“Well, since the AHU is on its last leg, maybe we should spend the money there instead.”
“Don’t forget, we need to keep the ACH the same,” piped in the Environmental Health and Safety guy.
I watched as the subject matter experts (SME) served mechanical engineering acronyms back and forth like a tennis ball at the French Open. At some point, they all looked at me and I smiled knowingly and nodded but I really had no idea what they were talking about.
Since last fall, when this conversation occured, I’ve learned the mechanical engineering (ME) language just enough to carry on short conversations, but I still can’t speak it fluently. In this blog post, I’ll share my ME terms cheat sheet with you. Please note, after the definition of each term I’ve included a link to Wikipedia for more in-depth reading. Continue reading