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ASHRAE 62.1 Ventilation Procedure

Single-Path,Multiple-Zone,System Design

You Hve To Prove It

Today’s computers operate at tremendously high speeds, which makes it ever more possible to perform complex calculations for estimating a build- ing’s performance. Increased demand and availability of these powerful tools have stemmed from the need t

Hospital OR Air Distribution

Since the publication of my October ASHRAE Journal column “You Have to Prove It,” people have asked me several questions about operating room air distribution, including air distribution performance of “laminar” systems versus air curtain designs, v

VAV Coils/Fan Coil Devices

Since the publication of my October ASHRAE Journal column “You Have to Prove It,” people have asked me several questions about operating room air distribution, including air distribution performance of “laminar” systems versus air curtain designs, v

Conditioning Challenges: Lobbies & Atriums

Conditioning spaces with large vertical walls is a challenge for design engineers, especially when it has to be coordinated with an architect’s aesthetic concept. As is often the case in lobbies or atriums, these areas are composed of glass and can

High Performance Air Distribution

ASHRAE recently established several multidisciplinary task groups (MTG) and challenged them to integrate ideas from across a number of technical committees (TC) and other interest groups. Members of the MTGs represent their correspond- ing committees

Compliance to Standard 55

I have been involved with ASHRAE’s thermal comfort standard (Standard 55) since 1975. At that time, I was in dispute with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) over the minimum air speeds in ofice spaces. The GSA, in their “Peach Book” requ

The Deal About Duct Lining

The ASHRAE MTG-EAS (Energy Eficient Air Distribution Systems Committee) in their circulated draft (see my March column, “High Performance Air Distribution Systems” March 2014) questioned the inclusion of lined duct sound attenuation in room noise ca

Variable Volume DOAS Fan-Powered Terminal Unit

ASHRAE, LEED, and local codes advocate, if not require, that energy use in build- ings be reduced. Of course, before there can be any marked reductions, there must irst be a point of reference by which to run a comparison. As outlined in ASHRAE/ IES S

Chilled Beam Selection

Chilled beams have been prevalent in Europe for many years, and have become one of the latest HVAC products to be adopted by engineers in the U.S. In fact, millions of square feet (square meters) are heated and cooled with these devices every day. Sim

Don’t Turn Active Beams Into Expensive Diffusers

The term “active chilled beam” became an oxymoron, with active beams being used for cooling and heating. Now, they are called “active beams” or simply “beams.” Beams are gaining popularity in North America and are being designed with higher airlows to mat

