Six new distinguished lecturers have been named by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
The Distinguished Lecturers Program provides ASHRAE chapters with noted authorities who provide insight and speak on relevant topics that impact the HVAC/R industry.
The new lecturers and their areas of expertise are:
Mohammad Hosni, Ph.D., Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, U.S.
Air Distribution in Confined Spaces, and Heat Load From Office Equipment and Its Impact on Energy Consumption.
Birol Kilkis, Ph.D., Watts Radiant and GreenWay Technologies International, Vienna, VA, U.S.
Energy Aware HVAC Systems for Green Buildings: How Can We Make Green Buildings Greener?
Radiant Panel Heating and Cooling: Fundamentals and Applications
Hybrid HVAC Systems: Can They Be the Future?.
Evans Lizardos, P.E., Lizardos Engineering Associates, Mineola, NY, U.S.
Innovative Airside Systems Designed to Conform to ASHRAE Standard 90.1 and Improve IAQ
Innovative Waterside Systems Designed to Conform to ASHRAE Standard 90.1 and Improve IAQ
Choosing Chiller Technologies; Standard 90.1, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings
Sustainable Design and LEED Accreditation for Engineers.
Christopher Muller, Purafil Inc., Doraville, GA, U.S.
Achieving Your Indoor Air Quality Goals: Which Filtration System Works Best?
Airborne Molecular Contamination Control for 90 Nanometers and Beyond
Application of Gas-Phase Air Filtration in Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Life Science Manufacturing
Beyond HEPAs: Chemical Filtration for Cleanroom Applications
Beyond Ozone: Cleaning Outdoor Air for IAQ
Carbon Dioxide Monitoring: IAQ Indicator or just Another “Boy Who Cried Wolf?”
From Modeling to Implementation: Achieving IAQ and Energy Conservation Goals with ASHRAE 62-2001
Guidelines and Considerations for Specification of AMC Control in Cleanrooms
Improving Building IAQ Reduces HVAC Energy Cost; Methodology for Choosing an Odor Control Technology -- Effectiveness and Cost
Practical Application of Energy Conservation with ASHRAE Standard 62
Practical Applications of Reactivity Monitoring in Museums and Archives
Proper Design and Use of Gas-Phase Air Filtration Systems for the Control of Environmental Tobacco Smoke
Protecting Against Chemical Agents of War: Applying Internal Filtration
Semiquantitative Analysis Techniques for Airborne Molecular Contamination Monitoring
Specialized Filtration Required for Museums.
Will Stoecker, Ph.D., P.E., University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, U.S. -- Industrial Refrigeration
Liquid Recirculation for Industrial Refrigeration
Ammonia as a Refrigerant; Ammonia/Carbon Dioxide Hybrid Systems
Vessels for Industrial Refrigeration Systems.
Mitchell Swann, P.E., MDC Systems, Berwyn, PA, U.S.
Design Build-Executing the Project; Green Design and Sustainability -- Un-definable Success in a Defined World
Can't We Just All Get Along? -- Keeping Your Eye on the Prize Despite Getting Poked In It.
The new lecturers will serve a 2-year term. There are 43 Distinguished Lecturers for 2005-2006. ASHRAE has had a total of 71 lecturers since the program started in 1996-1997.
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