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       Personal Program .........................................................................2     General Tours ............................................................................. 22
       Hotel Floor Plan ...........................................................................4   Technical Tours .......................................................................... 24
       Chapter and Society Officials ......................................................7           ASHRAE Learning Institute Courses ........................................ 26
       General Information .....................................................................8      Committee Chair Recognition ................................................... 28
       Spouse/Guest Guide ...................................................................10        Types of Sessions ....................................................................... 29
       Past and Future Meetings ...........................................................10          Technical Program Schedule ...................................................... 30
       President’s Luncheon Information .............................................11                    Sunday ................................................................................ 30
       Members’ Night Out Information ..............................................11                     Monday ............................................................................... 37
       Hotel Green Policies ..................................................................12           Tuesday ............................................................................... 41
       Montreal Celebrating 75th Anniversary.....................................14                        Wednesday .......................................................................... 49
       Montreal Sustainability Project..................................................15             Society Committee Meetings ..................................................... 55
       How to Find your Meeting Room ..............................................16                  Welcome Party Information ....................................................... 57
       Plenary Keynote Speaker ...........................................................17           Technical Committee Meetings.................................................. 60
       Scheduled Events .......................................................................18      ASHRAE Staff ........................................................................... 72
       Awards Presentation ...................................................................20       Speaker Listing .......................................................................... 73




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       PErSONAL PrOgrAM—PLAN yOUr OWN MEETiNg SChEdULE!

                    FridAy, jUNE 24      SATUrdAy, jUNE 25               SUNdAy, jUNE 26

            8:00 am–12:00 noon        8:00 am–12:00 noon              8:00 am–9:30 am




            1:00 pm–5:00 pm           8:00 am–3:00 pm                 8:30 am–12:00 noon




            5:00 pm–10:00 pm          1:00 pm–3:00 pm                 9:45 am–10:45 am




                                      3:15 pm–5:00 pm                 11:00 am–12:30 pm




                                                                      1:30 pm–3:00 pm




                                      6:30 pm–8:30 pm                 3:00 pm–7:00 pm
                                      Welcome Party,
                                      Hilton,
                                      Le Castillion Restaurant,
                                      Salon Le Portage, Lobby Level



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                                PLAN yOUr OWN MEETiNg SChEdULE!—PErSONAL PrOgrAM

           MONdAy, jUNE 27              TUESdAy, jUNE 28    WEdNESdAy, jUNE 29

      8:00 am–9:30 am                8:00 am–9:00 am       8:00 am–9:30 am




      9:45 am–10:45 am               9:45 am–10:45 am      9:45 am–10:45 am




      11:00 am–12:00 noon            11:00 pm–12:30 pm     11:00 am–12:30 pm




      12:15 pm–2:00 pm               1:00 pm–3:30 pm       1:00 pm–5:00 pm
      President’s Luncheon
      Fairmont,
      Grand Salon,
      Convention Level


      2:15 pm–4:15 pm                3:30 pm–6:00 pm




      4:15 pm–6:30 pm                6:15 pm–10:30 pm
                                     Members’ Night Out,
                                     Fairmont,
                                     Grand Salon
                                     Convention Level




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       FAirMONT ThE QUEEN ELiZABETh




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                                FAirMONT ThE QUEEN ELiZABETh




                                                         TOUr
                                                         ASSEMBLy/
                                                         dEPArTUrE
                                                         POiNT




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       hiLTON BONAVENTUrE




                                MANSFiELd




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                                                        CONFErENCE SPONSOrS
                                                 ASHRAE thanks the following sponsors for their
                                                    support of the 2011 Annual Conference.




                                              ChAPTEr ANd SOCiETy OFFiCiALS
                                           A special thanks to all the members in the Montreal Chapter
                                                   who helped make the conference a success!




       MONTrEAL ChAPTEr OFFiCErS                                          CONFErENCES ANd ExPOSiTiONS COMMiTTEE
       President, Ronald Gagnon                                           William E. Dietrich, Chair
       President-Elect, Caroline Paquet                                   Dennis J. Wessel, Vice Chair
       Vice President, Michel Lecompte                                    Pamela L. Androff
       Secretary, Stanislaw Kajl                                          Bryan R. Becker
       Treasurer, Anthony Jonkov                                          Wade H. Conlan
                                                                          Kelley P. Cramm
       MONTrEAL hOST COMMiTTEE                                            K. William Dean
       General Chair, Nicolas Lemire                                      Charles E. Henck
       Vice Chair, Jeff Clarke                                            Mohammad H. Hosni
       Sessions, Jean-Gabriel Joannette and Anthony Jonkov                Julia A. Keen
       Hospitality, Caroline Paquet                                       William K. Klock
       Tours, Rejean Blais                                                Ben A. Leppard
       Sustainability, Michael Kummert, Roland Charneux                   Dustan L. Macauley III
       Information/Publicity, Isabelle Lavoie                             Sarah E. Maston
       Entertainment, Jacques Lagace                                      Michael J. McDermott
       Finances, Marc Vadboncoeur                                         Keith C. Newcomer
                                                                          Robert B. Risley
       AShrAE OFFiCErS                                                    Larry Sun
       Lynn G. Bellenger, P.E., President                                 Monte G. Troutman
       Ronald Jarnagin, President-Elect                                   David L. Zimmerman
       Thomas Watson, P.E., Treasurer                                     A. Damon Gowan
       William Bahnfleth, Ph.D., P.E., Vice President
       Sheila J. Hayter, P.E., Vice President
       Ross D. Montgomery, P.E., Vice President
       T. David Underwood, Vice President
       Jeff H. Littleton, Executive Vice President




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       gENErAL iNFOrMATiON                                                    SALE OF MErChANdiSE
                                                                              Sale of merchandise, or the solicitation to sell merchandise, of any
                                                                              type at the Annual and Winter Conferences will only be permitted
       BAdgES MUST BE WOrN FOr AdMiSSiON TO SESSiONS                          by prior approval of the Conferences and Expositions Committee
       Your ASHRAE Conference badge is required for admission to the          and any surplus will go to the Society.
       technical program. Room monitors will be checking and scanning
       badges at the rooms. The new scanning process will provide you         SigNS/diSPLAy OF AFFiLiATE
       with a summary of all sessions attended at the conclusion of the       MEETiNg iNFOrMATiON
       conference and will be sent directly to you by email The room          Signs and information concerning affiliate or related organiza-
       monitors will also distribute evaluation forms for each session.       tions must be approved by the Society prior to display. No signs
       Please complete the form and return it to the monitor when you         are to be attached to walls, and all signs must be professionally
       leave the session. Room monitors will also distribute and collect      printed. All affiliate meeting information must be displayed in the
       comment cards on which attendees are encouraged to submit              literature kiosk. No literature will be displayed on tables.
       written questions regarding papers presented in the technical
       paper sessions. Questions are given to the authors for reply and       PhOTO rELEASE
       published in ASHRAE Transactions.                                      Photographs will be taken at the ASHRAE Annual Conference.
                                                                              By registering for this conference, you agree to allow ASHRAE to
       hOTEL AddrESS, TELEPhONE                                               use your photo in any ASHRAE-related publications or Web site.
       Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth
       ASHRAE Headquarter Hotel                                               WhAT TO WEAr
       900 Rene-Levesque West                                                 Business casual attire is appropriate for meetings and social
       (514) 861-3511                                                         events. For Members’ Night Out, sport coat and sport shirt; tie
                                                                              optional. The Welcome Party is casual.
       Hilton Bonaventure
       900, rue de La Gauchetiere Ouest                                       WEAThEr
       (514) 878-2332                                                         Average June temperature: 17ºC / 63ºF
                                                                              Average June high: 24ºC / 75ºF
       iNTErNET ACCESS                                                        Average June low: 11ºC / 52ºF
       Internet access for e-mail is available in the Cyber Café located in   Visitors can expect rain about 6 - 10 days out of 30 in June.
       the registration area during operating hours. Please be considerate
       to others and limit your usage to five minutes.                        TEChNiCAL PrOgrAM Pdhs
                                                                              All of the sessions presented in the technical program are approved
       ELECTrONiC BALLOT                                                      for professional development hours (PDHs). All sessions qualify
       Eligible Members will be given the opportunity to cast votes for       for State of Florida PDHs. In order to report your attendance at
       Society officers online for the ballot during the 2011 ASHRAE          the session, please sign the PDH sign-in sheets and include your
       Annual Conference in Montreal during registration hours in the         license number for Florida. In addition, some sessions are approved
       meeting registration area (Hilton Bonaventure, Salon Fontaine A).      for State of New York PDHs, AIA Learning Units and USGBC
       Polls will be open Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26 at 5:00     LEED AP credits. See program listing for specific information.
       p.m. New Officers and Directors will be installed at the Presi-        Sessions are approved for 1, 1.5 or 2 PDHs depending on the length
       dent’s Luncheon Monday, June 27.                                       of the session. Certain sessions may be acceptable for ASHRAE
                                                                              certification renewal. Send questions to certification@ashrae.org.
       NOTiCE
       ASHRAE regards the materials presented at these sessions to            Badges are required for attendance at any of the technical sessions.
       be the unique work of ASHRAE and exercises control over the            Scanners will be used to capture the information located on your
       dissemination and/or use of such products in the future. Accord-       badge. Upon conclusion of the conference you will be able to get a
       ingly, videotaping and recording of this program are not allowed       complete record of all the sessions you attended. Please be patient
       without ASHRAE’s prior written consent.                                if the line to get into the room is a little longer – try to get to the
                                                                              sessions you really want to attend early to ensure a seat.
       CELL PhONES/PAgErS
       Please be considerate and turn off your phones and pagers in com-      MEETiNg PAPErS
       mittee meetings and transactions sessions, seminars, forums, and       Abstracts of all poster papers and sessions are included in this
       the poster session.                                                    program. During the conference, papers presented at the poster
                                                                              session and technical paper and conference paper sessions can be
       COMPANy-SPONSOrEd hOSPiTALiTy SUiTE POLiCy                             purchased in the ASHRAE Bookstore. After the conference, papers
       Hospitality suite hours must not conflict with ASHRAE meetings         will be posted in the online ASHRAE Bookstore. Papers are not
       or social functions. Product displays, literature handouts, posting    available for seminars or forums. Poster and technical paper session
       of signs in hotel lobbies or hallways, and commercial advertising      papers will be published with discussion in ASHRAE Transactions.
       or recruiting are not allowed in either the Fairmont Queen Eliza-      Conference papers will be published in ASHRAE Transactions
       beth or Hilton Bonaventure, ASHRAE’s headquarters hotel.               without discussion. Other meeting papers can be purchased in the
                                                                              online Bookstore at www.ASHRAE.org or searched online in

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       Abstract Center. The Abstract Center is a searchable database           SOME COMMON SENSE SAFETy TiPS
       of abstracts on everything ASHRAE has published since 1980.             Street Safety. The streets of any city at any time can be unsafe.
       This service is free to ASHRAE members, but a subscription fee          When you leave your hotel to go out during day or evening, make
       will be charged to nonmembers. For ordering information, contact        sure you take off your badge. Wearing a badge is an advertisement
       ASHRAE Customer Service at 1-800-527-4723.                              that you are a visitor to the city and that you are probably unfamil-
                                                                               iar with your location. Walk “smart” when you leave the conven-
       VirTUAL CONFErENCE                                                      tion site—know your destination and the best way to reach it. Walk
       Free for Paid Conference registrants                                    along lighted sidewalks at night and don’t walk alone. Trust your
       ASHRAE has added a virtual conference option so you won’t miss          instincts—if you’re uncomfortable with a situation, get out of it.
       the state-of-the-art concepts and latest design techniques presented
       in the Society’s technical program. The Montreal Virtual Confer-        Hotel Safety. Some general safety tips include: Don’t answer the
       ence allows you to view presentations and to interact with an on-       door in a hotel room without verifying who it is. If a person claims
       line audience through a discussion board. All conference attendees      to be an employee, call the front desk and ask if a staff person is
       paying the full registration fee should have received via email their   supposed to have access to your room and for what purpose. Use
       password and link prior to arriving at the conference. If you do not    the hotel safe-deposit box. When you’re in your hotel room, use all
       have your password and link go to www.ashrae.org/montrealvir-           of the locking devices provided. Don’t reveal your room number or
       tual and click on the link to access the Virtual Conference and put     discuss plans for leaving the hotel within earshot of strangers.
       in your email address to request your password.
                                                                               MEdiCAL EMErgENCy
       Virtual Conference registration includes:                               Hotel emergencies should be directed to the hotel operator. Hotel
           • Synced audio and PowerPoint presentations                         security is trained in emergency response and can get to the scene
           • Access to all seminar presentations                               of an emergency quickly. The closest hospital is St. Luke Hospital,
           • Access to selected technical paper and conference                 1058 rue Saint-Denis, (514) 281-2085. There is also a health clinic
             paper session presentations                                       located in Central Station.
           • Ability to post questions or answers for selected sessions
             through Monday, July 11.                                          Fire Emergency…Preparedness in hotels
           • Presentations available online for one year.                      The hotel’s PA system will advise you of the need to evacuate in
                                                                               the event of a fire. The PA system is used on all sleeping and meet-
       A full slate of technical programs will be posted beginning Monday,     ing room floors. Plan ahead—when you check into your room,
       June 27, of the sessions that were presented the previous day, with     check the location of exits. Walk to the nearest exit; learn the
       additional content posted through Thursday, June 30. Access to the      route, obstacles, etc. Keep your room key on the night stand when
       Montreal Virtual Conference is free with your paid conference reg-      you are in your room. Examine your room. Check the windows to
       istration. To register only for the Virtual Conference, go to ASHRAE    see if they open and how. Examine the area outside your window.
       Registration, Hilton Bonaventure, Fontaine Salon A, Lower Level.
       $299 ASHRAE member; $464 non member or register online.                 in Case of a Fire
                                                                                   • When exiting your room, don’t forget to bring your room
       MEMBErS NighT OUT rESErVEd SEATiNg                                            key with you in case you need to go back
       Fairmont, Le grand Salon                                                    • Feel your door before opening it. If it is hot, stay in your
       Members’ Night Out will be in the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth                    room. Open your door slowly and be ready to close it
       on Tuesday, June 28. If you have purchased a ticket for this event,           quickly if there are flames on the other side.
       you will receive an exchange coupon. Take this coupon to the                • If leaving your room, bring a wet handkerchief or wash-
       Reserved Seating desk, located in the ASHRAE registration                     cloth with you to reduce the chance of smoke inhalation.
       (Hilton, Fontaine Salon A) area and exchange it for a reserved              • If there is smoke in the corridor, crawl—fresher air is
       seat ticket by 2:00 p.m., Monday, June 27. Each table seats ten.              nearer the floor.
       A seating chart is available to help in deciding table preference.          • Do not use elevators.
       Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. When reserv-   If you’re trapped in your room due to fire:
       ing your seat, please advise us of any special dietary requirements         • Call the operator or front desk.
       at that time to ensure that we are able to accommodate your                 • Call the fire department and tell them what room you are
       requests during the evening. Detailed information on the enter-               in, then signal from the window.
       tainment for Members’ Night Out is located in this program.                 • Turn off your heat or air conditioner to prevent smoke
                                                                                     from entering.
       MONTrEAL SUSTAiNABiLiTy PrOjECT                                             • Fill your bathtub, ice bucket and trash can with water for
       The sustainability footprint program was launched by the Salt                 dousing and wetting towels.
       Lake City Host Committee, at the 2008 Annual Conference. Those              • Place wet towels over vents and under the door.
       wishing to donate to the Montreal sustainability project can do so          • Remove drapes and write a distress message on the
       at the Host Committee booth located in the Hilton Fontaine Salon              window with shave cream, lotion or soap.
       A or on the online meeting registration form. Take a moment to              • If you have a flashlight, place it with your keys. You may
       stop by and thank the committee for their efforts. A complete de-             need your room key if you find that the fire has spread and
       scription of the project is located in this program.                          you are unable to get out of the hotel. Your room is the last
                                                                                     safe refuge.

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        SPOUSE/gUEST gUidE                                                  FUTUrE AShrAE MEETiNgS
        SATURDAY, JUNE 25
                                                                             Winter         date      Annual
        7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
        ASHRAE Member Lounge
                                                                             Chicago        2012     San Antonio
        Fairmont, Saint Francois
                                                                            January 21-25             June 23-28
        The ASHRAE Lounge is open daily for all individuals who are
        registered for the meeting. Refreshments are available from 7:30
                                                                              Dallas        2013       Denver
        to 9:30 a.m. each day and beverages are available all afternoon.
                                                                            January 26-30            June 22-26
        Detailed information on the city including brochures and maps
        can be found at the Host Committee Desk located in the ASHRAE
                                                                            New York        2014       Seattle
        Registration area in the Hilton.
                                                                            January 18-22           June 28-July 2
        SUNDAY, JUNE 26
        7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                            PAST ASHRAE MEETINGS
        ASHRAE Member Lounge
        Fairmont, Saint Francois (Lobby Level)
                                                                            Los Angeles      1980   Denver
        An additional Member Lounge will operate at the Hilton in
                                                                            Chicago          1981   Cincinnati
        The Lounge located on the lower level from Sunday through
                                                                            Houston          1982   Toronto
        Wednesday.
                                                                            Atlantic City    1983   Washington
                                                                            Atlanta          1984   Kansas City
        MONDAY, JUNE 27
                                                                            Chicago          1985   Honolulu
        7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                            San Francisco    1986   Portland
        ASHRAE Lounge
                                                                            New York         1987   Nashville
        Fairmont, Saint Francois
                                                                            Dallas           1988   Ottawa
                                                                            Chicago          1989   Vancouver
        MONDAY, JUNE 27
                                                                            Atlanta          1990   St. Louis
        9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
                                                                            New York         1991   Indianapolis
        ASHRAE Lounge
                                                                            Anaheim          1992   Baltimore
        Fairmont, Saint Francois
                                                                            Chicago          1993   Denver
                                                                            New Orleans      1994   Orlando
        Meet and Greet
                                                                            Chicago          1995   San Diego
        “First Dude” Neil Bellenger has the recipe for a good time:
                                                                            Atlanta          1996   San Antonio
        Ingredients include you, your favorite family recipes and a dash
                                                                            Philadelphia     1997   Boston
        of fun. Bring your recipes to this year’s Meet and Greet to share
                                                                            San Francisco    1998   Toronto
        with others. Describe how and where you got the recipe, what you
                                                                            Chicago          1999   Seattle
        like about it and what you may have done to personalize it over
                                                                            Dallas           2000   Minneapolis
        the years. Nothing brings people together like good food!
                                                                            Atlanta          2001   Cincinnati
                                                                            Atlantic City    2002   Honolulu
                                                                            Chicago          2003   Kansas City
        TUESDAY, JUNE 28
                                                                            Anaheim          2004   Nashville
        7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
                                                                            Orlando          2005   Denver
        ASHRAE Lounge
                                                                            Chicago          2006   Quebec City
        Fairmont, Saint Francois
                                                                            Dallas           2007   Long Beach
                                                                            New York         2008   Salt Lake City
        WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29
                                                                            Chicago          2009   Louisville
        7:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
                                                                            Orlando          2010   Albuquerque
        ASHRAE Lounge
                                                                            Las Vegas        2011   Montreal
        Fairmont, Saint Francois




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       PrESidENT’S LUNChEON
       Monday, June 27
       12:15 pm–2:00 pm (doors open at noon)
       Fairmont, Grand Salon (Convention Level)

       President-Elect Ron Jarnagin will present his 2011–2012 presidential theme. Certificates of Appreciation
       will be presented to retiring Board members and the 2011–2012 Officers and new Board members will be
       installed. Spouses and guests are cordially invited to attend. Note: Ticket required. $37

                  Menu:
                  Baby spinach salad with roasted pine nuts, almonds and flower petals
                  Scallopine of chicken stuffed with asparagus and Oka cheese
                  Roasted baby potatoes with oregano butter
                  Panaché of snow peas and baby carrots
                  Tartelette of crème brûlée
                  Coffee, tea and decaffeinated coffee



           MEMBErS’ NighT OUT
           Tuesday, June 28

           ~ Altitude With Attitude ~

           The Members Night Out begins at the city’s greatest and most gracious hotel – the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth.
           Join fellow delegates for a wonderful dinner in the hotel’s ballroom.

           6:15-7:00 p.m., (Reception, cash bar)
           Hochelaga 1

           7:15-8:30 p.m., Dinner
           Grand Salon

           8:45-11:45 p.m., Altitude 737 Lounge

                 The menu for the evening:
                 Artichoke hearts with a black olive tapenade and fresh tomatoes,
                 Emulsified oil and nasturtium
                 ~
                 Pan-fried fillet of grouper with roasted garlic and caramelized onion sauce
                 Galette of leek and potato
                 Miniature root vegetables
                 ~
                 Raspberry Pistachio Mille-feuille with honey and apricot ice cream

           Following dinner, cross Rene Leveque Boulevard to one of Montreal’s landmark high rise’s Place Ville Marie.
           Long known for it’s cross shape footprint and revolving spotlight, Members will have exclusive patio access,
           known as Canada’s highest and largest rooftop terrace.

           Admission to this private event includes the use of the lounge for three hours with DJ music, and a panoramic
           view of downtown Montreal with views up to 50 km (31 miles) away. Three drinks are included.

           $50 per person

                                    Thank you to our Welcome Party and Members’ Night Out Sponsors




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                             FAirMONT ThE QUEEN ELiZABETh – AN ECO-FriENdLy hOTEL




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                                 hiLTON BONAVENTUrE grEEN POLiCiES

             • Use of HVAC results in guestrooms and all through the HBM in reduction in electrical consumption,
               removing carbon dioxide from the air and reduce ozone depleting refrigerants.
             • MBH recycles water bottles discarded by meeting attendees.
             • MBH participates in the Hilton linen conservation: the program encourages guests to reuse towels
               and linens.
             • Meeting rooms and other locations have recycling bins.
             • Room keys recycled.
             • Green purchasing practices and sustainable food purchase.
             • Use of greens from around Montreal for floral arrangements (summer).
             • 2.5 acres of Living roof, housing plants, trees, marine habitat for ducks, fishes…
             • Maximize energy efficiency with foyer area with natural light.
             • Place Bonaventure has been designed to qualify for LEED.
             • Kitchen uses fresh and locally produced organic ingredients.
             • Electricity generated in Quebec is from 99% renewable and sustained resources.
             • Restrooms paper products, soaps and cleaning products are Green Seal-Certified.
             • The pool is heated using the steam from hotel’s machinery. Also, it is covered overnight to keep
               the heat accumulated in the pool.
             • MBH seeks constantly new ways to integrate”green” into its practices and services.
             • MBH management disposes properly all materials removed during the construction of the Hotel
             • MBH filters the water during the washing process ensuring that no chemicals are released in the
               water of Montreal.
             • All detergents and other cleaning products are environmental friendly and free of chemicals.
             • MBH linens has 350 thread count reducing the volume of energy and detergent required.
             • MBH staff has a commitment to ecologically responsible attitude in their day to day work.
             • MBH`s all bedrooms have the windows that opens to reducing the use of Air Conditioning.
             • Vestibule radar operated sliding doors reduce the loss of heat or air-conditioned air.
             • MBH has a responsible recycling program for Cardboards, paper, cans, plastic, metal, glass.
             • Energy efficient laundry equipment reduced 80% of Water utilized.
             • MBH`s electronic reader board in meeting rooms replace printed documents and easels.
             • All public restrooms feature automatic faucets, automatic soap dispenser, and toilet.
             • Water is served from pitchers instead of plastic bottles at banquet.
             • Water stations are available instead of pitchers on each table at banquet.
             • The MBH green team integrates green into the practices and services.
             • All packaged food and beverages from guest rooms mini bar unused and about to reach its expiration
               date are given to community organization.
             • We are proud to be affiliated with La Tablée des Chefs where left-over untouched banquet food is
               donated to local community organizations.



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                            AShrAE MONTrEAL – 75 yEArS OF ExCELLENCE
                            As you join ASHRAE in Montreal for the 2011 Annual Conference, you’re also joining a
                            special celebration – the 75th anniversary of the Montreal Chapter. Congratulations to the
                            chapter on this milestone event, and thank you for allowing us to be a part of it! Here’s a bit
                            of history about the chapter.

       THE FOUNDATION OF THE MONTREAL CHAPTER                                  ANNUAL MEETING – MONTREAL CHAPTER AS A HOST
                                                                               OVER THE YEARS
       In the spring of 1935 Messrs. Johnson and Wiggs decided to take
       steps to form the Montreal Chapter. Going over the records of the       In June 1957, the chapter hosted ASHAE’s (an ASHRAE prede-
       Society, they found that the following Montreal residents were          cessor society) semi-annual meeting. As a special event, the chap-
       members of the Society: F. J. Friedman, Leo Garneau, A. W. Givin,       ter organized a city tour for guests that ended up on a chartered
       A. B. Darling, C. W. Johnson, J. P. Linton, T. E. McGrail, A. H.        Canada Steamship’s cruise boat. This cruise went down the St.
       Osborne, F. G. Phipps and G. L. Wiggs.                                  Lawrence River to La Malbaie (then called Murray Bay), where
                                                                               the meeting continued at the Manoir Richelieu, a famous resort
       They drew up a petition to the Society for a charter for the chapter.   hotel, for the next five days.
       This petition was dated April 2, 1936 and was signed by the 10
       men above.                                                              The technical meetings were set up in six sessions over three days.
                                                                               The main topics in the papers presented were: thermal insulation,
       On being informed that the Council was granting the charter, they       environment control in plant and animal husbandry, air cleaning,
       called the first and organizational meeting for May 11. The meet-       evaporative cooling, a symposium on instrumentation for climate
       ing was held in the Queen’s Hotel with 74 members and their             control, control of high pressure single and double duct systems,
       friends attending. Wiggs was appointed temporary chair and              sound and vibration control and residential infiltration.
       Johnson temporary secretary.
                                                                               At the plenary session, a motion of thanks was voted by the entire
       At the meeting, the election of the following officers and board of     membership for the Montreal Chapter’s efforts to make the meet-
       Governors was confirmed:                                                ing memorable.

                 G. L. Wiggs, president                                        In 1974, the chapter once again hosted the annual meeting. This
                 F. J. Friedman, vice-president                                was no easy task – for the year preceding the meeting, which was
                 F. G. Phipps, treasurer                                       held at the Queen Elizabeth hotel from June 23-27, a whole gamut
                 C. W. Johnson, secretary                                      of sub-committees met on a weekly basis. Every last detail was
                 J. P. Linton, governor                                        thought of and provided for.
                 T. E. McGrail, governor
                 A. B. Darling, governor                                       THE LAST 15 YEARS – MONTREAL CHAPTER IS ONE OF
                 Leo Garneau, governor                                         THE MOST ACTIVE IN THE SOCIETY

       A fourth governor, Leo Garneau, was elected at that time                The past 15 years of the chapter were certainly to be remembered
                                                                               as the years of recognition and achievement. Members and proj-
                                                                               ects were honored more than once within the society. Indeed,
                                                                               many technology awards and individual awards were attributed to
                                                                               the Montreal chapter.




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       Montréal Funds Domestic Water Heating
       with Solar Panel Project
       MONTREAL – With the leadership of six students from Polytech-            significantly reduce costs of water heating. In addition to social
       nique de Montréal, members of the Montreal Chapter have joined           impact, reducing natural gas consumption and emissions of
       with contractors, suppliers, manufacturers and a consulting engi-        greenhouse gases will have a corresponding positive impact on
       neering firm to improve the quality of life for local homeless           the environment.
       through its sustainable footprint project.
                                                                                                      A group of six students from Polytechnique
       With the financial support of ASHRAE, chapter members have cre-                                de Montréal is responsible for the design,
       ated a project worth over $250,000. The sustainable footprint proj-                            installation and monitoring system. This
       ect is intended to leave behind a lasting sustainable footprint in the                         project represents a unique opportunity for
       cities where the Society’s conferences are held. The program was                               these students to use their knowledge to
       launched by the Salt Lake City Host Committee, at the 2008 An-           apply and carry out a project to completion.
       nual Conference.
                                                                                The project will be based on the results of a study on the agency’s
                                                                                hot water needs to define the importance and the schedule of their
                                                                                consumption. The study will focus on the operation and system,
                                                                                implementation of energy conservation and analysis of results.

                                                                                                                         In addition to the use of
                                                                                                                         a wide variety of hardware
                                                                                                                         components (i.e. solar
                                                                                                                         panels, pump, expansion
                                                                                                                         tank, storage tank, heat
                                                                                                                         recovery, water softener,
                                                                                                                         piping, glycol, thermal in-
                                                                                                                         sulation, electrical materi-
       A domestic water heating system with a solar panel is being in-                                                   als, structure metal roof),
       stalled at L’Accueil Bonneau, an organization that has a 133 year        this project provides an opportunity for involvement by a number
       history of homeless reintegration into a sustainable life. The agency    of service contractors such as plumbers, structural steel welders,
       offers a huge range of services designed to help these people regain     electricians, crane services, roofers, and mechanical electrical and
       residential stability, independence and good living conditions.          structural engineers.

       The first objective of the Montreal Chapter’s project is to reduce       But the project doesn’t stop here. Once completed, students
       operating expenses of Accueil Bonneau, enabling the agency to in-        will monitor everything in order to ensure the effectiveness of
       vest its resources into activities to help the homeless.                 the system. This facility will also serve as “laboratory” for
                                                                                future students.
       Specifically, the project involves the overall design and commis-
       sioning of a domestic water heating solar system. This system will




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       rOOMS/hOUrS                                                               MEMBErShiP dESK
                                                                                 Hilton Bonaventure, Fontaine Salon A, Lower Level
                                                                                 A membership information desk is available for paying dues, ap-
       FiNdiNg yOUr ASSigNEd MEETiNg rOOM                                        plying for membership, updating membership information and
       To assist you in finding your meeting room at the Annual Confer-          purchasing ASHRAE logo items. This desk is open during the
       ence, please refer to the floor plans located in this program. Two        same hours as registration, so feel free to stop by if you have any
       sites are being used for meetings. Codes: F=Fairmont, H=Hilton.           questions concerning your ASHRAE membership.
       At the Fairmont, C is convention level, M is Mezzanine and Ex-
       ecutive level rooms are on 3.                                             hEAdQUArTEr OFFiCE
                                                                                 Fairmont, Saint-Laurent, Convention Level
       MEETiNg rEgiSTrATiON                                                      The ASHRAE Headquarter office offers members complimentary
       Hilton Bonaventure, Fontaine Salon A, Lower Level                         copying, services of a typist and access to printers for laptop
       Registration is required for all meeting participants. Official           computers.
       badges must be worn at all functions and for admission into the           Friday, June 24 ......................................... Noon – 5:00 p.m.
       technical sessions. ASHRAE meeting registration will be open              Saturday, June 25 ............................... 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
       during the following hours:                                               Sunday, June 26 .................................. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
            Friday, June 24 ........................... 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.   Monday, June 27 ................................ 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
            Saturday, June 25 ......................... 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.    Tuesday, June 28 ................................ 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
            Sunday, June 26 ........................... 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.    Wednesday, June 29 ........................... 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
            Monday, June 27 .......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
            Tuesday, June 28 .......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.    yEA ACTiViTy
            Wednesday, June 29 ....................7:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.        Young Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA) Networking Event
                                                                                 Fairmont, Voyaguers II, Main Lobby Level
       AShrAE BOOKSTOrE                                                          Attention young professional members age 35 and younger!
       Hilton Bonaventure, Fontaine Salon B, Lower Level                         Join YEA on Sunday, June 26, 4p – 7p for a social and networking
       More than 300 books, meeting papers and other recent publications         opportunity.
       will be available for purchase in the ASHRAE Bookstore. The
       bookstore provides HVAC&R technical literature from ASHRAE                AShrAE LOUNgE
       and other publishers. The ASHRAE Bookstore will be open during            Fairmont, Saint-Francois, Main Lobby Level
       the following hours:                                                      Hilton, Lower Level
            Friday, June 24 ........................... 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.   The ASHRAE Lounges offer an opportunity to network with
            Saturday, June 25 .......................... 7:30a.m. – 6:00 p.m.    friends or stop for a cup of coffee between technical sessions.
            Sunday, June 26 ........................... 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.    Coffee will be offered throughout the day and anyone who is
            Monday, June 27 .......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.     registered for the meeting is welcome in the lounge.
            Tuesday, June 28 .......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
            Wednesday, June 29 ..................... 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.       The lounge will be open to all registered attendees during the fol-
                                                                                 lowing hours:
       ASHRAE’s eLearning system, from the ASHRAE Learning Insti-                    Saturday, June 25 ........................ 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
       tute, will be demonstrated at the bookstore. Take a hands-on dem-             Sunday, June 26 .......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
       onstration and learn more about new ways to earn PDHs/CEUs,                   Monday, June 27 ......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
       on demand, online.                                                            Tuesday, June 28 ......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
                                                                                     Wednesday, June 29 .................... 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
       SPEAKEr’S LOUNgE
       Hilton Bonaventure, Fontaine Salon C/D, Lower Level                       CONCESSiONS AT hiLTON
       The Speakers’ Lounge will be open during the following hours:             A lunch concession will be available at the Hilton on Sunday,
            Saturday, June 25 ......................... 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.    Monday and Tuesday. Lunch will be available for purchase on the
            Sunday, June 26 ........................... 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.    lower level.
            Monday, June 27 ........................ 7:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.      Menu includes (prices quoted are in Canadian dollars and only
            Tuesday, June 28 .......................... 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.    Canadian dollars will be accepted for purchases):
            Wednesday, June 29 ..................... 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.       Muffins $3.50
                                                                                 Candy Bars $3.00
       PrESS rOOM                                                                Whole Fruit: $2.50
       Hilton Bonaventure, Bureau B, Lower Level                                 Fruit Salad $2.50
       The Press Room will be open as follows:                                   Chips $3.00
            Saturday, June 25 ........................ 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.     Assorted sandwiches: $7.25
            Sunday, June 26 .......................... 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.     Garden Salad $5.00
            Monday, June 27 ......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.      Fruit juice/soft drinks $3.75
            Tuesday, June 28 ......................... 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.     Coffee/tea $3.00
            Wednesday, June 29 .................. 7:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.


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       MONTrEAL hOST COMMiTTEE dESK
       Hilton Bonaventure, Lower Level                                               notes
       The Host Committee will have an information desk located near
       the ASHRAE registration area. General information about the
       sights of the city will be available and a host committee member
       will be present to answer questions about Montreal. The informa-
       tion desk will be open:
            Friday ..........................................1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
            Saturday ......................................8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
            Sunday .........................................8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

       ChiCAgO 2012 WiNTEr CONFErENCE iNFOrMATiON
       Hilton Bonaventure, Fontaine Salon A, Lower Level
       Information on the upcoming Winter Conference scheduled
       for January 21-25, 2012 in Chicago, IL will be available in the
       registration area.




           ThE PLENAry KEyNOTE SPEAKEr iS rOB “WALdO” WALdMAN

                                                        AShrAE Plenary Session
                                                        Saturday, June 25, 3:15 p.m.
                                                        Fairmont, Grand Salon, Convention Floor Level

                                                        Rob “Waldo” Waldman – The Wingman – a former combat pilot, businessman and author-
                                                        ity on leadership and sales. Waldman teaches associations and corporations how to build
                                                        trusting, revenue producing relationships with their employees, partners and customers.
                                                        While relaying his personal experiences as a combat decorated fighter pilot and business-
                                                        man, he makes a striking parallel that is memorable and exciting and brings fighter-pilot
                                                        energy into each story and illustration.

                                                    Waldman believes that the key to building a culture of trust lies with your wingmen – the
                                                    men and women in your life who help you to overcome obstacles, adapt to change and
           achieve success. In business and life, you should never fly solo! The solution to winning when the heat is on lies in the ability of
           every wingman in your organization, regardless of their role, to give 110 percent and support the team.

           Waldman is a graduate of the U.S Air Force Academy and also holds an MBA with a focus on organizational behavior. Audiences
           connect with him not only because of his extensive business background, but also because he truly speaks form the heart and
           has an infectious passion for helping people. Waldman’s captivating personal stories combined with dramatic jet fighter video
           footage and inspirational music (composed by him!) will encourage you to prepare diligently for every mission, face challenges
           with courage, build more meaningful relationships, and maximize your potential both in business and in life.




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       SChEdULE                                                             Special Event
       Location of Meetings                                                 6:30 pm–8:30 pm    Welcome Party, Hilton, Le Castillion
       To assist you in finding your meeting room at the Annual Confer-                        Restaurant, Salon Le Portage, Lobby Level
       ence, please refer to the floor plans located in the front of this
       program. Meetings are scheduled in the Hilton Bonaventure (H)                           NOTE: The Hilton Bonaventure is located
       and Fairmont Queen Elizabeth (F).                                                       on the 18th floor so you will take the
                                                                                               elevator located at the entrance of the
       Meeting Schedule                                                                        hotel up to 18.
       FridAy, jUNE 24
                                                                                               Note: $52 ticket per person required.
       8:00 am–5:00 pm           Committee Meetings                                            Tickets may be purchased/picked up at
                                 See listing on pages 63–82.                                   the ASHRAE Registration Desk; advance-
       11:00 am–5:00 pm          Registration, ASHRAE Bookstore,                               purchase tickets may be picked up at the
                                 Hilton, Fontaine Salons A/B                                   door if after registration hours.
                                 (Lower Level)                                                 See page 23 for details.

                                 NOTE: The Hilton Bonaventure is located    SUNdAy, jUNE 26
                                 on the 18th floor so you will take the     7:00 am–3:30 pm Speakers’ Lounge, Hilton, Fontaine
                                 elevator located at the entrance of the                    Salons C/D (Lower Level)
                                 hotel up to 18.                                            NOTE: The Hilton Bonaventure is located
                                                                                            on the 18th floor so you will take the
       SATUrdAy, jUNE 25                                                                    elevator located at the entrance of the
       7:30 am–3:00 pm           ASHRAE Lounge, Fairmont,                                   hotel up to 18.
                                 Saint Francois (Lobby Level)               7:00 am–5:00 pm    Registration, ASHRAE Bookstore,
       7:30 am–6:00 pm           Registration, ASHRAE Bookstore,                               Hilton, Fontaine Salons A/B
                                 Hilton, Fontaine Salons A/B                                   (Lower Level)
                                 (Lower Level)                              7:30 am–4:00 pm    ASHRAE Lounge
                                 NOTE: The Hilton Bonaventure is located                       Fairmont, Saint Francois (Lobby Level)
                                 on the 18th floor so you will take the                        Hilton, Lounge (Lower Level)
                                 elevator located at the entrance of the    7:30 am–5:00 pm    Press Room, Hilton, Bureau B
                                 hotel up to 18.                                               (Lower Level)
       8:00 am–2:30 pm           Press Room, Hilton, Bureau B               8:00 am–3:00 pm    Technical Sessions
                                 (Lower Level)                                                 See Technical Program on pages 30–62.
       8:00 am–5:00 pm           Committee Meetings                         8:00 am–5:00 pm    Committee Meetings
                                 See listing on pages 63–82.                                   See listing on pages 63–82.
       1:00 pm–3:00 pm           Speakers’ Lounge, Hilton,                  1:00 pm-5:00 pm    Tour: Saint-Joseph’s Oratory
                                 Fontaine Salons C/D (Lower Level)                             Tour departs from Mansfield Entrance
                                 NOTE: The Hilton Bonaventure is located                       of Fairmont
                                 on the 18th floor so you will take the     3:00 pm-7:30 pm    Tour: Boat journey to the heart of the
                                 elevator located at the entrance of the                       St. Lawrence River
                                 hotel up to 18.                                               Tour assembles at the Mansfield Entrance
                                                                                               of Fairmont
       Special Event
                                                                            4:00 pm–7:00 pm    Young Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA)
       3:15 pm–5:00 pm           Meeting of the Members,                                       Networking Event
                                 Plenary Session, Fairmont, Grand Salon,                       Location Fairmont, Voyageurs II
                                 Convention Floor Level                                        (Lobby Level)
                                 • Opening and Welcoming Remarks by                            Attention members age 35 and younger—
                                   ASHRAE President Lynn G. Bellenger                          You are invited to participate in the YEA Networking
                                                                                               Event, offering social and networking opportunities.
                                 • Welcome by Director and Chair,
                                   Region II, Guy Perreault                 4 :00 pm-8:00 pm   Tour : Cirque du Soleil – Totem
                                 • Secretary’s Report by Executive Vice                        Tour departs from Mansfield Entrance
                                   President Jeff H. Littleton                                 of Fairmont
                                 • Awards Presentation
                                                                            5:00 pm-7:00 pm    Tour: Jazz Festival
                                   See page 24 for details.
                                                                                               Walking tour to Hyatt Regency
                                 • Keynote Speaker,
                                                                                               Tour departs from Mansfield Entrance
                                   Rob “Waldo” Waldman
                                                                                               of Fairmont
                                   See page 22 for details.
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       MONdAy, jUNE 27                                                                    8:00 am–Noon       Tour: Biodome/Olympic Tower
                                                                                                             Tour departs from Mansfield Entrance
       7:00 am–12:15 pm          Speakers’ Lounge, Hilton,
                                                                                                             of Fairmont
                                 Fontaine Salons C/D (Lower Level)
                                                                                                             See description on page 26.
       7:30 am–4:00 pm           Registration, ASHRAE Bookstore,
                                                                                          Noon–1:30 pm       Life Members’ Luncheon
                                 Hilton, Fontaine Salons A/B
                                                                                                             Fairmont, Hochelaga 5
                                 (Lower Level)
                                                                                                             (Convention Level)
       7:30 am–4:00 pm           ASHRAE Lounge                                                               Note: Ticket required.
                                 Fairmont, Saint Francois (Lobby Level)
                                                                                          1:30 pm–4:30 pm    Technical Tour: Biodome
                                 Hilton, Lounge (Lower Level)
                                                                                                             Tour departs from Mansfield Entrance
       7:30 am–4:00 pm           Press Room, Hilton, Bureau B                                                of Fairmont
                                 (Lower Level)                                                               See description on page 27.
       8:00 am–12:00 noon Technical Sessions                                              1:30 pm-6:00 pm    Technical Tour: Hydro-Quebec
                          See Technical Program on pages 30–62.                                              Tour departs from Mansfield Entrance
                                                                                                             of Fairmont
       8:00 am–5:00 pm           Committee Meetings
                                                                                                             See description on page 27.
                                 See listing on pages 63–82.
                                                                                          Special Event
       Special Event
                                                                                          6:15 pm–7:00 pm    Reception, Fairmont, Hochelaga 1
       12:15 pm–2:00 pm          President’s Luncheon
                                                                                                             (Convention Level)
                                 (doors open at noon), Fairmont,
                                 Grand Salon, Convention Level                            7:00 pm–9:00 pm    Members’ Night Out, Fairmont,
                                 President-Elect Ron Jarnagin will present his 2011–                         Grand Salon (Convention Level),
                                 2012 presidential theme. Certificates of Appreciation
                                 will be presented to retiring Board members and the                         Dinner
                                 2011–2012 Officers and new Board members will be                            Note: Ticket required.
                                 installed. Spouses and guests are cordially invited to
                                 attend. Note: Ticket required.                           9:00 pm-11:00 pm   Place Ville Marie, Canada’s highest and
                                                                                                             largest rooftop terrace.
       2:15 pm–5:30 pm           Tour: Culinary Tastings                                                     Entertainment for Members’ Night Out
                                 Tour assembles at the Mansfield Entrance                                    See page 23 for details.
                                 of Fairmont
       2:30 pm–6:00 pm           Technical Tour: Bell Center                              WEdNESdAy, jUNE 29
                                 Tour assembles at the Mansfield Entrance
                                               ed                                         7:00 am–1:00 pm    Speakers’ Lounge, Hilton,
                                 of Fairmont ll
                                          ce
                                      Can
                                 See description on page 27.
                                                                                                             Fontaine Salons C/D (Lower Level)
                                                                                          7:30 am–10:00 am   Press Room, Hilton, Bureau B
                                 Regional Dinners                                                            (Lower Level)
                                 Sign up in ASHRAE registration area.
                                                                                          7:30 am–10:15 am   Registration, Hilton, Fontaine Salon A
       TUESdAy, jUNE 28                                                                                      (Lower Level)

       7:00 am–1:00 pm           Speakers’ Lounge, Hilton,                                7:30 am–1:00 pm    ASHRAE Bookstore, Hilton,
                                 Fontaine Salons C/D (Lower Level)                                           Fontaine Salon B (Lower Level)

       7:30 am–4:00 pm           Registration, ASHRAE Bookstore,                          7:30 am–1:00 pm    ASHRAE Lounge
                                 Hilton, Fontaine Salons A/B                                                 Fairmont, Saint Francois (Lobby Level)
                                 (Lower Level)                                                               Hilton, Lounge (Lower Level)

       7:30 am–4:00 pm           ASHRAE Lounge                                            8:00 am–12:30 pm   Technical Sessions
                                 Fairmont, Saint Francois (Lobby Level)                                      See Technical Program on pages 30–62.
                                 Hilton, Lounge (Lower Level)                             8:00 am–5:00 pm    Committee Meetings
       7:30 am–4:00 pm           Press Room, Hilton, Bureau B                                                See listing on pages 63–82.
                                 (Lower Level)
       8:00 am–12:30 pm          Technical Sessions
                                 See Technical Program on pages 30–62.
       8:00 am–5:00 pm           Committee Meetings
                                 See listing on pages 63–82.




