplies, and data center cooling and fuel systems
* Contains in-depth discussion of the evolution and future of the mission critical facilities industry
* Includes PowerPoint presentations with voiceovers and a digital/video library of information relevant to the mission critical industry

Maintaining Mission Critical Systems in a 24/7 Environment is a must-read reference and training guide for architects, property managers, building engineers, IT professionals, data center personnel, electrical & mechanical technicians, students, and others involved with all types of mission critical equipment.

About the Author

Foreword 1

Foreword 2

Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1 An Overview of Reliability and Resiliency in Today's Mission Critical Environment

Chapter 2 Energy and Cyber Security and its Effect on Business Resiliency

Chapter 3 Mission Critical Engineering with an Overview of Green Technologies

Chapter 4 Mission Critical Electrical System Maintenance & Safety

Chapter 5 Standby Generators: Operations and Maintenance

Chapter 6 Fuel Systems Design and Maintenance

Chapter 7 Power Transfer Switch Technology, Applications, and Maintenance

Chapter 8 The Static Transfer Switch

Chapter 9 The Fundamentals of Power Quality

Chapter 10 UPS Systems: Applications and Maintenance with an Overview of Green Technologies

Chapter 11 Data Center Cooling Systems

Chapter 12 Data Center Cooling Efficiency, Concepts, & Technologies

Chapter 13 Raised Access Floors

Chapter 14 Fire Protection in Mission Critical Infrastructures

Chapter 15 Managing Through Pandemics

Appendix A Policies and Regulations

Appendix B Consolidated List of Key Questions

Appendix C Airflow Management (A System Approach)

Glossary

Bibliography

Index
Peter M. Curtis is the Founder of PMC Group One, LLC. He is a graduate of the New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Technology degree in Electro-Mechanical Computer Technology and a Master of Science degree in Energy Management. Mr. Curtis has decades of experience working in the Mission Critical Facilities Engineering industry in the areas of banking and finance, defense, electric and water utilities, energy management, and education. He has in-depth expertise in computer-integrated systems, online interface, and facilities operations-maintenance management.