Articles by Robert Beverly

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Got an iSomething? ASHRAE has an app for that.

In case you missed it right before the holiday weekend, ASHRAE is bringing ventilation design to an attractive, Cupertino-based device near you. Check this out from their release:"Calculating ventilation rates
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Not Your Average Puff Piece: The Marshmallow Challenge

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Olympic waste heat for the win

The massive scope of planning an Olympic games boggles the mind, and yet you know the unexpected still looms out there. Occasional weather issues notwithstanding, the Vancouver games has had
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New York City unveils comprehensive requirements for reducing emissions in large existing buildings

As a major component in the New York City's ongoing goal of achieving 30% emissions reduction by 2030, Mayor Bloomerg and Council Speaker Christine Quinn heralded an ambitious six-point program.Below
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Sinclair to lead another slew of free BAS sessions at AHR

While the focus on product innovation will continue at January’s AHR Expo, another useful tradition will continue elsewhere in the building. Our friend and advisor Ken Sinclair, the boss over
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Fighting The Flu

The H1N1 “swine flu” virus has made headlines during its second pass through the United States’ population - including, finally and ironically, an American pig. Understanding transmission methods for H1N1 and influenza in general, and knowing which ventilation or filtration countermeasures could be useful, may spell the difference in the health of dozens or even hundreds of people in a facility during cold and flu season.
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Bunnies as BTU?

We've done some biomass coverage this year, and more is on the way in December. One of the things about biomass is that it's not right for every locale; usually,
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Bugs On A Plane

(And possibly a better way to kill them.)

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How do engineering degrees shape up when it comes to salary?

Does an engineering degree really provide a leg up when it comes to earning potential? Count on it.
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