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       AWArdS PrESENTATiON                                                    STUdENT ACTiViTiES AChiEVEMENT AWArd
       Saturday, June 25, 3:15-5:30 p.m.                                      “Given to a Chapter Student Activities Chairman for service
       Plenary Session, Fairmont Queen Elizabeth                              related to the goals and growth of student activities at all levels.”
       Le Grand Salon, Convention Level
                                                                              Clayton A. Lampman, P.E., Arcadia, Calif.
       LiNCOLN BOUiLLON AWArd                                                 Harmohindar Singh, Ph.D., P.E., , Greensboro, N.C.
       “Given in recognition of outstanding work in increasing
       the membership of the Society.”                                        MiLTON W. gArLANd COMMEMOrATiVE
                                                                              rEFrigErATiON AWArd FOr PrOjECT ExCELLENCE
       G. Ramesh Kumar, Bangalore, India                                      “Given in recognition of a non-comfort cooling refrigeration
       RAL, South India Chapter                                               application that incorporates new technology in a unique
                                                                              manner.”
       dAN MiLLS TEChNiCAL AWArd
       “Given to the Chapter CTTC Member who excels in meeting                John D. Bittner, P.E., Bethlehem, Ga.
       CTT goals in technical, energy and government activities.”             Atlanta Chapter

       Keith H. Reihl, P.E., HBDP, Cypress, Texas                             rALPh g. NEViNS PhySiOLOgy ANd hUMAN
       Region VIII, Houston Chapter                                           ENVirONMENT AWArd
                                                                              “Given to a member under 40 years of age in recognition for
       ChAPTEr PrOgrAM STAr AWArd                                             significant accomplishment in the study of physiology and human
       “Given in recognition of excellence in chapter                         response to the environment.”
       program endeavors.”
                                                                              Jan Kaczmarczyk
       Keith H. Reihl, P.E., HBDP, Cypress, Texas                             Silesian University of Technology
       Regional VIII, Houston Chapter                                         Gliwice, Poland

       WiLLiAM j. COLLiNS, jr., rESEArCh PrOMOTiON                            hOMEr AddAMS AWArd
       AWArd                                                                  “Given in recognition of a graduate student working on an
       “Given in recognition of the most outstanding fundraising              ASHRAE research project to advance engineering education.”
       campaign supporting ASHRAE research.”
                                                                              Sebastian Herrmann, Herrnhut, Germany
       George “Billy” Austin, Jr., P.E. Charlotte, N.C.                       RP – 1485, “Thermodynamic Properties of Real Moist Air,
       Region IV, Southern Piedmont Chapter                                   Dry Air, Steam, Water, and Ice”

       LOU FLAgg hiSTOriCAL AWArd                                             AShrAE TrANSACTiONS PAPEr AWArdS
       “Given to a Chapter Gold Ribbon Award winner for compiling             “Given in recognition of the best papers presented at a Transac-
       information on outstanding historical projects or persons              tions Session at a Society Meeting in 2010”
       related to HVAC&R.”
                                                                              Jeffrey D. Spitler, Ph.D., P.E., Stillwater, Okla., and Bereket A.
       Robert Bean, R.E.T. P.L. Eng. Calgary, AB, Canada                      Nigusse, Ph.D., Cocoa, Fla., for authoring “Refinements and
       Bjarne Olesen, Ph.D., Kongens Lyngby, Denmark                          Improvements to the Radiant Time Series Method” (OR-10-057)
       Kwang Woo Kim, Seoul, South Korea
       “History of Radiant Heating and Cooling Systems”                       Michael S. Waring, Ph.D., Philadelphia, Penn., and Jeffrey A.
                                                                              Siegel, Ph.D., Austin, Texas, for authoring “The Influence
       gOVErNMENT ACTiViTiES AWArd                                            of HVAC Systems on Indoor Secondary Organic Aerosol
       “Given in recognition of an ASHRAE chapter for outstanding effort      Formation” (OR-10-060)
       and achievement in state, provincial and local government activities
                                                                              Keisuke Sekiguchi, Dr. Eng., Kitaotsuka Toshima-ku, Japan;
       in connection with technical issues important to ASHRAE.”              Shisei Waragai, Dr. Eng., Kitaotskua Toshima-ku, Japan;
                                                                              Tsuneo Uekusa, Dr. Eng., Cyuo-ku, Osaka, Japan; and
       Hong Kong Chapter                                                      Kenji Yamasaki, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka, Japan for authoring
                                                                              “Development of a High-Efficiency Air Cooled Packaged Air
       STANdArdS AChiEVEMENT AWArd                                            Conditioner for Data Centers” (OR-10-036)
       “Given in recognition for excellence in volunteer service for
       developing ASHRAE standards/ guidelines.”

       Mick Schwedler, P.E., La Crosse, Wis.


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       2010 TEChNiCAL PAPEr AWArd                                           diSTiNgUiShEd SErViCE AWArd
       “Given in recognition of the best paper presented at a Technical     “Given in recognition of faithful and distinguished service on
       Paper Session at a Society Meeting in 2010”                          behalf of the Society.”

       Christian A. Gueymard, Ph.D., Colebrook, N.H. and Didier             Walid Chakroun, Ph.D., Safat, Kuwait
       Thevenard, Ph.D., P.Eng., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada for              Timothy C. Dwyer, C.Eng., Kent, UK
       authoring “Updating the ASHRAE Climatic Data for Design              Cynthia L. Gage, Ph.D., Research Triangle Park, N.C.
       and Standards”                                                       Kevin J. Gebke, P.E., Dubuque, Iowa
                                                                            David S. Godwin, Arlington, Va.
       WiLLiS h. CArriEr AWArd                                              Cecily M. Grzywacz, Landover, Md.
       “Given in recognition of the best paper presented at a Society       Robert Hu, Ph.D., Hsinchu, Taiwan
       Meeting in 2010 by a member thirty-two years of age or less.”        Phillip A. Johnson, P.E., Staunton, Va.
                                                                            Georgi S. Kazachki, Ph.D., Florence, Ky.
       Michael S. Waring, Ph.D., Philadelphia, Penn. for authoring          Essam E. Khalil, Ph.D., Giza, Cairo, Eygpt
       “The Influence of HVAC Systems on Indoor Secondary Organic           William D. Knight, Jr., P.E., Simpsonville, S.C.
       Aerosol Formation”                                                   Spencer Morasch, Sea Girt, NJ
                                                                            Guy Perrault, ing., Quebec City, PQ, Canada
       POSTEr PrESENTATiON AWArd                                            Larry Sun, P.E., Irvine, Calif.
                                                                            Samuel G. Toub, P.E., Dallas, Texas
       “Given in recognition of the best Poster Presentation at each
                                                                            Xinlei Wang, Ph.D., Urbana, Ill.
       Winter and Annual meeting in 2010.”                                  Alexander M. Zhivov, Ph.D., Champaign, IL

       Frank Lu, Ph.D., P.E., Arlington, Texas, Matthew Sitzmann,           ExCEPTiONAL SErViCE AWArd
       P.E., Irving, Texas, and Steve R. Smith, P.E., Irving, Texas
                                                                            “Given in recognition of faithful service with exemplary effort on
       for authoring “Effects of Dents in Condenser Fins on Air
       Conditioner Performance”                                             behalf of the Society.”

       AShrAE jOUrNAL PAPEr AWArd                                           Constantinos Balaras, Ph.D., P.E., Vrilissia, Greece
                                                                            Van D. Baxter, P.E., Oak Ridge, Tenn.
       “Given in recognition of the best paper published in the
                                                                            Timothy C. Dwyer, C.Eng., Kent, U.K.
       ASHRAE Journal in 2010.”                                             William S. Fleming, Madeira Beach, Fla.
                                                                            Sheila Hayter, P.E., Golden, Colo.
       Steven T. Taylor, P.E., Alameda, Calif. and C. Hwakong Cheng,        Richard D. Hermans, P.E, HFDP, Lino Lakes, Minn.
       Alameda, Calif. for authoring “Economizer High Limit Controls        Thomas M. Lawrence, Ph.D., P.E., Athens, Ga.
       and Why Enthalphy Economizers Don’t Work”                            Michael Ohadi, Ph.D., College Park, Md.
                                                                            Stanley M. Westhoff, Schenectady, N.Y.
       CrOSBy FiELd AWArd                                                   Alexander Zhivov, Ph.D., Champaign, Ill.
       “Given in recognition of the best paper published by the Society
       in 2010 with the winner being chosen from the best Transactions      ANdrEW T. BOggS SErViCE AWArd
       and Poster papers.”                                                  “Given to a past Distinguished Service Award recipient in
                                                                            recognition of continuing, unselfish, dedicated and distinguished
       Jeffrey D. Spitler, Ph.D., P.E., Stillwater, Okla., and Bereket A.   service to the Society.”
       Nigusse, Ph.D., Cocoa, Fla., for authoring “Refinements and
       Improvements to the Radiant Time Series Method”                      Richard B. Hayter, Ph.D., P.E., Presidential Member
                                                                            Manhattan, Kan.
       diSTiNgUiShEd FiFTy-yEAr MEMBEr AWArd
       “Given in recognition of fifty years of membership and distinc-      LOUiSE ANd BiLL hOLLAdAy
       tion in the arts and sciences of heating, refrigeration, air         diSTiNgUiShEd FELLOW AWArd
       conditioning and ventilation.”                                       “Given to a Fellow of the Society in recognition of continuing
                                                                            preeminence in engineering or research work.”
       Richard J. Harju, P.E., Saint Paul, Minn.
       Frederick R. Holste, P.E., Houston, Texas                            Byron W. Jones, Ph.D., P.E.
       Charles R. Knights, Louisville, Ky.                                  Manhattan, Kan.
       Oliver K. Lewis, P.E., Lawrenceville, Ga.
       Fareed Ossi, P.E., Tampa, Fla.
       Thomas Smith, F.R. Eng., C. Eng., Herts, U.K.




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       gENErAL TOUrS
       All general tours will depart from the Fairmont. Buses will be           summer to the anecdota comments of the delightful guides who
       located on the street off of the main lobby which is the Mansfield       introduce you to some of the city’s unexpected facets.
       entrance of the Fairmont. (This entrance is near the hotel reserva-
       tion desks. As you exit, the reservation desk will be to your left       You will leave the hotel by subway with a professional guide
       and sitting area will be to your right). Tours will depart promptly      who will take you to Old Montreal. You will then walk through
       at times indicated.                                                      Old Montreal on the way to a Paris-style river boat with a glass-
                                                                                roof called Bateau-Mouche. Relax in comfort and discover the
       Tour tickets may be purchased at the ASHRAE Registration desk            magnificent view of Montreal and the Saint-Lawrence River. The
       in the Hilton, Fontaine Salon A, Lower Level. Registration is            transfer back to the hotel will be done by motorcoach. Assemble
       on-line throughout the conference so you can register for a tour or      for tour at Mansfield entrance.
       event on-line at www.ashrae.org/Montreal and pick up your ticket
       at the Hilton.                                                           Cirque du Soleil – Totem
                                                                                Sunday, June 26
       Stand-by tour tickets are distributed after a tour sells out. Stand-by   4:00-8 :00 p.m.
       tickets are provided to ensure that a tour is filled in the event of     $120 (includes busing)
       no-shows or last minute cancellations. If you have a stand-by            Join us for the Cirque du Soleil production, TOTEM, which traces
       ticket, please have the exact amount of the ticket cost available to     the fascinating journey of the human species from its original
       pay at the bus.                                                          amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. The characters evolve
                                                                                on a stage evoking a giant turtle, the symbol of origin for many
       Saint-joseph’s Oratory                                                   ancient civilizations. Inspired by many founding myths, TOTEM
       Sunday, June 26                                                          illustrates, through a visual and acrobatic language, the evolution-
       1:00-5:00 p.m.                                                           ary progress of species. Somewhere between science and legend
       $38                                                                      TOTEM explores the ties that bind man to other species, his
       Discover Montréal with its bi-cultural heritage and cosmopolitan         dreams and his infinite potential.
       blend of the old and new on this comprehensive overview of
       the city. You will have the chance to see how culturally diverse         Sunday evening jazz Festival
       Montréal is, unique architecture and historical legacy, the finan-       Sunday, June 26
       cial district, Montréal’s leading museums and Montréal’s elegant         5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
       upper class communities. Along the way, the tour includes a stop         Hyatt Regency
       at the summit of Mont Royal for a panoramic view of the city and         $27
       a visit at one of the most prestigious landmarks.                        Experience Montreal’s famous International Jazz Festival from
                                                                                the city’s best vantage point. We have reserved the downtown
       Founded in 1904 by Brother André and his friends, the original           Hyatt’s 4000 sq.ft. outdoor patio located directly on St Catherine
       tiny chapel gradually grew over the 20th century into the impres-        street above the festival’s prime site. Montrealers love their “5 à 7”
       sive structure it is today. The site outlines the major milestones in    (happy hour) and ASHRAE attendees will have exclusive access
       the construction of the world’s largest sanctuary dedicated to Saint     to this great locale. This will be the perfect opportunity to see
       Joseph. Visitors can climb to 283 steps at Saint Joseph’s Oratory.       some of Montreal’s charm.

       Despite the grandeur of the Basilica that now stands on Mount            The Hyatt is within walking distance of the Hilton and Fairmont.
       Royal, you can still find within its walls some of the intimacy that     Tickets include 2 drinks and very light hors d’oeuvres. Members
       Brother André wished his visitors to experience. The Basilica has        of the host committee will assist in directing you to the Hyatt.
       been visited by several figures: Pope John Paul II in 1984, Mother       Departure point for the walk to the Hyatt will be the Mansfield
       Teresa in 1988, the Dalai Lama in 1993, and the relics of Saint          entrance of the Fairmont.
       Therese of Lisieux in 2001.
                                                                                Culinary Tastings and Walking Tour
       October 17, 2010, will remain a memorable date for all pilgrims
                                                                                Monday, June 27
       of Saint Joseph’s Oratory. On this day, Saint André Bessette—
                                                                                2:15-5:30 p.m.
       Saint Brother André—is held up by Pope Benedict XVI as a
                                                                                $38
       model of sainthood for the Universal Catholic Church.
                                                                                Discover Old Montréal’s history and charm as you explore its
                                                                                maze of cobblestone lanes and the largest concentration of 17th,
       Boat Cruise on the St. Lawrence river
                                                                                18th and 19th century buildings in North America. Featured on
       Sunday, June 26
                                                                                this guided tour are the beautiful restoration projects which have
       3:00 -7:30 p.m.
                                                                                revitalized the Old Port, City Hall, early marketplaces and civic
       $52
                                                                                buildings, original financial district, historical homes, churches
       To explore Montréal and its islands to the rhythm of the river,
                                                                                and Place Jacques-Cartier, site of 17th century skirmishes and
       nothing compares to a boat ride to discover the many splendours
                                                                                now a centre of lively street life and a learning experience of the
       of a landscape that is both urban and natural. From the terrace
                                                                                influence of the natives and their habits on our culture.
       or air-conditioned deck boat, soak in the relaxing pleasures of

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                                                                               notes
       The tour includes stops at boutiques and restaurants, where guests
       will enjoy tastings of local specialties including patés, cheese,
       pastries and maple syrup.

       The transportation to Old Montreal will be via the Metro but
       assembly point will be the Mansfield entrance at the Fairmont.

       Montreal Biodôme and the Olympic Tower
       Tuesday, June 28
       8:00 a.m.-noon
       $37
       In the heart of Montréal, just minutes from the Olympic Tower,
       this “house of life” transforms visitors into explorers and trans-
       ports them to the lush tropical rainforest of the Americas, a maple
       grove in the Laurentian Maple Forest, the banks of the Gulf of
       St. Lawrence River and the icy shores of the Labrador Coast
       and Sub-Antarctic Islands. A medley of plants, animals, rocks
       and climates, the ecosystems reproduced here are breathtakingly
       realistic and teeming with life.

       The Biodôme’s permanent exhibition – its ecosystems – is the
       perfect place for visitors to learn about the importance of preserv-
       ing biodiversity (with 750 plant species and 230 animal species).
       The creatures and plants in each ecosystem form a whole, interact-
       ing with one another and also with the air, water and soil around
       them. This is the very essence of the five ecosystems represented at
       the Biodôme.

       You may take photos for personal use in the ecosystems, but flashes,
       tripods and unipods are not allowed.

       Climbing atop of the Olympic Tower is also part of this tour.
       Tickets are provided for the funiculaire that allows people to get on
       top of the world’s highest inclined Tower.




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       TEChNiCAL TOUrS
       All technical tours will depart from the Fairmont. Buses will be            •   Total area of 110,000 m² (1 184 079 ft²)
       located on the street off of the main lobby which is the Mansfield          •   14 stories including 14,000 m² (150 700 ft²) of office space
       entrance of the Fairmont. (This entrance is near the hotel reserva-         •   21,273 seats and a capacity of 24,000 people for special events
       tion desks. As you exit the reservation desk will be to your left and       •   Two parking levels for a possibility of 635 automobiles
       sitting area will be to your right). Tours will depart promptly at          •   136 luxury private boxes
       times indicated.                                                            •   Restaurants to serve over 1,500 people
                                                                                   •   Central kitchen
       Tour tickets may be purchased at the ASHRAE Registration                    •   Suburban railroad terminal
       desk in the Hilton, Fontaine Salon A, Lower Level. Registration is
       on-line throughout the conference so you can register for a tour         Mechanical tips
       or event on-line at www.ashrae.org/Montreal and come to the                • Ventilation systems capable of handling a flow rate of
       Hilton to pick up your ticket(s).                                            1,250,000 cfm (590 000 L/s) of air during special events.
                                                                                    Systems serving the areas of public events are separate from
       Stand-by tour tickets are distributed after a tour sells out. Stand-by       those used for the daily working complex.
       tickets are provided to ensure that a tour is filled in the event of       • Air conditioning air flow of 300,000 cfm (140,000 L/s)
       no-shows or last minute cancellations. If you have a stand-by              • Air conditioning design for theater allows 11 different
       ticket, please have the exact amount of the ticket cost available            configurations of shows and events (2,500 to 24,000 people)
       to pay at the bus. Stand-by tickets are available at the ASHRAE            • Air conditioning is assured by the use of 3 chillers, having
       registration desk in the Hilton.                                             each a capacity of 1 000 tons of cooling, and by another 500
                                                                                    ton chiller used in heat recovery mode.
       Bell Center guided Tour:                                                   • Ammonia refrigeration system with a capacity of 300 tons
       home of the Montreal Canadians hockey Team                                   is used for the production of skating ice; this system is
       Monday, June 27                                                              connected to the electrical emergency network.
       2:30-6:00 p.m.
                        led
                     cel
                                                                                  • Two 25,000-V electrical entrances suitable for an electrical

                  Can
       $22                                                                          load of 6 000 kW; two generators of 1,250 kW each,
       First known as the Molson Centre when construction was com-                  capable of supporting operations during power failure.
       pleted in 1996, the arena was renamed the Centre Bell in February          • Humidity level maintain to 40% in order to satisfy the new
       of 2002. This new arena replaced the aging Montreal Forum that               NHL requirements
       was built in 1924 and was considered the most storied building in          • Smoke exhaust systems, separated in 4 quadrants have a
       hockey history. With a capacity of 21,273 seats the Centre Bell is           total capacity of 1 275 000 cfm (600,000 L/s)
       the largest arena for hockey in North America and one of the most          • Thermal station for hot water systems have a capacity of
       technologically advanced and versatile venues in the world. It’s             16,000 kW (55,000 000 Btu/h) and humidification is
       home to legendary Montreal Canadiens Hockey Club.                            assured by a steam boiler of 3,000 kg/h
                                                                                  • 119 different air conditioning systems
       Come check out the brand new Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame,              • 76 exhaust and transfer fans
       a one-of-a-kind shrine celebrating the history of hockey’s most            • 22 smoke exhaust fans
       storied franchise. The Hall of Fame offers nearly 10,000 square            • 210 fan coils
       feet of rare artifacts and interactive content on a team that has          • 240 heating units
       built an unparalleled following of fans across the province, the
       country and the sport for over 100 years. Relive the Stanley Cups,       Still today, this complex is above norms and standards in energy
       the great rivalries, the legendary performances and more in the          consumption and efficiency. The designer will be onsite to show
       newly-minted Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame. Lose yourself              attendes the technical systems and answer any technical questions.
       in the exhibits, play journalist in a Q&A session with legendary
       captain Jean Beliveau, step inside a replica of a 1950s train car        Visit http://www.centrebell.ca/en/ for more information.
       or experience a life-size version of the 1976-77 Canadiens dress-
       ing room.The Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame is a must-see               This is a behind-the-scenes tour to view mechanical rooms and
       destination for hockey fans of all ages! Spouses may also want to        special equipment but also provides an opportunity to see the
       attend to see the hockey team locker room, the press gallery and         arena. Wear comfortable shoes.
       the Museum of the Montreal Canadians.

       March 16, 2011, marked the 15th anniversary of the Bell Center.
       For the very first hockey game of the Montreal Canadiens, a
       victory over the New York Rangers by the score of 4-2 made this
       day a memorable one. In addition to the visit of the facilities,
       other features of the tour include:




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       Montreal Biodôme                                                        Beauharnois generating Station (hydro-Quebec)
       Tuesday, June 28                                                        Tuesday, June 28
       1:30-4:30 p.m.                                                          1:30-6:00 p.m.
       $22                                                                     $22
       Designers present a guided technical tour of this ASHRAE Tech-          Stop by for a tour of Beauharnois generating station, one of the
       nology Award winning facility. This “house of life” transforms          largest hydroelectric power plants in the world, just 40 km south-
       visitors into explorers and transports them to the lush tropical        west of Montreal. Equipped with 38 generating units stretching
       rainforest of the Americas, a maple grove in the Laurentian Maple       for nearly a kilometer, it’s one of Hydro-Québec’s most powerful
       Forest, the banks of the Gulf of St. Lawrence River and the icy         generating stations. The Beauharnois canal was built more than
       shores of the Labrador Coast and Sub-Antarctic Islands. A medley        75 years ago. With its award-winning Art Deco architecture, it’s
       of plants, animals, rocks and climates, the ecosystems reproduced       no wonder the power plant is one of Québec’s outstanding heritage
       here are breathtakingly realistic and teeming with life. The            buildings. The station’s rooftop deck offers a superb view of Lake
       Montreal Biodôme was opened in June 1992 and is located in a            Saint-Louis and Montréal in the distance.
       totally transformed Olympic Velodrome.
                                                                               With a total power of 1,656.8 MW, Beauharnois generating station
       Attendees will see features such as :                                   is fifth in the world for energy consumption.

            • Within the tropical ecosystem CO2 is transformed into            Camera and video recorders are permited. A light jacket and good
              oxygen by the vegetation and allow the reduction of fresh        walking shoes are recommended. People who have a pacemaker are
              air intake                                                       not allowed onsite. Please be prepared to show identification.
            • Energy recuperation on the exhaust air with a glycol
              fluid loop was one the most important reduction in               Hydro-Quebec, owner of this generating station, will guide the tour,
              energy consumption                                               designed specifically for the ASHRAE Annual Conference attendees.
            • More than 3 800 000 liters of fresh and salt water is used
              in the Biodôme basins, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, streams
              and marshes – home to life forms requiring diametrically
              opposite climatic conditions                                      notes
            • Close to 30 different hydraulic systems were developed
              for 46 bodies of water and to avoid contamination, the
              systems for most of the basins are totally isolated from
              other circuits. The main components of the hydraulic
              systems are as follows:
                 aquatic habitats (streams, basins, etc.)
                 pumps
                 filters
                 sterilization systems
                 heat exchangers
                 automatic controls
                 secondary systems
            • Filters : Four type of filters are used at the Biodôme (sand
              filters, cartridge “ 1800 synthetic perforated bio-balls”
              filters, reverse-flow subgravel filters and trickling filters)
            • Sterilization systems : By ozonization for larger systems
              and UV sterilization for smaller pools
            • Heat exchangers : Water must be kept at a temperature
              varying from 10ºC to 25ºC
            • Secondary equipment comprises the salt-water production
              and recuperation equipment, crashing-wave, swell
              machines, etc.

       The designer will be onsite to show attendes the technical systems
       and answer technical questions.

       Visit http://www2.ville.montreal.qc.ca/biodome/site/site.
       php?langue=en for more information.




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                                                                                    data Center Energy Efficiency (Code 61)
                                                                                    8:00 am – 3:00 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,
                                                                                    Lachine Ballroom (Lower Level)
                                                                                    Data centers are using an increasing amount of the total energy
                                                                                    used by commercial facilities. However, these increases have a
                                                                                    downside in that they caused a significant increase in the power
                                                                                    required and the heat dissipated by the computing equipment, such
                                                                                    that it is becoming very difficult to power and cool these systems
                                                                                    in data centers or telecommunications rooms. This course exam-
                                                                                    ines the best practices for data center energy efficiency by focusing
                                                                                    on thermal guidelines for data processing, datacom facility energy
       AShrAE 2011 ANNUAL CONFErENCE                                                efficiency, and actual high density data centers in operation today.
                                                                                    Instructors:        Don Beaty, P.E., Member ASHRAE
       TrAiNiNg FOr iN-dEPTh LEArNiNg –                                                                 Roger Schmidt, Ph.D., P.E., Member ASHRAE
       Full-day Seminars & half-day Courses

       ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) seminars and courses will be                 hALF-dAy ShOrT COUrSES
       held at the Hilton Montreal Bonaventure. Each seminar and                    Registration fees: $159 per course;
       courses will carry Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and/or                  $119 for ASHRAE members
       Professional Development Hours (PDHs), which can be applied                  Completion of the course earns 3 PDHs/AIA LUs or .3 CEUs
       toward maintaining your P.E. licensure. Registration for the semi-           (check with your state for their continuing education credit requirements)
       nars and courses will be in the Hilton Montreal Bonaventure, Fon-
       taine Salon A, Lower Level.
                                                                                    SATUrdAy, jUNE 25, 2011
       FULL-dAy PrOFESSiONAL                                                        Fundamental requirements of AShrAE Standard 62.1-
       dEVELOPMENT SEMiNArS                                                         2010 (Code 62)
       Registration fees: $485 per course;                                          12:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,
       $395 for ASHRAE members                                                      Fontaine Salon H (Lower Level)
       Completion of the seminar earns 6 PDHs/AIA LUs or .6 CEUs                    Focusing on the basic requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62.1-
       (check with your state for their continuing education credit requirements)   2010 Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, this course
                                                                                    covers the scope, application and multiple compliance paths
                                                                                    available in the standard including the ventilation rate procedure,
                                                                                    indoor air quality procedure, and natural ventilation procedure.
       SATUrdAy, jUNE 25, 2011                                                      Many of the standard’s general requirements apply regardless of
                                                                                    the procedure used. In the 2010 version, the IAQ procedure is
       Complying with ANSi/AShrAE/iES Standard 90.1-2010                            rewritten and the natural ventilation procedure is new. The differ-
       (Code 60)                                                                    ent application conditions for the ventilation rate procedure are
       8:00 am – 3:00 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,                              also described. This course is highly recommended for all HVAC
       Lasalle Ballroom (Lower Level)                                               designers and engineers.
       This seminar is targeted at design professionals, code officials and         Instructor:        Hoy Bohanon, P.E., Member ASHRAE
       building owners. Since 1989, the various versions of Standard
       90.1 have been the benchmarks for commercial building energy
       codes in the United States and a key basis for standards in more
       than 15 countries around the world. The 2010 update of Standard
                                                                                    SUNdAy, jUNE 26, 2011
       90.1 is a major revision, with a goal of saving 30% more energy
                                                                                    Using Standard 90.1 to Meet LEEd requirements
       than the 2004 version. The 2010 version includes changes to
                                                                                    (Code 63)
       Scope and Purpose, along with other changes based on the 122
                                                                                    3:15 pm – 6:15 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,
       addenda that were considered.
                                                                                    Lachine Ballroom (Lower Level)
       Instructors:       Joseph Deringer, AIA, Member ASHRAE
                                                                                    Appendix G, an informative appendix in Standard 90.1 added in
                          Mack Wallace, P.E., Member ASHRAE
                                                                                    2004, is the focus of this course. Targeted toward design profession-
                                                                                    als and building owners, it provides specific guidance on the rules
                                                                                    and procedures to simulate building energy use when the objective
                                                                                    is to substantially exceed the requirements of 90.1. Appendix G is
                                                                                    especially useful for energy simulations connected with LEED
                                                                                    credits and U.S. energy tax credits.
                                                                                    Instructors:        Joseph Deringer, AIA, Member ASHRAE
                                                                                                        Mack Wallace, P.E., Member ASHRAE



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       Application of AShrAE Standard 62.1-2010: Multiple                    TUESdAy, jUNE 28, 2011
       Spaces Equations (Code 64)
       3:15 pm – 6:15 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,                       Project Management for improved iAQ (Code 67)
       Lasalle Ballroom (Lower Level)                                        9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,
       Applying ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2010 to multiple spaces can be          Fontaine Salon E (Lower Level)
       challenging even for advanced HVAC practitioners. This new, ad-       The course covers the 5 strategies of Objective 1 of the ASHRAE
       vanced course covers the new Appendix A method and focuses on         IAQ Guide, Best Practices for Design, Construction and Commis-
       using the new spreadsheet from the 2010 Users Manual. The sub-        sioning. These strategies are: integrate design approach and solu-
       ject material includes both constant volume and VAV applications      tions; commission to ensure that the owner’s IAQ requirements
       and then examines certain cases where secondary recirculation         are met; select HVAC systems to improve IAQ and reduce the
       applies. The course intent is to develop proficiency in using the     energy impacts of ventilation; employ project scheduling and
       spreadsheet tool for improving design solutions that will comply      manage construction activities to facilitate good IAQ; and facili-
       with the 2010 Standard. A copy of the spreadsheet will be pro-        tate effective operation and maintenance for IAQ.
       vided and attendees are strongly encouraged to bring their lap-       Instructor:        Hoy Bohanon, P.E., Member ASHRAE
       tops to learn the power of the spreadsheet and the effect on total
       outdoor air required when changing different design parameters.       Advanced high-Performance Building design
       In-class exercises will be conducted, so attendees will benefit       (Code 68)
       from using their own PC.                                              2:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,
       Instructor:        Hoy Bohanon, P.E., Member ASHRAE                   Fontaine Salon E (Lower Level)
                                                                             This course focuses on advanced concepts involved in applying
                                                                             Standards 90.1 and 189.1 to achieve High-Performance Building
       MONdAy, jUNE 27, 2011                                                 Design. More emphasis will be placed on specific case study ex-
                                                                             amples in this portion of the course to help the student go beyond
                                                                             the minimum requirements of these standards. Course content
       Basic of high-Performance Building design (Code 65)
                                                                             should be suitable for architects and engineers.
       2:30 pm – 5:30 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,
                                                                             Instructor:       Jeff Ross-Bain, P.E.,
       Lasalle Ballroom (Lower Level)
                                                                                               Member ASHRAE, BEMP
       This course focuses on the basic applications of Standard 90.1 and
       189.1 to achieve High-Performance Building Design. The focus
       of this course is to understand the differences in purpose and re-
       quirements between 189.1 and 90.1. Course content should be            notes
       suitable for architects and engineers.
       Instructor:        Tom Lawrence, Ph.D., P.E., Member ASHRAE

       Energy Management in New and Existing Buildings
       (Code 66)
       2:30 pm – 5:30 pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure,
       Lachine Ballroom (Lower Level)
       Buildings use 40% of US energy, of which one-third can be easily
       saved. To achieve this goal, building professionals can utilize en-
       ergy management. This is an orderly process in which managers
       use resources at their disposal to accomplish clear, energy-saving
       objectives. Sustained energy management is the quickest, cheap-
       est, cleanest way to expand our world’s energy supplies and re-
       duce greenhouse gas emissions.

       This course weaves together energy management principles of the
       ASHRAE Handbook - HVAC Applications, Energy Star Guide-
       lines, and practical experience of successful energy managers.
       Numerous case studies are discussed, including a hospital, high-
       rise building, bank and convention center. Together, these success-
       ful examples demonstrate how to take advantage of the Energy
       Star “Portfolio Manager” for documented performance tracking
       and national recognition as an “Energy Star”.
       Instructor:        Richard Pearson, P.E.,
                          Fellow/Life Member ASHRAE




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              STANdiNg COMMiTTEE ChAirS
              As this Society year draws to a close, I want to thank you for your service as a standing committee chair. We rely on
              our volunteer leaders to set ambitious goals and provide strong leadership, and I appreciate all that you and your com-
              mittee have accomplished this year.

              ASHRAE is recognized throughout the industry for high quality, authoritative technical material in our Handbook,
              standards, guidelines, design guides and educational courses. Your efforts this year have contributed to our effective-
              ness and advanced our progress. I am impressed by the number of committees that have accelerated their efforts and
              held conference calls and interim meetings. It has been a productive year.

              As you have experienced, ASHRAE provides you an opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from diverse back-
              grounds. I have found the insights gained from my ASHRAE colleagues to be invaluable, both in technical knowledge
              and developing leadership skills. I hope you have found your service as committee chair to be both satisfying and
              personally rewarding.

              I appreciate the time and talent that you contributed this year as a standing committee chair. It was a pleasure working
              with you. Thank you!

              Personal regards,

              Lynn G. Bellenger, P.E., Fellow ASHRAE
              ASHRAE President




              Ronald E. Jarnagin, Chair                Renison W. Tisdale, Jr. , Chair          Cynthia L. Gage, Chair
              Advocacy Committee                       Historical Committee                     Refrigeration Committee

              Darryl K. Boyce, Chair                   Lee W. Burgett, Chair                    James E. Braun, Chair
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              Bill Williams, Jr. , Chair               Isabelle Lavoie, Chair                   John C. Rhodes, Chair
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                                                       William A. Harrison, Chair               Thomas E. Werkema, Jr. , Chair
              William E. Dietrich, Chair               Nominating Committee                     Society Rules Committee
              Conferences and Expositions
              Committee                                Kenneth M. Fulk, Chair                   H. Michael Newman, Chair
                                                       Planning Committee                       Standards Committee
              Amy K. Patenaude, Chair
              Electronic Communications                Ronald E. Jarnagin, Chair                Charlie D. Curlin, Jr., Chair
              Committee                                President-Elect Advisory Committee       Student Activities Committee

              Lawrence J. Schoen, Chair                Filza H. Walters, Chair                  Charles C. Wilkin, Chair
              Environmental Health Committee           Professional Development                 Technical Activities Committee
                                                       Committee
              Thomas E. Watson, Chair                                                           Nicolas Lemire, Chair
              Finance Committee                        John A. Clark, Chair                     Young Engineers in ASHRAE
                                                       Publications Committee                   Committee
              William J. McCartney, Chair
              Handbook Committee



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                                Sunday, june 26
Tech Program




                                                                                              3. Establishing Building Recommissioning Priorities and Potential Energy
                                                                                              Savings from Utility Energy Data (ML-11-003)
                                  8:00 AM – 9:30 AM                                           Kevin P. Hallinan, Ph.D., Phil Brodrick, Student Member, J. Kelly Kissock,
                                                                                              Ph.D., P.E., Member, Robert J. Brecha, Ph.D. and Jessica Nothridge,
                                                                                              Student Member, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH
                      Technical Paper Session 1 (Advanced)
               Getting the Most Out of Building Energy Assessments                                Conference Paper Session 1 (intermediate)
               Track: Commissioning                                                           Discovering Data Center Energy; Use with Dynamic
               Room: Hampstead                                                                Modeling, Working with Standard 90.1; and a New
               Chair: Sarah E. Maston, P.E., Member, Advanced Building Performance,
                                                                                              Energy Reuse Metric
               Hudson, MA
                                                                                              Track: HVAC Applications
                  The papers in this session present methodologies and techniques for esti-   Room: Westmount
               mating potential energy savings from building-commissioning and by con-        Sponsor: 09.09 Mission Critical Facilities, Technology Spaces and
               ducting building energy audits or assessments.                                 Electronic Equipment
               1. The Nearest Neighborhood Method to Improve Uncertainty Estimates in         Chair: Nick Gangemi, P.E., Member, Data Aire, Penfield, NY
               Statistical Building Energy Models (ML-11-001)                                     Energy  conservation and  modeling of  that  use  is  critical in  data center 
               Lei Yafeng, Ph.D., P.E.1, T. Agami Reddy, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE2          designs  starting  yesterday. A  dynamic  model  development  is  discussed  to 
               and Kris Subbarao, Ph.D., Member3, (1)Nexant, Inc., Houston, TX, (2)           help predict how the cooling equipment is operated off-design and its impact 
               Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, (3)Pacific Northwest National             on the energy consumption. Thus far, most facilities have gone without econ-
               Laboratory, Richland, WA                                                       omizers  and  provided  little  exposure  for  designers  to  Standard  90.1.  This 
               2. Energy Assessments of Building Sites: Methodology and Techniques            session walks through applying the standard to data centers. Finally, the en-
               (ML-11-002)                                                                    ergy reuse effectiveness metric (ERE) is discussed; the development and ap-
               Alexander Zhivov, Ph.D., Member1, Jorma Pietilainen, Associate Member2,        plication of the metric. 
               Fritz Schmidt, Dr.Ing.3, Erja Reinikainen4 and Alfred W. Woody, P.E.,          1. Development of a Dynamic Energy Use Modeling Tool for Data Center
               Fellow Life Member5, (1)U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Champaign, IL, (2)       Cooling Infrastructure (ML-11-C001)
               VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, Finland, (3)Ennovatis         Dustin W. Demetriou, Student Member1, H. Ezzat Khalifa, Ph.D., Fellow
               GmbH, Tunnelstrasse 14, Germany, (4)Olof Granlund Oy, Heksinki,                ASHRAE1, Roger Schmidt, Member2 and Madhusudan Iyengar, Ph.D.,
               Finland, (5)Ventilation/Energy Applications, PLLC, Norton Shores, MI           Member2, (1)Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, (2)IBM, Poughkeepsie, NY

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       2. Towards the Net-Zero Data Center: Development and Application of an                                     Seminar 3 (intermediate)
       Energy Reuse Metric (ML-11-C002)
       Michael Patterson, Ph.D., P.E., Member1, Otto VanGeet2, William Tschudi,               Challenges in Connecting Commercial and Retail Buildings
       P.E., Member3 and Dan Azevedo4, (1)Eco-Technology Program Office,                      to the Smart Grid
       Intel Corporation, Hillboro, OR, (2)National Renewable Energy Laboratory,              Track: Net Zero Buildings
       Golden, CO, (3)Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA,                    Room: Mont Royal
                                                                                              Sponsor: 07.05 Smart Building Systems
       (4)Symantec Corporation, Springfield, OR
                                                                                              Chair: Meli Stylianou, CanmetENERGY, Varennes, QC, Canada
       3. Navigating ASHRAE SSPC 90.1,-2010 Requirements for Economizers in
       Datacom (ML-11-C003)
                                                                                                  Operating buildings to achieve comfort is challenging in the best of times, 
       David Quirk, P.E., Member, Verizon Wireless, Basking Ridge, New Jersey                 therefore it could be perceived as an insurmountable difficulty to use these 
                                                                                              buildings as assets to the electrical grid while still maintaining the occupants 
                                                                                              happy. This seminar seeks to address issues related to the integration of com-
                           Seminar 1 (intermediate)                                           mercial and retail buildings into an interactive electrical network and present 
       Alternative Thermodynamic Cycles                                                       case studies of buildings that have successfully implemented automated de-
       and Systems for Increased Sustainability                                               mand response strategies. The issues addressed include communication be-
       Track: Alternative Technologies                                                        tween the building and the grid and the alternative control strategies that can 
       Room: Verdun                                                                           be initiated to lower electrical demand following signals from the grid. 
       Sponsor: 01.01 Thermodynamics and Psychrometrics                                       1. Impact of Automatic Demand Response (ADR) in Retail Buildings
       Chair: Laura Schaefer, Ph.D., Member, University of Pittsburgh,                        Mark Schembri, Loblaw Properties Limited, Toronto, ON, Canada
       Pittsburgh, PA                                                                         2. Can Commercial Buildings Act as a Generator Participating in Ancillary
           As the public has become more aware of the economic and environmental              Services Markets on the Smart Grid?
       implications of energy systems, funding for alternative energy systems has             Sila Kiliccote, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
       started to increase. This seminar examines the thermodynamic basics of three           3. Fully Automated Demand Response Case Study: Bell Trinity Square
       alternative energy systems, discusses implications for their application, and          Meli Stylianou, CanmetENERGY, Varennes, QC, Canada
       examines their potential contribution to a more sustainable built environment          4. Demand Response 2.0: Automating Demand Response to Leverage
       and transportation systems.                                                            Energy Load as a Strategic Opportunity
       1. Innovations in Development and Implementation of CO2 Cycles                         Clay Collier, Honeywell, San Rafael, CA
       Thomas Kuehn, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, University of Minnesota,
       Minneapolis, MN
       2. Analysis of an Efficient Organic Rankine Cycle for Power Generation                                     Seminar 4 (intermediate)
       Samuel Sami, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, TransPacific Energy, Inc.,
       Carlsbad, CA                                                                           High Efficiency Space and Water Heating:




