ASHRAE names 70 new Distinguished Lecturers
The new lecturers and their presentation topics are:
• ASHRAE President Lynn G. Bellenger, P.E., ASHRAE Certified Building Energy Modeling Professional and a High Performance Building Design Professional, Pathfinder Engineers and Architects (Rochester, NY) – Standard 189.1, Standard for the Design of High-Performance, Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings; Modeling a Sustainable World; Standard 90.1 Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings, Appendix G Performance Rating System; ASHRAE’s Initiatives for Sustainable Design and Net-Zero-Energy Buildings; and the Role of Energy Targets in Achieving Net-Zero-Energy Buildings.
• Armando Chamorro, CTH Environmental Solutions (Miami) – Indoor Environmental Quality Testing to Achieve LEED™ Certification; Use of Tracer Gases in Building Forensic Studies; and Tools to Assist you in Complying with Standard 62.1, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, in Existing Buildings
• David John, P.E., Metal Industries (Clearwater, FL) – Fundamentals of Room Air Distribution; Air Terminal Unit Selection Guidelines for Consulting Engineer• Bryant Lampley, P.E., Envirotrol Kernersville, NC) – Open Control or What’s in a Name; Digital Controls Systems Explained
• Apichit Lumlertpongpana, P.E., I.T.C. Co., Huamkar, Bangkok, Thailand – How to Design Ammonia Save and Safe; Turnkey Industrial Refrigeration Plant Design – Built and Manufacturing – from Beginning to End; Industrial Refrigeration for Food Preservation; and Ice on Coil External and Internal Melt Thermal Ice Storage Design
• Thomas Meyer, P.E., Praxis Green (Neenah, WI) – A Taste of Greenspeak: the Language and Culture of Green; Building Water Systems: Water, Water Everywhere, Which Drop to Drink
• James Newman, ASHRAE Certified Operations and Performance Management Professional, Newman Consulting Group (Bloomfield Hills, MI) – LEED and Integrated Design: What Does that Really Mean; IAQ, Productivity, Health, Energy and Legal Liability: How to Avoid Problems or How Much Does a Lawsuit Cost Compared to Good IAQ; The Energy Policy Act of 2005 and How You Can Profit from it; Transforming an Older Facility Into a High-Performing Building; Why High-Performance Green Buildings Don’t Have to Cost More; Green Practices and Standards 90.1 and 62.1: How to Have a Healthier, More Profitable Building with Better Mechanical/Electrical Design; and How to Achieve LEED Gold Certification and Enjoy a Healthier, Less Costly Building with Better HVAC&R Design
• James Tauby, P.E., Mason Industries (Hauppauge, NY) – Restraint of Rooftop Equipment for High Wind Areas; Penthouse Mechanical Rooms: Why Are they Seismically a Challenge; Proper Installation Methods Using ASHRAE’s Practical Guide to Seismic Restraint; and Seismic Restraint of Mechanical Systems
• Kecha Thirakomen, P.E., EEC Engineering Network (Bangkok, Thailand) – Combined Cooling and Power System Feasibility; OAU Dehumidification System Selection
• R. Vijayakumar, Ph.D., Aerfil (Liverpool, NY) – Basics of Cleanroom Design; Introduction to Particle Mechanicals; Introduction to Particle Measurements; Fibrous Filter Media; Fundamentals of High Efficiency Air Filters: Theory and Practice and Testing High Efficiency Filters
For a complete listing of Distinguished Lecturers and detailed procedures on how to arrange a lecturer presentation, visit www.ashrae.org/distinguishedlecturers. For additional information, contact Rosy Douglas, manager of chapter programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-539-1128.