Providing just enough ventilation for the amount of people using a space at a given time? The concept's logic is appealing, but when it comes to conforming to Standard 62.1, the details may prove more vexing. By Joanna Turpin
In today's energy climate, any existing strategy is worth a second look. The curious can start here by learning its strengths and weaknesses, examining possible applications, and sampling such units on today's market. By Joanna R. Turpin
The issues surrounding how and when to plan work on a campus central cooling plant make for plenty of homework. Study these guidelines before you tackle the task of large-scale system improvement. By P. Russell Price, P.E.
The key element for precise control of airflow, temperature, and humidity is achievable through multiple methods. This article examines the many factors that influence a decision about which method to use, and when. By Stephen J. Davis
By orchestrating a number of smaller energy-efficient retrofits, the University of Utah generated enough
savings to finance a central chilled water plant for its health sciences campus. By Joanna R. Turpin
Retrieving every last bit of performance from the system while stopping short of the surge line is no small feat. Dig into sizing, tower selection, chilled water loads and stability, and condenser water management to leave no efficiency stone unturned. Read more in April issue