                                                                                                                                                                                    Tech Program
                                                                                                                                                                                    Tech Program
       3. An Adsorption System to Integrate with the Recent Development of
                                                                                              The Combination Approach
       Emission Control for Heavy-Duty Vehicles
                                                                                              Track: HVAC Applications
       Yongfang Zhong, Ph.D., Associate Member, Penn State University –                       Room: Cote St Luc
                                                                                              Sponsor: 06.06 Service Water Heating Systems
       Behrend, Erie, PA
                                                                                              Chair: Fred Goldner, Member, Energy Management Research
                                                                                              Associates, East Meadow, NY
                                                                                                  Combination  Systems  provide  and  interesting  and  exciting  opportunity 
                           Seminar 2 (intermediate)                                           for  high  efficiency  space  and  water  heating  in  one  package.  With  Canada 
       BIM Load Calculations: Pain or Pleasure? Phase 2 of the                                publishing  a  new  standard  for  rating  combination  systems  (CSA  P.9)  and 
       Case Study Involving the ASHRAE HQ Building                                            TC6.06  reopening  the  ASHRAE  Standard  for  rating  combination  systems 
       Track: Engineering Tools                                                               (SPC 124) combination systems have an increasing opportunity. This seminar 
       Room: Lachine                                                                          discusses several types of combination systems in terms of their design, rat-
       Sponsor: 04.01 Load Calculation Data and Procedures                                    ing, application, and performance. Laboratory testing and preliminary field 
       Chair: Glenn Friedman, P.E., Member, Taylor Engineering, Alameda, CA                   results from a 400 home combination system installation is also discussed. 
            BIM, building information modeling, is a tool to enhance the efficiency of        1. Testing Combination Systems to CSAP.9
       integrated  building  design  including  HVAC  design.  This  seminar  looks           Rosalyn Cochrane, NRCan, Ottawa, ON, Canada
       at  two  different  attempts  to  create  building  HVAC  load  calculations  using 
                                                                                              2. Designing a Highly Efficient Combination Space/Water Heating System
       current BIM technology and examines the barriers and success. The ASHRAE               Martin Thomas, Member, CANMET Energy Technology Centre, Ottawa,
       HQ  building  is  the  example  used  in  the  Load  Calculations  Chapter  of  the    ON, Canada
       ASHRAE Handbook. Since this example is published and sets a load calcula-              3. The Performance of Residential Combination Hydronic Systems
       tion baseline for comparison, this same example is used for this seminar.              Thomas Butcher, Ph.D., Member, Brookhaven National Laboratory,
       1. BIM to Load Example Using the ASHRAE HQ Building                                    Upton, NY
       Steve Bruning, P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, Newcomb & Boyd, Atlanta, GA                        4. Designing a Standard Set of Specifications for Combination System
       2. BIM Data Exchange for Loads: Understanding the Analytical Model                     Installation
       Christopher Wilkins, P.E., Member, Hallam-ICS, South Burlington, VT                    Ben Schoenbauer, Associate Member, Center for Energy and Environment,
       3. BIM Load Calculations - Pain or Pleasure? A Case Study Involving the                Minneapolis, MN
       ASHRAE Headquarters Building
       Stephen Roth, P.E., Member, Carmel Software, San Rafael, CA


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                                  Seminar 5 (intermediate)                                                              9:45 AM – 10:45 AM
               Numerical Methods for Predicting Outdoor Dispersion
               from Exhaust Stacks                                                                        Technical Paper Session 2 (intermediate)
               Track: Engineering Tools
               Room: Lasalle                                                                       Improving Residential Hot Water Heater Energy Efficiency
               Sponsor: 04.03 Ventilation Requirements and Infiltration, 09.10                     Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
               Laboratory Systems                                                                  Room: Outremont
               Chair: Michael Ratcliff, Ph.D., P.E., Member, RWDI, Redlands, CA                    Chair: Gary Debes, Member, SNC-Lavalin Project Services,
                                                                                                   Kansas City, KS
                   Exhaust stacks emit pollutants that may be re-entrained into building out-
               side air intakes, thus potentially creating indoor air pollution problems. These        The papers in this session paper discusses the challenges in applying a linear 
               issues can be important for central plants, boiler exhausts, kitchen exhausts,      model for predicting the daily efficiency of a water heater and the simulation of 
               and  laboratories.  Numerical  methods,  ranging  from  simple  algebraic  equa-    different domestic hot water (DHW) systems to study their fuel consumptions, 
               tions to computational fluid dynamics (CFD) have long been available as an          green house gas (GHG) emissions and 30-year lifecycle costs. 
               alternative to wind tunnel modeling of exhaust stacks and dispersion of pol-        1. Energy and Environmental Analysis of Residential Hot Water Systems;
               lutants. This seminar explores recent trends and the current state of the art in    A Study for Ontario, Canada (ML-11-004)
               numerical methods. CFD and simple equations are covered. Comparisons are            Gurjot Gill and Alan S. Fung, Ph.D., P.E., Ryerson University, Toronto,
               made to some wind tunnel modeling as well.                                          ON, Canada
               1. Updated Dispersion Model for the ASHRAE Applications and Lab Design              2. Input-Output Approach to Predicting the Energy Efficiency of Residential
               Handbooks                                                                           Water Heaters- Testing of Gas Tankless and Electric Storage Water Heaters
               Brad Cochran, Member, CPP, Fort Collins, CO                                         (ML-11-005)
               2. CFD Approaches to Predicting Dilution from Exhaust Stacks in Urban Areas         William M. Healy, Ph.D., Member, Tania Ullah and John Roller, National
               Ted Stathopoulos, Ph.D., P.E., Member , Mauricio Chavez and Ali
                                                         1                   1                     Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
               Bahloul, Ph.D.2, (1)Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada, (2)
               IRSST( Institut de recherche Robert-Sauve en sante et en securite du
               travail), West Montreal, QC, Canada                                                      Conference Paper Session 2 (intermediate)
               3. Evaluation of Several Simple Numerical Methods Against Wind                      Computer Room Cooling? Liquid Cooling Shifts the Focus
               Tunnel Modeling                                                                     to Cooling the Equipment
               Michael Ratcliff, Ph.D., P.E., Member, RWDI, Redlands, CA                           Track: HVAC Applications
                                                                                                   Room: Westmount
                                                                                                   Sponsor: 09.09 Mission Critical Facilities, Technology Spaces and
                                                                                                   Electronic Equipment
                                         Seminar 6 (Basic)                                         Chair: Rick Pavlak, P.E., Member, Heapy Engineering, Dayton, OH
Tech Program




               Specify, Implement and Maintain:                                                        This session focuses on alternative methods of removing heat generated 
               Three Strategies for Successful ERV Projects                                        from data center server operation. Recent ASHRAE publications sponsored 
               Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment                                                   by TC 9.9 Mission Critical Facilities and Electronic Equipment Rooms focus 
               Room: Outremont                                                                     the goal of providing an acceptable server inlet air condition, not cooling the 
               Sponsor: 05.05 Air-to-Air Energy Recovery                                           computer room. This focus is different than the general focus on conditioning 
               Chair: Carol Marriott, P.Eng., Member, Carol Marriott Consulting,                   the interior building spaces for human comfort. Papers focus on alternative 
               Minneapolis, MN
                                                                                                   cooling strategies that use liquid cooling heat transfer applications to capture 
                   The  successful  use  of  air-to-air  energy  recovery  ventilation  (AAERV)    and  remove  the  heat  generated  by  the  data  center  servers.  If  a  data  center 
               technologies to save money and create superior indoor environments depends          mechanical system is to be achieving a net zero design the power used to cool 
               on a number of factors to ensure that you get the most out of your high per-        the servers will need to be reduced substantially. Alternative cooling methods 
               formance HVAC systems. Firstly, AHRI certifies the performance of energy            must be developed and deployed to achieve the goal. 
               recovery  ventilation  (ERV)  components  using  AHRI  Standard  1060  and          1. Use of Passive, Rear-Door Heat Exchangers to Cool Low to Moderate
               ASHRAE  Standard  84,  both  of  which  have  been  updated  with  new  provi-      Heat Loads (ML-11-C004)
               sions. Secondly, there are a number of projects that use ERV in a variety of        Kailash Karki, Ph.D.1, Shlomo Novotny2, Amir Radmehr1 and Suhas
               interesting ways and where AAERV has been used effectively in and around            Patankar1, (1)Innovative Research, Inc., Plymouth, MN, (2)Vette Corp.
               Montreal and Quebec. Finally, best practices for maintaining AAERV system           2. Energy Efficient and Lower Capital Cost:: An Alternative Data Center
               performance are presented.                                                          Cooling Strategy (ML-11-C005)
               1. AHRI 1060, Performance Rating of Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers for                  William Tschudi, P.E., Member1 and Phil Hughes2, (1)Lawrence Berkeley
               Energy Recovery Ventilation Heat Equipment                                          National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, (2)Clustered Systems, Palo Alto, CA
               Eric Chen, Member, Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute,
               Arlington, VA
               2. Successful Air-to-Air Energy Recovery Ventilation Applications in Quebec
               Sebastien Charbonneau, ing., Member, BPR, Montreal, QC, Canada
                                                                                                               Conference Paper Session 3 (Basic)
               3. Maintenance Considerations for Air-to-Air Energy Recovery                        Renewable Energy Technologies for
               Ventilation Equipment                                                               Achieving “Net-Zero” Energy Design
               Paul Pieper, Member, Venmar CES, St-Leonard-d’Aston, QC, Canada                     Track: Net Zero Buildings
                                                                                                   Room: Mont Royal
                                                                                                   Chair: James Vallort, Member, Environmental Systems Design, Chicago, IL

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          The  papers  present  design  strategies  and  technologies  including  solar           As the emphasis on zero net energy buildings intensifies, selecting fans 
       photovoltaic, solar thermal, a wind turbine, biomass stoves and other renew-           which use the minimum energy becomes more critical. This seminar reviews 
       able energy strategies to design net zero energy and low energy buildings.             the current status of minimum energy standards. A major point will be that the 
       1. Renewable Energy Design and Performance of LEED EB Platinum                         selection of fans must be done using total pressure. 
       Building for Zero Energy Performance (ML-11-C006)                                      1. How to Use the Full Energy Potential of Fans
       Jessica L. Minor, Student Member and Kevin P. Hallinan, Ph.D., University              John Cermak, Ph.D., Member, ACME Engineering & Manufacturing
       of Dayton, Dayton, OH                                                                  Corp., Tulsa, OK
       2. Achieving Passivhaus Standard in North America: Lessons Learned                     2. Determining Required System Pressure (It’s Always Total)
       (ML-11-C007)                                                                           John Murphy, Ph.D., Member, Jogram Inc, New Philadelphia, OH
       James Scott Brew, Rocky Mountain Institute, Boulder, CO
                                                                                                                     Forum 1 (intermediate)
                           Seminar 7 (intermediate)                                           What Should Be in a Moisture Management Chapter in the
                                                                                              ASHRAE Handbook?
       Emerging Wireless Technologies for HVAC Applications
                                                                                              Track: Commissioning
       Track: Alternative Technologies
                                                                                              Room: Lasalle
       Room: Verdun                                                                           Sponsor: 01.12 Moisture Management in Buildings
       Sponsor: 07.05 Smart Building Systems, 01.05 Computer Applications                     Chair: Alex McGowan, P.Eng., Member, Levelton Consultants Ltd.,
       Chair: Xiaohui Zhou, Ph.D., Member, Iowa Energy Center, Energy                         Victoria, BC, Canada
       Resource Station, Ankeny, IA
                                                                                                  Many aspects of equipment performance and the interaction between the 
            Using wireless technologies for building controls could be cost-effective 
                                                                                              weather, the building envelope, its systems and its occupants will either lead 
       and convenient; however, traditional wireless devices required either a power 
                                                                                              to  moisture  accumulation  or  prevent  it.  Moisture  accumulation  can  lead  to 
       wire or batteries which require maintenance as well as proper disposal. The 
                                                                                              decay, corrosion, and mold growth, among other things. At present, the guid-
       first part of this session will discuss employing the “energy harvesting” con-
                                                                                              ance for these issues are spread among various handbook chapters, and some 
       cept as a power solution to wireless sensor networks. Self-powered wireless 
                                                                                              issues  are  not  addressed  at  all  in  the  Handbooks. This  forum  solicits  input 
       sensors and actuators using energy that created from slight changes in motion, 
                                                                                              from ASHRAE members on the value of a separate chapter specifically writ-
       pressure,  light,  temperature  or  vibration  will  be  introduced.  Research  and 
                                                                                              ten to address moisture management in buildings, including design, construc-
       field application examples are given to show that this technology can produce 
                                                                                              tion, operation and maintenance and commissioning. 
       the sustainable power generation sufficient to operate a multitude of wireless 
       sensors  for  building  applications.  The  second  speaker  discusses  a  retrofit 
       project  using  wireless  sensors  and  ZigBee  protocol  to  expand  the  existing 
       direct digital control (DDC) system capability, and evaluate HVAC system 
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       performance via automated fault diagnostics and neural nets. 
       1. Emerging Wireless Technology: No Wires. No Batteries. No Limits                            Technical Paper Session 3 (intermediate)
       Jim O’Callaghan, EnOcean Inc., Cottonwood Heights, UT
                                                                                              Improvements in Heat Pump Performance and Simulation
       2. Utilizing Wireless Sensors in Automated Fault Diagnostics to Optimize
                                                                                              Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
       and Commission a Dual Duct System
                                                                                              Room: Outremont
       Kristopher L. Kinney, Associate Member, Scientific Conservation, Atlanta, GA
                                                                                              Chair: Renison Tisdale, P.E., Member, Vansant & Gusler, Inc., Norfolk, VA
                                                                                                  As part of a two-part paper, one paper describes extensive tests performed 
                           Seminar 8 (intermediate)                                           on a 3-ton split system heat pump in heating mode at various operating condi-
       Role of Technology in Shaping the History of the United States                                                                                                         
                                                                                              tions.  The  second  part  describes  simulations  performed  and  compared  to 
       Track: Professional Skills                                                             the tests and the various improvements discovered to improve the modeling 
       Room: Hampstead                                                                        approach. A third paper discusses improvements in heat pump performance 
       Sponsor: 01.11 Electric Motors and Motor Control                                       by means of a new technology. 
       Chair: David Zimmerman, P.E., Member, Rollie Johnson, Inc., St. Lois, MO               1. The Impact of Refrigerant Charge, Air Flow and Expansion Devices on the
           This session examines the evolution of the United States from colonial days        Measured Performance of an Air-Source Heat Pump, Part 1 (ML-11-006)
       through the revolution and establishment of the Country. It explores the rela-         Bo Shen, Ph.D., Member1, James E. Braun, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE2
       tionship between the U.S. economy and technology through 2010 and follows              and Eckhard A. Groll, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE2, (1)Oak Ridge National
       with an extrapolation of our continued journey to a sustainable future.                Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, (2)Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
       1. Role of Technology in Shaping the History of the United States                      2. Modeling Improvements for Air Source Heat Pumps using Different
       Bill Coad, P.E., Presidential Fellow Life Member, Coad Engineering                     Expansion Devices at Varied Charge Levels, Part 2 (ML-11-007)
       Enterprises, St Louis, MO                                                              Bo Shen, Ph.D., Member1, Eckhard A. Groll, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE2 and
                                                                                              James E. Braun, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE2, (1)Oak Ridge National
                                                                                              Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, (2)Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
                                 Seminar 9 (Basic)                                            3. Using an Optimizer to Improve Heat Pump Performance (ML-11-008)
       Selecting Fans for Minimum Energy Usage                                                Bin Zheng, Ph.D., P.E.1, Mingsheng Liu, Ph.D., P.E., Member2, Chad
       Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment                                                      Ballain3 and Jinrong Wang3, (1)DTL Controls, LLC, Omaha,, NE, (2)
       Room: Lachine                                                                          University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE, (3)Omaha Public Power District,
       Sponsor: 05.01 Fans                                                                    Omaha, NE
       Chair: John Murphy, Ph.D., Member, Jogram Inc, New Philadelphia, OH


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                    Conference Paper Session 4 (intermediate)                                                             Seminar 11 (intermediate)
               Improving Indoor Air Quality                                                            Panel Discussion: How to Meet ASHRAE Standards 55, 62,
               Track: HVAC Applications                                                                90, and 189.1 in a Healthy, Sustainable Building
               Room: Westmount                                                                         Track: HVAC Applications
               Sponsor: 04.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling, 09.06 Healthcare                          Room: Cote St Luc
               Facilities, 09.01 Large Building Air-Conditioning Systems                               Sponsor: Environmental Health Committee, GPC10
               Chair: Megan Tosh, P.E., Associate Member, Stan Weaver Company,                         Chair: Hal Levin, Fellow ASHRAE, Building Ecology Research Group,
               Orlando, FL                                                                             Santa Cruz, CA
                   Quality of indoor air is essential in all HVAC applications. More extensive             Those who want to address sustainability and health must not only comply 
               care is given to improving the indoor air quality of facilities where there is high     with  the  relevant ASHRAE  standards,  they  must  understand  the  interactions 
               risk of communicable disease. Different methods of fresh air delivery to a space        among  various  indoor  environmental  factors  that  affect  the  performance  of   
               require varying techniques of modeling to determine effectiveness and air quality.                                                                                           
                                                                                                       the  building  and  the  health  and  well-being  of  the  occupants.  The  recently 
               Advancements in the development of filtration media can aid in the improvement          published ASHRAE  Guideline  10-2011  identifies  and  discusses  interactions 
               of air quality. This session reviews critical applications, modeling methods, re-       among various indoor environmental factors (IAQ, thermal conditions, noise 
               frigerant safety and techniques for improving the filtration industry all with the      and  light)  that  must  be  considered  when  designing  healthy,  sustainable      
               purpose of improving indoor air quality.                                                buildings.  Panelists  —  three  current  chairs  and  one  immediate  past-chair  — 
               1. Application of ASHRAE Standard 15-2010 with Respect to                               represent the four most relevant standards project committees addressing the 
               Multi-Evaporator Split Air-Conditioning Systems (ML-11-C008)                            interactions between and among the indoor environmental implications of the 
               Stephen W. Duda, P.E., Member, Ross & Baruzzini, Inc., St. Louis, MO                    four standards. 
               2. Energy Saving Using Mixed Air In Rooms Conditioned by Chilled Ceiling                1. Standard 55 and Healthy, Sustainable Buildings
               Displacement Ventilation System (ML-11-C009)                                            Gwelen Paliaga, Associate Member, Taylor Engineering, LLC, Alameda, CA
               Kamel Abou Ghali, Ph.D., Member1, Walid M. Chakroun, Ph.D., P.E.,                       2. Standard 62.1 and Healthy, Sustainable Buildings
               Fellow ASHRAE2 and Nesreen Ghaddar, Ph.D., Member1, (1)American                         Roger Hedrick, Architectural Energy Corp., Boulder, CO
               University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, (2)Kuwait University, Kuwait, Kuwait             3. Standard 90.1 and Healthy, Sustainable Buildings
               3. Application of Nanofibrous Membranes with Antimicrobial Agents                       Mick Schwedler, P.E., Member, Trane, La Crosse, WI
               (ML-11-C010)                                                                            4. Standard 189.1 and Healthy, Sustainable Buildings
               Andrea Gregg, Student Member and Julia Keen, Member, Kansas State                       Dennis Stanke, P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, The Trane Company, La Crosse, WI
               University, Manhattan, KS
               4. HVAC Design to Reduce Risk of Communicable Disease in Child Care
               Center Infant and Toddler Rooms (ML-11-C011)
                                                                                                                          Seminar 12 (intermediate)
               Larry Dlugosz, Ph.D., Member1 and Wei Sun, P.E., Member2, (1)Walter Reed
                                                                                                       Methodologies for Determining Environmental Impacts
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               Army Medical Center, Washington, DC, (2)Engsysco Inc., Ann Arbor, MI
                                                                                                       of Buildings
                                                                                                       Track: Engineering Tools
                                  Seminar 10 (intermediate)                                            Room: Lachine
               Commissioning: New Buildings without It                                                 Sponsor: 02.08 Building Environmental Impacts and Sustainability,
               and at an Existing Major Airport Terminal                                               07.06 Building Energy Performance
               Track: Commissioning                                                                    Chair: Andrew Price, P.E., Member, Stanley Consultants, Muscatine, IA
               Room: Lasalle                                                                               Energy and water use in buildings have impacts that extend beyond the 
               Sponsor: 07.09 Building Commissioning                                                   building  site.  Site  consumption  impacts  primary  fuel  consumption,  green-
               Chair: Mike Eardley, P.E., Member, Cannon Design, Boston, MA                            house gas emissions, and global water resources. This seminar provides an 
                    One  presentation  describes  the  faulty  performance  of  a  private  school,    overview of different methodologies that may be useful for determining the 
               three new schools in a suburban school district, and a hospital. In each case           impact  of  building  operation  on  primary  energy  consumption,  associated 
               the  mechanical  systems  did  not  operate  per  the  owner’s  requirements  and       greenhouse  gas  emissions,  and  water  depletion.  In  addition,  the  seminar    
               failed to provide the proper occupancy conditions. The other presentation ad-           provides  insights  on  characterizing  and  evaluating  the  water/energy  nexus. 
               dresses how energy savings with under a two year payback was accomplished               The challenges and approaches to providing rational and equitable compari-
               at  an  airport  terminal  and  what  measures  were  effective  through  existing      sons  of  different  technology  and  fuel  choice  options,  especially  renewable 
               building commissioning.                                                                 energy options, are discussed. 
               1. Existing Building Commissioning of a Major Airport Terminal                          1. Water Impacts from Source to Tap
               Guanghua Wei, Energy Systems Lab at Texas A&M University,                               Gary Klein, Member, Affiliated International Management, LLC, Ek Grove, CA
               College Station, TX                                                                     2. Alternative Methods of Comparing Building Energy Performance
               2. Case Studies of the Problems and the Solutions of New Buildings without              Neil P. Leslie, P.E., Member, Gas Technology Institute, Des Plaines, IL
               Commissioning                                                                           3. Determining Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Building Operations
               Gerald J. Kettler, P.E., Life Member, AIR Engineering and Testing, Dallas, TX           Michael Deru, Ph.D., Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory,
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                          Seminar 13 (intermediate)                                                                1:30 PM-3:00 PM
       Quest for Building Information: Real Time Monitoring of                                   Conference Paper Session 5 (intermediate)
       Solar Systems to Shed Light on Building Operation
       Track: Alternative Technologies                                                      Modeling Building Material Properties
       Room: Verdun                                                                         to Reduce Energy Consumption
       Sponsor: 06.07 Solar Energy Utilization                                              Track: Engineering Tools
       Chair: Ram Narayanamurthy, Member, PVTSOLAR, Berkeley, CA                            Room: Lachine
                                                                                            Chair: Andrew Rhodes, Southland Industries, Dulles, VA
           Technology advancement is enabling us to better understand how build-
       ing systems are working in real time in real installations. This is particularly         The papers examine the uses of building materials and systems and how 
       true for solar energy systems, which are expected to service buildings owners        modeling the systems can improve the buildings’ energy usage. Papers address 
       for 30 years or more. Solar energy systems are in many cases part of zero-           how the uses of phase change materials can lead minimize space temperature 
       and low-energy buildings, which need to be monitored for building perfor-            fluctuations which in turn will reduce heating and cooling loads as well as how 
       mance. In many cases, government incentives are also tied into actual system         modeling the properties of building materials can lead to the reduction in the 
       performance, which again requires real time system monitoring. This seminar          building’s energy usage. 
       discusses  how  monitoring  of  solar  energy  systems  is  also  shedding  light 
                                                                                            1. Thermal Performance of Uninsulated and Partially Filled Wall Cavities
       on building operation and assisting us in validating many concepts of zero           (ML-11-C012)
       energy building design.                                                              El Hassan Ridouane, Ph.D., Member and Marcus Bianchi, Ph.D.,
       1. Thermal Solar Collector Monitoring                                                Associate Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO
       Christian Vachon, P.Eng., Member, Enerconcept Technologies Inc.,                     2. An Iterative Enthalpy Method to Overcome the Limitations in ESP-R’s
       Magog, QC, Canada                                                                    PCM Solution Algorithm (ML-11-C013)
       2. Drake Landing Solar Community Monitoring: 52 Systems Monitored                    Dahai Zhang, Student Member1, Sridhar Sadasivam, Student Member2,
       Raja Djebbar, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa,                 Fabio Almeida, Student Member1 and Alan S. Fung, Ph.D., P.E.1, (1)
       ON, Canada                                                                           Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada, (2)Indian Institute of Technology
       3. Design and Monitoring of a Net-Zero Triplex                                       Madras, Chennai, India
       Michel Bernier, P.Eng., Member, École Polytechnique de Montréal,
       Montréal, QC, Canada
       4. Monitoring of Low Energy Home Production Communities with                              Conference Paper Session 6 (intermediate)
       Integrated Solar
       Ram Narayanamurthy, Member, PVTSOLAR, Berkeley, CA
                                                                                            Utilizing Refrigerant Management Strategies with Lower
                                                                                            Global Warming Potential
                                                                                            Track: Refrigeration
                                                                                            Room: Hampstead




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                                 Seminar 14 (Basic)                                         Chair: Daniel Dettmers, Member, IRC, U.W. Madison, Madison, WI
       Using Building Energy Information in a Smart Grid World                                  The  papers  examine  alternate  refrigerants  and  systems  configuration     
       Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                                                                                                               
                                                                                            employing  a  range  of  natural  and  conventional  refrigerants  to  reduce  the 
       Room: Mont Royal                                                                     direct global warming impact of refrigerants. 
       Sponsor: 07.05 Smart Building Systems, SPC201P                                       1. A Microchannel Evaporator for Domestic Refrigerators (ML-11-C014)
       Chair: John I. Ruiz, Johnson Controls Inc., Milwaukee, WI                            Ty Newell, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Benjamin Newell and Alexander Long,
          As  part  of  the  Energy  Independence  and  Security Act  (EISA)  of  2007,     Newell Instruments, Urbana, IL
       NIST was given primary responsibility to coordinate development of a frame-          2. Comparison of Energy Efficiency of Systems with Natural Refrigerants
       work that includes protocols and model standards for information manage-             (ML-11-C015)
       ment to achieve interoperability of smart grid devices and systems. ASHRAE           Anatolii Mikhailov1, Hans Ole Matthiesen1 and Serdar Suindykov2, (1)
       and NEMA accepted the challenge to develop this standard and established             Danfoss A/S, Kolding, Denmark, (2)Danfoss, Trevoux Cédex, France
       SPC 201P to develop a Smart Grid Facility Information Model that creates a           3. Experimental Study of R-134a Alternative in Supermarket Refrigeration
       common basis for electrical energy consumers to describe, manage and com-            System (ML-11-C016)
       municate electrical energy consumption and forecasts. This seminar presents          Barbara Minor, Member1, Frank Rinne, Ph.D.2 and Kahtan Salem, Ph.D.3,
       background information on the development of this standard and a vision on           (1)DuPont, Wilmington, DE, (2)DuPont, Isenburg, Germany, (3)tebeg,
       how this standard will be applied within smart homes and buildings.                  Wurzburg, Germany
       1. Smart Grid: A Building – Utility Partnership                                      4. Environmental and Performance Results for Low GWP AC Fluid
       Steven T. Bushby, Fellow ASHRAE, National Institute of Standards and                 Candidates (ML-11-C017)
       Technology, Gaithersburg, MD                                                         Thomas J. Leck, Ph.D., Member, Du Pont Refrigerants, Wilmington, DE
       2. Emerging Tools for Using Energy Consumption Information
       Jessica Granderson, Ph.D., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,
       Berkeley, CA
       3. Smart Microgrids: Metering, Monitoring and Making Sense of Energy
       Data From Buildings
       Rajesh Gupta, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA




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                                   Seminar 15 (intermediate)                                                This  seminar  is  designed  to  explain  the  engineering  requirements  of  a 
                                                                                                        hybrid  ground  source  heat  pump  system.  It  will  demonstrate  predictable      
               Alternative Fuels for Heating Equipment                                                  performance  that  results  from  detailed  assessment  versus  rule  of  thumb.  It 
               Track: Alternative Technologies
                                                                                                        will also provide the attendee insight into tools that are available to insure a 
               Room: Verdun
                                                                                                        well designed system. 
               Sponsor: 06.10 Fuels and Combustion
                                                                                                        1. Computer Modeling for Ground Heat Exchanger Design
               Chair: Raymond Albrecht, P.E., Member, Consultant, Westerlo, NY
                                                                                                        Ed Lohrenz, Member, Geo-Xergy Systems, Inc., Winnipeg, MB, Canada
                    Boilers and furnaces are attractive target applications for the displacement 
                                                                                                        2. Three Hybrid Ground Source Heat Pump Systems in Both Heating and
               of  petroleum  with  alternative  fuels.  Presented  are  the  technology  advances 
                                                                                                        Cooling Dominated Climates
               behind the latest generation of cord wood and pellet boilers that achieve far 
                                                                                                        Scott P. Hackel, P.E., Associate Member, Energy Center of Wisconsin,
               greater efficiency levels and far lower pollutant emissions. Gasification, two-
                                                                                                        Madison, WI
               stage combustion, thermal storage, and advanced controls contribute signifi-
                                                                                                        3. Fine Tuning a Hybrid Ground Source Heat Pump System
               cantly to these developments. Also discussed are combustion test results with 
                                                                                                        Cary Smith, Member, Sound Geothermal Corp., Sandy, UT
               alternative liquid fuels including biodiesel, straight vegetable oil, levulinates 
               derived from waste wood, coal-to-liquids fuels, and gas-to-liquid fuels. 
               1. High Performance Biomass Combustion                                                                      Seminar 18 (intermediate)
               Nathan Russell, New York State Energy Research and Development
               Authority, Albany, NY                                                                    New High Quality Solar Data Sources and Analysis Methods
               2. Combustion Performance of a Wide Range of Alternative Liquid Boiler Fuels             for High Resolution Weather Applications: Part 1
               Thomas Butcher, Ph.D., Member, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY                 Track: HVAC Applications
               3. Laboratory Evaluation of 20% Biodiesel Fuel Blends in Heating Oils                    Room: Westmount
               S. Win Lee, Ph.D., Canmet Energy Ottawa Research Center, Ottawa,
                                                                                                        Sponsor: 04.02 Climatic Information
                                                                                                        Chair: Norman J. Bourassa, Associate Member, Lawrence Berkeley
               ON, Canada
                                                                                                        National Lab, Berkeley, CA, Steve Cornick, P.Eng., National Research
                                                                                                        Council Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada
                                                                                                            The quality and amount of data available from meteorological satellites 
                                   Seminar 16 (intermediate)
                                                                                                        has  opened  up  multiple  opportunities  to  improve  the  development  of  new 
               Considerations with Using Reclaimed and Harvested Waters                                 solar radiation model methodologies. These new methodologies have created 
               in Water Conservation Efforts                                                            advances in weather data engineering applications for the modeling and de-
               Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                                sign of energy efficient buildings. This seminar describes the National Solar 
               Room: Mont Royal                                                                         Radiation Data Base (NSRDB), and describes detailed information on the use 
               Sponsor: 03.06 Water Treatment, SPC 191 - Water Conservation                             of satellite-derived solar radiation data in applications that created high qual-
               Chair: Scott Mayes, Member, LAKOS, Olathe, KS
                                                                                                        ity weather files for California and Canada. 
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                   Everyone wants to save water, but how to do it without “robbing Peter to             1. Review of the National Solar Radiation Data Base (NSRDB)
               pay Paul.” Information is provided to help: 1) identify the opportunities for            J. Neal Lott, Associate Member, National Oceanic and Atmospheric
               water savings in your building, 2) avoid potential water treatment headaches             Administration, Asheville, NC
               with  scaling,  corrosion  and  biological  issues  associated  with  trying  to  use    2. Use of Satellite-Derived Solar Radiation in Updating California Energy
               reclaimed waters, 3) address health and worker/pedestrian safety associated              Commission’s Standard Weather Files
               with water conservation, 4) how to identify special equipment and piping re-             Joe Huang, Member, White Box Technologies, Moraga, CA
               quirements, and 5) payback and cost justification examples. If you are inter-            3. Satellite-Derived Solar Radiation Data for Canada
               ested in saving water in your building, this seminar is a must.                          Robert Morris, Member, Environment Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada
               1. Considerations with Using Reclaimed and Harvested Waters in Your
               Water Conservation Efforts
               Dan Weimar, Member, NCH, Charlotte, NC                                                                      Seminar 19 (intermediate)
               2. Responding to the Challenge of Using Reclaimed Water in Recirculating
                                                                                                        Latest Data Center Environmental Guidelines
               Cooling Water Systems
                                                                                                        Track: HVAC Applications
               Philip Yu, Associate Member, Nalco, Naperville, IL
                                                                                                        Room: Cote St Luc
               3. Non-Chemically Treated Cooling Tower Water: You’ve Paid for It Once,
                                                                                                        Sponsor: 09.09 Mission Critical Facilities, Technology Spaces
               Now Use It Twice (Or More)!
                                                                                                        and Electronic Equipment
               Leon Shapiro, J.D., VRTX Technologies, Las Vegas, NV                                     Chair: Jeff Trower, Data Aire Inc., Huntington Beach, CA
               4. Using Condensate and Other Sources of Clean Water to Cut a Building’s
                                                                                                            ASHRAE TC 9.9 has recently published updated environmental guide-
               Water Consumption 25-50%
                                                                                                        lines for data centers that will affect the operation and design of data centers. 
               Tom Van Horn, Associate Member, Universal Water Group, Seattle, WA
                                                                                                        These  guidelines  which  are  supported  by  the  IT  equipment  manufacturers 
                                                                                                        are critically important for operating a data center reliably and in the most 
                                                                                                        energy-efficient manner. 
                                   Seminar 17 (intermediate)
                                                                                                        1. IT Equipment Power Trends to 2020
               Hybrid Ground Source Heat Pump Systems                                                   Roger Schmidt, Member, IBM, Poughkeepsie, NY
               Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment                                                        2. Expanded T and H Environmental Guidelines for Data Centers
               Room: Outremont                                                                          Robin Steinbrecher, Intel, New York, NY
               Sponsor: 06.08 Geothermal Energy Utilization                                             3. Gaseous Contamination Limits for Data Centers
               Chair: Frank Pucciano, Member, Capture Energy Solutions, Lilburn, GA                     Prabjit Singh, Ph.D., Member, IBM, Poughkeepsie, NY

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                              Seminar 20 (Advanced)                                                  1. Targeting Residential Energy Reduction for City Utilities Using Historical
                                                                                                     Electrical Utility Data and Readily Available Building Data (ML-11-009)
       Operation-oriented Flexible Building System Modeling                                          Kevin P. Hallinan, Ph.D.1, Austin Mitchell, Ph.D.2, Robert J. Brecha1 and
       Track: Engineering Tools                                                                      J. Kelly Kissock1, (1)University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, (2)Carnegie
       Room: Lasalle                                                                                 Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
       Sponsor: 04.07 Energy Calculations
                                                                                                     2. Energy Performance, Comfort and Lessons Learned from a Near
       Chair: Wangda Zuo, Ph.D., Associate Member, Lawrence Berkeley
                                                                                                     Net-Zero Energy Solar House (ML-11-010)
       National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
                                                                                                     William T. O’Brien, Ph.D., Student Member, Matt Doiron, P.Eng. and Andreas
           Conventional  building  simulation  program  are  not  well  suited  to  address 
                                                                                                     Athienitis, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada
       integration  challenges  of  very  low  energy  buildings.  It  is  difficult  and  time-
                                                                                                     3. TRCA-BILD Archetype Sustainable House: Overview of Monitoring
       consuming  to  model  an  innovative  building  system  which  does  not  exist  in 
                                                                                                     System and Preliminary Results for Mechanical Systems (ML-11-011)
       current  tools.  In  addition,  it  is  also  hard  to  reuse  the  models  developed  in  
                                                                                                     Dahai Zhang, Student Member, Rupayan Barua, Student Member and Alan
       building design for the building operation. To meet the needs of fast prototyping 
                                                                                                     S. Fung, Ph.D., Member, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada
       and operation-oriented modeling, it is possible to use equation–based object-
       oriented modeling languages. Using the non-proprietary Modelica language as 
       an example, this seminar presents the fundamental features of equation-based                                     Seminar 21 (intermediate)
       languages. It explains why this technology opens new applications for design, 
       optimization and operation of buildings.                                                      Energy Recovery Issues in Dedicated Outdoor-Air Systems
       1. Next Generation Modeling for Building Systems Using Modelica                               Track: HVAC Applications
       Michael Wetter, Ph.D., Member, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,                         Room: Cote St Luc
       Berkeley, CA                                                                                  Sponsor: 08.10 Mechanical Dehumidification Equipment and Heat Pipes
                                                                                                     Chair: Stanley Mumma, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, Penn State
       2. A Modelica-Based Dynamic Fault Simulator for Air Handler Units
                                                                                                     University, University Park, PA
       Zheng O’Neill, Ph.D., Member, United Technologies Research Center,
       East Hartford, CT                                                                                 Dedicated outdoor-air systems (DOAS) are becoming increasingly popular. 
       3. Evaluation and Optimization of Control System for Water Side Economizer                    They are used to condition outdoor air being brought into a building for ventila-
       Wangda Zuo, Ph.D., Associate Member, Lawrence Berkeley National                               tion and humidity control. Energy recovery is commonly used to improve the 
       Laboratory, Berkeley, CA                                                                      performance of these systems. This seminar addresses several issues related to 
                                                                                                     applying energy recovery in a DOAS. 
                                                                                                     1. Applying Air-to-Air Energy Recovery in a Dedicated OA System
                                  Forum (Advanced)                                                   John Murphy, Member, Trane, LaCrosse, WI
       Gas Measurements in Buildings: Who’s Fooling Whom?                                            2. Pros and Cons of Operating a Dedicated OA System Enthalpy
       Track: Professional Skills                                                                    Wheel Continuously
                                                                                                     Stanley Mumma, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow Life Member, Penn State University,




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       Room: Hampstead
       Sponsor: 02.03 Gaseous Air Contaminants and Gas Contaminant                                   University Park, PA
       Removal Equipment, GPC27P                                                                     3. Vapor Compression Cycle Energy Recovery for Dedicated Outdoor Air
       Chair: William Lull, Member, Garrison/Lull Inc., Princeton Junction, NJ                       System Units
           OPEN SESSION: no badge required; no PDHs awarded; presented during                        Craig Burg, Associate Member, Desert Aire Corp., Milwaukee, WI
       the  TC’s  meeting.  ASHRAE  Guideline  27P,  Measurement  Procedures  for 
       Gaseous Contaminants in Commercial Buildings, is nearing completion. This 
       forum  is  to  discuss  member  measurement  experiences,  good  and  bad. The                                   Seminar 22 (intermediate)
       hope is to identify the important aspects of making measurements to highlight                 Innovations in Applying Natural Ventilation in Healthcare
       in the Guideline, so users can get meaningful results.                                        Facilities

                                             onda                                                    Track: Alternative Technologies
                                                                                                     Room: Verdun

                          Monday, june 27
                                                                                                     Sponsor: 09.06 Healthcare Facilities
                                                                                                     Chair: Michael Meteyer, P.E., Member, Cogdell Spencer ERDMAN,
                                                                                                     Madison, WI
                                                                                                         Pursuit of more sustainable healthcare facilities includes innovative meth-
                                 8:00 AM-9:30 AM                                                     ods  for  providing  ventilation  that  improves  the  well-being  of  patients  and 
                                                                                                     staff while reducing the energy consumption. Attend this seminar to obtain 
              Technical Paper Session 4 (intermediate)
                                                                                                     new ideas regarding natural ventilation applied to the unique circumstances 
       Improving Residential Building Energy Performance                                             in healthcare facilities. Also, come find out more on how to evaluate wind and 
       Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                                     temperature criteria for natural ventilation designs, as well as, learning from 
       Room: Hampstead                                                                               recent case studies of natural ventilation in UK hospitals. 
       Chair: Bill Dean, Member, National Research Council of Canada,                                1. Natural Ventilation: Climate, Wind Pressure and Stack Effect
       Saskatoon, SK, Canada                                                                         John Carter, Member, CPP, Inc., Fort Collins, CO
          The papers in this session examine residential energy usage and energy                     2. Natural Ventilation in North American Healthcare
       end-use breakdown to analyze energy reduction strategies. Several findings                    Bob Gulick, P.E., Member, M+NLB, San Francisco, CA
       from  the  energy  analysis  are  presented  such  as  evaluation  of  energy  use            3. New Low Energy Ventilation and Cooling Design Approaches Using
       changes  over  time  and  occupant  behavior.  The  papers  also  present  recom-             Natural Ventilation in the UK
       mendations for improving residential energy savings.                                          Frank A. Mills, Member, SKM, Manchester, United Kingdom

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                                         Seminar 23 (Basic)                                                                 Seminar 25 (intermediate)
               Issues Update: North American Building Codes and Political                               Performance of Shading Devices in Commercial Buildings
               Realities                                                                                Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
               Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                                Room: Outremont
               Room: Mont Royal                                                                         Sponsor: 04.05 Fenestration
               Sponsor: Advocacy Committee                                                              Chair: D. Charlie Curcija, Ph.D., Member, Lawrence Berkeley National
               Chair: Ronald Jarnagin, Member, Pacific Northwest National                               Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
               Laboratory, Richland, WA                                                                     Shading devices, such as interior venetian blinds, roller shades, draperies, 
                   This session presents four perspectives on the current status of code-relat-         exterior louvers, double facades, etc., represent excellent opportunities to max-
               ed activities in North America (Canada, United States and Mexico), and pro-              imize energy savings in commercial buildings. These systems can be automated 
               vides an opportunity for a discussion of trends and opportunities for ASHRAE             and intelligently controlled, provided we know exactly what we want to control 
               and ASHRAE members. Efficient buildings save money and protect the envi-                 and optimize. This seminar presents an overview of the current state of the art 
               ronment, and as a result, building codes are attracting attention as low-cost,           and identifies future areas for research and development. 
               high-impact tools. However, political realities and on-the-ground compliance             1. Field Measurements of Energy Impact of Shading Devices
               constraints continue to hamper progress toward greater building efficiency in            Christian Kohler, Member, LBNL, Berkeley, CA
               some  jurisdictions.  This  session  updates  members  on  the  current  status  of      2. State of the Art Thermal Modeling of Complex Fenestration Systems
               building codes in North America, and the policy context that will affect build-          Aziz Laouady, Ph.D., Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada
               ing efficiency improvements.                                                             3. A User Friendly Computer Program for the Solar/Thermal Analysis of
               1. Codes in Canada: Provinces vs. Federal; Public Buildings vs. Private;                 Glazing Systems with Shading Devices
               and Voluntary Initiatives                                                                John Wright, Ph.D., Member, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada
               Diane Green, Member, National Research Council IRC-CCC, Ottawa,                          4. Dynamic Shading in Commercial Buildings: Analysis and Case Studies
               ON, Canada                                                                               Athanasios Tzempelikos, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
               2. Building Codes in Mexico: Hot Spots of Activity and Potential
               José Luis Frías Lavalle, Member, DHIMEX, Mexico City, Mexico
               3. Policy Barriers and Opportunities for Greater Building Efficiency:
                                                                                                                                  Seminar 26 (Basic)
               What’s Happening in the USA
               Cliff Majersik, Institute for Market Transformation, Washington, DC                      The Prevention of Condensation Problems in Mechanical
               4. ASHRAE Activities and Initiatives: Who Are the Players and What                       Insulation Systems
               Are We Doing?                                                                            Track: Refrigeration
               Ronald Jarnagin, Member, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,                          Room: Westmount
               Richland, WA                                                                             Sponsor: 01.08 Mechanical Systems Insulation, 01.12 Moisture
                                                                                                        Management in Buildings
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                                                                                                        Chair: Charlie Petty, Member, Lamtec Corporation, Mt. Bethel, PA
                                   Seminar 24 (intermediate)                                                 Condensation, whether on the outer surface of insulation or vapor retarders 
               Modeling Protocols for Building Energy Simulations for                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                        on  refrigeration  pipes  and  equipment,  or  on  the  pipes  and  equipment  itself, 
               Code Compliance and Other Regulatory Programs                                            is  a  problem  that  can  be  dangerous  and  damaging,  and  costly  to  rectify.    
               Track: Engineering Tools                                                                 Many  critical  aspects  of  design  and  operation  are  often  misunderstood  or     
               Room: Lachine                                                                            overlooked, contributing to the problems. This seminar covers the factors that 
               Sponsor: 04.07 Energy Calculations                                                       must be considered, and the approaches that must be taken, to prevent conden-
               Chair: Joe Huang, Member, White Box Technologies, Moraga, CA                             sation problems. 
                   Building  energy  simulations  are  being  used  more  and  more  for  energy        1. Factors Influencing the Likelihood of Surface Condensation on
               code compliance, building energy labeling, and green building certification.             Mechanical Systems Insulation
               To  maintain  consistency  in  the  process,  protocols  that  define  the  modeling     Jim Young, Member, ITW Insulation Systems, Midland, MI
               rules,  e.g.,  the  building’s  internal  conditions  and  operating  schedules,  are 
                                                                                                        2. Prevention of Condensation Problems in Insulated Chilled Water Pipes
               essential. Standard 90.1’s Appendix G and COMNET are prime examples of                   Located in Unconditioned Spaces in Hot and Humid Climates
               such protocols. The purpose of this seminar is to describe the current status of         Gordon Hart, P.E., Member, Artek Engineering, Shrewsbury, MA
               such protocols, and how they may impact the work of members doing build-                 3. A Methodology to Measure Thermal Performance of Pipe Insulation At Below
               ing energy simulations.                                                                  Ambient Temperatures and Its Practical Impact In Condensation Control
               1. COMNET: Standardizing Procedures for Calculating Building Energy                      Lorenzo Cremaschi, Ph.D., Associate Member, Oklahoma State University,
               Performance                                                                              Stillwater, OK
               Charles Eley, P.E., Member, Chair, COMNET Standing Committee, San
               Francisco, CA                                                                                                Seminar 27 (intermediate)
               2. An Introduction to ASHRAE 90.1 ECB
               Jason Glazer, P.E., Member, GARD Analytics, Inc., Arlington Heights, IL                  Toward Net Zero Energy Refrigeration
               3. Shaping the Future of Regulation, Resources, and Quality Control for                  Track: Refrigeration
               Building Energy Modeling                                                                 Room: Lasalle
               Aleka Pappas, Member, Enermodal Engineering Inc, Denver, CO                              Sponsor: 10.08 Refrigeration Load Calculations, 10.05 Refrigerated
                                                                                                        Distribution and Storage Facilities
                                                                                                        Chair: Michele Friedrich, P.E., Member, PECI, Portland, OR



