The December digital publication of the ASHRAE Journal is ready for your viewing pleasure. This month’s cover article examines the predicted thermal comfort level in heated-and-ventilated-only warehouses to help determine occupant thermal satisfaction and productivity impact. Other articles discuss thermal zoning for HVAC design, 4-Pipe VAV vs. active chilled beams and window retrofit energy analysis. Keep reading to learn the latest and greatest in HVAC&R this month…
December 2018 ASHRAE Insights
Knowledge transfer of technical information is the main driver of the 2019 ASHRAE Winter Conference’s technical program. The technical program spans from Jan. 13-16 and includes information ranging from refrigeration to the convergence of comfort, indoor air quality and energy efficiency.
2019 ASHRAE Winter Conference Show Planner
We’ll see you in Atlanta this January 12-16 for the 2019 Winter Conference & AHR Expo, held at the Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center and neighboring Georgia World Congress Center. The conference technical program includes 8 tracks with more than 100 sessions, and 140 PDHs.
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