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IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond, Reference Model and Roadmap (Bundle)
The scope of these documents are focused on computing technologies and the role they will play in the future electric grid. This bundle consists of: IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond, IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap, and IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond Reference Model.
Nuclear EQ Sourcebook: A Compilation of Documents for Nuclear Equipment Qualification and Supplement
This relaunch of the 1992 Version (Special Publication) is one of the most valuable tools for nuclear design engineers. This set contains the most complete information on nuclear equipment qualification, including NRC bulletins and notices, federal rules and IEEE EQ standards and recommended practices.
IEEE Hydroelectric Power Standards Collections Vuspec™
This value-packed VuSpec CD-ROM represents the most complete resource available for professional engineers looking for best practices and techniques in the hydroelectric field. It includes 25 active and inactive standards, guides and recommended practices hydro generating station systems and equipment.
Now Available via the GET Program at No Cost
Learn more about IEEE Get Program where through the IEEE-SA, industry, and government support, select IEEE standards are available for download at no charge.
Ways Technology Can Help Solve Humanitarian Issues
Humanitarian work never ends. The United Nations this year is seeking US $20 billion for humanitarian projects-five times the amount it requested a decade ago. The projects include helping people rise out of poverty and providing aid for those affected by war.
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