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           How low can you go toward net-zero refrigeration? Buildings that have                    2. Green Garage: A Look Into a Garage Retrofit Project to Facilitate
       refrigeration systems have a big challenge to get to net-zero energy designs.                Greater Uptake of Alternatively Fueled Vehicles (ML-11-C019)
       This seminar presents how low can you go with current refrigeration tech-                    Damian A.S. Rogers, Student Member, Farshid Zabihian, P.Eng.,
       nologies  in  refrigerated  storage;  tradeoffs  between  lowering  green  house             Student Member and Alan S. Fung, Ph.D., P.E., Ryerson University,
       gases  and  energy  efficiency  in  supermarket  design;  and  how  much  land  is           Toronto, ON, Canada
       needed for renewables to get to net-zero for industrial refrigeration plants. 
       1. Strategies for Low Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Consumption
       in Supermarket Refrigeration Systems
                                                                                                                              Seminar 28 (Basic)
       Edward A. Vineyard, P.E., Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
       Oak Ridge, TN                                                                                Back to Basics: Airflow in Unitary Systems
       2. Minimizing Energy Usage: Best Practice Design for a Refrigerated                          Track: HVAC Applications
       Warehouse                                                                                    Room: Cote St Luc
       Ryan Hoest, Member, VACOM Technologies, San Luis Obispo, CA                                  Sponsor: 08.11 Unitary and Room Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps
       3. The Net Zero Food Plant
                                                                                                    Chair: Don A. Schuster, P.E., Member, UTC Carrier Corp., Tyler, TX
       Douglas Reindl, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, University of Wisconsin-                             The main purpose of this Back to Basics seminar is to discuss airflow as it 
       Madison, Madison, WI                                                                         applies to unitary system applications. The standard methodology for defin-
                                                                                                    ing air flow from a fan, coil and unitary equipment perspective is reviewed. 
                                                                                                    How to tie together and make sense of all the various definitions is presented. 
                                                                                                    In addition, the effect of elevation and local conditions on airflow and system 
                              9:45 AM-10:45 AM                                                      performance are examined. After this discussion, the specific unitary applica-
                                                                                                    tion of zoned systems where defining airflow is vital is presented. As size of 
              Technical Paper Session 5 (intermediate)                                              zones change and demand from each zone changes, airflow will be impacted 
       Understanding Electrical Equipment Heat Gain                                                 and will directly affect the operating point of the entire system. 
       Track: HVAC Applications                                                                     1. Actual Airflow or Standard Airflow: Why Can’t We All Speak the
       Room: Westmount                                                                              Same Language?
       Chair: Leon E. Shapiro, J.D., Member, VRTX Technologies, Las Vegas, NV                       Raymond Rite, Ph.D., Member, Ingersoll Rand - Residential Solutions, Tyler, TX
            In order to properly size the HVAC equipment for a building or industrial               2. Application of Zoned Systems in Residential Applications
       setting, engineers need to have an accurate estimate of the rate at which heat               Craig S. Messmer, P.E., Member, Unico, Inc., St. Louis, MO
       is added to the structure’s environment. RP 1104 and RP 1395 were projects 
       aimed at improving the means of estimating the rate of environmental heat                                        Seminar 29 (intermediate)
       gain from indoor power distribution equipment. The main goal of this session 
       is  to  build  a  power  loss  model  that  can  predict  the  rate  of  heat  gain  from    Bridging the Disconnect between HVAC and Refrigeration




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       power panelboards and uninterruptible power supply systems.                                  Design in an Ice Arena
       1. Heat Gain from Power Panelboards (RP-1395) (ML-11-012)                                    Track: Refrigeration
       Emilio C. Piesciorovsky and Warren White, Ph.D., Member, Kansas State                        Room: Verdun
       University, Manhattan, KS
                                                                                                    Sponsor: 10.02 Automatic Icemaking Plants and Skating Rinks
                                                                                                    Chair: Wayne Borrowman, P.Eng., Member, CIMCO Refrigeration,
       2. Heat Gain from Uninterruptible Power Supplies (RP-1395) (ML-11-013)
                                                                                                    Delta, BC, Canada
       Warren White, Ph.D., Member and Emilio Piesciorovsky, Kansas State
                                                                                                        The HVAC system of a typical ice arena was traditionally designed with little 
       University, Manhattan, KS
                                                                                                    or no coordination between the design of the ice refrigeration system, yet the de-
                                                                                                    sign and operation of the HVAC system can significantly impact the refrigeration 
                                                                                                    system  operation.  Similarly,  many  ice  refrigeration  systems  now  provide  heat 
            Conference Paper Session 7 (intermediate)                                               recovery for building heating yet the amount of real energy saved is often only a 
       Design Strategies for Net-Zero Energy Residential Buildings                                  small fraction of what is available because of lack of integration with the HVAC 
       Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                                    system. This seminar highlights the challenges and successes in fully integrating 
       Room: Mont Royal                                                                             the ice refrigeration and HVAC systems. 
       Chair: Harry Enck, Member, Commissioning & Green Building                                    1. Innovative Refrigeration Systems for Ice Rink Applications
       Solutions, Inc., Buford, GA                                                                  Benoit Rodier, P.Eng., CIMCO Refrigeration, Montreal, QC, Canada
           This  session  examines  sustainable  technologies,  processes,  and  ideas              2. Integration of HVAC Systems for Ice Arenas
       available for the residential market. The papers examine technical and eco-                  Kenneth Jewer, P.Eng., Member, SNC-LAVALIN INC. – BAE-NEWPLAN
       nomic  potential  for  reducing  the  building  energy  usage  as  well  as  the  cost       GROUP LIMITED, Mount Pearl, NF, Canada
       benefit by applying alternate energy strategies for the buildings and as well as 
       options for automobiles to reduce the overall carbon footprint. 
       1. Learning from NZE Houses: Extending Design Approaches to Larger                                               Seminar 30 (intermediate)
       Structures (ML-11-C018)                                                                      CHP Done Right for Net Zero Energy Buildings
       Peter Amerongen1 and Dean C. Richardson, P.Eng., Member2, (1)Habitat                         Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
       Studio & Workshop Ltd., Edmonton, AB, Canada, (2)Red Spanner Design-                         Room: Lasalle
       Works Inc., St. Albert, AB, Canada                                                           Sponsor: 01.10 Cogeneration Systems
                                                                                                    Chair: Timothy Wagner, Ph.D., Member, Energy Systems Program
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ASHRAE_MontrealProgram.indd 39                                                                                                                                                 5/27/2011 1:37:20 PM
                   ASHRAE Vision 2020 states, “A net zero site energy building produces as             chillers and testing methods have occurred in the last 16 years? Attendees are 
               much energy as it uses when measured at the site”. Achieving net zero energy            encouraged to review the following related or similar standards prior to the 
               status under this definition for most commercial, institutional and industrial          forum: AHRI Standard 550/590-2003, EN 14511 Part 3, and ISO/NP 19298 
               facilities  is  not  possible  without  using  combined  heat  and  power  (CHP)  to    (draft at development stage 10.99 as of January 2011). 
               some degree. The issue is how to design and deliver CHP systems that meet 
               the building thermal and power load profiles, comply with code requirements 
               and be economically viable. This seminar covers best practices in CHP design 
                                                                                                                            11:00 AM-12:00 PM
               and implementation to achieve net site zero energy buildings for the future. 
               1. Thermal – Power – Electric Grid Optimization of CHP Systems                                 Technical Paper Session 6 (intermediate)
               Gearoid Foley, Member, Integrated CHP Systems Corp., Princeton Junction, NJ
                                                                                                       Radiant Floor Heating Design and Control:
               2. Pragmatic CHP Policy Considerations
                                                                                                       Key Factors for Low Energy Buildings in Cold Climates
               Richard Sweetser, Member, Exergy Partners Corp., Herndon, VA
                                                                                                       Track: HVAC Applications
                                                                                                       Room: Westmount
                                                                                                       Sponsor: 04.04 Building Materials and Building Envelope Performance,
                                  Seminar 31 (intermediate)                                            06.05 Radiant Heating and Cooling
                                                                                                       Chair: Pam Androff, Associate Member, Mitsubishi Electric, Atlanta, GA
               Integrated Project Delivery: A Case Study
                                                                                                            Improvements to the ASHRAE design procedure for in-slab-heating systems 
               Track: Engineering Tools
                                                                                                       for  cold  climates  are  offered  based  on  numerical  models  and  experimentation 
               Room: Lachine
                                                                                                       results. An alternative to mechanical radiant heat is passive solar, and the predic-
               Sponsor: TC7.2 HVAC&R Contractors and Design Build
               Chair: Michael McLaughlin, P.E., Associate Member,                                      tive control of the mechanical heating (radiant and dynamic fenestration) is dis-
               Southland Industries, Dulles, VA                                                        cussed. The goal is to showcase the radiant heat capabilities for cold climates. 
                                                                                                       1. Development of a Design Procedure for In-Floor-Heated Slab
                                                                                                   
                   Integrated  project  delivery  (IPD)  is  a  proven  approach  for  efficiently 
                                                                                                       Foundations In a Cold Climate (ML-11-014)
               designing and building a facility for owners and an effective method for archi-
                                                                                                       S.J. Ormiston, Ph.D., P.E., Member, M.K. Guyot and H.M. Soliman, Ph.D.,
               tects, engineers and contractors to garner the highest quality for the best value 
                                                                                                       P.E., Member, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
               and schedule. To date, IPD has mostly been applied to private-sector projects 
                                                                                                       2. Predictive Control of Radiant Floor Heating and Transmitted Irradiance
               rather than public-sector ones, which are often hampered by lowest cost-bid 
                                                                                                       in a Room with High Solar Gains (ML-11-015)
               contracting rules and an inability to adopt integrated contracts where the risks 
                                                                                                       José A. Candanedo, Student Member1, Amelie` Allard, Student Member1 and
               and rewards are shared among the all primary project stakeholders. This semi-
                                                                                                       Andreas Athienitis, Ph.D., P.E., Member2, (1)Building, Civil and Environmental
               nar reveals the prescription for success behind the $1.6 billion UCSF Medical 
                                                                                                       Engineering, Concordia University, Montréal, QC, Canada, (2)Concordia
               Center project which resulted in a highly collaborative, integrated, BIM cen-
                                                                                                       University, Montreal, QC, Canada
               tric project that maintained scope, quality and performance for this facility. 
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               1. Integrated Project Delivery for a Major University Medical Center
               Raj Daswani, P.E., Member1, Tad Smith2 and Paul Switenki, P.E., Member1, (1)
               Arup, San Francisco, CA, (2)ACCO Engineered Systems, San Leandro, CA                         Conference Paper Session 8 (intermediate)
                                                                                                       Improving Performance of Refrigeration Systems
                                                                                                       Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
                                     Forum 2 (intermediate)                                            Room: Outremont
               Update on the Energy Targets for Commercial Buildings                                   Sponsor: 02.08 Building Environmental Impacts and Sustainability
               Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                               Chair: Jeff Traylor, P.E., Member, EMCOR Facilities Services,
               Room: Hampstead                                                                         Durham, NC
               Sponsor: Advocacy Committee, Commercial Buildings Energy Targets                            The papers examine strategies to improve the performance of refrigeration 
               Ad Hoc                                                                                  systems. Also, the papers investigate the thermal performance of technologies, 
               Chair: Don Brandt, Member, Trane Co, Phoenix, AZ                                        including a two-stage variable speed air source heat pump and trends in coil 
                   Provide ASHRAE members with an update on the progress of the Ad Hoc                 designs that are more compact with higher capacities for heat transfer. 
               Committee Report on Commercial Buildings Energy Targets to Tech Council.                1. Part Load Performance of a Two-Stage Variable Capacity Air Source
               The work statement for modeling and research of ultimate EUI targets will be            Heat Pump System in Cooling Mode (ML-11-C020)
               discussed and reviewed. The definition of EUI will be formalized.                       Amir Alizadeh Safa, Student Member, Alan S. Fung, Ph.D., P.E. and
                                                                                                       Wey Leong, Ph.D., P.E., Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada
                                                                                                       2. Benefits of Reduced Diameter Copper Tubes in Evaporators and
                                     Forum 3 (intermediate)                                            Condensers (ML-11-C021)
               What Updates Are Needed in Standard 30? (MOT for chillers)                              John C. Hipchen1 and Robert D. Weed2, (1)Exel Consulting Group,
               Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment                                                       Palatine, IL, (2)Copper Development Association, New York, NY
               Room: Outremont
               Sponsor: 08.02 Centrifugal Machines, 09.01 Large Building
                                                                                                                                 Seminar 32 (Basic)
               Air-Conditioning Systems
               Chair: Phillip Johnson, P.E., Member, McQuay International, Staunton, VA                HVAC Design Checklists that Work
                  SPC 30 has formed to make revisions to Standard 30-1995R, Method of                  Track: Engineering Tools
               Testing Liquid-Chilling Packages. The committee would like suggestions and              Room: Lachine
               feedback regarding needed improvements to the standard. What changes to                 Chair: Joel Primeau, P.Eng., Member, GENIVAR, Ottawa, ON, Canada


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           Pilots  have  always  used  checklists.  Physicians  are  now  really  embracing                            Forum 5 (intermediate)
       them, checklists are saving lives AND money. HVAC designers use checklists 
       to verify the completeness of their work. Checklists can do much more than 
                                                                                                 How Will ASHRAE Standards affect Future Hydronic
       catching omissions. Checklists can streamline the design process by aligning 
                                                                                                 System Design?
                                                                                                 Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
       the efforts of the designers towards a single goal. Good, effective checklists can 
                                                                                                 Room: Lasalle
       optimize the design process, minimize errors and omissions, reduce design time 
                                                                                                 Sponsor: 06.01 Hydronic and Steam Equipment and Systems
       and facilitate better communication between stakeholders. This session teaches 
                                                                                                 Chair: Bill Coad, P.E., Presidential Fellow Life Member, Coad
                                                                                              
       attendees  how  to  develop  and  use  effective  checklists  that  will  help  design 
                                                                                                 Engineering Enterprises, St Louis, MO
       better HVAC systems, more cost effectively. 
                                                                                                     This forum explores how Standards 189.1 and 90.1 affect hydronic system 
       1. Design Checklists That Work
                                                                                                 design.  We  seek  input  from  HVAC  designers  to  determine  best  practices  to 
       Joel Primeau, P.Eng., Member, GENIVAR, Ottawa, ON, Canada
                                                                                                 meet the goals for the design of high performance green buildings. Early hot 
                                                                                                 water systems used very large pipes because it was thought this was necessary 
                                                                                                 to ensure adequate circulation and heat retention. We then moved to high tem-
                           Seminar 33 (intermediate)                                             perature hot water and steam to minimize pipe size and project costs. Do we go 
       Mission Critical Data Centers: Keeping Contamination at Bay                               now back to low temperature hot water systems with the larger pipe size? Have 
       Track: HVAC Applications                                                                  we hit an energy reduction plateau at 25 KBTU/sq ft annually with our current 
       Room: Cote St Luc                                                                         technologies or can we go lower? 
       Sponsor: 09.09 Mission Critical Facilities, Technology Spaces and
       Electronic Equipment, TC 2.4, 02.03 Gaseous Air Contaminants and
       Gas Contaminant Removal Equipment                                                                                 Forum 6 (Advanced)
       Chair: Christopher O. Muller, Member, Purafil Inc., Doraville, GA
                                                                                                 Water/Energy Nexus: How to Study the Interrelationship of
            Passage of various “lead-free” regulations have resulted in increased sensi-
                                                                                                 Water and Energy Consumption
       tivities of printed circuit boards, surface mounted components, hard disk drives, 
                                                                                                 Track: Net Zero Buildings
       computer  workstations,  servers  and  other  devices  to  the  effects  of  corrosive 
                                                                                                 Room: Mont Royal
       airborne contaminants. Data centers in (non-industrial) urban locations are re-           Sponsor: 08.06 Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers, SCP191
       porting failures of servers and hard disk drives resulting in increased warranty          Chair: Jon J. Cohen, Member, H-O-H Water Technology, Palatine, IL
       costs and potential loss of confidence by customers. This seminar describes the 
                                                                                                     There are many current and future standards on energy and water conser-
       effects of gaseous and particulate contamination on electronic hardware and the 
                                                                                                 vation, such as 90.1, 189.1 and 191. Much debate continuously surfaces as to 
       monitoring  techniques  used  to  verify  recommended  environmental  severity 
                                                                                                 energy  and  water  cost  interrelation. A  Research Topic Acceptance  Request 
       levels. A  program  for  the  assessment,  control  and  monitoring  of  data  center 
                                                                                                 (RTAR) is being developed and input from ASHRAE membership is needed 
       contamination is detailed. 
                                                                                                 to further develop the project. 




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       1. Gaseous Contamination in Mission-Critical Data Centers
       Prabjit Singh, Ph.D., Member, IBM, Poughkeepsie, NY
       2. Controlling Gaseous and Particulate Contamination in Data Centers
       Christopher O. Muller, Member, Purafil Inc., Doraville, GA
                                                                                                                  Tuesday, june 28
                                                                                                                        8:00 AM-9:30 AM
                             Forum 4 (intermediate)
       Challenges in Making Green Buildings a Way of Life                                              Conference Paper Session 9 (Advanced)
       Track: Professional Skills
                                                                                                 Alternate Heating, Cooling and Domestic Water Heating
       Room: Hampstead
                                                                                                 Technologies to Reduce Building Energy Usage
       Sponsor: ASHRAE Associate Society Alliance
                                                                                                 Track: Alternative Technologies
       Chair: Kent Peterson, P.E., Presidential Fellow Life Member, P2S
       Engineering, Inc., Long Beach, CA                                                         Room: Verdun
                                                                                                 Chair: Chuck Curlin, P.E., Member, Shultz Engineering Group,
           Changing the ways we design, build and operate our buildings and infra-
                                                                                                 Charlotte, NC
       structure is the most powerful way we can address the environmental challenges 
                                                                                                    Solar thermal applications for domestic hot water heating are generally 
                                                                                          
       facing  the  planet.  Green  buildings  have  many  positives  including  improved 
                                                                                                 some of the most cost effective applications of alternative energy. The papers 
       human  health  and  productivity,  increased  building  value,  good  return  on   
                                                                                                 focus on alternate strategies, specifically solar thermal and fuel cell technol-
       investment, etc. With many tangible and intangible benefits, it is surprising that 
                                                                                                 ogy to reduce the energy consumption of heating, cooling and domestic water 
       obstacles still persist. Perceived higher cost and complexity, lack of awareness 
                                                                                                 heating systems. 
       actual benefits of green construction, cost of documentation, short-term budget 
                                                                                                 1. Energy and Exergy Analysis of Integrating Compound Parabolic
       horizons, perceived long wait for payback and difficulty to quantify the benefits 
                                                                                                 Collectors (CPC) with Lithium Bromide (Li-Br) Absorption Chiller for
       are obstacles facing the green buildings. In this forum, international speakers 
                                                                                                 Building Heating and Cooling to Achieve Net Zero Buildings (ML-11-C022)
       from around the world will share their experience in respective countries. Are 
                                                                                                 Yang Hu, Student Member1, Laura Schaefer, Ph.D., Associate Member2
       these real obstacles or just myths will be the focus of the discussion. 
                                                                                                 and Volker Hartkopf, Ph.D.1, (1)Center for Building Performance and
                                                                                                 Diagnostics, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, (2)University of
                                                                                                 Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA



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               2. Phase Change Material Selection in the Design of a Latent Heat Energy                     1. Indoor Environmental Quality and High Temperature Radiant Cooling
               Storage System Coupled with a Domestic Hot Water Solar Thermal System                        and Low Temperature Radiant Heating Systems
               (ML-11-C023)                                                                                 Bjarne Olesen, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, Technical University of Denmark,
               Robynne E. Murray, Louis Desgrosseilliers, Gina Marin, Alex Safatli,                         Lyngby, Denmark
               Nicholas Osbourne, Jeremy Stewart, Dominic Groulx, Ph.D. and Mary Anne                       2. Hydronic System Concepts and Design Considerations for Radiant High
               White, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada                                             Temperature Radiant Cooling and Low Temperature Radiant Heating
               3. A New Class of Highly Efficient, Green Refrigeration Compressor                           Peter Simmonds, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, IBE Consulting Engineers,
               (ML-11-C024)                                                                                 Sherman Oaks, CA
               Bamdad Bahar and Richard L. Williams, Xergy Inc, Georgetown, DE                              3. Case Study: Loyola University Information Commons, Chicago, Illinois
                                                                                                            Donald J. McLaughlin, P.E., Member, Elara Engineering Services, Hillside, IL

                                                                                                              
                     Conference Paper Session 10 (Advanced)
                                                                                                                               Seminar 35 (intermediate)
               Displacement Ventilation: Preliminary Findings from a
               Canadian Research Team                                                                       Do I Really Need CFD?
               Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment                                                            Track: Engineering Tools
               Room: Outremont                                                                              Room: Lachine
               Sponsor: 05.03 Room Air Distribution                                                         Sponsor: 04.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling
               Chair: Michel Tardif, Member, CanmetENERGY, Ottawa, ON, Canada                               Chair: James VanGilder, P.E., Member, APC by Schneider Electric,
                   There are a growing number of buildings in Canada designed with displace-                Billerica, MA
               ment  ventilation  systems.  Existing  guidelines  have  already  reported  that                 When  you  think  of  airflow  modeling,  you  generally  think  of  CFD.     
               displacement ventilation is well suited for the cooling season but what about the            However, CFD might not always be the most efficient tool for the job and 
               performance of such systems during the heating season? This session provides                 other options such as zonal, multizone network, and potential-flow modeling 
               the  latest  research  findings  from  a  Canadian  research  team  on  displacement         techniques which may provide sufficient accuracy with much less cost and 
               ventilation  in  cold  climate.  From  laboratory  to  field  studies,  the  four  papers    effort. And, when you do need CFD, is it all the same? This seminar describes 
               highlight some interesting design features, IEQ concerns and performance of                  airflow  modeling  approaches  and  provides  examples  of  their  application  – 
               displacement ventilation systems.                                                            from the simplest to the most cutting-edge techniques. 
               1. Experimental Study of the Temperature and Velocity Fields Produced by                     1. Is a Multizone Model What You Want, Need, and Can Afford?
               a Displacement Ventilation Diffuser (ML-11-C025)                                             Amy Musser, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Vandemusser Design, PLLC, Asheville, NC
               Laurent Magnier, Student Member , Radu Zmeureanu1 and Dominique
                                                        1                                                   2. Network and Potential Flow Modeling with Data Center Applications
               Derome, Member2, (1)Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada, (2)                          James VanGilder, P.E., Member, APC by Schneider Electric, Billerica, MA
               EMPA, Dubendorf, Switzerland                                                                 3. Combined Multizone and CFD Capabilities in CONTAM
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               2. In-Situ Performance of Displacement Ventilation System in a Canadian                      Liangzhu (Leon) Wang, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada
               School with Radiant Heating Ssytem (ML-11-C026)                                              4. What Flavor of CFD Do I Need for My Project?
               Boualem Ouazia, Member, Michel Tardif, Alexandra Thompson, Iain                              Ray Sinclair, Ph.D., RWDI, Guelph, ON, Canada
               Macdonald and Daniel Booth, National Research Council Canada,
               Montreal, QC, Canada
               3. Comparison of Energy Model Abstractions for Stratified Air Distribution                                      Seminar 36 (intermediate)
               Systems (ML-11-C027)
               Iain Macdonald, Ph.D. and Julian Rimmer, National Research Council                           Energy Efficiency and Performance of Multiple Plenum Fans
               Canada, Montreal, QC, Canada                                                                 in Arrays
                                                                                                            Track: HVAC Applications
                                                                                                            Room: Cote St Luc
                                                                                                            Sponsor: 05.01 Fans, 02.06 Sound and Vibration Control, 05.09
                                   Seminar 34 (intermediate)                                                Enclosed Vehicular Facilities
                                                                                                            Chair: Asesh Raychaudhuri, P.E., Member, US Dept. of Veterans
               Celebrating High Temperature Cooling and Low Temperature
                                                                                                            Affairs, Washington, DC
               Heating
               Track: HVAC Applications                                                                         Systems with multiple fans in an array have been in use for many years in 
               Room: Westmount                                                                              the form of parallel fan system. Direct drive plenum fans in arrays seem to be 
               Sponsor: 06.01 Hydronic and Steam Equipment and Systems                                      gaining popularity in recent years as the supply air fan systems in air handling 
               Chair: Mike McDermott, Associate Member, ESD, Chicago, IL                                    unit  (AHU)  applications. This  session  addresses  the  advantages  and  disad-
                   This seminar provides an energetic retirement celebration for the fatigued               vantages of plenum fans in arrays compared to the conventional air-handling 
               low temperature chilled water system designs with 44F and hot water system                   unit fan systems in relation to energy efficiency, noise, vibration and other 
               designs  with  180F  that  we  have  been  applying  to  code  minimum  buildings            related parameters. 
                                                                                                            1. Plenum Fans in Arrays: General
                                                                                                         
               for  the  last  50  years.  Speakers  explore  the  shift  of  cooling  systems  to  high 
               temperature supply to chilled beams in excess of 55F and heating systems to                  Rad Ganesh, Ph.D., Member, Twin City Fan Companies, Plymouth, MN
                                                                                                            2. Comparison of Air-Handling Units with Fans in Array and
               low temperature radiation of less than 120F scoring. Presented are the funda-
                                                                                                            Conventional Systems
               mentals  and  applications  of  high  temperature  cooling  and  low  temperature 
               heating hydronic systems, including central plant options, room air distribution,            Larry Hopkins, P.E., Member, Huntair Inc, Tualatin, OR
               controls, energy performance, IAQ and acoustics. 


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       3. Application Considerations for Direct-Drive Plenum Fan Arrays in                                    Seminar 39 (intermediate)
       Air-Handling Applications
       Dustin Meredith, P.E., Member, Trane, Lexington, KY                                 Walk-in Coolers: Measuring and Modeling Performance
                                                                                           Track: Refrigeration
                                                                                           Room: Lasalle
                                                                                           Sponsor: 10.07 Commercial Food and Beverage Cooling Display and
                          Seminar 37 (intermediate)                                        Storage, Refrigeration Committee
                                                                                           Chair: Cynthia Gage, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, U.S. Environmental
       Ethical Challenges in the Real World: Case Studies,
                                                                                           Protection Agency, Durham, NC
       Part 1 and Part 2
       Track: Professional Skills                                                                                                                                               
                                                                                               Walk-in  coolers  and  freezers  are  used  predominately  for  food  sales  and 
       Room: Hampstead                                                                     service facilities, and are typically modular with cooling provided by remote        
       Sponsor: 01.07 Business, Management & General Legal Education,                      or self-contained refrigeration equipment. Recently DOE began a rule-making 
       College of Fellows                                                                  process  to  develop  performance  standards  for  walk-in  coolers  and  freezers. 
       Chair: Michael Connor, P.E., Member, Connor Engineering Solutions,                  Substantial opportunities for energy efficiency lie in understanding the contri-
       Alpharetta, GA                                                                      butions of the various cooling loads associated with walk-ins, as well as the 
           Four ethical challenges from real world examples are presented. The at-         performance impacts of utilizing evaporator fan speed control strategies. This 
       tendees will break up into teams of 10 to 20 each to discuss the ethical chal-      seminar reports on recent research and modeling analyses on this understudied 
       lenges and propose a course of action. The discussions will be facilitated on       area of refrigeration. 
       the floor by members of the College of Fellows. After a brief discussion by         1. Application of DPIV and CO2 Tracer Gas in Visualizing and Measuring
       the teams, their resolutions will be read along with the real world outcome.        Infiltration Rates in Walk-Ins
       This session ends at 10:45 a.m.                                                     Homayun Navaz, Ph.D., Member, Kettering University, Flint, MI
       1. When Is an Engineer Obliged to “Blow the Whistle?”                               2. Understanding the Infiltration Phenomenon and Key Contributing Factors
       Michael Connor, P.E., Member, Connor Engineering Solutions, Alpharetta, GA          Kristina Kamensky, Student Member, Prismitech, Flint, MI
       2. A PE Learns that a Client Did Not Secure the Necessary Code Approvals            3. Lab Anaylsis of Cooling Loads and Effects of Evaporator Fan Speed
       When Constructing a Building. What Must He Do to Satisfy His Ethical                Variations on Performance of Walk-Ins
       Obligations?                                                                        Ramin Faramarzi, P.E., Member, Southern California Edison, Irwindale, CA
       Warren Hahn, P.E., Member, Hahn Engineering, Tampa, FL                              4. Walk-In Performance Modeling and Validation of Simplified Performance
       3. An HVAC Engineer Uncovers a Software Program that Is Giving                      Rating Methods
       Inaccurate Information Concerning the Building Cooling Load                         Bryan R. Becker, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE1, Brian A. Fricke, Ph.D.,
       Michael Bilderbeck, P.E., Member, Pickering, Inc., Memphis, TN                      Member2, and Bryan Sartin1 (1)University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas
       4. Minor Changes Raise Major Questions                                              City, MO, (2)Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
       Warren Hahn, P.E., Member, Hahn Engineering, Tampa, FL




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                                                                                                                 9:45 AM-10:45 AM
                          Seminar 38 (intermediate)
       Indoor Air Quality Research
                                                                                                        Technical Paper Session 7 (Basic)
       Track: Net Zero Buildings
       Room: Mont Royal                                                                    Prevention of Compressor Short Cycling in
       Sponsor: 04.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling, ASHRAE HVAC&R                         Direct-Expansion (DX) Rooftop Units Part 1 and 2
       Research Journal, 07.06 Building Energy Performance                                 Track: Refrigeration
       Chair: Reinhard Radermacher, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, University of                    Room: Westmount
       Maryland, College Park, MD                                                          Chair: Daniel Dettmers, Member, IRC, U.W. Madison, Madison, WI
           Presentations include three papers on indoor air quality, recently published       This session presents papers on the theoretical analysis and simulation as 
       in the ASHRAE HVAC&R Research Journal. Topics range from aircraft IAQ               well  as  field  investigations  on  preventing  compressor  short  cycling  in  DX 
       to the use of UV radiation and contaminant distribution issues.                     rooftop units. 
       1. Disinfection Performance of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Systems           1. Prevention of Compressor Short-Cycling in Direct-Expansion (DX)
       for the Microbial Contamination on an Evaporative Humidifier                        Rooftop Units Part 1: Theoretical Analysis & Simulation (ML-11-016)
       Shinsuke Kato, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, University of Tokyo Institute of               Xiufeng Pang, Ph.D., Associate Member1 and Mingsheng Liu, Ph.D., P.E.,
       Industrial Science, Tokyo, Japan                                                    Member2, (1)Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, (2)
       2. Impact of Moving Objects on Contaminant Concentration                            University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE
       Qingyan Chen, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN           2. Prevention of Compressor Short-Cycling in Direct-Expansion (DX)
       3. Fine Particle Dispersion in a Commercial Aircraft Cabin                          Rooftop Units Part 2: Field Investigation (ML-11-017)
       Jeremy Beneke, Member and Byron Jones, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE,                  Xiufeng Pang, Ph.D., Associate Member1 and Mingsheng Liu, Ph.D., P.E.,
       Institute for Environmental Research (IER) at Kansas State University               Member2, (1)Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, (2)
       (KSU), Manhattan, KS                                                                University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE




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                     Conference Paper Session 11 (Advanced)                                              2. Pool Boiling of R-134a and R-123 on Smooth and Enhanced Tubes,
                                                                                                         Average Heat Transfer Coefficient Analysis
               New Research and Tools for Solar Energy Collection                                        Evraam Gorgy, Ph.D., Member, Kansas State University Institute for
               Optimization                                                                              Environmental Research, Manhattan, KS
               Track: Alternative Technologies
               Room: Verdun
               Sponsor: 06.07 Solar Energy Utilization
               Chair: Janice K. Means, P.E., Associate Member, Lawrence Technological                                        Seminar 42 (intermediate)
               University, Southfield, MI
                                                                                                         Ethical Challenges in the Real World: Case Studies, Part 2
                    New solar collection systems and analytic tools are being developed or               Track: Professional Skills
               used in new ways to move toward zero energy goals. This session includes: a               Room: Hampstead
               numerical analysis of a solar wall using a thermal diode to regulate and opti-            Sponsor: 01.07 Business, Management & General Legal Education,
               mize passive solar heating and cooling; a newly-devised tool for optimizing               College of Fellows
               combined solar electrical production and thermal water heating based on their             Chair: Michael Connor, P.E., Member, Connor Engineering Solutions,
               integrated life cycle analysis; and an energy simulation of geometric shapes              Alpharetta, GA
               of  individual  housing  units  and  site/street  layout  to  optimize  collection  of        This is a continuation of Seminar 37 that began at 8:00. Four ethical chal-
               solar irradiation for passive heating and daylight or conversion to electricity           lenges from real world examples are presented. The attendees will break up 
               to reach neighborhood net zero energy use.                                                into teams of 10 to 20 each to discuss the ethical challenges and propose a 
               1. Design of Solar-Optimized Neighborhoods (ML-11-C028)                                   course of action. The discussions will be facilitated on the floor by members 
               Caroline Hachem, Ph.D., Student Member, Andreas Athienitis, Ph.D., P.E.,                  of the College of Fellows. After a brief discussion by the teams, their resolu-
               Member and Paul Fazio, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada                         tions will be read along with the real world outcome. 
               2. SolOpt: A Novel Approach to Solar Rooftop Optimization (ML-11-C029)                    1. When Is An Engineer Obliged to “Blow the Whistle”?
               Lars J. Lisell, Ian Metzger and Jesse Dean, National Renewable Energy                     Michael Connor, P.E., Member, Connor Engineering Solutions, Alpharetta, GA
               Laboratory, Golden, CO


                                         Seminar 40 (Basic)                                                                  Seminar 43 (intermediate)
               An Overview of Proposed Standard SPC 191: The Efficient                                   Net-Zero Energy Design with Thermal Energy Storage Systems
               Use of Water in Buildings                                                                 Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
               Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment                                                         Room: Cote St Luc
               Room: Outremont                                                                           Sponsor: 06.09 Thermal Storage
               Sponsor: 02.08 Building Environmental Impacts and Sustainability,                         Chair: Moncef Krarti, Member, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
               08.06 Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers
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                                                                                                             In this seminar, the use of both passive and active thermal energy storage 
               Chair: John Swift Jr., P.E., Member, Cannon Design, Boston, MA                            (TES) systems to design zero-energy buildings (ZEBs) is discussed. In par-
                   This seminar provides an overview of the first draft of this proposed stan-           ticular,  speakers  will  provide  some  design  guidelines  as  well  as  operating 
               dard. This standard is intended to provide baseline requirements for the design           strategies on how to use TES systems for ZEBs as well as to reduce carbon 
               of buildings, site, and mechanical systems that minimize the volume of water              emissions  through  peak  load  shifting  options  to  reduce  the  reliance  on  the 
               required to operate HVAC systems, plumbing systems and irrigation systems.                most pollutant power generation plants. The first speaker will provide some 
               1. Water Efficiency                                                                       design guidelines for including TES systems in ZEB design while the second 
               John Swift Jr., P.E., Member, Cannon Design, Boston, MA                                   speaker will discuss control and operating strategies to use TES systems to 
                                                                                                         shift thermal loads to avoid significant electrical peak demands for ZEBs. 
                                                                                                         1. Zero-Energy Buildings and TES Systems: Case Studies
                                   Seminar 41 (intermediate)
                                                                                                         Paul Torcellini, Ph.D., Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory,
               Controls: Heat Exchanger Simulation                                                       Golden, CO
               Track: Engineering Tools                                                                  2. Operating of Both Passive and Active TES Systems
               Room: Lachine                                                                             Gregor P. Henze, Ph.D., P.E., University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
               Sponsor: 01.04 Control Theory and Application, HVAC&R Research
               Journal
               Chair: Reinhard Radermacher, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, University of
               Maryland, College Park, MD                                                                                      Forum 7 (intermediate)
                    Presentations include two papers on indoor air quality, recently published           Introducing ASHRAE Standard 193
               in the ASHRAE HVAC&R Research Journal. Topics include nucleate pool                       Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
               boiling of refrigerants, and a method for measuring and predicting the inlet air          Room: Lasalle
               flow distribution using particle image velocimetry (PIV) with a computation-              Sponsor: 06.03 Central Forced Air Heating and Cooling Systems, 09.05
               al fluid dynamics (CFD) model which highlights the source and magnitude of                Residential and Small Building Applications
               air side maldistribution.                                                                 Chair: Michael R. Lubliner, Member, Washington State University
               1. An Experimental and Computational Study of Approach Air Distribution                   Extension Energy Program, Olympia, WA
               for a Finned-Tube Heat Exchanger                                                              One of the most important predictors of a building’s energy efficiency is 
               David Yashar, Ph.D., P.E., Member, National Institute of Standards and                    its HVAC system. Air that is not delivered to areas as specified in the building 
               Technology, Gaithersburg, MD                                                              design is air that is not being used efficiently. Standard 62.2, limits allowable 
                                                                                                         air leakage between garages and houses due to leaks in the forced air HVAC 


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       system, while Standard 152 includes HVAC system air leakage in estimates                     Conference Paper Session 13 (intermediate)
       of  distribution  system  efficiency  for  residential  buildings.  Neither  of  these 
       standards provides a way to determine the tightness of specific HVAC com-
                                                                                                 Improving the Efficiency of Ground Source Heat Pump
       ponents. It is the aim of Standard 193 to provide an accurate and repeatable 
                                                                                                 Systems
                                                                                                 Track: Alternative Technologies
       method of testing the airtightness of HVAC “boxes” as a standardized labora-
                                                                                                 Room: Verdun
       tory test procedure where results maybe used for comparison purposes. Stan-
                                                                                                 Chair: Gregory Dobbs, Ph.D., Member, Penn State University,
       dard 193 can be used for a variety of HVAC system types that move less than 
                                                                                                 Philadelphia, PA
       3000 cfm (1400 L/s), Standard 193 tests results may be used by cognizant 
                                                                                                     In this session contributed papers on ground source heat pumps (GSHP) are 
       authorities who wish to regulate the air leakage of HVAC equipment and by 
                                                                                                 presented. Ground source heat pumps are finding increasing use as part of the 
       contractors  and  installers  that  wish  to  specify  equipment  based  on  known 
                                                                                                 total system solution in green buildings. The papers involve experimental and 
       leakage characteristics. 
                                                                                                 modeling efforts on the value proposition and technology options. 
                                                                                                 1. Building on Experience with Hybrid Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems
                                                                                                 (ML-11-C033)
                              Forum 8 (intermediate)                                             Amanda Pertzborn, Student Member1 and Scott P. Hackel, P.E., Associate
       Moving Closer to Net Zero Buildings with the IAQ                                          Member2, (1)University of Wisconsin - Madison, Solar Energy Laboratory,
       Procedure of Standard 62.1-2010                                                           Madison, WI, (2)Energy Center of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
       Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                                 2. An Analytical Method to Calculate Borehole Fluid Temperatures for
       Room: Mont Royal                                                                          Time-scales from Minutes to Decades (ML-11-C034)
       Sponsor: 02.03 Gaseous Air Contaminants and Gas Contaminant                               Johan Claesson, Ph.D.1 and Saqib Javed, P.E., Student Member2, (1)
       Removal Equipment, SSPC 62.1, SPC 189P TRG 4.1IAQP 02.04
                                                 ,             ,                                 Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, (2)Chalmers
       Particulate Air Contaminants and Particulate Contaminant Removal                          University of Technology, Gothenberg, Sweden
       Equipment                                                                                 3. Transcritical CO2 for Air Conditioning with Ground Source Exchange
       Chair: Christopher O. Muller, Member, Purafil Inc., Doraville, GA                         (ML-11-C035)
            This  forum  presents  and  discusses  the  current  status  of  the  Indoor Air     Iyabo Lawal, Student Member, David H. Archer, Ph.D. and Yang Hu,
       Quality Procedure of Standard 62.1–2010—specifically as related to its po-                Student Member, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
       tential for significant energy savings when used to determine outside air ven-
       tilation rates for HVAC systems. This forum solicits input as to what can be 
       done to validate the IAQ Procedure and make it more useful to the engineer-                        Conference Paper Session 14 (Basic)
       ing community when designing “net zero” energy buildings. 
                                                                                                 Net-Zero Energy Houses in North America. Can They Be
                                                                                                 Comfortable and Affordable?




