The March digital publication of the ASHRAE Journal is ready for your viewing pleasure today. In this month’s cover feature you’ll learn how a university building’s upgrade to geothermal from steam helped transform it from the least to most efficient building on campus. Other articles include designing pipe insulation systems, air infiltration in walk-in coolers and a practical solution for TES pressure control.
LEED’s Performance-Based IAQ Pilot Credit
Thirty years of public health research have demonstrated that improved indoor environmental quality is associated with better health outcomes and more productive environments. LEED has an entire credit category in the rating system for indoor environmental quality (EQ). This category contains prerequisitesContinuedits aimed at reducing occupant exposure to harmful contaminants.1–5 EQ issues such as a smoking ban and construction IAQ management plan were in the original version of LEED and an onsite IAQ check was introduced in Version 2 of LEED. Continue reading the full article…
2018 Annual Conference Planner
Giddyup! ASHRAE is headed to the most air-conditioned city in the world – Houston, Texas, for the 2018 Annual Conference, June 23-27, 2018. Join us at the Hilton Americas Hotel and the George R. Brown Convention Center for learning, networking, and fun. Early bird registration is open through April 30.
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