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E. Curtis Eichelberger

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ASHRAE Course Instructor

E. Curtis Eichelberger, P.E., Member ASHRAE

    Biography

    Curtis Eichelberger, P.E., Member ASHRAE, is a senior staff engineer with Johnson Controls in York, PA. He has over 45 years of experience in engineering projects relating to acoustic and vibration technologies. Currently, he is responsible for the sound quality and application of YORK/Johnson Controls brand HVAC equipment and systems. An ASHRAE Member, Eichelberger is presently a voting member of Technical Committee 2.6, Sound and Vibration Control; a voting member of TC 2.1, Physiology and Human Environment; and the RPS Chair of the Research Administration Committee (RAC). Eichelberger is presently the Research Chair for ASHRAE TC 2.6 on sound and vibration control. He is also a member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE), a member of ASME, and a LEED® Green Associate. Eichelberger has five US patents on noise control technologies. He received his master’s degree in acoustics and his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, both from Pennsylvania State University.


    Course Taught

    6 hour

    Designing HVAC Systems to Control Noise and Vibration

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