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                                                                                                 Track: Net Zero Buildings
                             11:00 AM-12:30 PM                                                   Room: Mont Royal
                                                                                                 Chair: Michel Tardif, Member, CanmetENERGY, Ottawa, ON, Canada
                                                                                                     To be competitive and attractive a net-zero energy house should also be 
           Conference Paper Session 12 (intermediate)                                            affordable and comfortable. This session, through some interesting case stud-
       Alternative for Data Center Cooling and Demand                                            ies, is addressing the comfort and cost issues prevailing in moderate and cold 
       Ventilation Control Strategies                                                            climate regions in North America. The papers provide findings that will be of 
       Track: HVAC Applications                                                                  guidance for the design of future net zero homes. 
       Room: Westmount                                                                           1. New England Net Zero Production Houses (ML-11-C036)
       Chair: Wayne Lawton, P.E., Member, Merrick and Co., Aurora, CO                            Kohta Ueno, Associate Member and Daniel M. Bergey, Building Science
           This session has three papers. The first paper addresses alternative cooling          Corporation, Somerville, MA
       alternatives for cooling strategies for data centers that reduce the amount of            2. Energy Consumption and User Comfort in Cold Climate NZEHs
       energy required. The second paper presents occupancy based control strategy               (ML-11-C037)
       for VAV systems and shows how they comply with ASHRAE Standard 62.1.                      Peter Engelmann and Kurt Roth, Ph.D., Member, Fraunhofer Center for
       The third paper presents demand control methods that meet ASHRAE Stan-                    Sustainable Energy Systems, Cambridge, MA
       dards 62.1, 90.1 and 189.1.                                                               3. Net-Zero Energy Homes: Solar Photovoltaic Electricity Scenario Analysis
       1. Occupancy Based Control Strategy for Variable Air Volume (VAV)                         Based on Current and Future Costs (ML-11-C038)
       Terminal Box Systems (ML-11-C030)                                                         Veronique Delisle, CanmetENERGY, Varennes, QC, Canada
       Guopeng Liu, Ph.D., P.E., Member and Michael Brambley, Ph.D., Fellow                      4. San Francisco Bay Area Net Zero Urban Infill (ML-11-C039)
       ASHRAE, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA                               Kohta Ueno, Associate Member and John Straube, Member, Building
       2. Psychrometric Bin Analysis for Alternative Cooling Strategies in Data                  Science Corp., Somerville, MA
       Centers (ML-11-C031)
       Ian Metzger, Caleb Rockenbaugh, P.E., Member, Otto VanGeet, P.E., Jesse
       Dean and Chuck Kurnik, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO
                                                                                                                   Seminar 44 (intermediate)
       3. Demand Control Ventilation Methods to Meet ASHRAE Standards                            DOE’s New Buildings Energy Efficiency HUB Focusing
       (ML-11-C032)                                                                              on Virtually Integrated Retrofit Solutions
       Hoy Bohanon, Member, WorkingBuildings LLC, Winston Salem, NC                              Track: Engineering Tools
                                                                                                 Room: Lachine
                                                                                                 Chair: Richard Sweetser, Member, Exergy Partners Corp., Herndon, VA

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                   According to U.S. President Obama, “Making our buildings more energy-                     The quality and amount of data available from meteorological satellites 
               efficient is one of the fastest, easiest and cheapest ways to save money, com-           has  opened  up  multiple  opportunities  to  improve  the  development  of  new 
               bat  pollution  and  create  jobs  right  here  in  the  United  States  of America.”    solar radiation model methodologies. These new methodologies have created 
               These remarks were made on February 3, 2011 when the President announced                 advances in weather data engineering applications for the modeling and de-
               creation of the Building Energy Efficiency HUB. The new Energy HUB will                  sign of energy efficient buildings. In this second part, we will learn about the 
               focus its attention on transforming the commercial/institutional retrofit indus-         analysis methods and availability of solar data derived from reanalysis mod-
               try by developing transformation assessment tools; creating new retrofit com-            els  (NARR)  and  we  will  close  with  a  look  at  NASA’s  work  on  providing 
               ponents; systems and integrated systems; developing innovative public policy             meteorological satellite data for renewable energy systems. 
               initiatives; providing education and workforce transformation programs; and              1. Reliability and Quality of NARR Data
               delivering  business  models  and  commercialization.  This  seminar  describes          Didier Thevenard, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Numerical Logics Inc., Waterloo,
               DOE’s Building’s Energy HUB and its specific relationship with ASHRAE.                   ON, Canada
               1. Buildings Energy Efficiency HUB Vision, Mission and Strategic Plan                    2. NASA’s Support of Integrated Renewable Energy Systems through
               James Freihaut, Ph.D., Member, The Pennsylvania State University,                        Provision of Solar and Meteorological Resource Information
               State College, PA                                                                        Paul W. Stackhouse Jr., Ph.D., NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
               2. Transformative Retrofit Energy Assessments                                            3. Solar and Photovoltaic Forecasting through Post-processing of the Global
               John Messner, Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA                Environmental Multiscale Numerical Weather Prediction Model
               3. The Future of Retrofit Focused Controls, Components, Integrated                       Sophie Pelland, Ph.D., Natural Resources Canada, Varennes, QC, Canada
               Systems, Operations and Maintenance
               Timothy Wagner, Ph.D., Member, Energy Systems Program Office at United
               Technologies Research Center, Hartford, CT
                                                                                                                             Seminar 47 (intermediate)
                                                                                                        Radiant Cooling Systems for Energy Efficiency and IEQ
                                   Seminar 45 (intermediate)                                            Track: Alternative Technologies
               Getting to 50: First Look at the 50% Advanced Energy                                     Room: Hampstead
               Design Guide for Small and Medium Office Buildings                                       Sponsor: 06.05 Radiant Heating and Cooling, 06.01 Hydronic and
               Track: HVAC Applications                                                                 Steam Equipment and Systems
                                                                                                        Chair: Robert Bean R.E.T. P.L(Eng.), Member, Healthy Heating,
               Room: Lasalle
                                                                                                        Calgary, AB, Canada
               Sponsor: ASHRAE Special Project 133, AEDG Steering Committee
               Chair: Donald Colliver, Ph.D., P.E., Presidential Fellow Life Member,                        This seminar provides an overview of strategies used to incorporate radi-
               University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY                                                    ant cooling in medium to large buildings in Canada and abroad. These proj-
                   The  award-winning  30%  Advanced  Energy  Design  Guide  series  is  now            ects demonstrate the viability of radiant cooling as an alternative system solu-
               concluded,  having  produced  six  volumes  that  have  been  well  received  by  the    tion to dramatically reduce building energy usage and improve IEQ. 
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               building design and construction professions. The next group of publications will        1. Geo-Exchange and Radiant Cooling for Big Box Retail Development
               provide guidance as to how to achieve a 50% savings compared with ASHRAE/                David Clark, P.E., Member, Stantec Engineering, Toronto, ON, Canada
               IESNA Standard 90.1-2004. The first of these volumes, the 50% AEDG for Small             2. Manitoba Hydro Place: Alternative Technologies in Tall Buildings
               and Medium Office Buildings has now been printed. This seminar provides an               at -40 F and C
               overview of the work of ASHRAE SP-133 which produced, in conjunction with                Mark Pauls B.Sc., Manitoba Hydro, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
               AIA, IESNA, USGBC and DOE, the first in a series of 50% AEDG — Advanced                  3. Modeling Occupant Comfort Control in Larger Non-Traditional Spaces
               Energy Design Guide for Small to Medium Office Buildings.                                Peter Simmonds, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, IBE Consulting Engineers,
               1. Overview of the 50% AEDG Series and What’s New in the 50% AEDG                        Sherman Oaks, CA
               Office Guide                                                                             4. Radiant Heating and Cooling Options for School Buildings
               Bing Liu, P.E., Member, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA              Timothy J. McGinn, P.Eng., Member, DIALOG, Calgary, AB, Canada
               2. Building Envelope Strategies for the 50% AEDG SMO
               Merle F. McBride, Ph.D., Member, Owens Corning Center of Science and
               Technology, Granville, OH                                                                                     Seminar 48 (intermediate)
               3. Lighting and Daylighting Issues for the 50% AEDG SMO
                                                                                                        Ventilation Rates and Health
               Michael D. Lane, Lighting Design Lab, Seattle, WA
                                                                                                        Track: HVAC Applications
               4. Mechanical Systems and Systems Integration Issues for the 50% AEDG SMO
                                                                                                        Room: Outremont
               Daniel Nall, P.E., Member, WSP Flack + Kurtz, New York, NY
                                                                                                        Sponsor: Environmental Health Committee
                                                                                                        Chair: Steven Emmerich, Member, National Institute of Standards and
                                   Seminar 46 (intermediate)                                            Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
                                                                                                            For  ASHRAE  URP  1443,  a  multidisciplinary  group  of  IAQ  scientists               
               New High Quality Solar Data Sources and Analysis Methods
                                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                        reviewed  the  scientific  literature  on  the  effects  of  ventilation  rates  on  health 
               for High Resolution Weather Applications, Part 2
                                                                                                        in non-industrial indoor environments (offices, schools, homes, etc.). The find-
               Track: HVAC Applications
                                                                                                        ings of this study are presented and have important implications for ASHRAE 
               Room: Cote St Luc
                                                                                                        ventilation and green building standards (62.1, 62.2 and 189.1). This seminar 
               Sponsor: 04.02 Climatic Information
               Chair: Norman J. Bourassa, Associate Member, Lawrence Berkeley                           discusses  improvements  needed  in  measuring  ventilation  rates  and  related 
               National Lab, Berkeley, CA, Steve Cornick, P.Eng., National Research                     health effects in different types of buildings and different climates and cultures. 
               Council Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada                                                       1. Ventilation Rates and Health: What We Know
                                                                                                        Jan Sundell, Ph.D., Member, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

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       2. Ventilation Measurement Methods in Selected IAQ Studies                                 DOE’s legislative mandate, briefly discusses the increase in standby power in 
       Andrew Persily, Ph.D., Member, National Institute of Standards and                         residential appliances, and describes the global scale of this energy use. Sec-
       Technology, Gaithersburg, MD                                                               tion 2 describes the differences in the definition for standby power and mea-
       3. Ventilation Rates and Health: What We Still Need to Learn                               surement methodologies between industrial, national and international orga-
       Hal Levin, Fellow ASHRAE, Building Ecology Research Group, Santa Cruz, CA                  nizations. Section 3 presents a more detailed, component-level discussion of 
                                                                                                  the sources of standby power use. Section 4 presents broader changes that can 
                                                                                                  reduce  energy  use  on  the  U.S.  building  stock,  including  appliance  design, 

                              11:00 AM–1:00 PM                                                    changes in user behavior, and policy measures that may serve as good exam-
                                                                                                  ples to follow. In Section 5, the paper lists recommendations for the ongoing 
                                                                                                  revisions of the DOE test procedures for three residential appliances (dish-
                                                                                                  washers, clothes dryers and clothes washers). Section 6 presents conclusions. 
                              AShrAE Poster Session
                                                                                                  4. Convective Heat Transfer in Hemispherical Cavities with Planar Inner
       Room: Le Portage
                                                                                                  Surfaces (1415-RP) (ML-11-021)
           Presentation of 15 ASHRAE Technical Papers by poster. 
                                                                                                   Hamed H. Saber, Ph.D. and Abdelaziz Laouadi, Ph.D., Member, National
       1. A New Air Distribution System Inside Hospital Railway Coaches
                                                                                                  Research Council Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada
       (ML-11-018)
                                                                                                      Domed cavities are found in many applications in buildings, particularly 
       Andrea Vallati, Ph.D.1 and Roberto de lieto Vollaro, Ph.D.2, (1)Department
                                                                                                  in  conventional  skylights  and  tubular  daylighting  devices.  Heat  transfer 
       of Technical Phisic, Rome, Italy, (2)University of Roma 3, Rome, Italy
                                                                                                  through domed cavities is thus an important factor in evaluating the energy 
           Using  a  correct  air  distribution  system  is  very  important  for  ensuring  a 
                                                                                                  performance rating of such skylight systems, and in calculating the heating 
       cleaner indoor air as the railway coaches are not only “ closed” but also host ill 
                                                                                                  and cooling loads of buildings. Although there have been many studies on 
       people. The air distribution system studied, envisages the use of high induction 
                                                                                                  the convective heat transfer in related geometries, there is very limited infor-
       created by means of emissions from overhead micro nuzzles, in such a way as 
                                                                                                  mation  on  natural  convective  heat  transfer  in  domed  cavities  with  planar  
       to maintain the air velocity in the occupied areas, within the preset limits. Ad-
                                                                                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                  inner  surfaces.  In  this  paper,  a  numerical  study  is  conducted  on  natural 
       justable micro nuzzles allow, wherever necessary, the customization of the air 
                                                                                                  laminar  convective  heat  transfer  in  horizontal  domed  cavities  with  planar 
       jets. Simulation tests’ results are well in line with the values obtained from ex-
                                                                                                  inner  surfaces.  The  bounding  surfaces  are  subject  to  uniform  temperature 
       perimental  measures  on  the  prototype.  Checks  have  been  made  on  the  main 
                                                                                                  conditions.  The  numerical  model  is  based  on  the  finite  element  method.    
       parameters,  representative  of  the  comfort,  measured  at  horizontal  planes  0.3 
                                                                                                  The  model  predictions  are  successfully  compared  with  published  data  in     
       meters above each stretcher and at planes transversal to the coach. 
                                                                                                  literature  for  concentric  spheres  and  hemispherical  cavities.  The  results 
                                                                                                  show that for different boundary temperature conditions, the airflow in the 
       2. Application of a Run-Around Membrane Energy Exchanger in an Office
                                                                                                  cavities is mono-cellular and reaches steady state conditions for both cold 
       Building HVAC System (ML-11-019)
                                                                                                  and hot weather conditions. The numerical results are used to develop practi-




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       Carey Simonson, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Mohammad Rasouli, Student
                                                                                                  cal correlations for the Nusselt number. 
       Member, Soheil Akbari, Student Member, Howard Hemingson, Student
                                                                                                          
       Member and Robert W. Besant, Fellow Life Member, University of
                                                                                                  5. Development and Evaluation of Copper Tube and Fittings Suitable for
       Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
                                                                                                  R-410A Applications (ML-11-022)
            A Run-Around Membrane Energy Exchanger (RAMEE) has been intro-
                                                                                                   Tommy L. Jamison, P.E., Associate Member1 and Charles Stout2, (1)
       duced in the literature as a novel energy recovery system that transfers heat 
                                                                                                  Jamison Engineering, Memphis, TN, (2)Mueller Industries, Memphis, TN
       and moisture between the ventilation and exhaust air. The RAMEE consists 
                                                                                                       Why do some end customers experience gas leaks in air conditioning and 
       of  two  separate  (supply  and  exhaust)  flat-plate  exchangers  made  of  water 
                                                                                                  refrigeration units before ten years of usage? Always, context is required be-
       vapor permeable membranes, and coupled with an aqueous salt solution. In 
                                                                                                  fore an attempt should be made to answer such a question. Consensus stan-
       this paper, the application of a RAMEE in an HVAC system is investigated. 
                                                                                                  dards (ASME B31.5, ASTM B280, ASME B16.22) governing the production 
       The paper discusses the dependency of RAMEE performance on ventilation 
                                                                                                  and use of copper tube and fittings deem most of these products not sufficient 
       air and salt solution flow rates and indoor and outdoor air conditions and de-
                                                                                                  to  meet  the  higher  operating  temperature  and  pressure  requirements  of  R-
       scribes how to control the RAMEE in different operating conditions (sum-
                                                                                                  410A and other refrigerants. Though these standards appear to err to the very 
       mer, winter and part-load). An Artificial Neural Network (ANN) that is able 
                                                                                                  conservative  side,  data  taken  from  refrigeration  and  air  conditioning  OEM 
       to  predict  the  optimal  system  performance  was  developed  in  previous  re-
                                                                                                  products  seem  to  err  to  a  very  liberal  position.  For  example,  according  to 
       search. The ANN results are used for TRNSYS computer simulation of the 
                                                                                                  ASME B16.22 a 3/8” copper fitting with a minimum wall thickness of .026” 
       RAMEE  system  when  operating  in  an  office  building  in  four  different  cli-
                                                                                                  is  rated  at  660  PSI  at  150  degrees  F.  However,  data  taken  from  OEM  (R-
       mates. The results show up to 43% heating energy saving in cold climates, 
                                                                                                  410A) products has shown internal wall thicknesses as low as .009” in some 
       and up to 15% cooling energy saving in hot climates. Cost analysis proves the 
                                                                                                  failed units. The standard calculation for a wall of .009” would result in an 
       important role of pressure drop across the exchangers in life cycle cost, and 
                                                                                                  allowable operating pressure of less than 300 PSI. So where is the discrep-
       predicts payback period ranging from 2 to 5 years for the RAMEE. 
                                                                                                  ancy? The purpose of this paper is four fold: 1. Baseline the critical material 
                                                                                                  properties  necessary  to  meet  the  higher  pressure  and  temperature  require-
       3. Considerations for Incorporating Standby Power Measurement Require-
                                                                                                  ments. (It is not just wall thickness and burst pressure.  2. Confirm the manu-
       ments into the DOE Test Procedures (ML-11-020)
                                                                                                  facturing process parameters that ensure the best material properties. 3. Pro-
       Mike Galler, Member, Natascha Milesi Ferretti, P.E., Member and Farhad
                                                                                                  vide an accurate performance based (empirical) method to calculate maximum 
       Omar, Member, National Institute of Science and Technology, Gaithersburg,
                                                                                                  operating pressures for annealed copper tube and fittings. 4. Validate the im-
       MD
                                                                                                  proved material properties through accelerated life test equivalent to 30 years 
          This  paper  discusses  the  issue  of  standby  power  in  the  Department  of 
                                                                                                  in an R-410A system. 
       Energy’s (DOE) residential appliance test procedures. Section 1 introduces 

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               6. Empirical Modeling of a Rolling-Piston Compressor Heat Pump for                      9. Parameter Estimation of Dynamic Vapor Compression System Models
               Predictive Control in Low-Lift Cooling (ML-11-023)                                      Using Limited Sensor Information (ML-11-026)
               Nick Gayeski, Ph.D., Associate Member1, Tea Zakula, Student Member1,                    Bryan Rasmussen, Ph.D., Member1 and Natarajkumar Hariharan, Student
               Leslie K. Norford, Ph.D., Member1 and Peter Armstrong, Ph.D., Member2,                  Member2, (1)Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, (2)Microstaq Inc.,
               (1)Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, (2)Masdar                      Austin, TX
               Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates                         This paper presents a novel approach for identifying critical parameters in 
                   This  paper  describes  the  measurement  and  empirical  modeling  of  the         dynamic vapor compression system models using limited sensor information. 
               performance of an inverter-driven variable capacity rolling-piston compres-             Because the system dynamics are extremely sensitive to changes in refrigerant 
               sor heat pump for use in a predictive control algorithm to achieve energy-              mass flow rate, accurate expansion valve and compressor models are essential 
               efficient low-lift heat pump operation. A 0.75 refrigeration ton heat pump              to creating effective dynamic models. However, mass flow rate information is 
               was tested at 131 steady-state operating conditions spanning pressure ratios            not commonly available for installed systems. This work presents models for 
               from 1.2 to 4.8. Compressor speed, condenser fan speed, condenser air inlet             electronic and thermostatic expansion valves, evaporators and compressors. An 
               temperature  and  evaporator  air  inlet  temperature  were  varied  to  map  the       integrated approach is used to identify model parameters using only tempera-
               performance of the heat pump over a broad range of conditions including                 ture  and  pressure  sensors.  Two  numerical  search  algorithms,  nonlinear  least 
               low  pressure  ratios.  Empirical,  regression-based  curve-fit  models  of  the        squares and simplex search, are used to estimate the parameters, and the ap-
               heat pump power consumption, cooling capacity, and coefficient of perfor-               proach is validated on three distinct experimental systems. These techniques 
               mance  were  identified  that  accurately  represent  heat  pump  performance           are enabling tools for creating effective models for dynamic analysis, control 
               over the full range of test conditions. This model can be incorporated into             design and fault detection. An additional contribution of this work is the quan-
               model-based predictive chiller control algorithms where compressor speed                titative validation of a simple model of a Thermostatic Expansion Valve con-
               and condenser fan speed can be tuned to achieve energy efficient low-lift               trolled system, which has been lacking in the literature. 
               chiller performance. 
                                                                                                       10. Pollutant Removal Effectiveness with UFAD: Field Study of a Ducted
               7. Literature Review of the Effect of Temperature and Humidity on Viruses               Variable Flow System in a LEED Platinum Building (ML-11-027)
               (ML-11-024)                                                                             James A. Love, Ph.D., P.E., Member and Eduard Cubi Montanya, Student
               Farhad Memarzadeh, Ph.D., P.E., National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD             Member, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
                   An extensive literature review of over 120 papers was conducted on the                  Underfloor  air  distribution  (FAD)  systems  have  been  more  widely  used 
               effect of humidity and temperature on the transmission of infectious virus-             over the past decade. UFAD systems are believed to provide better CO2 extrac-
               es. This review targets infectious viruses known to be transmitted via the              tion, reduced energy use, improved occupant satisfaction with thermal comfort, 
               airborne  route  and  by  direct  and  indirect  contact.  Evidence  is  cited  from    and easier reconfiguration relative to conventional overhead mixing ventilation 
               both direct and indirect study results examining environmental conditions               (MV)  systems,  but  relatively  few  field  evaluations  have  been  reported.  One 
               that  affect  infectious  disease  aerosol  transmission  in  enclosed  environ-        metric used in evaluating ventilation performance is pollutant removal effec-
               ments. These results will have a major influence on the choice of infection             tiveness using CO2 as the tracer gas. A field study found in the refereed litera-
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               control measures in indoor environments as well as an associated cost for               ture determined that pollutant removal effectiveness was poorer than expected 
               equipment and renovations to the ventilation system or room design.                     for a constant flow system in a LEED 1.0 commercial new construction pilot 
                                                                                                       office building. This paper reports a field study of pollutant removal effective-
               8. Numerical Analysis and Measures for the Evaluation of Comfort Inside                 ness and CO2 concentration at breathing level with a ducted variable air vol-
               Buses Used for Public Transportation (ML-11-025)                                        ume UFAD system in a LEED platinum building. A variety of occupancy densi-
               Roberto De lieto vollaro, Ph.D., University of Roma 3, Rome, Italy                      ties, diffuser locations, and room types were evaluated. Overall, the performance 
                    This work analyses the thermo hygrometric conditions inside buses used             of the UFAD was better than reported for the previously reported constant flow 
               for public transportation. The technical solutions found through the analysis           system. The characteristics of the spaces and conditions during measurement 
               of  the  thermo-hygrometric  conditions  inside  trains,  were  also  set  out  and     are compared with those in the previous study. Factors affecting differences in 
               extended to buses. This was in order to maximize the conditioning system                performance for the two systems are discussed. 
               and the installation of the air distribution terminals. A pattern for the simu-
               lation of the thermo fluid dynamics has been researched, in order to evalu-             11. Potential Flow Model for Predicting Perforated Tile Airflow in Data
               ate possible improvements in the conditioning system or in the distribution             Centers (ML-11-028)
               system. One of the most difficulties is due to the frequent opening of doors            James VanGilder, P.E., Member, Zachary R. Sheffer, Student Member,
               which  makes  the  internal  temperature  to  be  non  uniform  throughout  the         Xuanhang (Simon) Zhang, Member and Christopher M. Healey, Ph.D., APC
               whole bus, due to the strong air leakage in winter and in summer. It is also            by Schneider Electric, Billerica, MA
               important to assess the heating and cooling transition which can often be                   In a typical data center, cooling airflow is distributed to Information Tech-
               long and unbearable for passengers inside. The simulation pattern produced              nology (IT) equipment through a raised-floor plenum utilizing perforated tiles. 
               with Airpack 2.1 (Fluent) software was then validated with a series of mea-             While the most important parameter affecting cooling performance is the per-
               sures performedduring the summer season, with which we used to calibrate                forated tile airflow rate, this quantity varies greatly across the facility and many 
               the model. The simulation model was then used for the analysis of the main              design factors influence the amount of air that can be delivered through any 
               issues concerning discomfort. This assessment addresses the fundamental                 given tile. This paper proposes a method for predicting tile airflow that is sub-
               problem that takes place at a bus stop when passengers exit and enter. It has           stantially simpler, faster, and cheaper than traditional Computational Fluid Dy-
               been compared to the solution studied for installing doors equipped with air            namics (CFD) while providing sufficient accuracy for data center design and 
               screens ( or air screened doors). The thermo fluid dynamic results guarantee            management applications. The method is based on a numerical finite difference 
               a significant improvement in thermo hygrometric comfort.                                solution of the potential flow problem. Novel aspects of the potential flow solu-
                                                                                                       tion include an iterative flow-pressure coupling technique to determine tile air-
                                                                                                       flows,  an  efficient  unstructured  Cartesian  grid  system,  and  problem-specific 


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       solution  control  parameters.  Tools  have  been  developed  with  both  two  and       total  power  consumption,  while  other  equipment  does  not  have  this.  Some 
       three-dimensional  algorithms;  the  two-dimensional  implementation  provides           manufacturers measure maximum electric power consumption by the equip-
       the best compromise between speed and accuracy. These advances combine to                ment and list that as power ratings on the nameplate or in the equipment lit-
       produce an algorithm which predicts perforated tile airflow in “real time” for           erature, while others list the maximum power capacity of the system. Since 
       practical  applications  utilizing  common  computing  hardware.  Results  have          the manufacturers’ power ratings, if reported, are usually based on instanta-
       been validated against CFD and measured data.                                            neous measurement while equipment is working at maximum capacity, use of 
                                                                                                equipment nameplate values for cooling load calculations may lead to over 
       12. Rethinking Percent Savings- The Problem with Percent Savings and                     sizing of air-conditioning equipment, resulting in extra initial cost as well as 
       ZEPI: The New Scale for a Zero Net-Energy Future (ML-11-029)                             higher operating costs. On the other hand, underestimating the cooling load 
       Charles Eley, P.E., Member1, Kimberly Goodrich1, John Arent, P.E.1,                      may result in insufficient cooling capacity. Another factor affecting calcula-
       Randall Higa, P.E., Member2 and Devin Rauss, P.E., Member2, (1)                          tion of cooling load is the split between the radiant and convective heat load 
       Architectural Energy Corporation, San Francisco, CA, (2)Southern                         from the equipment. The convection portion of the heat transferred from the 
       California Edison, Irwindale, CA                                                         equipment to the surroundings is an instantaneous load, since it is added to 
            This paper proposes a stable metric for comparing the energy efficiency of          room air by natural or forced convection without time delay, whereas the ra-
       buildings. The  paper  examines  the  problem  of  using  “percent  savings  better      diation portion is absorbed by the surfaces of the room and then dissipated 
       than a given energy code” to appraise a building’s energy performance. The               over time. Accurate determination of cooling load is important in proper siz-
       baseline for this metric, “a given energy code,” can vary greatly in its inherent        ing of air-conditioning equipment.  This article presents experimental results 
       efficiency. As  an  alternative,  the  paper  recommends  a  new  scale  –  the  Zero    for the total heat gain and radiant/convective split from a sampling of the dif-
       Energy Performance Index (zEPI) – that can be used to evaluate buildings in a            ferent types of equipment used in offices. The nameplate vs. measured values, 
       stable, elegant manner. A zEPI score of “0” would be a zero net-energy build-            operational vs. idle values, and radiant vs. convective values are compared 
       ing, while a score of “100” represents a building with average energy consump-           and discussed. 
       tion as of the year 2000. The score for a given building will be higher or lower 
       in linear relationship to the year 2000 benchmark. Finally, the benefits of zEPI         15. Zero Energy Buildings in France: Overview and Feedback (ML-11-032)
       are examined including those for energy codes, building rating programs, in-             Aurélie Lenoir, Student Member1, Francois Garde, Ph.D., P.E., Member1
       centive programs, and addressing non-regulated energy loads.                             and Etienne Wurtz, Ph.D.2, (1)University of Reunion Island, Le Tampon,
                                                                                                Reunion, (2)University of Savoie, Chambery, France
       13. Steam Heating System Upgrade to Vapor Heating System with Naturally                      This  paper  presents  an  overview  of  the  first  positive/near  Zero  Energy 
       Induced Vacuum (ML-11-030)                                                               Buildings in France -NZEB. The aim is to study the design methods and to 
       Igor Zhadanovsky, Ph.D., Applied Engineering Consulting, Newton, MA                      identify the innovative solution sets. Nineteen French zero energy buildings 
           Building retrofits is one of the largest energy saving opportunities today.          and projects have been identified so far. Innovative solutions sets in terms of 
       In many old buildings steam systems are being converted into hot water heat-             design and conception that emerge from this state of the art have been high-
       ing systems at high cost. Anticipated fuel savings of around twenty to twenty            lighted and are presented in the first part of the paper. For instance, a general 




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       seven percent is attributed not to improved system performance but mostly to             trend concerns the shape of NZEB that are narrower in terms of width. This 
       the replacement or modification of old boilers.  Meanwhile, the steam system             allows to use passive solutions such as cross natural ventilation and natural 
       performance  can  be  normally  improved  by  conversion  into  vapor/vacuum             lighting  on  both  sides  of  the  building.  Then,  as  few  Net  ZEBs  around  the 
       (negative pressure) system; fuel savings documented in old days were nearly              world are already built so far, the three first French NZEBs will be presented 
       35%. Compared to conversion into hot water, changes are limited to adding                in a second part in order to give a feedback on their construction, utilization 
       vacuum pump into two pipe reasonably leak tight system. A new improved                   and energy consumptions. The comparison of the energy consumptions dur-
       technology  has  been  re-introduced  -  vapor  heating  with  naturally  induced        ing design phase and occupancy given in the last part shows that it is always 
       vacuum - VHSNIV. It can be utilized in two- and single-pipe steam systems.               complicated to forecast the consumption of a building. One of the major prob-
       VHSNIV employs no vacuum pump, simplifies operation and maintenance.                     lems to specify the energy consumption during the design stage is the defini-
       Steam systems can be converted into vapor heating systems with significantly             tion of a timetable to evaluate the occupancy of the future building. This work 
       less cost and risk than into hot water. Possible applications include, but are           is part of a joint international program supported by the International Energy 
       not limited to, new residential and commercial buildings, existing steam sys-            Agency “Towards Net Zero Solar Buildings”. 
       tem retrofits, steam district heating systems, high rise buildings, and Co-gen-
       eration Heat and Power. Copper tubing and lightweight panel radiators are                                    esday, June 29
       implemented instead of heavy cast iron radiators and piping in order to reduce 
       VHSNIV new installations time, cost, and heat losses. 
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       14. Updated Experimental Results for Heat Gain from Office Equipment in
       Buildings (1482-RP) (ML-11-031)
                                                                                                         Technical Paper Session 8 (Advanced)
       Mohammed H. Hosni, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE and B. Terry Beck, Ph.D.,
       Member, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS                                           Improving VAV System Controls
           Measurement of the heat loss from equipment in buildings is necessary in             Track: Engineering Tools
       order to make accurate assessments of its impact on cooling loads. Advances              Room: Cote St Luc
       in the design of buildings and improvement of the thermal characteristics of             Chair: Dunstan Macauley, Encon Group, Inc., Kensington, MD
       insulation  materials  and  building  envelope  systems  have  significantly  re-            The papers in this session reviews existing control technologies and dis-
       duced the cooling load from external sources; however, the addition of vari-             cusses technology gaps for incorporating plug and play and self-configuring 
       ous types of office equipment to buildings has become a major source of in-              concepts into HVAC control systems. The session also examines a variable 
       ternal  cooling  load.  Some  equipment  includes  a  nameplate  rating  showing         air volume control technology to improve occupant comfort. 


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               1. Impact of Decentralized Controllers for Temperature Control on Control                                                                                             
                                                                                                     models  and  how  to  practically  apply  inverse  models  to  estimate  energy 
               Performance (ML-11-033)                                                               savings associated with building or system retrofits. 
               Yuji Yamakawa1, Takanori Yamazaki, Ph.D.2, Kazuyuki Kamimura, Ph.D.,                  1. Understanding Savings Uncertainty
               Member3 and Shigeru Kurosu, Ph.D.4, (1)University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan,             John Shonder, Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
               (2)Oyama National College of Technology, Oyama, Japan, (3)Yamatake                    2. Common and Uncommon Applications of Inverse Models
               Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan, (4)Research Institute “Crotech”, Chikusei, Japan              William E. Koran, Member, QuEST, West Linn, OR
               2. A Plug and Play Framework for an HVAC Air Handling Unit and                        3. Initial Findings in RP–1404—Measurement, Modeling, Analysis and
               Temperature Sensor Auto Recognition Technique-Part 1: Review of Critical              Reporting Protocols for Short-term M&V of Whole Building Energy
               Analysis (ML-11-034)                                                                  Performance
               Xiaohui Zhou, Ph.D., Member1 and Ron M. Nelson, Ph.D., P.E., Member2,                 Bass Abushakra, Ph.D., Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, WI
               (1)Iowa Energy Center, Energy Resource Station, Ankeny, IA, (2)Iowa State
               University, Ames, IA
               3. A Plug and Play Framework for an HVAC Air Handling Unit and
                                                                                                                               Seminar 50 (Basic)
               Temperature Sensor Auto Recognition Technique- Part 2: Pattern Recogni-
               tion and Test Cases (ML-11-035)                                                       Modeling the Past to Maintain the Future: Sustaining
               Xiaohui Zhou, Ph.D., Member1 and Ron M. Nelson, Ph.D., P.E., Member2,                 Historic Buildings through Computer Tools
               (1)Iowa Energy Center, Energy Resource Station, Ankeny, IA, (2)Iowa State             Track: Engineering Tools
               University, Ames, IA                                                                  Room: Lasalle
                                                                                                     Sponsor: 01.05 Computer Applications, Historical Committee
                                                                                                     Chair: Tim Dwyer, Fellow ASHRAE, University College London,
                                                                                                     London, United Kingdom
                   Conference Paper Session 15 (intermediate)                                            The global challenge for maintaining and developing a sustainable built 
               Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) System                                        environment in the coming decades is from the 95%+ of buildings that are 
               Track: Alternative Technologies                                                       already  here.  This  session  provides  real  experiences  of  applying  modern 
               Room: Verdun                                                                          modeling techniques to historic buildings as a means of developing designs 
               Chair: Shanti Pless, Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory,                    that preserve the past as well as ensuring a viable future. 
               Golden, CO, Bill Dean, Member, National Research Council of Canada,                   1. Revealing Design and Construction Challenges of Historical Buildings
               Saskatoon, SK, Canada                                                                 During BIM Creation
                   This  session  is  dedicated  to  presentations  related  to  the  building 
                                                                                                     David Branson, P.E., Member, Compliance Services Group, Inc., Lubbock, TX
               integrated  photovoltaic  (BIPV)  system  as  part  of  the  Net  Zero  Energy        2. Applying Computational CFD to Design Air Flow in Archeological
               Building Track.                                                                       Church of Christ in Cairo, Egypt
               1. The Redesign of an Italian Building to Reach Net Zero Energy                       Essam Khalil, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt
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               Performances: A Case Study of the SHC Task 40 - ECBCS Annex 52                        3. The Actual Reality of Predicted Energy Modeling for Historic
               (ML-11-C040)                                                                          Toronto Building
               Maurizio Cellura, Ph.D.1, Lucia Campanella1, Giuseppina Ciulla1, Valerio              David Clark, Member, Stantec, Toronto, ON, Canada
               Lo Brano1, Orioli Aldo1 and Davide Nardi Cesarini2, (1)Universita degli
               Studi di Palermo, Palermo, Italy, (2)Loccioni Group, Ancona, Italy
               2. Net-Zero in Vermont: The Putney School Field House (ML-11-C041)
                                                                                                                         Seminar 51 (intermediate)
               Andy M. Shapiro, Member1, Daniel C. Lewis, Member2 and William
               Maclay3, (1)Energy Balance, Montpelier, VT, (2)Kohler & Lewis, Keene,                 New and Improved Lubricants to Accommodate Low Global
               NH, (3)Maclay Architects, Waitsfield, VT                                              Warming Potential Refrigerants
               3. From High Performance Toward Net-Zero Buildings in Canada:                         Track: HVAC Applications
               Overview and Long-Term Perspective (ML-11-C042)                                       Room: Westmount
               Michel Tardif, Member1, Stephen Pope2 and Mike Lubun3, (1)CanmetENERGY,               Sponsor: 03.04 Lubrication, 03.02 Refrigerant System Chemistry
               Ottawa, ON, Canada, (2)CanmetENERGY Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa,                 Chair: Scott R. Gustafson, Member, Shrieve Chemical Products, Inc.,
                                                                                                     The Woodlands, TX
               ON, Canada, (3)Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada
                                                                                                         The  transition  to  low  global  warming  potential  (LGWP)  refrigerants  is 
                                                                                                     critical to developing environmentally sustainable energy efficient refrigera-
                                                                                                     tion technologies suitable for net-zero energy applications. Lubricants opti-
                                  Seminar 49 (intermediate)                                          mized for HFC refrigerants are no longer suitable for use with many of the 
               Building Simulation 103: Inverse Modeling Tools                                       LGWP refrigerants being considered today. Significant energy savings can be 
               Track: Engineering Tools                                                              achieved through proper optimization of lubricant/refrigerant solution prop-
               Room: Lachine                                                                         erties to provide the best balance of lubrication in the compressor while main-
               Sponsor: 04.07 Energy Calculations, GPC 14                                            taining  excellent  heat  transfer  in  the  refrigeration  cycle.  This  seminar  dis-
               Chair: Chris Balbach, P.E., Member, Performance Systems Development                   cusses  fundamentals  of  lubrication,  the  important  criteria  for  refrigeration 
               of NY, LLC, Ithaca, NY                                                                lubricants and the development of lubricants designed specifically for LGWP 
                   This seminar is intended to introduce participants to the means and meth-         refrigerants. 
               ods of ‘Inverse Modeling’ techniques. Speakers present how to understand              1. Fundamentals of Lubrication and the Development of Lubricants
               ‘savings  uncertainty,’  how  to  physically  interpret  coefficients  of  inverse    Optimized for Use in LGWP Refrigerant-Based Applications
                                                                                                     Edward Hessell, Ph.D., Member, Chemtura Corporation, Middlebury, CT


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       2. Comparative Review of Synthetic Lubricants Applicability for                                         Seminar 54 (intermediate)
       LGWP Refrigerants
       Elizabeth Dixon, Ph.D., Member, Shrieve Chemical Products, Inc.,                     The Four Cornerstones of High Performance Teams
       The Woodlands, TX                                                                    Track: Professional Skills
       3. Energy Efficiency Gains: Power of the Lubricant
                                                                                            Room: Hampstead
                                                                                            Chair: David Zimmerman, P.E., Member, Rollie Johnson, Inc., St. Lois, MO
       Joseph Karnaz, Member, CPI Engineering/Lubrizol, Midland, MI
       4. Lubricants for LGWP Refrigerants HFO-1234yf and HFO-1234ze                            In today’s global marketplace, the demands on human resources are great. 
       Christopher Seeton, Ph.D., Member, Honeywell, Buffalo, NY                            People are expected to be more productive with less time. How does this af-
                                                                                            fect  the  quality  of  your  product  or  service,  absenteeism,  performance  and 
                                                                                            profit? We all know that the right environment creates a platform where peo-
                                                                                            ple and productivity thrive. The challenge is how to tap into the potential of 
                          Seminar 52 (intermediate)                                         the company’s greatest resource, its people, to create alignment with the cor-
       Solar Cooling in the U.S. and Abroad                                                 porate mission and objectives. This seminar introduces four core skills that 
       Track: Alternative Technologies                                                      will help leaders and teams create a culture of motivation, creativity, produc-
       Room: Outremont                                                                      tivity and profit. 
       Sponsor: 08.12 Desiccant Dehumidification Equipment and Components,                  1. The Four Cornerstones of High Performance Teams
       06.07 Solar Energy Utilization                                                       Godfrey H.J. Nash, P.Eng., Member, Keystone Marketing Inc, Vancouver,
       Chair: Andrew Lowenstein, Ph.D., Member, AIL Research, Inc.,                         BC, Canada
       Princeton, NJ
           Meeting a building’s heating and cooling loads is one of the greatest chal-
       lenges to designing a net zero energy building. Solar thermal collectors are 
                                                                                                                  9:45 AM-10:45 AM
       commonly  used  to  provide  space  and  water  heating  in  NZE  buildings,  but 
       these solar systems often have excess capacity in the summer when solar in-              Conference Paper Session 16 (intermediate)
       solation is greatest. Thermally driven cooling technologies are now meeting 
                                                                                            Building Energy Modeling to Improve Energy Efficiency
       this need for year-round solar thermal loads. The seminar focuses on the ex-
                                                                                            Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
       perience with operating solar cooling systems that use desiccant, absorption 
                                                                                            Room: Lasalle
       and adsorption technologies.                                                         Chair: Gary Debes, Member, SNC-Lavalin Project Services, Exton, PA
       1. A Survey of Solar Cooling Technologies in North America
                                                                                               The papers present modeling and calibration processes for building ener-
       Lucio Mesquita, Ph.D., Associate Member, Thermosol Consulting, Toronto,
                                                                                            gy models and how the process can maximize energy conservation with com-
       ON, Canada
                                                                                            missioning of building systems and measurement and verification (M&V). 
       2. Design and Installation of the Solar Cooling Pilot Project at Shouldice
                                                                                            1. Modeling and Calibration of Energy Models for a DoD Building
       Hospital in Toronto




                                                                                                                                                                                   Tech Program
                                                                                                                                                                                   Tech Program
                                                                                            (ML-11-C043)
       Darren Cooper, P.Eng., Member, Glenbarra Energy Management Corp.,
                                                                                            Zheng O’Neill, Ph.D., P.E., Member1, Shui Yuan1, Trevor Bailey1, Satish
       Mississauga, ON, Canada
                                                                                            Narayanan1, Vladimir Fonoberov, Ph.D.2 and Bryan Eisenhower, Ph.D.,
       3. Canada’s Largest Solar Thermal Cooling Project
                                                                                            Member3, (1)United Technologies Research Center, East Hartford, CT, (2)
       Suni Ball, Proterra Solar, Woodstock, ON, Canada
                                                                                            Aimdyn, Inc,, Santa Barbara, CA, (3)UCSB-Center for Energy Efficient
       4. Operating Experience on a 3,000-CFM Solar Dedicated Outdoor
                                                                                            Design, Santa Barbara, CA
       Air System
                                                                                            2. Modeling the Commercial Buildings Sector: An Agent-Based Approach
       Jesse Dean, Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO
                                                                                            (ML-11-C044)
                                                                                            Ignacio J. Martinez-Moyano, Ph.D., Eric R. Tatara, Ph.D., Fei Zhao,
                                                                                            Diane J. Graziano, Ph.D. and Guenter Conzelmann, Argonne National
                          Seminar 53 (intermediate)                                         Laboratory, Argonne, IL

       Standard 62.1 Current Pressures and Challenges
       Track: Net Zero Buildings
       Room: Mont Royal                                                                         Conference Paper Session 17 (intermediate)
       Sponsor: SSPC 62.1
       Chair: Eli Howard III, Member, SMACNA, Chantilly, VA                                 How Can Implementing Building Energy Audits Improve
                                                                                            Energy Efficiency
          The  session  explores  the  pressures  and  challenges  faced  by  designers, 
                                                                                            Track: Engineering Tools
       owners and facility operators of dealing with net zero energy buildings when 
                                                                                            Room: Lachine
       faced with meeting IAQ requirements and the real and perceived economic 
                                                                                            Chair: Steve Baumgartner, Associate Member, Buro Happold,
       impacts of these decisions.                                                          New York, NY
       1. How Do We Deal with the Challenges of Net Zero Buildings
                                                                                                The papers discuss updates to the publication and energy auditing methods 
       Michael Apte, Ph.D., Member, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,
                                                                                            that professionals can apply to their professional practice as well as implemen-
       Berkeley, CA
                                                                                            tation and verification studies to confirm the results of energy audits. 
       2. How Do We Deal with the Real and Perceived Economic Impact
                                                                                            1. Updated Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits (ML-
       Roger Hedrick, Member, Architectural Energy Corp., Boulder, CO
                                                                                            11-C045)
       3. Dealing with Ozone and Outdoor Air Requirements
                                                                                            Jim Kelsey, P.E., Member1 and Richard J. Pearson, Member2, (1)kW
       Hal Levin, Fellow ASHRAE, Building Ecology Research Group,
                                                                                            Engineering, Oakland, CA, (2)Pearson Engineering, Madison, WI
       Santa Cruz, CA