Newsletter

December 2013 Newsletter

December 2013 Newsletter

FSB Logo

Frankfurt-Short-Bruza

March 2014 Newsletter

March 2014 Newsletter

Email List - CSV Format

Email List - CSV Format

August 2014 Newsletter

Central Oklahoma Chapter ASHRAE Newsletter

October Newsletter

October 2014 Newsletter

November 2014 Newsletter

November 2014 Newsletter

MARCH 2015 NEWSLETTER

MARCH 2015 NEWSLETTER

History

1965 Charter Update

Updated Chapter Name

Bill Collins File Index

Bill Collins ASHRAE Files & Memorabilia Index

Chapter Constitution and Bylaws

Chapter Constitution and Bylaws

Interview with Mr Joe Sanders

Leadership Recall Interview with Mr Joe Sanders

ASHRAE Honors and Awards 2015-09-22

ASHRAE Honors and Awards 2015-09-22

Chapter Timeline 2014-2015

Facebook Chapter Timeline 2014-2015

Four Digits Which Will Revolutionize Construction

2015-10 Newsletter Article and Original Press Release on ASHRAE Standard 90-75

1955 to 2017

2015-11 Newsletter Article - 1955 to 2017

1955-May SouWester

1955-May SouWester Newsletter

In Memory of Dr Jerald D Parker.pdf

In Memory of Dr Jerald D Parker.pdf

J D Parker Memorial Newsletter Article

J D Parker Memorial Newsletter Article

August 1972 Letter on Women in ASHRAE

August 1972 Letter on Women in ASHRAE

Over 40 Years

Over 40 Years of Trying to Encourge Women Into the HVAC&R Industry

History of Lou Flagg

History of Lou Flagg

Fellow Interview with Dr Spitler

Fellow Interview with Dr Spitler

Chapter Timeline 2015-2016

Chapter Timeline 2015-2016

Chapter Timeline 2015-2016 REV1

Chapter Timeline 2015-2016 REV1

Chapter Timeline 2015-2016 REV2

Chapter Timeline 2015-2016 REV2

In Remembrance of Harry Rountree

In Remembrance of Harry Rountree

Interview with Mr John Semtner

Interview with Mr John Semtner

The Life and Times of Louis C Nettleship-With Full Appendix Small

The Life and Times of Louis C Nettleship-With Full Appendix Small

Sixty-Two Years

Sixty-Two Years

Chapter Timeline 2016-2017

Chapter Timeline 2016-2017

In Remembrance of Dr Faye McQuiston

In Remembrance of Dr Faye McQuiston

2016-17 CRC Chapter Summary Report

2016-17 CRC Chapter Summary Report

Interview with Mr Trapper Wilson

Interview with Mr Trapper Wilson 2017

History of the Chapter Meeting Name Badges

History of the Chapter Meeting Name Badges

Golf Outing

November 2013 Meeting

Meeting Notice Attachments

Brandon

Brandon

Presidents Letter Attachments

PowerPoint Presentations

Meeting PowerPoint Presentation Archive

Archived PowerPoint presentations from past meetings courtesy of our speakers

Single Zone VAV Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Miscellaneous

Rachel Spitler

Winter Meeting Expenses

Annual Meeting Notice

Annual Meeting Notice

2014 Annual Meeting Ad

Annual Meeting Ad

Proxy Form 2014

Proxy Form 2014

Meetings with Government Officials

PAOE Point Documentation

Constitution & Bylaws

Constitution & Bypass

2014-2015 Roster

2014-2015 Roster

Honors and Awards

Chapter Service Award Point Tally Form

CSA Point Tally Word Document

Regional Award of Merit Point Tally Form

RAM Point Summary Word Document

Financial

BOSC Statement March 2014

Monthly Statement

BOSC Statement March 2014

Monthly Statement

Webcast Files

IEQ Flyer

PDF Flyer

IEQ Guide

PDF File

Manuals

2014 CRC Manual

CRC Planning & Operations Manual

CRC

2014-2015 CRC Summary Report

Joe Sanders - President

Meeting Minutes

2016_10 Presentation

Refrigerant Update Presentation

Dan In Hout Speaker Collateral

Slots Are Adjustable

Linear slots are adjustable

Comfort vs Energy

Comfort vs Energy Use

Reserch Validaates VAV

Research validates VAV Systems

Basics of Well-Mixed Room Air Distribution

This article is the irst of three I have written for the Fundamentals at Work series. This one will cover air distribution for well-mixed systems, the most common appli- cation in commercial and institutional buildings in the U.S. It will be followed b

VAV Series Fan Terminals

Fan-powered terminal units have been a key component of many building HVAC systems over the years, as they are largely responsible for helping move air through a building to occupant spaces. Depending on the design of the system, an engineer can sel

VAV Terminal Units: Looking Back, Ahead

July 2015’s “Basics of Well-Mixed Room Air Distribution” described how conditioned air moves throughout a space. In this Fundamentals at Work article, we discuss where the conditioned air comes from by exploring the most predominant products in use

Multiple-Zone System Design

Air Quality, as modi?ed by Addendum 62n, prescribes new minimum breathing-zone ventilation rates and new calculation procedures to ?nd intake air?ow for different ventilation systems.

Technical Literature

ASHRAE Journal Article Highlight

Optimized Energy Recovery

ASHRAE Journal Article Highlight

HVAC UV Germicidal Irradation UV-C Fixtures

ASHRAE Journal Article Highlight

Mission Critical Cooling

ASHRAE Journal Article Highlight

Vivarium Retro Commissioning