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Outdated internal equipment heat gain data can result in oversized systems and higher operating costs, according to ASHRAE.
ASHRAE is currently seeking papers for its 2014 Annual Conference in Seattle June 28-July 2.
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers is currently seeking papers for a conference focused on the design, construction, and operation of buildings in developing economies.
The National Environmental Balancing Bureau donated $10,000 to ASHRAE research during NEBB’s 2013 annual conference May 2 in Montreal.
Public comment is now open on an ASHRAE manual that will establish a uniform procedure for transmitting design, construction, testing, and operational information to building owners and operators.
Technical tours, learning courses, and networking opportunities are just some of the offerings at ASHRAE’s annual conference June 22-26 in Denver.
Carrier has launched a new program that aims to assist school districts that want to improve energy and sustainability.
ASHRAE says its members now have increased opportunities to find jobs within their chosen field under an expanded jobs board.
ASHRAE recently made changes to its newly published BACnet standard, which the association said will encourage smart lighting controls and other building automation controls systems.
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