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               2. Analysis of Measurement and Verification Methods for Energy Retrofits                will be interlinked and why thermal energy storage should play a prominent 
               Applied to Residential Buildings (ML-11-046)                                            role in the power grid of the future. 
               Tim Guiterman, Associate Member and Moncef Krarti, University of                        1. Energy Storage: An Integral Part of the Smart Grid
               Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO                                                          Mark MacCracken, P.E., Member, CALMAC Manufacturing Corp, Fair
                                                                                                       Lawn, NJ
                                                                                                       2. Unitary Thermal Storage Systems: An Intelligent Distributed Energy
                     Conference Paper Session 18 (Advanced)
                                                                                                       Resource
               Unique Applications of Photovoltaic Systems                                             Brian Parsonnet and Robert Willis, Member, Ice Energy, Fort Collins, CO
               Track: Alternative Technologies
               Room: Hampstead
               Sponsor: 06.07 Solar Energy Utilization                                                                     Forum 9 (intermediate)
               Chair: Bryan R. Becker, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, University                          Incorporating Acoustics into BIM
               of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO                                                Track: Engineering Tools
                   This session focuses on unique applications of photovoltaic systems. The            Room: Verdun
               applications include both a full scale building integrated photovoltaic/thermal         Sponsor: 02.06 Sound and Vibration Control, 01.05 Computer Applications
               system utilizing a transpired collector as well as a feasibility study of install-      Chair: Andrew Mitchell, Member, Acoustic Dimensions Inc., Dallas, TX
               ing photovoltaic systems on several landfills that are targeted for closure.                With the advent and progressive adoption of BIM in the building systems 
               1. Photovoltaics on Landfills in Puerto Rico (ML-11-C047)                               design community, there are opportunities to incorporate good design prac-
               James Salasovich and Gail Mosey, National Renewable Energy Laboratory,                  tices related to noise control in BIM models. The session discusses current 
               Golden, CO                                                                              known practices related to acoustics and noise control and to explore future 
               2. Design and Performance of a Photovoltaic/Thermal System Integrated                   possibilities and how ASHRAE may be able to help. 
               with Transpired Collector (ML-11-C048)
               James Bambara, Andreas Athienitis, Ph.D., P.E., Member and Brendan
               O’Neill, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada
                                                                                                                            Forum 10 (Advanced)
                                                                                                       Should ASHRAE Have a Standard on Building Envelopes
                                                                                                       Track: HVAC Applications
                                                                                                       Room: Cote St Luc
                                  Seminar 56 (intermediate)                                            Sponsor: 01.12 Moisture Management in Buildings, 04.04 Building
               Are Net Zero Laboratories Even Possible, and if So How?                                 Materials and Building Envelope Performance
               Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                               Chair: Raymond Patenaude, P.E., Member, The Holmes Agency, Inc.,
               Room: Mont Royal                                                                        Tierra Verde, FL, William B. Rose, Member, University of Illinois
               Sponsor: 09.10 Laboratory Systems                                                       Building Research Council, Champaign, IL, Anton TenWolde, Member,
                                                                                                       University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Tech Program




               Chair: Gordon P. Sharp, Member, Aircuity, Inc., Newton, MA
                   Laboratories with their intense use of outside air and safety concerns are              HVAC designers rely on the building envelope to control thermal and hygro-
               one of the most challenging building types to achieve net zero. In fact, some           thermal loads from the outdoor environment. Yet, there are very little require-
               might say it can’t be done at least for many climates. However, a path does             ments regarding these issues and no organization has taken ownership of the pa-
               exist  to  achieve  net  zero  using  multiple  technologies  such  as VAV  lab  and    rameters. If ASHRAE and its members are to achieve net zero energy design for 
               exhaust  fan  control,  demand  based  control  of ACH’s,  chilled  beam  or  hy-       buildings, the building envelope must control and reduce to a minimum, thermal 
               dronic cooling, and possibly heat recovery. This seminar explores this topic            transport, vapor diffusion, air exfiltration and infiltration. 
               from a holistic viewpoint and provides an actual case study of a large near net 
               zero lab project in the UAE. 
               1. A Holistic Overview of Technologies and Strategies to Achieve Net                                        11:00 AM-12:30 PM
               Zero Labs
               Gordon P. Sharp, Member, Aircuity, Inc., Newton, MA                                           Technical Paper Session 9 (intermediate)
               2. Case Study of a Large near Net Zero Lab Project in the UAE
               Paul Lemestre, P.E., Member, Research Facilities Design, San Diego, CA                  Modeling and Comparison of ECM and PSC Motors in
                                                                                                       Series and Parallel Fan Powered VAV Terminal Units
                                                                                                       Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
                                  Seminar 57 (intermediate)                                            Room: Outremont
                                                                                                       Sponsor: 05.03 Room Air Distribution
               Helping Smart Grid Make the Grade with Energy Storage
                                                                                                       Chair: Gus Faris, Member, Nailor Industries Inc., Houston, TX
               Track: HVAC Systems and Equipment
               Room: Outremont                                                                             Electronically commutated motors (ECMs) have begun to be used on the 
               Sponsor: 06.09 Thermal Storage, 07.05 Smart Building Systems                            fan motors in fan powered terminal units (FPTUs). This session provides per-
               Chair: Geoffrey C. Bares, Associate Member, CB&I, Plainfield, IL                        formance data on ECM series and parallel terminal units with 8 in. (203 mm) 
                    Smart grid technology is predicted to transform energy usage and opti-             and 12 in. (304 mm) primary inlets from three terminal unit manufacturers and 
               mize energy delivery, but it will require demand response capability to reach           two motor manufacturers. Semi-empirical models were developed for fan air-
               its full potential. Thermal energy storage (TES) is a proven technology that            flow output, fan power consumption, and primary airflow for parallel fan pow-
               can  meet  this  need  by  reducing  power  consumption  during  times  of  peak        ered variable air volume terminal units with electronically commutated motors. 
               cooling load. This seminar explores how energy storage and the smart grid               The papers in this session are an extension to the prior work on FPTUs with 
                                                                                                       SCR controllers in 1292-RP. 

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        1. Performance of Series Fan Powered Terminal Units with Electronically                 1. Integrated Design Processes: Planning and Team Engagement
        Commutated Motors (ML-11-036)                                                           (ML-11-C052)
        Dennis L. O’Neal, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE1, Jacob L. Edmondson2,                     Stephen Pope and Michel Tardif, P.Eng., Member, CanmetENERGY Natural
        John Bryant, Ph.D., P.E., Member3 and Michael Davis, Ph.D., Associate                   Resources Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada
        Member4, (1)Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, (2)Goetting and                2. SenseCube: Sensor-Enabled Cubicles for Occupant-Centric Capture of
        Associates, San Antonio, TX, (3)Texas A&M University at Qatar, Dohar,                   Building Performance Data (ML-11-C053)
        Qatar, (4)New York University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates                          Ramtin Attar, Ebenezer Hailemariam, Azam Khan and Gord Kurtenbach,
        2. Performance of Parallel Fan Powered Terminal Units with Electronically               Autodesk Research, Toronto, ON, Canada
        Commutated Motors (ML-11-037)                                                           3. A Dynamic Machine Learning-Based Technique for Automated Fault
        Dennis L. O’Neal, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE1, Jacob L. Edmondson2,                     Detection In HVAC Systems (ML-11-C054)
        Michael Davis, Ph.D., Associate Member3 and John Bryant, Ph.D., P.E.,                   Josh Wall, Ph.D., Member1, Ying Guo, Ph.D.2, Jiaming Li3 and Sam West ,
        Member4, (1)Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, (2)Goetting and                (1)CSIRO Energy Technology, Newcastle, Australia, (2)CSIRO ICT Centre,
        Associates, San Antonio, TX, (3)New York University, Abu Dhabi, United                  Sydney, Australia, (3)CSIRO, Newcastle, Australia
        Arab Emirates, (4)Texas A&M University at Qatar, Dohar, Qatar
        3. Inlet Installation Effects on Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans, Air
        Performance and Sound (ML-11-038)
        Mark Stevens, AMCA International, Arlington Heights, IL                                                     Seminar 58 (intermediate)
                                                                                                Design and Analysis Tools for Underfloor Air Distribution
                                                                                                (UFAD) Systems
            Conference Paper Session 19 (intermediate)                                          Track: HVAC Applications
                                                                                                Room: Cote St Luc
        Data Center Sustainability of Systems; Design Techniques                                Sponsor: 05.03 Room Air Distribution
        to Improve Water, Air and Equipment Management                                          Chair: Fred Bauman, P.E., Member, Center for the Built Environment
        Track: HVAC Applications                                                                (CBE), University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
        Room: Westmount
                                                                                                    For the past 15 years, design engineers for UFAD systems have had to 
        Sponsor: 09.09 Mission Critical Facilities, Technology Spaces and
                                                                                                develop their designs, perform load calculations, and conduct energy simula-
        Electronic Equipment
        Chair: Wade Conlan, P.E., Member, exp, Maitland, FL                                     tions  without  the  benefits  of  accurate  and  systematic  design,  analysis,  and 
                                                                                                energy modeling tools. This seminar presents three currently available engi-
            The  design  of  data  centers  can  drastically  influence  the  energy  perfor-
                                                                                                neering tools that have been developed through research and design applica-
        mance of the facility and its PUE. Learn how to utilize rain and other water 
                                                                                                tions. Unlike previous methods, these new tools are capable of accounting for 
        sources to increase the efficiencies. Also, learn an approach for embedding 
                                                                                                two key distinguishing characteristics of UFAD systems: room air stratifica-
        operations and maintenance (O&M) best practices considerations into the de-
                                                                                                tion  and  thermal  performance  of  underfloor  air  supply  plenums.  The  tools 




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                                                                                                                                                                                         Tech Program
        sign increasing the chance of sustaining its performance. Finally, through the 
                                                                                                covered include: whole-building energy simulation, simplified design sizing 
        proper selection of floor tiles, assist in optimizing the important operational 
                                                                                                methods and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). 
        and maintenance issues for cooling the data center—delivering cold air to the 
                                                                                                1. Whole-Building Energy Simulation of UFAD Systems
        servers, minimizing bypass and recirculation airflows and adjusting the quan-
                                                                                                Tom Webster, P.E., Member, Center for the Built Environment (CBE),
        tity and placement of the tiles as the facility loads change over time. 
                                                                                                University of California, Berkeley, CA
        1. Sustainable and Energy Efficient Uses of Rain and other Water Sources
                                                                                                2. A Simple Design Method for Indoor Spaces with UFAD Systems (RP-1522)
        for Data Centers (ML-11-C049)
                                                                                                Qingyan Chen, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
        Gregory R. Jeffers, P.E., Member, McKenney’s, Inc., Atlanta, GA
                                                                                                3. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis of UFAD Systems
        2. A Holistic Approach to Embed Operations & Maintenance Best Practices
                                                                                                Kishor Khankari, Ph.D., Member, Tony Saracino and Robert Bolin, P.E.,
        in the Design of Critical Facilities (ML-11-C050)
                                                                                                Member, Syska Hennessy Group, Ann Arbor, MI
        Terry Rodgers, Member, Syska Hennessy Group, Concord, NC
        3. The Oft-Forgotten Component of Air Flow Management in Data Center
        Applications (ML-11-C051)
        Vali Sorell, P.E., Member, Syska Hennessy, Charlotte, NC                                                    Seminar 59 (intermediate)
                                                                                                Electric Vehicles and Net Zero Energy Buildings: A Perfect
                                                                                                Match or an Odd Couple?
            Conference Paper Session 20 (intermediate)                                          Track: Net Zero Buildings
        Designing Integrated Building Systems                                                   Room: Mont Royal
        Track: Engineering Tools                                                                Sponsor: 01.09 Electrical Systems
        Room: Lachine                                                                           Chair: Steven Faulkner, Member, Georgia Power, Marietta, GA
        Sponsor: 07.01 Integrated Building Design                                                   This session provides an overview of electric transportation in the United 
        Chair: Dennis Knight, P.E., Member, Whole Building Systems, LLC,                        States,  market  share  and  market  penetration,  different  technologies  being 
        Charleston, SC                                                                          used for light duty and medium/heavy duty applications and an overview of 
            This session provides information to the design professional on how to              electric vehicle service equipment. Addresses how electric vehicle charging 
        create, manage and work within an integrated design process and how to use              could affect building operations and utility bills. Describes ASHRAE’s build-
        manually gathered data, sensors and automated data collection to help make              ing and other code issues associated with electric transportation. 
        informed design and operation decisions regarding building performance in 
        both modern facilities and historic structures. 


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               1. Information on the Technology and Market Development (and policies                                     Seminar 62 (intermediate)
               that are having an influence)
               Steve Rosenstock, Member, Edison Electric Institute, Washington, DC                     Simulation Quality Assurance
               2. Technical or Economic Issues Associated with Charging and Vehicles
                                                                                                       Track: Engineering Tools
               at a Building
                                                                                                       Room: Verdun
                                                                                                       Sponsor: 04.07 Energy Calculations
               Karen Sikes, SRA International, Knoxville, TN
                                                                                                       Chair: Carol M. Gardner, P.E., Associate Member, Gardner Resource
               3. Information on Codes Issues (ASHRAE 90.1 Building or NEC
                                                                                                       Management Services, Vancouver, BC, Canada
               Electrical Codes)
                                                                                                           Building modeling is used as an accounting tool to qualify projects for 
               Steven Faulkner, Member, Georgia Power, Marietta, GA
                                                                                                       monetary incentives (Energy Star label, LEED points, tax breaks, etc.) Some 
                                                                                                       of these programs base rewards on achieved percentage improvement over 
                                    Seminar 60 (Advanced)                                              the baseline, with either a sliding incentive scale or contingent on the project 
               Is there a Better Way to Play, eh? (Comparisons in Green                                meeting or exceeding an established target. Others base incentive on the dif-
               Building Project Execution in Canada and the US.)                                       ference in energy consumption between the baseline and proposed models. 
               Track: Net Zero Buildings                                                               The end  result of  energy  modeling in  a given  program is the  key factor in 
               Room: Hampstead                                                                         establishing model review process. In any large-scale program involving en-
               Sponsor: 01.07 Business, Management & General Legal Education,                          ergy  modeling,  many  companies/individuals  are  involved  in  submittal  re-
               02.08 Building Environmental Impacts and Sustainability                                 view. To ensure consistency, the key review steps and decision factors in de-
               Chair: E. Mitchell Swann, P.E., Member, MDC Systems, Paoli, PA                          termining pass/resubmit/fail outcome must be documented. 
                   There has been much hue and cry in the US about an impending wave of                1. Quality Control of ASHRAE 90.1 Appendix G Models
               “green building” litigation arising out of everything from poor performance             Maria Karpman, Member, Karpman Consulting, Glastonbury, CT
               to late building certifications. Canada has had possibly an even more aggres-           2. The Building Energy Simulation Test for Existing Homes (BESTEST-EX)
               sive push on green or sustainable buildings but seems to be far less concerned          Ron Judkoff, Ph.D., Member1 and Joel Neymark, P.E., Member2, (1)
               or pressured on the litigation front of the green building wave. What’s up with         National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, (2)J. Neymark and
               that? Is there a “process?”                                                             Associates, Golden, CO
               1. The Canadian Project Context                                                         3. Developing Simulation Guidelines and Model Review Processes for
               Dan Leduc, J.D., Ogilvy Renault LLP/S.E.N.C.R.L., s.r.l., Ottawa, ON, Canada            Modeling-Based Incentive Programs
               2. Great Expectations/Great Intentions                                                  Nicholas Long, Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO
               Sam Oboh, Public Works and Government Services Canada – Western
               Region, Edmonton, AB, Canada
               3. The US Project Context
                                                                                                        notes
               Stephen Del Percio, J.D., Arent Fox LLP, New York, NY
Tech Program




               4. Stand and Deliver: Meeting Expectations in a Highly Expectant World
               Malcolm Lewis, P.E., Member, CTG Energetics, Irvine, CA


                                  Seminar 61 (intermediate)
               Modeling Large Public Spaces
               Track: Engineering Tools
               Room: Lasalle
               Sponsor: 04.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling
               Chair: Ray Sinclair, Ph.D., RWDI, Guelph, ON, Canada
                   As we look to reduce energy consumption in buildings while still ensuring 
               occupant comfort and health, CFD is becoming an ever more important de-
               sign  tool.  Such  spaces  often  pose  unique  modeling  challenges  due  to  their 
               sheer  size,  architectural  complexity,  and  design  purpose.  This  seminar  ex-
               plores  aspects  unique  to  the  modeling  of  large  public  spaces  ranging  from 
               atria to grocery stores to auditoriums. 
               1. CFD for Grocery Store HVAC Design: Thermal Performance of Display
               Cases and Thermal Comfort of Occupants
               John Zhai, Ph.D., Member, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
               2. Modeling Large Public Spaces Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
               (CFD)
               Mikhail Koupriyanov, Price, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
               3. Numerical Modeling of Public Concert Buildings
               Andy Manning, Ph.D., Mentor Graphics, Marlborough, MA
               4. Smoke Conditions in Atria: Comparison Between NFPA 92B Algebraic
               Equations and CFD
               J. Greg Sanchez, P.E., Member, MTA-New York Transit, New York, NY




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       SOCiETy COMMiTTEE MEETiNgS                                                         Specialty Conferences,
                                                                                          Fri., 6/24, 3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.., (H) St. Lambert (Lower Level)
       (Subcommittees are indented)                                                       CEC/TAC Executive,
       Codes for locations:                                                               Sat., 6/25, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
       (F) Fairmont                                                                   DRC/RVC Orientation,
       Following the hotel code and room name is the location of the                  Thur., 6/23, 3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
       meeting room within the hotel:                                                 DRC Training,
       (C) Convention Level; (M) Mezzanine Level (3) Executive Level                  Fri., 6/24, 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Terrebonne (3)
                                                                                      Electronic Communications,
                                                                                      Sat., 6/25, 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
       (H) Hilton
                                                                                      Energy Targets Implementation Ad Hoc,
       Following the hotel code and room name is the location of the                  Sat., 6/25, 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)
       meeting room within the hotel:                                                 Environmental Health,
       (L) Lower Level                                                                Mon., 6/27,2:15 p.m.–6:15 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
       (LL) Lobby Level                                                                   Excom,
                                                                                          Mon., 6/27, 7:00 –8:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
       ALPhABETiCAL LiSTiNg                                                               Education/Research,
                                                                                          Mon., 6/27, 8:00 a.m. –10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
       ABEL Implementation Ad Hoc
       Sun., 6/26, 8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)                              Handbook/Program,
                                                                                          Mon., 6/27, 10:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
       Advocacy,
       Sun., 6/26, 6:30 a.m.–8:30 a.m., (F) Bellechasse (3)                           Executive Committee,
                                                                                      Sat., 6/25, 8:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
       ASHRAE Foundation,                                                             Wed., 6/29, 7:30 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
       Mon., 6/27,8:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)                           Thur., 6/30, 7:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m., (F) Bersimis (C)
             ASHRAE Foundation Excom,                                                 Finance,
             Sat., 6/25, 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
                                                                                      Fri., 6/24, 8:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
       ASHRAE Research Canada,
                                                                                          Investment Subcommittee
       Sun., 6/26, 7:00 a.m.–8:30 a.m., (F) Matapedia (C)                                 Thurs., 6/23, 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m., (F) St. Charles (C)
       Associate Society Alliance,                                                        Planning Subcommittee
       Mon., 6/27, 4:15 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Harricana (C)                                 Thurs., 6/23, 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m., (F) Matapedia (C)
       Board of Directors,                                                            Handbook,
       Fri., 6/24, 3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Marquette (C)                             Sun., 6/26, 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
       Sun., 6/26,1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Grand Salon (C)                                Handbook Strategic Planning/Executive
       Wed., 6/29, 2:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Grand Salon (C)                               Sat., 6/25, Noon–3:00 p.m., (F) St. Charles (C)
       Certification,                                                                     Electronic Media,
       Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Matapedia (C)                                      Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Batiscan (M)
       Chapter Technology Transfer,                                                       Liaison Training,
       Fri., 6/24, 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)                                    Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
       Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelga 1 (C)                                    Functional,
                                                                                          Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Yamaska (C)
             Member Services,
             Fri., 1:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)                                  Publicity,
                                                                                          Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
             Operations,
             Fri., 1:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)                               Practical Applications,
                                                                                          Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m.. (F) St. Charles (C)
             Executive,
             Fri., 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)                                  Program,
                                                                                          Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Terrebonne (3)
             New Member Orientation,




                                                                                                                                                                          Soc Comm Mtgs
             Sat., 12:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m. (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)                               2012 HVAC Systems and Equipment TCs/
       CLIMA,                                                                             Volume Subcommittee
       Sat., 6/25, 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m., (F) Cap–Chat (3)                                 Sun., 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
       College of Fellows Board/Advisory,                                                 2013 Fundamentals TCs/Volume Subcommittee
       Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)                              Sun., 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) St. Charles (C)
       College of Fellows                                                                 2014 Refrigeration TCs/Volume Subcommittee
       Sun., 6/26, 10:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                                                                                          Sun., 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Batiscan (M)
       Committee/Council Orientation,
                                                                                          Handbook Volume Subcommittees
       Tue., 6/28, 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
                                                                                          Sun., 10:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
             Members, (F) Duluth (C)
             Publishing and Education, (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
                                                                                      Historical,
                                                                                      Sun., 6/26, 8:30 a.m.–Noon, (F) Caudiere (C)
             Technology, (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                                                                                      Honors & Awards,
       Conferences and Expositions Committee,                                         Sun., 6/26, 1:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
       Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (H) Fontaine Salon E                          Mon., 6/27, 2:15 p.m.–5:30 p.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)
       (Lower Level)
                                                                                          Honors & Awards Orientation,
             Subcommittees:                                                               Sun., 6/26, 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
             Executive,                                                               Life Members Executive Board Meeting,
             Fri., 6/24, 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (H) Pointe–Aux–Trembles (Lower Level)   Tue., 6/28, 9:00 –11:00 a.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
             Training,                                                                Members Council,
             Sat., 6/25, 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (H) Fontaine Salon C/D (Lower Level)
                                                                                      Mon., 6/27,8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Duluth (C)
             Annual and Winter Meeting,                                               Tue., 6/28, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Duluth (C)
             Fri., 6/24, 3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (H) Pointe–Aux–Trembles (Lower Level)


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                     Members Council Subcommittees:                           Solar Decathlon Ad Hoc,
                     Region Operations,                                       Sun., 6/26, 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Matapedia (C)
                     Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m. –12:30 p.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)   Standards,
                     Planning,                                                Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Marquette (C)
                     Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)          Wed., 6/29, 7:30 a.m.–9:30 a.m., (F) Grand Salon (C)
                Membership Promotion,                                             Executive,
                Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)              Fri., 6/24, 8:00 a.m. –11:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                     Membership Promotion                                         Code Interaction,
                     Dues & Apps                                                  Sun., 6/26, 7:00 –10:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
                     Fri., 6/24, 8:30 a.m.– 10:30 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)       PPIS,
                     Member Communications,                                       Fri., 6/24, 2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Saint–Maurice (C)
                     Fri., 6/24, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)       Tue., 6/28, 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)
                     Recruitment and Retention,                                   SRS,
                     Fri., 6/24, 1:30 p.m.– 3:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)        Tue., 6/28, 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                     CRC Workshop,                                                TCLS,
                     Fri., 6/24, 3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. , (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)        Fri., 6/24, 11:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                                                                                  Tue., 6/28, 4:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                Nominating,
                                                                                  ILS/ISAS
                Sun., 6/26, 8:00 – Noon, (F) Duluth (C)                           Fri., 6/24, 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Yamaska (C)
                PEAC,                                                             SPLS,
                Tue., 6/28, Noon–1:45 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)                   Fri., 6/24, 2:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                Planning,                                                         Tue., 6/28, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)
                Fri., 6/24, 1:00 p.m.–2:45 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)                PC’s Chair’s Training Breakfast,
                                                                                  Sun., 6/26, 7:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
                Professional Development,
                Mon., 6/27, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)              Student Activities,
                     Operations and Planning
                                                                              Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                     Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)        New Member Training,
                                                                                  Fri., 6/24, 9:00 a.m.– 10:00 A.M., (F) Bellechassee (3)
                Publications,
                Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Richelieu (C)                    Executive,
                                                                                  Fri., 6/24, 10:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Bellechassee (3)
                     Planning,
                     Sat., 6/25, 10:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) St. Charles (C)             K–12,
                                                                                  Fri., 6/24, Noon.–2:00 p.m., (F) Bellechassee (3)
                Publishing and Education Council,
                                                                                  Accreditation,
                Tue., 6/28, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)                  Fri., 6/24, 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Bellechassee (3)
                     eLearning,                                                   Post High School,
                     Sat., 6/25, 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Cap–Chat (3)            Fri., 6/24, 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Chambly (3)
                     Journal Advertising Sales Subcommittee,                      Student Project,
                     Sun., 7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m.,(F) Nicolet (M)                    Fri., 6/24, 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Bellechassee (3)
                     Research Journal Policy Group,                               Grant,
                     Mon., 6/27, 11:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Saguenay (C)                Fri., 6/24,4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Chambly (3)
                     Fiscal Planning,                                             Student Activities Workshop,
                     Mon., 6/27, 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m., (F) Ramezay (3)             Sun., 6/26, 8:30 a.m.–1:00p, (F) MacKenzie (C)
                     Functional Planning,                                     TC Section Meetings/Breakfast
                     Mon., 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Ramezay (3)
                                                                              Sun., 6:30 a.m.– 8:00 a.m.
                Refrigeration,
                                                                                  Section 1, (H) Fontaine Salon H (Lower Level)
                Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Gatineau (C)
                                                                                  Section 2, (H) Mansfield (Lower Level))
                Refrigerants and the Built Environment PD Ad Hoc,
                Tue., 6/28, 3:30 p.m.–4:45 p.m., (F) Bersimis (C)                 Section 3, (H) St. Laurent (Lower Level)
Soc Comm Mtgs




                Refrigerant Management Ad Hoc,                                    Section 4, (H) Fundy (Lower Level)
                Mon., 6/27, 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)             Section 5, (H) Portage (Lobby Level)
                Region–at–Large Planning,                                         Section 6, (H) St. Pierre (Lower Level)
                Mon., 6/27, 2:15 p.m.–4:15 p.m.. (F) Harricana (C)                Section 7, (H) Jacques Cartier (Lower Level)
                Research Administration,                                          Section 8, (H) Pointe–Aux–Trembles (Lower Level)
                Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)              Section 9, (H) Fontaine Salon F (Lower Level)
                Wed., 6/29, 7:00 a.m.– 11:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                                                                                  Section 10, (H) Fontaine Salon E (Lower Level)
                     Executive,
                     Fri., 6/24, 1:00 p.m.– 2:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)    Technical Activities,
                     RAS/RPS
                                                                              Sat., 6/25, 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
                     Fri., 6/24, 2:30 p.m.–8:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)     Wed., 6/29, 7:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                     Research Subcommittee Chair Workshop,                    TAC/CEC Executive,
                     Mon., 6/27, 6:30 a.m.– 8:00 a.m., (F) Grand Salon (C)    Sat., 6/25, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m. (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
                Research Promotion,                                           TC/TG/TRG Chair Training,
                Sat., 6/25, 7:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (F) Bersimis (C)             Sun., 6/26, 9:45 a.m.–10:45 a.m., (H) Cote St. Luc (Lower Level)
                Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)               Technology Council,
                     Research Promotion Executive,                            Tue., 6/28, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                     Fri., 6/24, 2:00 p.m.– 6:00 p.m., (F) Harricana (C)      Wed., 6/29, 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m., (F) MacKenzie (C)
                Scholarship Trustees,                                             Building Information Modeling,
                Tue., 6/28, 8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)             Sat., 6/25, 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Ramezay (3)
                Society Rules Committee,                                          Building Performance Metrics Steering,
                Tue., 6/28, 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m., (F) St. Charles (C)              Sun., 6/26, 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)



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             Document Review,
             Mon., 6/27, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)           ChrONOLOgiCAL LiSTiNg
             Special Projects,
             Mon., 6/27, 7:30 a.m.–9:30 a.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)             ThUrSdAy, jUNE 23
             Operations,                                                         Finance Investment Subcommittee
             Mon., 6/27, 10:30.–Noon, (F) Chaudiere (C)                          Thurs., 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m., (F) St. Charles (C)
             Planning,                                                           Finance Planning Subcommittee
             Mon., 6/27, 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m., (F) Harricana (C)                 Thurs., 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m., (F) Matapedia (C)
             AEDG Steering,                                                 DRC/RVC Orientation,
             Mon., 6/27, 2:15 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)             Thur., 3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
       YEA,
       Sun., 6/26, 8:00 a.m. – Noon, (F) Chambly (3)
       Mon., 6/27, 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Richelieu (C)                       FridAy, jUNE 24
                                                                                 Standards Executive,
                                                                                 Fri., 8:00 a.m. –11:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                                                                            Chapter Technology Transfer,
         WELCOME PArTy                                                      Fri., 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
         Saturday, June 25                                                  DRC Training,
                                                                            Fri., 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Terrebonne (3)
         Hilton, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
                                                                            Finance,
         Salon Le Portage, Le Castillon Restaurant                          Fri., 8:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
         and Garden Terraces (Lobby Level)                                       Membership Promotion Dues & Apps
                                                                                 Fri., 8:30 a.m.– 10:30 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
         Discover a rooftop Eden in the heart of downtown Montreal at            New Member Training,
                                                                                 Fri., 6/24, 9:00 a.m.– 10:00 A.M., (F) Bellechassee (3)
         the Hilton Montreal Bonaventure. The Welcome Party is set in
                                                                                 Student Activities Executive,
         an exquisite oasis 17 floors above the city surrounded by 2.6           Fri., 10:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Bellechasse (3)
         acres of landscaped gardens as the skyline shimmers.                    Membership Promotion Member Communications,
                                                                                 Fri., 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
         Menu:                                                                   Standards TCLS,
                                                                                 Fri., 11:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
           Montreal smoked meat sandwiches on rye,
                                                                                 Student Activities K–12,
             assorted mustards, coleslaw and dill pickles                        Fri., Noon.–2:00 p.m., (F) Bellechassee (3)
           Penne pasta in rosée sauce                                            Research Administration Executive,
           Tomato and basil bruschetta with parmesan flakes                      Fri., 1:00 p.m.– 2:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
           Melon & prosciutto                                               Planning,
           Goat cheese and pine nut truffles                                Fri., 1:00 p.m. –2:45 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
           Tempura vegetables                                                    Conferences and Expositions Executive,
                                                                                 Fri., 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (H) Pointe–Aux–Trembles (Lower Level)
           Caramelized onion mini quiches
                                                                                 Standards ILS/ISAS
           Assortment of desserts                                                Fri., 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Yamaska (C)
           Coffee, tea, decaf                                                    Membership Promotion Recruitment and Retention,
                                                                                 Fri., 1:30 p.m.– 3:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
         Admission to the Welcome Party includes free shuttle tickets            Chapter Technology Transfer Member Services,
                                                                                 Fri., 1:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
         for those interested in going to Old Montreal (the old city)
                                                                                 Chapter Technology Transfer Operations,
         adjacent to downtown where one can experience 400 years of              Fri., 1:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)




                                                                                                                                                             Soc Comm Mtgs
         North American history. Fireworks will light up the port city as        Student Activities Accreditation,
         Montreal kicks off it’s Annual International Firework display.          Fri., 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Bellechassee (3)
                                                                                 Student Activities Post High School,
         Please exchange your ticket for a wrist band when you arrive            Fri., 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Chambly (3)
         at the Welcome Party. The wrist band will help with moving              Standards PPIS,
                                                                                 Fri., 2:00 p.m. –5:00 p.m., (F) Saint–Maurice (C)
         freely around the different venues of the Welcome Party
                                                                                 Research Promotion Executive,
         without having to show a ticket at each location and will be            Fri., 2:00 p.m.– 6:00 p.m., (F) Harricana (C)
         your admission for the shuttle service to the Old Port for              Standards SPLS,
         fireworks.                                                              Fri., 2:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                                                                                 Research Administration RAS/RPS
         The shuttles will begin loading at 8:30 p.m. and will depart            Fri., 2:30 p.m.–8:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
         at 8:45 p.m. The shuttle service will run every 30 minutes         Board of Directors,
         from the Hilton. Fireworks will begin at 10:00 p.m. and end        Fri., 3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Marquette (C)
                                                                                 Membership Promotion CRC Workshop,
         sat 10:30 p.m.                                                          Fri., 3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. , (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
                                                                                 Student Activities Student Project,
         Shuttles will depart from the Hilton, street entrance on De La          Fri., 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Bellechassee (3)
         Gauchetiere. All other tour transportation starting on Sunday           Student Activities Grant,
         will depart from the Fairmont.                                          Fri., 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Chambly (3)
                                                                                 Chapter Technology Transfer Executive,
                                                                                 Fri., 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
         $52 per person
                                                                                 Conferences and Expositions Annual and Winter Meeting,
                                                                                 Fri., 3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (H) Pointe–Aux–Trembles (Lower Level)

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                     Conferences and Expositions Specialty Conferences,                ASHRAE Research Canada,
                     Fri., 3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (H) St. Lambert (Lower Level)          Sun., 7:00 a.m.–8:30 a.m., (F) Matapedia (C)
                                                                                           Publishing and Education Council Journal Advertising Sales Subcommittee,
                                                                                           Sun., 7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m., (F) Nicolet (M)
                SATUrdAy, jUNE 25                                                          Standards PC’s Chair’s Training Breakfast,
                TAC/CEC Executive,                                                         Sun., 7:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
                Sat., 7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m. (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)                              Handbook Electronic Media,
                Research Promotion,                                                        Sun., 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Batiscan (M)
                Sat., 7:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (F) Bersimis (C)                                Handbook Liaison Training,
                                                                                           Sun., 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. , (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                Certification,
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Matapedia (C)                                    Handbook Functional,
                                                                                           Sun., 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Yamaska (C)
                Chapter Technology Transfer,
                                                                                           Handbook Publicity,
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelga 1 (C)                                  Sun., 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
                     Members Council Region Operations,                                    Handbook Practical Applications,
                     Sat., 8:00 a.m. –12:30 p.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)                      Sun., 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m.. (F) St. Charles (C)
                Conferences and Expositions Committee,                                     Handbook Program,
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (H) Fontaine Salon E (Lower Level)              Sun., 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Terrebonne (3)
                Membership Promotion,                                                  College of Fellows Board/Advisory,
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)                         Sun., 8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                Research Administration,                                                   Professional Development Operations and Planning
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)                             Sun., 8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                Standards,                                                             Members Council Planning,
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Marquette (C)                           Sun., 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
                Student Activities,                                                    Nominating,
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)                         Sun., 8:00 – Noon, (F) Duluth (C)
                Technical Activities,                                                  Publications,
                Sat., 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)                         Sun., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Richelieu (C)
                Executive Committee,                                                   Refrigeration,
                Sat., 8:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)                            Sun., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Gatineau (C)
                     Publications Planning,                                            Research Promotion,
                     Sat., 10:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) St. Charles (C)                        Sun., 8:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
                Electronic Communications,                                             YEA,
                Sat., 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)                        Sun., 8:00 a.m. – Noon, (F) Chambly (3)
                     Handbook Strategic Planning/Executive                             ABEL Implementation Ad Hoc
                     Sat., Noon–3:00 p.m., (F) St. Charles (C)                         Sun., 8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)
                CLIMA,                                                                 Historical,
                Sat., 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m., (F) Cap–Chat (3)                           Sun., 8:30 a.m.–Noon, (F) Caudiere (C)
                     Chapter Technology Transfer New Member Orientation,                   Student Activities Student Activities Workshop,
                     Sat., 12:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m. (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)                        Sun., 8:30 a.m.–1:00p, (F) MacKenzie (C)
                     Conferences and Expositions Training,                                 Handbook 2012 HVAC Systems and Equipment TCs/Volume Subcommittee
                     Sat., 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (H) Fontaine Salon C/D (Lower Level)       Sun., 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
                     Technology Council Building Information Modeling,                     Handbook 2013 Fundamentals TCs/Volume Subcommittee
                     Sat., 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Ramezay (3)                            Sun., 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) St. Charles (C)
                     ASHRAE Foundation Excom,                                              Handbook 2014 Refrigeration TCs/Volume Subcommittee
                     Sat., 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Saguenay (C)                           Sun., 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Batiscan (M)
Soc Comm Mtgs




                     Publishing and Education Council eLearning,                       TC/TG/TRG Chair Training,
                     Sat., 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Cap–Chat (3)
                                                                                       Sun., 9:45 a.m.–10:45 a.m., (H) Cote St Luc (Lower Level)
                Energy Targets Implementation Ad Hoc,
                                                                                           Handbook Volume Subcommittees
                Sat., 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)                             Sun., 10:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                                                                                       College of Fellows
                                                                                       Sun., 10:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                SUNdAy, jUNE 26
                                                                                       Handbook,
                Advocacy,                                                              Sun., 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                Sun., 6:30 a.m.–8:30 a.m., (F) Bellechassee (3)
                                                                                           Honors & Awards Orientation,
                TC Section Meetings/Breakfast                                              Sun., 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
                Sun., 6:30 a.m.– 8:00 a.m.                                                 Technology Council Building Performance Metrics Steering,
                     Section 1, (H) Fontaine Salon H (Lower Level)                         Sun., 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                     Section 2, (H) Mansfield (Lower Level))                           Board of Directors,
                     Section 3, (H) St. Laurent (Lower Level)                          Sun., 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Grand Salon (C)
                     Section 4, (H) Fundy (Lower Level)                                Honors & Awards,
                     Section 5, (H) Portage (Lobby Level)
                                                                                       Sun., 1:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
                     Section 6, (H) St. Pierre (Lower Level)
                                                                                       Solar Decathlon Ad Hoc,
                                                                                       Sun., 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Matapedia (C)
                     Section 7, (H) Jacques Cartier (Lower Level)
                                                                                           Standards Code Interaction,
                     Section 8, (H) Pointe–Aux–Trembles (Lower Level)                      Sun., 7:00 –10:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
                     Section 9, (H) Fontaine Salon F (Lower Level)
                     Section 10, (H) Fontaine Salon E (Lower Level)


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       MONdAy, jUNE 27                                                         Refrigerants and the Built Environment PD Ad Hoc,
             Research Administration Research Subcommittee Chair Workshop,     Tue., 3:30 p.m.–4:45 p.m., (F) Bersimis (C)
             Mon., 6:30 a.m.– 8:00 a.m., (F) Grand Salon (C)                   Society Rules Committee,
             Environmental Health Excom,                                       Tue., 4:00 p.m.– 5:30 p.m., (F) St. Charles (C)
             Mon., 7:00 –8:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
                                                                                   Standards TCLS,
             Technology Council Special Projects,                                  Tue., 4:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
             Mon., 7:30 a.m.–9:30 a.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)
                                                                                   Standards SRS,
             Technology Council Document Review,                                   Tue., 5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
             Mon., 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)
             Environmental Health Education/Research,                          WEdNESdAy, jUNE 29
             Mon., 8:00 a.m. –10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
                                                                               Technical Activities,
       ASHRAE Foundation,                                                      Wed., 7:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C
       Mon., 8:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                                                                               Research Administration,
       Members Council,                                                        Wed., 7:00 a.m.– 11:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
       Mon., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Duluth (C)
                                                                               Executive Committee,
       Professional Development,                                               Wed., 7:30 a.m.–9:00 a.m., (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
       Mon., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                                                                               Standards,
       YEA,                                                                    Wed., 7:30 a.m.–9:30 a.m., (F) Marquette
       Mon., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Richelieu (C)
                                                                               Technology Council,
       Refrigerant Management Ad Hoc,                                          Wed., 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m., (F) MacKenzie (C)
       Mon., 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)
                                                                               Board of Directors,
             Technology Council Planning,
             Mon., 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m., (F) Harricana (C)                     Wed., 2:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Grand Salon (C)
             Environmental Health Handbook/Program,
             Mon., 10:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)                        ThUrSdAy, jUNE 30
             Technology Council Operations,                                    Executive Committee,
             Mon., 10:30.–Noon, (F) Chaudiere (C)                              Thur., 7:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m., (F) Bersimis (C)
             Publishing and Education Council Research Journal Policy Group,
             Mon., 11:00 a.m.–Noon, (F) Saguenay (C)
             Publishing and Education Council Fiscal Planning,
             Mon., 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m., (F) Ramezay (3)


                                                                                notes
       Region–at–Large Planning,
       Mon., 2:15 p.m.–4:15 p.m.. (F) Harricana (C)
             Technology Council AEDG Steering,
             Mon., 2:15 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Richelieu (C)
       Honors & Awards,
       Mon., 2:15 p.m.–5:30 p.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)
       Environmental Health,
       Mon., 2:15 p.m.–6:15 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
             Publishing and Education Council Functional Planning,
             Mon., 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m., (F) Ramezay (3)
       Associate Society Alliance,
       Mon., 4:15 p.m.–6:00 p.m., (F) Harricana (C)


       TUESdAy, jUNE 28




                                                                                                                                                  Soc Comm Mtgs
       Members Council,
       Tue., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Duluth (C)
       Publishing and Education Council,
       Tue., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
       Technology Council,
       Tue., 8:00 a.m.– Noon, (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
       Scholarship Trustees,
       Tue., 8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m., (F) St. Maurice (C)
       Life Members Executive Board Meeting,
       Tue., 9:00 –11:00 a.m., (F) Saguenay (C)
             Standards PPIS,
             Tue., 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)
       PEAC,
       Tue., Noon.–1:45 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
             Standards SPLS,
             Tue., 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., (F) Chaudiere (C)
       Members Council Orientation
       Tue., 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Duluth (C)
       Publishing and Education Council Orientation
       Tue., 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
       Technology Council Orientation,
       Tue., 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)

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                 TC/Tg/SPC MEETiNgS                                                    Sponsoring: Seminar 1: Alternative Thermodynamic Cycles and
                 The ASHRAE Technical Committees, Task Groups and Technical            Systems for Increased Sustainability
                 Resource Groups listed below usually meet at each Society Win-        TC 1.2 Instruments & Measurements (15)
                 ter and Annual Conference. Attendance at these meetings is open       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p    (H) Ponte-Aux-Trembles (L)
                 to all society members, to all registered guests at scheduled Soci-
                                                                                          TC 1.2 Standards/Handbook (10/5)
                 ety Conferences, and to those invited by the chairman at the re-         Monday      4:15–6:30p        (F) Kamouraska (3)
                 quest of a member. You are encouraged to attend any of these
                 meetings in which you have a technical interest.                      TC 1.3 Heat Transfer & Fluid Flow (25/15)
                                                                                       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p      (H) Outremont (L)
                 Finding the Assigned Meeting room                                        TC 1.3 Handbook
                                                                                          Sunday     1:00–3:00p          (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)
                 Codes for meeting locations:
                 (H) Hilton Bonaventure                                                   TC 8.5/1.3 Research (20/15) (screen)
                 Space at the Hilton is either on the Lobby Level or Lower Level          Sunday      3:00–7:00p           (H) Outremont (L)
                 (LL) Lobby Level; (L) Lower Level                                     TC 1.4 Control Theory & Application (40) (Screen)
                                                                                       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p    (F) Gatineau (C)
                 (F) Fairmont Queen Elizabeth                                          Sponsoring: Seminar 41: Controls: Heat Exchanger Simulations
                 (C) Convention Level; (M) Mezzanine Level; (3) Third Level
                                                                                          TC 1.4 RP–1353
                                                                                          Sunday     8:00–9:00a          (H) Frontenac (L)
                 NOTE: if the meetings listed below are not printed in
                 color they have not been confirmed.                                      TC 1.4 Control Components and Applications /Green Buildings
                                                                                          Sunday     3:00–4:45p         (F) Gatineau (C)

                 CONCESSiONS AT hiLTON                                                    TC 1.4 Program (30) (screen)
                 A lunch concession will be available at the Hilton on Sunday,            Sunday      4:45–5:30p         (F) Gatineau (C)
                 Monday and Tuesday. Lunch will be available for purchase on the          TC 1.4 Reference Applications (10)
                 lower level. Menu includes (prices quoted are in Canadian dollars        Sunday      5:30–6:30p          (F) Gatineau (C)
                 and only Canadian dollars will be accepted for purchases).               TC 1.4 Research (20/10)(Screen)
                     Muffins $3.50            Assorted sandwiches: $7.25                  Monday     2:15–4:15p           (H) Verdun (L)
                     Candy Bars $3.00         Garden Salad $5.00
                                                                                          TC 1.4 Handbook (15)
                     Whole Fruit: $2.50       Fruit juice/soft drinks $3.75               Monday     4:15–5:15p          (H) Verdun (L)
                     Fruit Salad $2.50        Coffee/tea $3.00
                                                                                          TC 1.4 Executive (15)
                     Chips $3.00
                                                                                          Tuesday    7:00–8:00a          (H) St. Leonard (L)

                 Format of Listings
                                                                                       TC 1.5 Computer Applications (25/25)(Screen)
                 Committee Number and Title                                            Monday     6:30–9:00p      (H) Outremont (L)
                 Day        Time           Location                                    Sponsoring: Seminar 50: Modeling the Past to Maintain the Future:
                 Session(s) the committee is sponsoring                                Sustaining Historic Buildings through Computer Tools
                                                                                          TC 1.5 Emerging Applications (6/10)
                 TCs
                                                                                          Sunday     5:00–6:00p           (H) Fundy (L)
                 TC/TG Chair’s Breakfast                                                  TC 1.5 Research (15)
                 Sunday    6:30–8:00 a.m.                                                 Sunday     6:00–7:00p          (H) Fundy (L)
                    Section 1, (29), (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)
                    Section 2, (21), (H) Mansfield (L)                                    TC 1.5 Program (15)
                    Section 3, (15), (H) St. Laurent (L)                                  Sunday      7:00–8:00p         (H) Fundy (L)
                    Section 4, (17), (H) Fundy (L)                                        TC 1.5 PMS 1468
                    Section 5, (29), (H) Portage (LL)                                     Monday     4:15–6:00p          (H) St. Laurent (L)
                    Section 6, (25), (H) St. Pierre (L)
                    Section 7, (23), (H) Jacques Cartier (L)                              TC 1.5 Handbook (15)
                    Section 8, (23), (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)                          Monday     6:00–6:30p          (H) Outremont (L)
                    Section 9, (25), (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
                                                                                       TC 1.6 Terminology (12/2) (E)
TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs




                    Section 10, (25), (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
                                                                                       Monday     4:15–6:30p       (F) Bellechasse (3)
                 TC/TG Chair’s Training Workshop
                 Sunday    9:45–10:45a     (H) Cote St. Luc (L)                        TC 1.7 Business, Management & General Legal Education
                                                                                       (20/5)
                 Research Subcommittee Breakfast                                       Monday      10:15a–Noon (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)
                 Monday     6:30–8:00a     (F) Grand Salon (C)                         Sponsoring: Seminar 37: Ethical Challenges in the Real World: Case
                 TC Program Subcommittee Training                                      Studies, Part 1, Seminar 42: Ethical Challenges in the Real World:
                 Tuesday   11:15–Noon     (H) Fontaine Salons C/D (L)                  Case Studies, Part 2, and Seminar 60: Is there a Better Way to Play,
                                                                                       eh? (Comparisons in Green Building Project Execution in Canada
                 TC 1.1 Thermodynamics & Psychrometrics (10/15)                        and the US.)
                 Monday     2:15–4:15p    (F) Bellechasse (3)

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       TC 1.8 Mechanical Systems Insulation (20)                                 TC 2.3 Research (20/20)
       Monday     4:15–6:30p      (F) Youville (3)                               Sunday     5:00–7:00p            (H) Westmount (L)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 26: The Prevention of Condensation Problems in        TC 2.3 Planning (15) (Flipchart)
       Mechanical Insulation Systems                                             Monday 6:30–8:00a                (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)

           TC 1.8 RP–1356 PMS (8)                                                TC 2.3 Publications (10/10)
           Sunday     8:00–9:30a         (F) Youville (3)                        Monday 3:00–4:00p                (H) St. Leonard (L)

           TC 1.8 RP–1550–PMS (8)                                                TC 2.3 Handbook (10/10)
           Sunday     9:30–10:00         (F) Youville (3)                        Monday     4:15–6:00p            (H) St. Leonard (L)

           TC 1.8 Research (10)                                                  TC 2.3 Standards (15/10)
           Sunday     10:00–11:00a       (F) Youville (3)                        Monday      6:00–8:00p           (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)

           TC 1.8 Handbook (10)                                                  TC 2.3 Program (10/10)(Screen)
           Sunday     11:00–Noon         (F) Youville (3)                        Tuesday     11:30a–1:00p       (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)

       TC 1.9 Electrical Systems (8/4)                                        TC 2.4 Particulate Air Contaminants /Removal Equip. (18/30)
       Tuesday     3:30–6:00p       (F) Matapedia (C)                         Tuesday      3:30–6:00p      (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 59: Electric Vehicles and Net Zero                    TC 2.4 Handbook (10/10)
       Energy Buildings: A Perfect Match or an Odd Couple?                       Saturday 1:00–2:30p              (H) St. Leonard (L)

       TC 1.10 Cogeneration Systems (20/10)                                      TC 2.4 PMS 1360–RP (40)
       Tuesday    3:00–5:00p      (F) Richelieu (C)                              Sunday     11:00–Noon            (F) Jolliet (C)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 30: CHP Done Right for Net Zero Energy Buildings      TC 2.4 Research (20/20) (Flipchart/Screen)
                                                                                 Sunday     3:00–5:00p           (H) Westmount (L)
           TC 1.10 Program/Research/Handbook (15/10)
           Tuesday    1:00–3:00p        (F) Richelieu (C)                        TC 2.4 Planning (20/10)
                                                                                 Monday      8:00–10:00a          (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
           TC 1.10 CTIC (10/5)
           Monday     4:15–6:30p         (H) Hampstead (L)                       TC 2.4 Program (20/10)
                                                                                 Monday      10:00–11:00a         (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
       TC 1.11 Electric Motors and Motor Control (20)
       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p      (F) St. Charles (C)                           TC 2.4 Publications (10/10) (Flipchart)
                                                                                 Monday      3:00–4:00p            (H) St. Leonard (L)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 8: Role of Technology in
       Shaping the History of the United States                                  TC 2.4 Standards (20/10)
                                                                                 Monday      4:15–6:00p           (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
       TC 1.12 Moisture Management in Buildings (15/25) (screen)
       Saturday   1:00–3:00p    (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)                   TC 2.5 Global Climate Change (20/10)
       Sponsoring: Forum 1: What Should Be in a Moisture Management           Tuesday    1:30–3:30p     (F) Bersimis (C)
       Chapter in the ASHRAE Handbook? and Sponsoring: Forum 10:              TC 2.6 Sound & Vibration Control (18/30) (Screen)
       Should ASHRAE Have a Standard on Building Envelopes                    Monday     2:15–4:15p     (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
           TC 1.12 Programs/Handbook/Research (10)                            Sponsoring: Forum 9: Incorporating Acoustics into BIM
           Saturday 8:00a–Noon         (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)
                                                                                 TC 2.6 Criteria (20) (Screen)
       TC 2.1 Physiology & Human Environment (12/18) (Screen)                    Sunday      2:00–3:00p           (F) Peribonka (C)
       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p    (F) St. Maurice (C)                             TC 2.6 Programs (25)
                                                                                 Sunday      3:00–4:00p           (F) Peribonka (C)
           TC 2.1 Research (13/7)    (Screen/E)
           Sunday     1:00–3:00p          (F) Richelieu     (C)                  TC 2.6 Standards (20)
                                                                                 Sunday      4:00–4:30p           (F) Peribonka (C)
           TC 2.1 Programs (5/5)
           Sunday      3:00–4:00p        (F) Richelieu                           TC 2.6 Excom (10)
                                                                                 Sunday     4:30–5:30p            (F) Peribonka (C)
           TC 2.1Handbook
           Sunday    4:00–5:00p          (F) Richelieu                           TC 2.6 Vibration Isolation (20) (Screen)
                                                                                 Monday      8:00–9:00a            (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
           TC 2.1 1504–TRP
           Tuesday    8:00–9:00a         (F) Harricana (C)                       TC 2.6 Publications (20)
                                                                                 Monday      9:00–10:00a          (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
                                                                                                                                                            TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs


           TC 2.1 1515 TRP
           Tuesday     9:00–10:00a       (F) Harricana (C)                       TC 2.6 RP 1408 PMS (Lined Duct) (15) (Screen)
                                                                                 Monday     10:00–11:00a      (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
       TC 2.2 Plant and Animal Environment (10/5)
       Monday      4:15–6:30p     (H) Mont Royal (L)                             TC 2.6 Research (25) (Screen)
                                                                                 Monday     11:00–Noon            (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
       TC 2.3 Gaseous Air Contaminants /Removal Equip. (18/30)
       Tuesday 1:00–3:30p     (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)                        TC 2.7 Seismic and Wind Restraint Design (24/6)(Screen)
       Sponsoring: Forum: Gas Measurements in Buildings: Who’s Fooling
                                                                              Tuesday     3:30–6:00p     (H) St. Pierre (L)
       Whom? and Forum 8: Moving Closer to Net Zero Buildings with the           TC 2.7 Seismic & Wind Restraint Design (20)(Screen)
       IAQ Procedure of Standard 62.1–2010                                       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p         (H) St. Pierre




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                 TC 2.8 Building Environmental Impacts and Sustainability                  TC 3.8 Refrigerant Containment (9/5)
                 (75) (Screen)                                                             Monday          4:15–6:30p      (F) St. Charles (C)
                 Sunday        5:00–7:00p  (F) Jolliet (C)
                                                                                           TC 4.1 Load Calculation Data and Procedures (20/10)
                 Sponsoring: Seminar 12: Methodologies for Determining Environmental
                                                                                           Monday      2:15–4:15p     (H) St. Lambert (L)
                 Impacts of Buildings, Conference Paper Session 8: Improving Performance
                                                                                           Sponsoring: Seminar 2: BIM Load Calculations: Pain or Pleasure?
                 of Refrigeration Systems, and Seminar 40: An Overview of Proposed
                                                                                           Phase 2 of the Case Study Involving the ASHRAE HQ Building
                 Standard SPC 191,The Efficient Use of Water in Buildings
                                                                                              TC 4.1 Handbook
                    TC 2.8 International (25)                                                 Sunday     3:00–4:00p            (H) St. Leonard (L)
                    Sunday      12:00–12:45p       (F) Jolliet (C)
                                                                                              TC 4.1 Research (10/5)
                    TC 2.8 Green Guide (25)                                                   Sunday     4:00–5:00p            (H) St. Leonard (L)
                    Sunday     12:45–1:30p         (F) Jolliet (C)
                                                                                              TC 4.1 Programs & Standards (10/5)
                    TC 2.8 Research                                                           Sunday      5:00–7:00p        (H) St. Leonard (L)
                    Sunday     1:30–3:00p          (F) Jolliet (C)
                                                                                           TC 4.2 Climatic Information (20) (Screen/Flip)
                    TC 2.8 Handbook (25)
                    Sunday     3:00–4:00p          (F) Jolliet (C)                         Tuesday     1:00–3:30p      (H) St. Lambert (L)
                                                                                           Sponsoring: Seminar 18: New High Quality Solar Data Sources and
                    TC 2.8 Program (25)                                                    Analysis Methods for High Resolution Weather Applications: Part 1
                    Sunday      4:00–4:30p         (F) Jolliet (C)                         and Seminar 46: New High Quality Solar Data Sources and Analysis
                    TC 2.8 Existing Buildings                                              Methods for High Resolution Weather Applications, Part 2
                    Sunday      4:30–4:50p         (F) Jolliet (C)                            TC 4.2 PMS 1477–RP (6/8) (screen/flip)
                                                                                              Sunday     8:00–10:00a         (H) St. Lambert (L)
                 TC 2.9 Ultraviolet Air and Surface Treatment (30) (Flipchart)
                 Monday      10:00a–Noon (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)                                  TC 4.2 Program (6/8) (flip)
                                                                                              Sunday      10:00–10:30a         (H) St. Lambert (L)
                 Sponsoring: Seminar 55: Determining Energy Savings for UV coil
                 applications                                                                 TC 4.2 1613–TRP PES (6/8) (Flip)

                    TC 2.9 Program, Handbook, Standards (30) (Flipchart)                      Sunday       10:30–11:00a        (H) St. Lambert (L)
                    Sunday      8:00–1:30p        (F) Peribonka (C)                           TC 4.2 Handbook (6/8)
                                                                                              Sunday     11:00–12N             (H) St. Lambert
                    TC 2.9 Research (Flipchart)
                    Monday     8:00–10:00a         (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)                        SSPC 169 (10/8) (screen/flip)
                                                                                              Monday     10:00a–Noon           (H) Jacques-Cartier (L)
                 TC 3.1 Refrigerants & Secondary Coolants (20/10) (Screen/E)
                                                                                              TC 4.2 Research (6/8)(Screen/flip)
                 Monday       4:15–6:30p     (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)                              Monday     4:15–6:00p            (H) St. Lambert (L)
                    TC 3.1 Research (10/10) (screen/E)
                                                                                           TC 4.3 Ventilation Requirements & Infiltration (14/20)
                    Monday     11:00a–Noon          (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                                                                                           Monday       4:15–6:30p     (H) St. Pierre (L)
                    TC 3.1 Program and Handbook (6/4)                                      Sponsoring: Seminar 5: Numerical Methods for Predicting Outdoor
                    Monday      2:15–3:45p       (F) St. Charles (C)                       Dispersion from Exhaust Stacks
                 TC 3.2 Refrigerant System Chemistry (12/40) (Screen/E)                       TC 4.3 1596 RP (SP98) PMS (10) (Screen/E)
                 Monday      2:15–4:15p     (H) Mont Royal (L)                                Sunday      7:00–9:00p        (F) Chaudiere (C)

                    TC 3.2 Research (10/8)                                                    TC 4.3 PMS for RP–1478 (10) Screen
                    Sunday     4:00–5:00p          (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)                        Tuesday    8:00–10:00a        (H) Frontenac (L)

                 TC 3.3 Refrigerant Contaminant Control (50)                               TC 4.4 Bldg. Materials and Bldg. Envelope Performance
                 Tuesday     3:30–6:00p     (H) Cote St Luc (L)                            (30/10) (Screen)
                                                                                           Monday       2:15–4:15p     (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
                    TC 3.3 Research (10/8)
                    Sunday     5:00–5:30p          (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                                                                                           Sponsoring: Technical Paper Session 6: Radiant Floor Heating Design
                                                                                           and Control: Key Factors for Low Energy Buildings in Cold Climates
                 TC 3.4 Lubrication (60)                                                      TC 4.4 RP 1365 (15/5) (screen)
                 Tuesday    1:30–3:30p             (H) Cote St Luc (L)                        Sunday     10:00–11:00a          (H) Fontaine Salon E      (L)
                 Sponsoring: Seminar 51: New and Improved Lubricants to                       TC 4.4 Research (30/10)
                 Accommodate Low Global Warming Potential Refrigerants
TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs




                                                                                              Sunday     1:00–3:00p            (H) Fontaine Salon E
                    TC 3.4 Research (10/8)                                                    TC 4.4 Handbook (30/10)
                    Sunday     5:30–6:00           (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)                        Sunday     3:00–4:30p            (H) Fontaine Salon E
                                                                                              TC 4.4 Program (20/5)
                 TC 3.6 Water Treatment (18/10)                                               Sunday      4:30–5:00p           (H) Fontaine Salon E
                 Sponsoring: Seminar 16: Considerations with Using Reclaimed
                                                                                              TC 4.4 Standards (20/5)
                 and Harvested Waters in Water Conservation Efforts
                                                                                              Sunday      5:00–5:30p           (H) Fontaine Salon E
                 Tuesday        1:00–3:30p         (F) Saguenay (C)
                    TC 3.6 Handbook/Program/Research (12/4)
                                                                                           TC 4.5 Fenestration (10/10)
                    Sunday     3:00–5:00p       (H) Longueuil (L)                          Monday      2:15–4:15p      (H) St. Pierre (L)
                                                                                           Sponsoring: Seminar 25: Performance of Shading Devices
                                                                                           in Commercial Buildings


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           TC 4.5 Calculational Methods                                           TC 5.2 Research (10)
           Sunday      1:00–3:00p          (F) Kamouraska (3)                     Sunday     1:30-2:30p           (H) Fundy (L)
           TC 4.5 Research & Long Range Planning (8/4)                            TC 5.2 Handbook (20)
           Sunday     3:15–4:00p         (F) Cap-Chat (3)                         Sunday     2:30–3:00p           (H) Fundy (L)
           TC 4.5 Program (8/4)                                                   TC 5.2 Standards (20)
           Sunday      4:00–5:00p          (F) Cap-Chat (3)                       Sunday      3:00–3:30p          (H) Fundy (L)
           TC 4.5 Handbook (8/4)                                                  TC 5.2 Programs (20)
           Sunday     5:00–6:30p           (F) Cap-Chat (3)                       Sunday      3:30–4:00p          (H) Fundy (L)
           TC 4.5 1415–RP PMS                                                     TC 5.2 CFD Shootout Project (10)
           Monday     9:00–10:00a          (F) Kamouraska (3)                     Sunday     4:00–5:00p          (H) Fundy (L)

       TC 4.7 Energy Calculations (75) (screen)                                   TC 5.2 1180 Design Guide for Duct Design (20)
       Tuesday     6:00–8:30p      (H) Westmount (L)                              Monday      8:00a–Noon         (H) St. Leonard (L)
       Seminar 20: Operation-oriented Flexible Building System Modeling,       TC 5.3 Room Air Distribution (25/15)
       Seminar 24: Modeling Protocols for Building Energy Simulations for      Tuesday    1:00–3:30p       (H) Mansfield (L)
       Code Compliance and Other Regulatory Programs, and Sponsoring:          Sponsoring: Conference Paper Session 10: Displacement Ventilation:
       Seminar 49: Building Simulation 103: Inverse Modeling Tools, and        Preliminary Findings from a Canadian Research Team, Seminar 58:
       Seminar 62: Simulation Quality Assurance                                Design and Analysis Tools for Underfloor Air Distribution (UFAD) Systems,
           TC 4.7 Simulation and Component Models (20/20)                      and Technical Paper Session 9: Modeling and Comparison of ECM and
           Monday     6:00–7:30p        (F) Jolliet (C)                        PSC Motors in Series and Parallel Fan Powered VAV Terminal Units
           TC 4.7 Data-Driven Models (25)                                         TC 5.3 Handbook (15/10)(screen/E)
           Monday      7:30–9:00p         (F) Jolliet (C)                         Friday     8:00–5:00p          (F) Bersimis (C)

           TC 4.7 Applications (40)                                               TC 5.3 Handbook (20/10)(screen/E)
           Tuesday     3:30–5:00p          (H) Westmount (L)                      Friday     8:00–5:00p          (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)

           TC 4.7 Handbook                                                        TC 5.3 Handbook (20)(screen/E)
           Tuesday    5:00–6:00p           (H) Westmount (L)                      Friday     8:00–5:00p          (F) Ramezay (3)

       TC 4.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling (40)                                 TC 5.3 Handbook (20) (screen/E)
       Monday      2:15–4:15p    (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)                         Saturday 8:00–3:00p             (H) St. Michel (L)
       Sponsoring: Conference Paper Session 4: Improving Indoor Air Quality,      TC 5.3 PMS RP–1335 (15)(screen/E)
       Seminar 35: Do I Really Need CFD? Seminar 38: Indoor Air Quality           Sunday     7:30–8:15a         (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
       Research, and Seminar 61: Modeling Large Public Spaces
                                                                                  TC 5.3 PMS RP–1522 (15)
           TC 4.10 RP 1458 PMS (15/10)                                            Sunday     8:15–9:00a           (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
           Sunday     12:30–1:30p          (H) St. Laurent (L)
                                                                                  TC 5.3 Fan Coils
           TC 4.10 RP 1487 PMS                                                    Sunday      9:00–10:00a         (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
           Sunday     1:30–2:30p           (H) St. Laurent (L)
                                                                                  TC 5.3 Chilled Beams (30)
           TC 4.10 RP 1512 PMS
                                                                                  Sunday      10:00–11:30a        (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
           Sunday     2:30–3:30p           (H) St. Laurent (L)
                                                                                  TC 5.3 Research
           TC 4.10 Program
           Sunday     3:30–4:30p           (H) St. Laurent (L)                    Sunday     12–1:30p             (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)

           TC 4.10 Handbook                                                       TC 5.3 Handbook/Program (40)
           Sunday     4:30–5:00p           (H) St. Laurent (L)                    Sunday     1:30–3:00p        (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)

           TC 4.10 Research                                                    TC 5.4 Industrial Process Air Cleaning (30)
           Sunday     5:00–6:30p           (H) St. Laurent (L)
                                                                               Monday      2:15–4:15p       (F) Peribonka (L)
       TC 5.1 Fans (25) (Screen)                                                  TC 5.4 Research
       Monday      4:15–6:15p              (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)               Sunday     11:00–Noon           (F) Cap-Chat (3)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 9: Selecting Fans for Minimum Energy Usage
       and Seminar 36: Energy Efficiency and Performance of Multiple           TC 5.5 Air-to-Air Energy Recovery (22/4)
       Plenum Fans in Arrays                                                   Tuesday      3:30–6:00p     (H) Fundy (L)
                                                                               Sponsoring: Seminar 6: Specify, Implement and Maintain:
                                                                                                                                                             TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs


           TC 5.1 Research, Program (10/10)                                    Three Strategies for Successful ERV Projects
           Sunday     3:00–5:00p          (F) St. Maurice (C)
                                                                                  TC 5.5 Handbook, Program, Research (11/7)
           TC 5.1 1420 PMS (5/10)                                                 Monday     4:15–6:30p        (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)
           Monday      11:00–Noon          (F) Bellechasse (3)
                                                                               TC 5.6 Control of Fire & Smoke (23/30)
       TC 5.2 Duct Design (12/20)
                                                                               Monday      4:15–6:30p      (F) St. Maurice (C)
       Tuesday     3:30–6:00p     (F) St. Maurice (C)
                                                                                  TC 5.6 Program (30)
           TC 5.2 Duct Leakage (10)                                               Sunday      3:00–4:00p          (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
           Sunday      12:30–1:00p         (H) Fundy (L)
                                                                                  TC 5.6 Research
           TC 5.2 Duct Fitting Database (10)                                      Sunday     4:00–5:30p           (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
           Sunday      1:00–1:30p          (H) Fundy (L)


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                    TC 5.6 Handbook                                           TC 6.3 Central Forced Air Htg. & Cooling Sys (30)
                    Sunday     5:30–7:00p           (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p      (F) Harricana (C)
                    TC 5.6 Guideline 5 Subcommittee                           Sponsoring: Forum 7: Introducing ASHRAE Standard 193
                    Monday     2:15–4:15p          (F) St. Maurice (C)           TC 6.3 Research (10/5)(Screen)
                                                                                 Monday     2:15–4:15p          (F) Terrebonne (3)
                 TC 5.7 Evaporative Cooling (30)
                 Monday     4:15–6:30p       (F) Peribonka (C)                   TC 6.3 Program (10/10)
                                                                                 Monday      4:15–6:30p          (F) Terrebonne (3)
                    TC 5.7 Research and Handbook (10/5)
                    Sunday     3:00–4:00p         (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)       TC 6.3 Handbook and Standards (10/5)
                                                                                 Monday     6:30–9:00p        (F) Terrebonne (3)
                    TC 5.7 Programs and Standards (10/5)
                    Sunday      4:00–5:00p        (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)    TC 6.5 Radiant Heating and Cooling (17/10)
                 TC 5.8 Industrial Ventilation Systems (20/5)                 Monday      2:15–4:15p     (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
                                                                              Sponsoring: Seminar 47: Radiant Cooling Systems for
                 Monday      4:15–6:30p        (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                                                                              Energy Efficiency and IEQ
                    TC 5.8 Ventilation of Hazardous Spaces (5/5)
                                                                                 TC 6.5 Research, Spec Pubs ,Journal, Program, Handbook, Snowmelt (6/8)
                    Sunday      7:00–9:00p          (F) St. Charles (C)
                                                                                 Sunday      3:00–5:00p           (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                 TC 5.9 Enclosed Vehicular Facilities (30/10)
                                                                              TC 6.6 Service Water Heating Systems (18/15)
                 Tuesday     3:30–6:00p      (H) Lasalle (L)
                                                                              Monday      4:15–6:30p     (H) Cote St Luc (L)
                    TC 5.9 Program, Handbook, Research (11/20)                Sponsoring: Seminar 4: High Efficiency Space and Water Heating: The
                    Tuesday     1:00–3:30p       (H) Lasalle (L)              Combination Approach
                 TC 5.10 Kitchen Ventilation (30/15) (screen)                    TC 6.6 Research/Handbook/Program (18/15)
                 Sunday      3:00–4:30p       (F) Bersimis (C)                   Monday     2:15–4:15p        (H) Cote St. Luc (L)

                    TC 5.10 Research                                          TC 6.7 Solar Energy Utilization (20/10)
                    Sunday     8:00–9:00a           (F) Bersimis (C)          Tuesday     1:00–3:30p       (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
                    TC 5.10 Handbook                                          Sponsoring: Seminar 13: Quest for Building Information: Real Time
                    Sunday     9:00–10:00a          (F) Bersimis (C)          Monitoring of Solar Systems to Shed Light on Building Operation,
                                                                              Conference Paper Session 11: New Research and Tools for Solar
                    TC 5.10 Program                                           Energy Collection Optimization, and Conference Paper Session 18:
                    Sunday     1:00–2:00p           (F) Bersimis (C)
                                                                              Unique Applications of Photovoltaic Systems
                    TC 5.10 Codes & Standards
                                                                                 TC 6.7 Handbook (6/10)
                    Sunday     2:00–3:00p           (F) Bersimis (C)
                                                                                 Monday     4:15–5:15p           (F) Chambly (3)
                    TC 5.10 PMS 1460
                                                                                 TC 6.7 Program (20/5)
                    Monday    10:30–Noon            (H) Longueuil (L)
                                                                                 Monday      5:15–6:30p          (F) Chambly (3)
                 TC 5.11 Humidifying Equipment (10/3)                            TC 6.7 Research (20)
                 Monday     2:15–4:15p     (H) Frontenec (L)                     Monday     6:30–7:30p           (F) Chambly (3)
                    TC 5.11 Handbook/Program (9/5)                            TC 6.8 Geothermal Heat Pump and Energy Recovery
                    Sunday     10:00–Noon        (F) Saguenay (C)
                                                                              Applications (16/25)
                 TC 6.1 Hydronic & Steam Htg. Equip & Sys (35/15)             Tuesday     3:30–6:00p    (H) Hampstead (L)
                 Tuesday    1:00–3:30p     (H) Lachine (L)                    Sponsoring: Seminar 17: Hybrid Ground Source Heat Pump Systems
                 Sponsoring: Forum 5: How Will ASHRAE Standards affect           TC 6.8 Research/Heat Pump (15/15)
                 Future Hydronic System Design? And Seminar 34: Celebrating      Sunday     5:00–7:00p        (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)
                 High Temperature Cooling and Low Temperature Heating
                                                                                 TC 6.8 Program/Handbook
                    TC 6.1 Program (10/10)                                       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p          (H) Hampstead
                    Monday      2:15–3:15p          (F) Youville (3)
                                                                              TC 6.9 Thermal Storage (25/5)
                    TC 6.1 Research (10/10)
                                                                              Monday     2:15–4:15p       (F) Mackenzie (C)
                    Monday     3:15–4:15p           (F) Youville (3)
                                                                              Sponsoring: Seminar 43: Net-Zero Energy Design with Thermal Energy
                    TC 6.1 Handbook                                           Storage Systems and Seminar 57: Helping Smart Grid Make the Grade
TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs




                    Sunday     5:00–6:00p           (F) Harricana (C)         with Energy Storage
                    TC 6.1 Chilled Water Plant (10/10)                           TC 6.9 Standards (20)
                    Sunday      6:00–7:00p          (F) Harricana (C)            Sunday      1:00–1:30p          (F) Chaudiere (C)

                 TC 6.2 District Energy (20/10)                                  TC 6.9 Program
                 Sunday       3:00–5:00p      (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)                Sunday      1:30–2:30p          (F) Chaudiere (C)

                    TC 6.2 PMS 1267 RP (9/10)                                    TC 6.9 Research
                    Sunday     1:00–2:00p           (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)          Sunday     2:30–3:30p           (F) Chaudiere (C)

                    TC 6.2 Programs, Research, Handbook, Planning, (14)          TC 6.9 Handbook,
                    Sunday      2:00–3:00p        (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)            Sunday     3:30–4:30p           (F) Chaudiere (C)




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           TC 6.9 LRP                                                           TC 7.6 Handbook (12)
           Sunday     4:30–5:00p           (F) Chaudiere (C)                    Sunday     3:00–4:00p          (H) Frontenac (L)

       TC 6.10 Fuels & Combustion (30)                                          TC 7.6 Monitoring & Energy Performance
                                                                                Monday     2:15–4:15p         (F) Yamaska (C)
       Tuesday     3:30–6:00p    (H) Lachine (L)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 15: Alternative Fuels for                            TC 7.6 Energy Management (12)
       Heating Equipment                                                        Monday     4:15–5:15p         (F) Yamaska (C)

           TC 6.10 Handbook (4/4)                                               TC 7.6 Standards (12)
           Monday     2:15–4:15p           (F) Chambly (3)                      Monday      5:15–6:30p         (F) Yamaska (C)

       TC 7.1 Integrated Building Design (25/10)                                TC 7.6 Executive (12)
                                                                                Monday     6:30–7:00p          (F) Yamaska (C)
       Monday      8:15–10:30a     (F) Gatineau (C)
       Sponsoring: Conference Paper Session 20: Designing Integrated         TC 7.7 Testing & Balancing (20/30)
       Building Systems                                                      Monday       2:15–4:15p     (H) Hampstead (L)
           TC 7.1 Subcommittees (15)                                            TC 7.7 Program/Handbook (5/5)(screen)
           Sunday     5:00–7:00p           (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)          Saturday 1:00–3:00p           (F) Chambly (3)
       TC 7.2 HVAC Construction and Design Build Technology                  TC 7.8 Owning & Operating Costs (25)
       (10) (Screen)                                                         Monday     2:15–4:15p     (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)
       Sunday        10:00a–Noon (F) Yamaska (C)
                                                                                TC 7.8 Research, Handbook, Programs (8/4)
       TC 7.3 Operations & Maintenance Management (25/7)                        Sunday     3:15–5:15p         (F) Kamouraska (3)
       Tuesday    1:00–3:30p     (F) Mackenzie (L)
                                                                             TC 7.9 Building Commissioning (25)
           TC 7.3 Standards/Program (7/3)                                    Sunday      3:00–5:00      (H) St. Pierre (L)
           Monday      2:15–4:15p         (F) Cap-Chat (3)                   Sponsoring: Seminar 10: Commissioning: New Buildings without
           TC 7.3 Research/Handbook (7/3)                                    It and at an Existing Major Airport Terminal
           Monday     4:15–6:30p          (F) Cap-Chat (3)                      TC 7.9 Research (5)
                                                                                Saturday 9:00–10:30a                 (H) St. Lambert (L)
       TC 7.4 Exergy Analysis for Sustainable Buildings (14/8)
       Sunday      8:15–10:15a     (H) Longueuil (L)                         TC 8.1 Positive Displacement Compressors (12/14)
       TC 7.5 Smart Building Systems (16/24)                                 Tuesday      3:30–6:00p     (F) Seguenay (C)
       Tuesday    3:30–6:00p      (H) Mansfield (L)                             TC 8.1 Handbook (10/5)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 3: Challenges in Connecting Commercial and           Monday     2:15–3:15p          (F) Batiscan (M)
       Retail Buildings to the Smart Grid,
       Seminar 7: Emerging Wireless Technologies for HVAC Applications and   TC 8.2 Centrifugal Machines (20/8)
       Seminar 14: Using Building Energy Information in a Smart Grid World   Monday      2:15–4:15p      (H) Jacques-Cartier (L)
                                                                             Sponsoring: Forum 3: What Updates are Needed in Standard 30?
           TC 7.5 Fault Detection &Diagnosis (40)                            (MOT for chillers)
           Sunday      3:00–3:45 p        (H) Mont Royal (L)
                                                                                Research
           TC 7.5 Wireless Applications (40)                                    Sunday      5:00–6:00p         (H) St. Michel (L)
           Sunday      3:45–4:30p           (H) Mont Royal (L)
                                                                                Programs
           TC 7.5 Smart Grid                                                    Sunday      6:00–7:00p         (H) St. Michel (L)
           Sunday     4:30–5:15p           (H) Mont Royal (L)
                                                                                Handbook
           TC 7.5 Handbook                                                      Sunday   7:00–8:00p            (H) St. Michel (L)
           Sunday     5:15–6:00p           (H) Mont Royal (L)

           TC 7.5 1390–RP                                                    TC 8.3 Absorption and Heat Operated Machines (30)
           Monday     3:00–4:00p           (F) Bersimis (C)                  Monday      3:30–6:00p     (F) Gatineau (C)
           TC 7.5 Buildings Operations Dynamics                                 TC 8.3 Research/Handbook (8/4)
           Monday      4:00–5:30p         (F) Bersimis (C)                      Monday     2:00–3:30p          (F) Gatineau (C)

           TC 7.5 Research
           Monday     5:30–6:30p           (F) Bersimis (C)                  TC 8.4 Air-to-Refrigerant Heat Transfer Equip (20/10)
                                                                                                                                                         TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs



           TC 7.5 1312–RP PMS (13)                                           Tuesday      3:30–6:00p     (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)
           Tuesday    8:00–9:00a           (H) Longueuil (L)                    TC 8.4 Research (10/10)
                                                                                Monday     6:30–7:45p          (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
       TC 7.6 Building Energy Performance (30)
       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p     (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)                   TC 8.5 Liquid to Refrigerant Heat Transfer (25/10)
           TC 7.6 Research (12)                                              Monday      4:15–6:30p       (F) Mackenzie (C)
           Sunday     12:00–2:00p          (H) Frontenac (L)                    TC 8.5/1.3 Research (20/15) (screen)
                                                                                Sunday      3:00–7:00p           (H) Outremont (L)
           TC 7.6 Commercial Building Energy Audit
           Sunday    2:00–3:00p          (H) Frontenac (L)




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                 TC 8.6 Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers (20)                  TC 9.5 Residential and Small Bldg. Applications (20/10)
                 Monday      2:15–4:15p     (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)                         Tuesday     3:30–6:00p      (F) Gatineau (C)
                 Sponsoring: Forum 6: Water/Energy Nexus: How to Study the Interrela-
                 tionship of Water and Energy Consumption                               TC 9.6 Health Care Facilities (30/30)
                                                                                        Sunday      5:00–7:00p       (H) Hampstead (L)
                    TC 8.6 Handbook/Program/Research (10)                               Sponsoring: Seminar 22: Innovations in Applying Natural Ventilation in
                    Monday     9:00–11:00a      (F) Ramezay (3)                         Healthcare Facilities
                 TC 8.7 Variable Refrigerant Flow (20/30)                                  TC 9.6 SP 91.2 (20)
                 Tuesday     3:30–6:00p      (H) Mont Royal (L)                            Sunday      8:15a–Noon            (H) Fundy (L)

                    TC 8.7 Handbook (10/10)                                                TC 9.6 Infectious Diseases (20)
                    Tuesday    1:30–3:00p            (H) Mont Royal                        Sunday      12:30–1:30p           (H) Longueuil (L)

                 TC 8.8 Refrigerant System Controls & Accessories (10/10)                  TC 9.6 Research (15)
                                                                                           Sunday     1:30–2:30p             (H) Longueuil (L)
                 Tuesday     1:00–3:30p     (F) Matapedia (C)
                                                                                           TC 9.6 Program (10)
                    TC 8.8 Program, Research, Handbook (10/5)
                                                                                           Sunday      2:30–3:00p            (H) Longueuil (L)
                    Monday      2:15–4:15p        (F) Kamouraska (3)
                                                                                           TC 9.6 Energy   (20)
                 TC 8.9 Residential Refrigerators and Food Freezers (12/10)                Sunday     1:00–2:00p             (H) St. Leonard (L)
                 Monday      2:15–4:15p       (H) St. Laurent (L)
                                                                                           TC 9.6 Handbook (10)
                    TC 8.9 Research (6)                                                    Sunday     2:00–3:00p             (H) St. Leonard (L)
                    Sunday     3:00–5:00p            (F) Chambly (3)
                                                                                        TC 9.7 Educational Facilities (13/10)
                 TC 8.10 Mechanical Dehumidifiers & Heat Pipes (12/4)                   Sunday     1:00–3:00p         (H) Jacques-Carter (L)
                 Tuesday    3:30–6:00p     (H) Frontenac (L)
                 Sponsoring: Seminar 21: Energy Recovery Issues in Dedicated            TC 9.8 Large Building Air-Conditioning Applications (30)
                 Outdoor-Air Systems                                                    Monday      2:15–4:15p     (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                    TC 8.10 Research/Handbook/Program (8/8) (screen)                       TC 9.8 Handbook/ Research/ Program (12/5)
                    Tuesday    2:00–3:30p        (H) Frontenac (L)                         Monday     10:00a–Noon        (F) Kamouraska (3)

                 TC 8.11 Unitary and Room Air Conditioners & Heat Pumps                 TC 9.9 Mission Critical Facilities (25/50)(screen)
                 (20/30)                                                                Monday      2:15–9:30p        (H) Westmount (L)
                 Monday      4:15–6:30p    (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)                          Sponsoring: Conference Paper Session 1: Discovering Data Center
                 Sponsoring: Seminar 28: Back to Basics: Airflow in                     Energy; Use With Dynamic Modeling, Working with Standard 90.1;
                 Unitary Systems                                                        and a New Energy Reuse Metric, Conference Paper Session 2: Com-
                                                                                        puter Room Cooling? Liquid Cooling Shifts the Focus to Cooling the
                    TC 8.11 Handbook/Program/Research (10/15)
                                                                                        Equipment, Conference Paper Session 19: Data Center Sustainability
                    Sunday     3:00–5:00p       (F) Saguenay (C)
                                                                                        of Systems; Design Techniques to Improve Water, Air and Equipment
                 TC 8.12 Desiccant Dehumidification Equipment and                       Management and Seminar 19: Latest Data Center Environmental
                 Components (30)                                                        Guidelines, and Seminar 33: Mission Critical Data Centers: Keeping
                 Monday      2:15–4:15p     (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)                         Contamination at Bay,
                 Sponsoring: Seminar 52: Solar Cooling in the U.S. and Abroad              TC 9.9 Program/ Handbook/ Research (30/10)(screen)
                                                                                           Sunday      5:00–7:00p       (F) Hochelaga 4 (C)
                 TC 9.1 Large Building Air-Conditioning Systems (18/15)
                 Tuesday     1:00–3:30p     (H) Fundy (L)                               TC 9.10 Laboratory Systems (75)(Screen)
                    TC 9.1 Research /Program/Handbook/Standards (18/15))                Tuesday    3:30–6:00p      (H) Outremont (L)
                    Tuesday    12:00–1:00p       (H) Fundy (L)                          Sponsoring: Seminar 56: Are Net Zero Laboratories Even Possible,
                                                                                        and if So How?
                 TC 9.2 Industrial Air Conditioning (40)
                                                                                           TC 9.10 Standards, Research (10/8)
                 Tuesday     1:00–3:30p       (H) Westmount (L)                            Sunday      3:00–5:00p          (H) Jacques-Carter (L)
                    TC 9.2 Nuclear (9/8)                                                   TC 9.10 Program (10/8)
                    Monday      2:15–4:15p           (F) Sequenay (C)                      Sunday     5:00–6:00p             (H) Jacques–Carter (L)
                 TC 9.3 Transportation Air Conditioning (25/20)                            TC 9.10 Handbook, Design Guide (10/8)
TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs




                 Monday      3:30–6:00p      (H) Mansfield (L)                             Tuesday    1:00–3:30p        (H) Longueuil (L)

                    TC 9.3 Handbook (4/4)                                               TC 9.11 Clean Spaces (30/45)(Screen/E)
                    Sunday     9:00–10:00a           (H) St. Michel (L)                 Monday      2:15–4:00p      (F) Jolliet (C)
                    TC 9.3 Aviation (20/10) (screen)                                       TC 9.11 RP–1431 PMS (10) (Screen/E)
                    Sunday      10:00–Noon           (H) St. Michel (L)                    Sunday     3:30–4:15p         (F) Terrebone (3)
                    TC 9.3 Automotive (6/10)                                               TC 9.11 RP–1344 PMS (10) (Screen/E)
                    Sunday     5:00–7:00p            (H) Longueuil (L)                     Sunday     4:15–5:00p         (F) Terrebone (3)
                    TC 9.3 Research (25/25) (Screen)                                       TC 9.11 Handbook (10)
                    Monday     2:15–3:30p            (H) Mansfield (L)                     Monday     4:00–4:30p             (F) Jolliet (C)



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           TC 9.11 Design Guide (20)                                      TRG4.IAQP
           Monday      4:30–5:30p        (F) Jolliet (C)                  Saturday  8:00–10:30a             (H) St. Leonard (L)
           TC 9.11 Short Course (10)
                                                                          TRG7–Under Floor Air Distribution (Screen/E) (40)
           Monday     5:30–6:00p         (F) Jolliet (C)
                                                                          Wednesday 8:00–Noon       (F) Duluth (C)
       TC 9.12 Tall Buildings (12/5)
                                                                          TG9.JF Justice Facilities (20/5)
       Tuesday      3:30–6:00p       (H) St. Lambert (L)
                                                                          Sunday      8:00–10:00a       (F) Ramezay (3)
       TC 10.1 CustomEngineered Refrig Systems (30)
                                                                          MTG Energy Efficiency Classification of General Ventilation
       Monday      2:15–4:15p    (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
                                                                          Air-Cleaning Devices (15/15)
           TC 10.1 Research/Handbook, Standards/ Program (15/5)           Tuesday     8:00–10:00a      (F) Hochelaga 6
           Sunday     5:00–7:00p         (H) St. Pierre (L)

       TC 10.2 Automatic Ice Making Plants/Skating Rinks (15)
       Monday      4:15–6:30p     (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)                STANdArdS—gPCS/SPCS
       Sponsoring: Seminar 29: Bridging the Disconnect between HVAC and   SPC Chair Training Breakfast
       Refrigeration Design in an Ice Arena
                                                                          Sunday     7:00–9:00a      (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
       TC 10.3 Refrigerant Piping, Controls and Accessories (30)          SSPC 15 Safety Code Mech. Refrig. (22/25)(screen)
       Tuesday     1:00–3:30p      (F) Ramezay (3)                        Sunday     1:00–5:00p     (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
       TC 10.4 Ultra-Low Temp Refrigeration & Cryogenics (15)               SSPC 15 Ad Hoc 2L Classification Working Group (11/20)
       Monday      4:15–6:30p    (H) Longueuil (L)                          Sunday     9:00a–11:00a        (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
           TC 10.4 Research (15/4)                                          SSPC 15 ISO 5149 Ad Hoc (10/20)(screen)
           Monday     6:30–8:00p         (H) Longueuil (L)                  Sunday     11:00a–Noon        (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)

       TC 10.5 Refrigeration Distrib and Storage Facilities (15/10)       SPC 16/58 MOT/Rating Room Air Conditioners
       Tuesday     3:30–6:00p       (F) Harricana (C)                     and PTAC/PTHP (5/3)
                                                                          Tuesday    8:00–Noon    (F) Bersimis (C)
       TC 10.6 Transport Refrigeration (8/10)
       Monday      4:45–7:00p      (F) Saguenay (C)                       SPC 20 MOT/Rating Remote Mechanical-Draft Air-Cooled
                                                                          Refrigerant Condensers (Screen)
       TC 10.7 Commercial Food. Beverage Display & Storage                Sunday      12:00–2:00p     (F) St. Maurice (C)
       Monday     2:15–4:15p     (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 39: Walk-in Coolers: Measuring and Modeling    SPC 22 MOT Water-cooled Refrigerant Condensers (8/10)
       Performance                                                        Sunday    10:00a–Noon (H) St. Laurent (L)
           TC 10.7 1467–RP PMS (4/4)                                      SPC 23.2 MOT/Rating Positive Displacement Compressors
           Sunday     7:00–8:00a         (F) Kamouraska (3)
                                                                          that Operate at Supercritical Temperatures of the
           TC 10.7 Program                                                Refrigerant (8/2)
           Sunday     5:15–6:00p         (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)              Monday       10:00a–Noon (F) Chambly (3)
           TC 10.7 Research (30)
                                                                          SPC 25 MOT/Forced Convection and Natural Convection
           Sunday     6:00–6:45p         (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                                                                          Air Coolers for Refrigeration (7/4)
           TC 10.7 Handbook                                               Monday       7:45–8:30p      (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
           Sunday     6:45–7:30p         (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                                                                          SPC 33 MOT/Forced Circulation Air Cooling and Air
       TC 10.8 Refrigeration Load Calculations (10/10)                    Heating Coils
       Sunday      3:00–5:00p      (H) St. Michel (L)                     Monday      8:30–9:15p   (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
       Sponsoring: Seminar 27: Toward Net Zero Energy Refrigeration
                                                                          SSPC 34 Designation & Safety Class. Of Refrig. (25/25)
       TC 10.9 Refrigeration Applications for Foods & Beverages
                                                                          (Screen/E)
       (15/10)
                                                                          Monday     6:30–10:00p     (F) Hochelaga 3 (C)
       Monday      4:15–6:30p      (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                                                                            SSPC 34 Designation Nomenclature (10/10) (screen/E)
       TC 10.10 Management of Lubricant in Circulation (7/3)                Saturday 7:00–10:00a         (F) Richelieu (C)
                                                                                                                                                    TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs


       Sunday     1:00–3:00p    (H) St. Michel (L)
                                                                            SSPC 34 Flammability (15/20)(screen/E)

       TgS/TrgS                                                             Saturday 10:00–3:00p           (F) Richelieu (C)

                                                                            SSPC 34 Toxicity (10/20) (screen/E)
       TG1.Optimatization (15)                                              Sunday     6:30–10:00p           (F) Peribonka (C)
       Sunday    1:00–3:00p              (F) Youville (3)
                                                                          SPC 40 MOT/Rating Heat Operated Unitary
       TG2.HVAC Security (20/6)                                           Air-Conditioning and Heat-Pump Equipment
       Tuesday  9:00–12N        (F) Kamouraska (3)                        Monday      10:00–Noon        (H) St. Laurent (L)
       TRG4 Sustainable Building Guidance & Metrics (17/10)               SSPC 41 Standard Methods for Measurement (10/10)
       Saturday   1:00–300p       (F) Youville (3)                        Sunday     1:00–4:00p     (F) St. Charles (C)

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                   41.1 Temperature- Standard Method for Temperature Measurement (10/5)   SPC 72 MOT/Commercial Refrigerators and Freezers (9/12)
                   Monday      8:00–10:00a        (F) St. Charles (C)                     Sunday    1:00–5:00p   (F) Matapedia (C)
                   41.2 Laboratory Airflow-Standard Method for Laboratory Airflow
                                                                                          SPC 79 MOT/for Rating Fan-Coil Conditioners (15/15)
                   Measurement (10/5)
                   Monday      10a–Noon           (F) St. Charles (C)                     (Screen/E)
                                                                                          Saturday   8:00a–Noon    (H) Longueuil (L)
                   41.3 Pressure–Standard Method for Pressure Measurement (6/4)
                   Sunday      4:00–6:00p        (F) St. Charles (C)                      SPC 84–2008 MOT/Air-to-Air Heat/Energy Exchangers (9/4)
                   41.4 Lubricant Content-Standard Method for Measurement of              Tuesday    8:30–10:30a   (F) St. Charles (C)
                   Proportion of Lubricant in Liquid Refrigerant (6/4)
                                                                                          SSPC 90.1 Energy Eff. Design of New Bldg. (Screen/E) (50/60)
                   Monday      10:00–Noon          (F) Matapedia (C)
                                                                                          Saturday   8:00a–12p        (H) Outremont (L)
                   41.6 Humidity-Standard Methods for Measurement of Moist Air            Sunday     9:00a–12p        (F) Marquette (C)
                   Properties (9/3)
                                                                                          Monday     8:00a–12p        (F) Marquette (C)
                   Sunday       10:00a–Noon     (F) St. Charles (C)
                                                                                            Format & Compliance Subcommittee (4/6)(E)
                   41.7 Standard Methods for Gas Flow Measurement (10/4)
                                                                                            Friday    5:00–10:00p      (H) St. Laurent (L)
                   Tuesday     8:00 – 10:00a      (F) Youville (3)
                                                                                            Saturday 1:00–5:00p        (H) Frontenac (L)
                   41.8 Standard Methods for Liquid Flow Measurement (10/4)                 Sunday    4:00–7:00p       (F) Bellechasse (3)
                   Tuesday     10:00–Noon         (F) Youville (3)
                                                                                            Mechanical Subcommittee (25/25)(screen/E)
                   41.10 Flowmeter Test Methods for Volatile Refrigerants Mass Flow         Friday     9:00a–10p          (H) Fontaine Salon F
                   Measurements Using Flowmeters (10/5)                                     Saturday 1:00–7:00p           (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
                   Monday     2:15–4:15           (F) Nicolet (M)                           Sunday     1:00–8:00p         (F) Duluth (C)

                   41.11 Power-Standard Methods for Power Measurement (12/6)                Lighting Subcommittee (12/10)(screen/E)
                   Monday      8:00a–10:00a       (F) Matapedia (C)                         Friday      9:00a–10p          (H) St. Pierre (L)
                                                                                            Saturday 1:00–7:00p            (H) Longueuil (L)
                 SSPC 52.2P MOT/Part Size Eff. Proc. for Testing Air                        Sunday      1:00–8:00p         (F) Ramezay (3)
                 Cleaning Devices (15/40) (Screen)                                          ECB Subcommittee (8/10) (Screen/E)
                 Saturday    8:00–Noon        (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)                      Friday    5:00–10:00p         (H) St. Leonard (L)
                                                                                            Saturday 1:00–5:00p           (H) St. Lambert (L)
                 SSPC 55 Thermal Env Cond. for Human Occupancy                              Sunday    1:00–4:00p          (F) Bellechass (3)
                 (19/10) (screen)
                 Saturday     8:00a–3:00p (H) Jacques-Cartier (L)                           Envelope Subcommittee (screen/E)(15/30)
                                                                                            Friday     9:00a–10:00p        (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
                 Sunday       8:15a–12p   (H) Jacques-Cartier (L)                           Saturday 1:00–7:00p            (H) Fontaine Salon G (L()
                 SSPC 62.1 Ventilation and Acceptable IAQ in Commercial,                    Sunday     1:00–7:00p          (F) Mackenzie (C)
                 Institutional and High-Rise Residential Buildings                        SSPC 90.2 Energy Eff. Design of New Low Rise Res. Bldg.
                 (30/30) (E/Screen)                                                       (21/25) (Screen/E)
                 Saturday      1:30–3:00p     (F) Jolliet (C)                             Monday       2:15–6:15p     (F) Duluth (C)
                 Sunday        1:00–7:00p     (F) Marquette (C)                           Tuesday      1:00–5:00p     (F) Marquette (C)
                   SSPC 62.1 Education (15/15) (screen)                                     SSPC 90.2 Lighting (4/4) (Screen/E)
                   Friday     1:00–5:00p          (F) Peribonka (C)                         Monday     6:15–9:15p            (F) Kamouraska (3)
                   Saturday 8:00a–12:30p          (F) Peribonka (C)                         Tuesday    8:00–Noon            (F) Chambly (3)
                   SSPC 62.1 Administration (15/15)(screen)                                 SSPC 90.2 Mechanical (6/6) (Screen/E)
                   Friday     1:00–5:00p          (F) Duluth (C)                            Monday     6:15–9:15p           (F) Bellechasse (3)
                   Saturday 8:00a–12:30p          (F) Jolliet (C)                           Tuesday    8:00–Noon           (F) Yamaska (C)
                 SSPC 62.2 Ventilation and Acceptable IAQ in Low-Rise                       SSPC 90.2 Envelope (11/15) (Screen/E)
                 Residential Buildings (28/13)(Screen/Electric)                             Monday     6:15–9:15            (F) Duluth (C)
                 Friday       1:00–2:30p       (F) MacKenzie (C)                            Tuesday    8:00–Noon            (F) Peribonka (C)
                 Saturday     8:30–3:00p       (F) Duluth (C)                             SSPC Standard 100 Revision (20)
                   SSPC 62.2 IAQ Subcommittee (12)                                        Tuesday    8:00–12:00p     (H) St. Pierre (L)
                   Friday     2:30–5:00p        (F) Matapedia (C)
                                                                                            Section 5 & 6 Working Groups (15)
TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs




                   SSPC 62.2 System Subcommittee (12)                                       Sunday      8:30–10:30         (H) Ponte-Aux-Trembles (L)
                   Friday     2:30–5:00p        (F) Chaudiere (C)
                                                                                            Section 4 & 7 Working Groups (15)
                   SSPC 62.2 Envelope Subcommittee (20)                                     Monday      2:15–4:15p         (H) St. Michel (L)
                   Friday     2:30–5:00p        (F) MacKenzie (C)
                                                                                            Lighting Subcommittee (5)
                   Standard 136 subcommittee                                                Monday      4:15–6:15p          (H) St. Michel (L)
                   Friday     9:00–Noon            (F) MacKenzie (C)
                                                                                            Section 8 & 9 Working Groups (15)
                 SPC 64 Methods of Laboratory Testing Remote Mechanical                     Monday      6:15–8:15p         (H) St. Michel (L)
                 Draft Evaporate Refrigerant Condensation                                 SPC 105 Standard Methods of Measuring and Expressing
                 Monday     4:15–6:15p       (F) Batiscan (M)                             Building Energy Performance (8/8) (Screen)
                                                                                          Sunday      9:00a–1:00p   (F) Matapedia (C)

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       SPC 118.1 MOT/Commercial Water Heaters (6/6)                      SPC 155P MOT/Rating Commercial Space Heating Boiler
       Sunday     9:00–11:00a  (F) Terrebonne (3)                        Systems (9/9)
                                                                         Sunday       12:30–2:30p (F) Gatineau (C)
       SPC 118.2R MOT/Rating Residential Water Heaters (20/10)
       Tuesday    1:00–5:00p    (F) Peribonka (C)                        SPC 158.1 MOT/Capacity of Refrigerant Solenoid Valves
                                                                         (5/2)
       SPC 124 MOT/Rating Combination Space-Heating and
       Water Heating Appliances (10)(Screen)                             SPC 158.2 MOT/Capacity for Refrigerant Pressure
       Wednesday 8:00–Noon        (F) Chambly (3)                        Regulators
                                                                         Sunday     5:00–7:00p     (F) Yamaska (C)
       SPC 127 MOT/Rating Computer and Data Processing Room
       Unitary Air-Conditioners (10/15)(Screen/E)                        SSPC 160 Criteria for Moisture Control Design Analysis
       Sunday      3:00–5:00p       (F) Youville (3)                     (13/10)(Screen)
                                                                         Tuesday      8:00a–Noon     (F) Gatineau (C)
       SPC 129 Measuring Air Change Effectiveness (8)
       Sunday    5:00–7:00p      (F) Chambly (3)                         SPC 161P Air Quality Within Commercial Aircraft (20/10)
                                                                         (Screen)
       SPC 130 MOT/for Rating Ducted Air Terminal Units
                                                                         Sunday     1:00–5:00p      (H) Portage (LL)
       (E/Screen)
                                                                         Monday     8:00a–Noon      (H) Mansfield (L)
       Sunday     5:00–9:00p    (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
                                                                         SPC 164.2 MOT/Self-Contained Residential Humidifiers
       SSPC 134 Graphic Symbols (10/6)
                                                                         (10/3) (screen)
       Sunday     1:00a–2:00p    (F) Chambly (3)
                                                                         Monday        8:30–10:00a (F) Peribonka (C)
       SSPC 135 BACnet (45/15)
                                                                         SPC 164.3 MOT/Commercial and Industrial Humidifiers
       Saturday   8:00–3:00p             (F) Mackenzie (C)
                                                                         (8/4)
       Monday     8:00a–Noon             (F) Jolliet (C)
                                                                         Monday     10:00–11:30a (F) Peribonka (C)
           SSPC 135 (25)
           Thursday (6/23) 8:00a–5:00p   (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)        SPC 166P Heating, Vent, A/C and Refrig Terminology (7/2)
                                                                         (screen)
           SSPC 135 Working Group (25)
           Friday    8:00a–5:00p              (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)   Monday     8:00a–Noon      (F) Cap-Chat (3)

           SSPC 135 Working Group (25)                                   SSPC 169 Weather Data for Building Design Standards
           Friday    8:00a–5:00p              (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)   (screen/flip) (12/8)
           SSPC 135 BACnet Working Group (25)                            Monday         10a–Noon    (H) Jacques-Cartier (L)
           Sunday    8:30a–5:00p       (H) Mansfield (L)                 SSPC 170 Ventilation of Healthcare Facilities (20/20) (screen)
           SSPC 135 BACnet (25)                                          Tuesday    8:00–2:00p       (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
           Sunday    8:00a–5:00p         (H) Fontaine Salon H (L)
                                                                         SSPC 170 Clinical Subcommittee (14/10)
       SSPC 140 Standard MOT for Evaluation of Bldg. Energy              Monday     4:15–6:30p     (H) Jacques-Cartier (L)
       Analysis Computer Program (14/8) (screen)
       Monday     2:15–6:15p     (F) Matapedia                           SPC 172P MOT/Insoluble Materials in Synthetic Lubricants
                                                                         And HFC Refrigerant Systems (8/2)
       SPC 145P Test Methods for Assessing Performance of Gas            Monday    8:00–Noon       (F) Youville (3)
       Phase Air Clean. Equip. (13/15)(Screen/ E)
       Sunday      8:00–5:00p       (F) Harricana (C)                    SPC 173 MOT/Determine the Performance of Halocarbon
                                                                         Refrigerant Leak Detectors (5/2)
       SPC 147 Minimizing the Release of Refrigerants (25/15)            Monday      6:15–9:15p      (F) Batiscan (M)
       (screen/flipchart)
       Sunday        6:00–10:00p  (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)               SPC 175 Metal Pressure Vessel Testing (5/5)
                                                                         Monday     4:15–6:30p      (F) Nicolet (M)
       SPC 147 Working Session (15) (screen/flipchart)
       Saturday  11:00a–3:00p (H) Fundy (L)                              SPC 177P MOT/Fractionation Measurement of Refrigerant
                                                                         Blends (6/8)(Screen)
       SPC 150 MOT/Performance of Cool Storage Systems (6/2)             Monday       8:00– 10:00a (F) Mackenzie (C)
                                                                                                                                             TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs


       Sunday    5:30–6:30p    (F) Saguenay (C)
                                                                         SPC 179P MOT/Life Testing Positive Displaced Compressors
       SPC 151 MOT/Shipboard Balancing (6/4)                             (6/10)
       Saturday  1:00–3:00p    (F) Terrebone (3)                         Sunday    1:00–5:00p      (H) St. Lambert (L)
       SPC 152R MOT/Determining the Design and Seasonal                  SSPC 180 Standard Practice for Inspection & Maintenance
       Efficiencies of Residential Thermal Distribution Systems          of HVAC Systems (20/4)
       (8/6)                                                             Friday     1:00a–5:00p     (F) St. Charles (C)
       Sunday        8:15–10:15 a.m. (H) St. Leonard (L)
                                                                         SPC 181 MOT/Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchangers (7/10)
       SPC 154 Ventilation for Commercial Cooking Operations             (Screen)
       (15/15) (Screen)                                                  Monday    2:15–4:00p     (H) Longueuil (L)
       Monday       2:15–5:15p    (H) Outremont (L)
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                 SPC 184 MOT/Field Test of Liquid Package Chillers (14/5)      SPC 199 MOT/Rating the Performance of Industrial Pulse
                 (screen)                                                      Cleaned Dust Collectors (6/2)
                 Tuesday   8:00–Noon        (F) Ramezay (3)                    Sunday     1:00–3:00p        (F) Cap-Chat (3)
                 SPC 185 MOT/UVC Lights for Use in Air Handling Units          SPC 200 MOT/Chilled Beams (12/12)(screen/E)
                 or Air Ducts to Inactivate Airborne Microorganisms            Monday    8:00–Noon     (F) Hochelaga 6 (C)
                 (15/15) (screen)
                                                                               SPC 201P: Facility Smart Grid Information Model (42/15)
                 Saturday      8:00a–3:00p     (H) St. Pierre (L)
                                                                               (screen)
                 SPC 188 Minimizing the Risk of Legionellosis Associated       Monday     2:15–6:30p      (F) Marquette (C)
                 with Building Water Systems (35/10)                           Tuesday    8:00a–Noon      (F) Marquette (C)
                 Tuesday     9:00–Noon      (F) Mackenzie (C)
                                                                               SPC 202 Commissioning Process Standard (15/12)(E)
                 Tuesday     3:30–6:00p     (F) Mackenzie
                                                                               Monday    8:00–Noon      (H) St. Pierre (L)
                 SPC 189.1 ASHRAE/USGBC/IESNA Standard for the
                                                                               SSPC 203 MOT/Determining Heat Gain of Office Equipment
                 Design of High-Performance Green Buildings except
                                                                               Used in Buildings (11/2) (screen)
                 Low-Rise Residential Buildings (40/40) (E/screen)
                                                                               Saturday    1:00–3:00         (H) St. Laurent (L)
                 Wednesday 8:00a–Noon        (F) Marquette (C)
                   Working Group 6 (Water Use)(30/20)(E/Screen)                SPC 204P MOT/Rating Micro Combined Heat and Power
                   Tuesday   8:00–10:00a         (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)           Devices (12/12)
                                                                               Tuesday      1:00–3:00p (H) Jacques-Cartier (L)
                   Working Group 8 (IEQ) (20/20) (E/Screen)
                   Tuesday   8:00–11:00a          (F) Jolliet (C)              SPC 205 Data Exchange Protocols for Energy Simulation of
                   Working Group 10 (Plans and Operation) (30/20) (E/Screen)   HVAC&R Equipment Performance (18/30)(Screen/E)
                   Tuesday   10:00a–Noon         (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)           Tuesday    8:00–10:00a    (F) Hochelaga 1 (C)
                   Working Group 7 (Energy Efficiency)(30/20) (E/Screen)       SPC 206 MOT/for Rating of Multi-Purpose Residential
                   Tuesday    12:00–3:00p         (F) Jolliet (C)              Heat Pumps for Space Conditioning, Water Heating and
                   Working Group 9 (Materials and Resources) (10/10)           Dehumidification (12/8)
                   Tuesday   2:00–4:00p          (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)           Tuesday     3:30–6:00p    (F) Chaudiere (C)
                   Working Group 5 (Site Sustainability)(10/10)(E/Screen)      SGPC 0–General Commissioning Process (14/10)
                   Tuesday   4:00–6:00p           (F) Hochelaga 2 (C)
                                                                               Saturday  8:00–12:00p   (F) Ramezay (3)
                   Working Group 75 (Energy Performance) (20/20)
                   Tuesday   3:00–6:00p          (F) Jolliet (C)               GPC 1.2 Commissioning Process for Existing HVAC&R
                                                                               Systems (24/15) (E)
                 SPC 189.2 Design, Construction and Operation of High-         Friday      8:00a–5:00p   (F) Gatineau (C)
                 Performance Green Healthcare Facilities (20/10)(screen)       Saturday    8:00a–3:00p   (F) Gatineau (C)
                 Monday     8a–Noon          (F) Bersimis (C)
                 Monday     2:00–3:00p       (F) Bersimis (C)                  GPC 1.3 Building Operation and Maintenance Training for
                                                                               the HVAC&R Commissioning Process (12)
                 SPC 190 MOT/Rating Indoor Pool Dehumidifiers for              Tuesday    1:00–5:00p      (F) Bellechasse (3)
                 Moisture Removal Capacity and Moisture Removal
                 Efficiency (6/6)                                              GPC 1.4 Systems Manuals for Commissioning (10)(E)
                 Tuesday       1:00–2:00p   (H) Frontenac (L)                  Saturday    1:00–3:00p    (F) Matapedia (C)

                 SPC 191 Water Conservation (15/10) (screen)                   GPC 1.5 Commissioning Smoke Control Systems (11/10)
                 Sunday     9:00–10:00a    (H) Portage (LL)                    (screen/E)
                                                                               Monday     2:15–4:15     (F) St. Maurice (C)
                 SPC 194 MOT/Direct-Expansion Ground Source
                 Heat Pumps (15)                                               GPC–10P Achieving Acceptable Indoor Environment (10/10)
                 Sunday     3:00–5:00p   (H) Pointe-Aux-Trembles (L)           Sunday    8:15–10:45     (H) St. Pierre (L)

                 SPC 195P MOT/Rating Air Terminal Unit Controls (7/5)          SGPC 13 Guideline for Specifying Direct Digital Control (15)
                 Tuesday   8:00–Noon      (F) Matapedia (C)                    Saturday  8:00–Noon        (F) Chaudiere (C)
TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs




                 SPC 196P MOT/ Measuring Refrigerant Leak Rates (12/5)         GPC 14 Measurement of Energy Demand Savings (8/10)
                 Sunday    6:30–10:00p   (F) St. Maurice                       (Screen)
                                                                               Sunday    6:00–10:00p    (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
                 SPC 197 MOT/Attenuation Characteristics of Vibration
                 Isolators (8/4) (screen/E)                                    SGPC 20 Documenting HVAC&R Work Processes
                 Monday        4:15–6:30p   (H) Fundy (L)                      and Data Exchange Requirements (12/12)(Screen/E)
                                                                               Monday     10:15–12:15p (F) Hochelaga 5 (C)
                 SPC 198 MOT/Rating DX Dedicated Outdoor-Air Systems
                 (6/6)
                 Tuesday   Noon–1:00 p   (H) Frontenac (L)



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       GPC 23 Guidelines for the Design/Application of HVAC
       Equip. for Rail Passenger Vehicles (10/5) (Screen)                 notes
       Monday      8:00–Noon        (H) Fundy (L)
       Tuesday     8:00–Noon        (H) St. Michel (L)
       Tuesday     1:00–5:00p       (H) St. Michel
       GPC 25 MOM/Solar-Optical Properties Materials (5/5)
       Sunday   8:00–9:00       (F) Nicolet (M)
       GPC 27P Procedures for Measurement of Gases in
       Indoor Environments (5/12) (flipchart)
       Sunday      3:00–5:00p      (H) Hampstead (L)
       GPC 32 Sustainable, High Performance Operations
       & Maintenance
       Sunday     1:00–3:00p      (H) St. Pierre (L)
       GPC 33P Guideline for Documenting Indoor Airflow
       and Contaminant Transport (6)
       Tuesday    11:00–Noon      (F) St. Maurice (C)

       OThEr
       USNC/IIR (20/10)
       Tuesday    2:00–4:00p         (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
       USNT/IEA (20/10)
       Tuesday   4:00–6:00p          (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
       ISO/TC 86/SC 1/WG 1 (15) (Screen)
       Tuesday (6/21) 9:00a–5:00p (H) Fundy (L)
       Wednesday (6/22) 9:00a–5:00p(H) Fundy (L)
       Thursday (6/23)9:00a–5:00p (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
       ISO/TC 142/WG 6 (25) (Screen)
       Monday     8:00a–Noon     (H) Fontaine Salon G (L)
       ISO/TC 142 /WG 3 (25) (Screen)
       Thursday (6/23) 8:00a–5:00p    (H) Fontaine Salon F (L)
       Friday (6/24)   8:00a–5:00p    (H) Longueuil (L)
       US TAG to ISO/TC 142 (30/10) (Screen)
       Saturday   2:30–3:15p     (H) Fontaine Salon E (L)
       US TAG to ISO/TC 205 (20) (Screen)
       Tuesday     1:00p–3:00p (H) St. Laurent (L)

       Policy for Scheduling TC/Tg/SPC Meetings
       TC and TG meetings will be automatically scheduled on the
       same day and time based upon the previous meeting schedule.
       Any changes to the time slot must be made in writing. All TC/TG
       subcommittees must be scheduled for each meeting. All SPC
       meetings must be confirmed prior to scheduling audiovisual
       equipment and electric for laptops must be ordered for each
                                                                                                TC/Tg/SPC Mtgs


       meeting and only advance orders will be guaranteed. LCD pro-
       jectors are not available.

       NOTE: The parenthesis beside each committee represent the
       number of people expected to attend the meeting and any audiovi-
       sual equipment ordered. We encourage you to order audiovisual
       equipment in advance, as we are unable to guarantee that equip-
       ment will be available on-site. Every effort is made to accommo-
       date room size versus number of committee members. If you have
       not supplied the Conferences Department with the number of
       members on your committee or subcommittee, we have no basis
       for room assignments.
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       AShrAE STAFF

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       Conferences                                Carolyn Kettering, Director           Mark Weber, Asst. Mgr-U.S.
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       Patricia Adelmann, Manager                                                       Joslyn Ratcliff, Manager Web Commerce
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       SPEAKErS’ LiST                                                 d
                                                                      Daswani, Raj, Seminar 31
       A                                                              De lieto vollaro, Roberto, Poster Session
       Abushakra, Bass, Seminar 49                                    Dean, Jesse, Seminar 52
       Albrecht, Raymond, Seminar 15                                  Dean, Bill,
       Alizadeh Safa, Amir, Conference Paper Session 8                  Technical Paper Session 4 and Conference Paper Session 15
       Androff, Pam, Technical Paper Session 6                        Debes, Gary,
       Apte, Michael, Seminar 53                                        Technical Paper Session 2 and Conference Paper Session 16
       Athienitis, Andreas, Technical Paper Session 4                 Del Percio, Stephen, Seminar 60
       Attar, Ramtin, Conference Paper Session 20                     Delisle, Veronique, Conference Paper Session 14
                                                                      Dembo, Aya, Conference Paper Session 14
       B                                                              Demetriou, Dustin W., Conference Paper Session 1
       Bahar, Bamdad, Conference Paper Session 9                      Deru, Michael, Seminar 12
       Balbach, Chris, Seminar 49                                     Desgrosseilliers, Louis, Conference Paper Session 9
       Ball, Suni, Seminar 52                                         Dettmers, Daniel,
       Bambara, James, Conference Paper Session 18                      Conference Paper Session 6 and Technical Paper Session 7
       Bares, Geoffrey C., Seminar 57                                 Dixon, Elizabeth, Seminar 51
       Bauman, Fred, Seminar 58                                       Djebbar, Raja, Seminar 13
       Baumgartner, Steve, Conference Paper Session 17                Dlugosz, Larry, Conference Paper Session 4
       Bean, Robert, Seminar 47                                       Dobbs, Gregory, Conference Paper Session 13
       Becker, Bryan R., Seminar 39 and Conference Paper Session 18   Duda, Stephen W., Conference Paper Session 4
       Beneke, Jeremy, Seminar 38                                     Dwyer, Tim, Seminar 50
       Bergey, Daniel M., Conference Paper Session 14
       Bernier, Michel, Seminar 13                                    E
       Bilderbeck, Michael, Seminar 37                                Eardley, Mike, Seminar 10
       Bohanon, Hoy, Conference Paper Session 12                      Eley, Charles, Seminar 24
       Borrowman, Wayne, Seminar 29                                   Emmerich, Steven, Seminar 48
       Bourassa, Norman J., Seminar 18 and Seminar 46                 Enck, Harry, Conference Paper Session 7
       Brandt, Don, Forum 2                                           Engelmann, Peter, Conference Paper Session 14
       Branson, David, Seminar 50
       Brew, James Scott, Conference Paper Session 3                  F
       Bruning, Steve, Seminar 2                                      Fang, Xiande, Conference Paper Session 11
       Burg, Craig, Seminar 21                                        Faramarzi, Ramin, Seminar 39
       Bushby, Steven T., Seminar 14                                  Faris, Gus, Technical Paper Session 9
       Butcher, Thomas, Seminar 4 and Seminar 15                      Faulkner, Steven, Seminar 59
                                                                      Foley, Gearoid, Seminar 30
       C                                                              Freihaut, James, Seminar 44
       Candanedo, José A., Technical Paper Session 6                  Friedman, Glenn, Seminar 2
       Carter, John, Seminar 22                                       Friedrich, Michele, Seminar 27
       Cartwright, Ben, Conference Paper Session 6
       Cellura, Maurizio, Conference Paper Session 15                 g
       Cermak, John, Seminar 9                                        Gage, Cynthia, Seminar 39
       Charbonneau, Sebastien, Seminar 6                              Galler, Mike, Poster Session
       Chen, Eric, Seminar 6                                          Ganesh, Rad, Seminar 36
       Chen, Qingyan, Seminar 38 and Seminar 58                       Gangemi, Nick, Conference Paper Session 1
       Clark, David, Seminar 47 and Seminar 50                        Gardner, Carol M., Seminar 62
       Coad, Bill, Seminar 8 and Forum 5                              Gayeski, Nick, Poster Session
       Cochran, Brad, Seminar 5                                       Ghali, Kamel Abou, Conference Paper Session 4
       Cochrane, Rosalyn, Seminar 4                                   Gill, Gurjot, Technical Paper Session 2
       Cohen, Jon J., Forum 6                                         Glazer, Jason, Seminar 24
       Collier, Clay, Seminar 3                                       Goldner, Fred, Seminar 4
       Colliver, Donald, Seminar 45                                   Goodrich, Kimberly, Poster Session
       Conlan, Wade, Conference Paper Session 19                      Gorgy, Evraam, Seminar 41
       Connor, Michael, Seminar 37 and Seminar 42                     Granderson, Jessica, Seminar 14
       Cooper, Darren, Seminar 52                                     Green, Diane, Seminar 23
       Cornick, Steve, Seminar 18 and Seminar 46                      Gregg, Andrea, Conference Paper Session 4
       Cremaschi, Lorenzo, Seminar 26                                 Guiterman, Tim, Conference Paper Session 17
       Curcija, D. Charlie, Seminar 25                                Gulick, Bob, Seminar 22
       Curlin, Chuck, Conference Paper Session 9                      Gupta, Rajesh, Seminar 14
                                                                      Gustafson, Scott R., Seminar 51

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       h                                                              Lenoir, Aurélie, Poster Session
       Hachem, Caroline, Conference Paper Session 11                  Leslie, Neil P., Seminar 12
       Hackel, Scott P., Seminar 17 and Conference Paper Session 13   Levin, Hal, Seminar 11, Seminar 48 and Seminar 53
       Hahn, Warren, Seminar 37                                       Lewis, Malcolm, Seminar 60
       Hallinan, Kevin P.,                                            Lisell, Lars J., Conference Paper Session 11
         Technical Paper Session 1 and Technical Paper Session 4      Liu, Guopeng, Conference Paper Session 12
       Hang, Yin, Conference Paper Session 11                         Liu, Bing, Seminar 45
       Hart, Gordon, Seminar 26                                       Lohrenz, Ed, Seminar 17
       Healy, William M., Technical Paper Session 2                   Long, Nicholas, Seminar 62
       Hedrick, Roger, Seminar 11 and Seminar 53                      Lott, J. Neal, Seminar 18
       Henze, Gregor P., Seminar 43                                   Love, James A., Poster Session
       Hessell, Edward, Seminar 51                                    Lowenstein, Andrew, Seminar 52
       Hipchen, John C., Conference Paper Session 8                   Lubliner, Michael R., Forum 7
       Hoest, Ryan, Seminar 27
       Hopkins, Larry, Seminar 36                                     M
       Hosni, Mohammed H., Poster Session                             Macauley, Dunstan, Technical Paper Session 8
       Howard, Eli, Seminar 53                                        MacCracken, Mark, Seminar 57
       Hu, Yang, Conference Paper Session 9                           Macdonald, Iain, Conference Paper Session 10
       Huang, Joe, Seminar 18 and Seminar 24                          Magnier, Laurent, Conference Paper Session 10
                                                                      Majersik, Cliff, Seminar 23
       j                                                              Manning, Andy, Seminar 61
       Jamison, Tommy L., Poster Session                              Marriott, Carol, Seminar 6
       Jarnagin, Ronald, Seminar 23                                   Maston, Sarah E., Technical Paper Session 1
       Javed, Saqib, Conference Paper Session 13                      Matthiesen, Hans Ole, Conference Paper Session 6
       Jeffers, Gregory R., Conference Paper Session 19               Mayes, Scott, Seminar 16
       Jewer, Kenneth, Seminar 29                                     McBride, Merle F., Seminar 45
       Johnson, Phillip, Forum 3                                      McDermott, Mike, Seminar 34
       Judkoff, Ron, Seminar 62                                       McGinn, Timothy J., Seminar 47
                                                                      McGowan, Alex, Forum 1
       K                                                              McLaughlin, Donald J., Seminar 34
       Kamensky, Kristina, Seminar 39                                 McLaughlin, Michael, Seminar 31
       Karki, Kailash, Conference Paper Session 2                     Means, Janice K., Conference Paper Session 11
       Karnaz, Joseph, Seminar 51                                     Memarzadeh, Farhad, Poster Session
       Karpman, Maria, Seminar 62                                     Meredith, Dustin, Seminar 36
       Kato, Shinsuke, Seminar 38                                     Mesquita, Lucio, Seminar 52
       Kelsey, Jim, Conference Paper Session 17                       Messmer, Craig S., Seminar 28
       Kettler, Gerald J., Seminar 10                                 Messner, John, Seminar 44
       Khalil, Essam, Seminar 50                                      Meteyer, Michael, Seminar 22
       Khankari, Kishor, Seminar 58                                   Metzger, Ian, Conference Paper Session 12
       Kiliccote, Sila, Seminar 3                                     Mills, Frank A., Seminar 22
       Kinney, Kristopher L., Seminar 7                               Minor, Jessica L., Conference Paper Session 3
       Klein, Gary, Seminar 12                                        Minor, Barbara, Conference Paper Session 6
       Knight, Dennis, Conference Paper Session 20                    Mitchell, Andrew, Forum 9
       Kohler, Christian, Seminar 25                                  Morris, Robert, Seminar 18
       Koran, William E., Seminar 49                                  Muller, Christopher O., Seminar 33 and Forum 8
       Koupriyanov, Mikhail, Seminar 61                               Mumma, Stanley, Seminar 21
       Krarti, Moncef, Seminar 43                                     Murphy, John, Seminar 9 and Seminar 21
       Kuehn, Thomas, Seminar 1                                       Murray, Robynne E., Conference Paper Session 9
                                                                      Musser, Amy, Seminar 35
       L
       Lane, Michael D., Seminar 45                                   N
       Laouadi, Abdelaziz, Poster Session                             Nall, Daniel, Seminar 45
       Laouady, Aziz, Seminar 25                                      Narayanamurthy, Ram, Seminar 13
       Lavalle, José Luis Frías, Seminar 23                           Nash, Godfrey H.J., Seminar 54
       Lawal, Iyabo, Conference Paper Session 13                      Navaz, Homayun, Seminar 39
       Lawton, Wayne, Conference Paper Session 12                     Newell, Ty, Conference Paper Session 6
       Leck, Thomas J., Conference Paper Session 6
       Leduc, Dan, Seminar 60
       Lee, S. Win, Seminar 15
       Lemestre, Paul, Seminar 56

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       O                                                            Schoenbauer, Ben, Seminar 4
       Oboh, Sam, Seminar 60                                        Schuster, Don A., Seminar 28
       O’Callaghan, Jim, Seminar 7                                  Schwedler, Mick, Seminar 11
       Olesen, Bjarne, Seminar 34                                   Seeton, Christopher, Seminar 51
       O’Neal, Dennis L., Technical Paper Session 9                 Shapiro, Andy M., Conference Paper Session 15
       O’Neill, Zheng, Seminar 20 and Conference Paper Session 16   Shapiro, Leon, Seminar 16 and Technical Paper Session 5
       Ormiston, S.J., Technical Paper Session 6                    Sharp, Gordon P., Seminar 56
       Ouazia, Boualem, Conference Paper Session 10                 Shen, Bo, Technical Paper Session 3
                                                                    Shonder, John, Seminar 49
       P                                                            Sikes, Karen, Seminar 59
       Paliaga, Gwelen, Seminar 11                                  Simmonds, Peter, Seminar 34 and Seminar 47
       Pang, Xiufeng, Technical Paper Session 7                     Simonson, Carey, Poster Session
       Pappas, Aleka, Seminar 24                                    Sinclair, Ray, Seminar 35 and Seminar 61
       Parsonnet, Brian, Seminar 57                                 Singh, Prabjit, Seminar 19 and Seminar 33
       Patenaude, Raymond, Forum 10                                 Smith, Cary, Seminar 17
       Patterson, Michael, Conference Paper Session 1               Smith, Tad, Seminar 31
       Pauls B.Sc., Mark, Seminar 47                                Sorell, Vali, Conference Paper Session 19
       Pavlak, Rick, Conference Paper Session 2                     Spangler, Ron, Conference Paper Session 2
       Pelland, Sophie, Seminar 46                                  Stackhouse, Paul W., Seminar 46
       Persily, Andrew, Seminar 48                                  Stanke, Dennis, Seminar 11
       Pertzborn, Amanda, Conference Paper Session 13               Stathopoulos, Ted, Seminar 5
       Peterson, Kent, Forum 4                                      Steinbrecher, Robin, Seminar 19
       Petty, Charlie, Seminar 26                                   Stevens, Mark, Technical Paper Session 9
       Pieper, Paul, Seminar 6                                      Stylianou, Meli, Seminar 3
       Piesciorovsky, Emilio C., Technical Paper Session 5          Sundell, Jan, Seminar 48
       Pless, Shanti, Conference Paper Session 15                   Swann, E. Mitchell, Seminar 60
       Pope, Stephen, Conference Paper Session 20                   Sweetser, Richard, Seminar 30 and Seminar 44
       Price, Andrew, Seminar 12                                    Swift, John, Seminar 40
       Primeau, Joel, Seminar 32
       Pucciano, Frank, Seminar 17                                  T
                                                                    Tardif, Michel, Conference Paper Session 10, 14 and 15
       Q                                                            TenWolde, Anton, Forum 10
       Quirk, David, Conference Paper Session 1                     Thevenard, Didier, Seminar 46
                                                                    Thomas, Martin, Seminar 4
       r                                                            Tisdale, Renison, Technical Paper Session 3
       Radermacher, Reinhard, Seminar 38 and Seminar 41             Torcellini, Paul, Seminar 43
       Rasmussen, Bryan, Poster Session                             Tosh, Megan, Conference Paper Session 4
       Ratcliff, Michael, Seminar 5                                 Traylor, Jeff, Conference Paper Session 8
       Raychaudhuri, Asesh, Seminar 36                              Trower, Jeff, Seminar 19
       Reindl, Douglas, Seminar 27                                  Tschudi, William, Conference Paper Session 2
       Rhodes, Andrew, Conference Paper Session 5                   Tzempelikos, Athanasios, Seminar 25
       Richardson, Dean C., Conference Paper Session 7
       Ridouane, El Hassan, Conference Paper Session 5              U
       Rite, Raymond, Seminar 28                                    Ueno, Kohta, Conference Paper Session 14
       Rodgers, Terry, Conference Paper Session 19
       Rodier, Benoit, Seminar 29                                   V
       Rogers, Damian A.S., Conference Paper Session 7              Vachon, Christian, Seminar 13
       Rose, William B., Forum 10                                   Vallati, Andrea, Poster Session
       Rosenstock, Steve, Seminar 59                                Vallort, James, Conference Paper Session 3
       Roth, Stephen, Seminar 2                                     Van Horn, Tom, Seminar 16
       Ruiz, John I., Seminar 14                                    VanGilder, James, Seminar 35 and Poster Session
       Russell, Nathan, Seminar 15                                  Vineyard, Edward A., Seminar 27

       S                                                            W
       Salasovich, James, Conference Paper Session 18               Wagner, Timothy, Seminar 30 and Seminar 44
       Sami, Samuel, Seminar 1                                      Wall, Josh, Conference Paper Session 20
       Sanchez, J. Greg, Seminar 61                                 Wang, Liangzhu (Leon), Seminar 35
       Schaefer, Laura, Seminar 1                                   Webster, Tom, Seminar 58
       Schembri, Mark, Seminar 3                                    Wei, Guanghua, Seminar 10
       Schmidt, Roger, Seminar 19                                   Weimar, Dan, Seminar 16

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       Wetter, Michael, Seminar 20
       White, Warren, Technical Paper Session 5                     notes
       Wilkins, Christopher, Seminar 2
       Wright, John, Seminar 25

       y
       Yafeng, Lei, Technical Paper Session 1
       Yamakawa, Yuji, Technical Paper Session 8
       Yashar, David, Seminar 41
       Young, Jim, Seminar 26
       Yu, Philip, Seminar 16

       Z
       Zhadanovsky, Igor, Poster Session
       Zhai, John, Seminar 61
       Zhang, Dahai,
         Conference Paper Session 5 and Technical Paper Session 4
       Zhao, Fei, Conference Paper Session 16
       Zheng, Bin, Technical Paper Session 3
       Zhivov, Alexander, Technical Paper Session 1
       Zhong, Yongfang, Seminar 1
       Zhou, Xiaohui, Seminar 7 and Technical Paper Session 8
       Zimmerman, David, Seminar 8 and Seminar 54
       Zuo, Wangda, Seminar 20




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