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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2004

Acoustics

 Acoustical Case Studies of HVAC Systems in Schools.
Gary W. Siebein, Robert M. Lilkendey. P. 35. May.

Air Conditioning

 A New Way to Calculate Cooling Loads.
Steven F. Bruning. P. 20. Jan.

 Too Hot, Too Cold: Diagnosing Occupant Complaints.
Glenn Friedman. P. S157. Jan.

 How to Properly Size Unitary Equipment.
Glenn C. Hourahan. P. 15. Feb.

 New Approach to Energy Savings for Rooftop AC.
Detlef Westphalen. P. 38. March.

 Dehumidification at Part Load.
Don Shirey III, Hugh I. Henderson Jr. P. 42. April.

 Liquid Desiccant Air Conditioners.
John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 58. April.

 Radiant Ceiling Cooling.
John Dieckmann, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 42. June.

 Displacement Ventilation.
Sephir D. Hamilton, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 56. Sept.

 Modulating Compressors for Residential Cooling.
Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 56. Oct.

 CO2 Air-Conditioning Cycles.
Detlef Westphalen, John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 54. Nov.

 The People's Air Conditioner: Henry Galson 1900–1963.
Edgar Galson. P. S20. Nov.

Ammonia

 Selecting Lubricant for the Ammonia Refrigeration System.
George C. Briley. P. 66. Aug.

 Liquid Recirculation Systems: Ammonia Refrigeration.
George C. Briley. P. 48. Sept.

Animal Facilities

 HVAC Design in Animal Facilities.
Christopher K. Wilkins, Brian A. Waters. P. 35. Sept.

BACnet®

 BACnet® for Video Surveillance.
Zhou Ning, Zhou Man-li, Xu Yi-Ping. P. S18. Oct.

 BACnet® Is Lifeline for Trauma Center.
Randy Amborn, Carrie Eppelheimer. P. S30. Oct.

 BACnet® Is Tie that Binds Tucson.
Nancy L. Robbers, Vern Baker. P. S26. Oct.

 First 'Open Systems' Chip.
Bob Ofenstein. P. S32. Oct.

 Reading, Writing and BACnet®.
Jack McGowan. P. S35. Oct.

 Strategies for Using BACnet®/IP.
Christopher A. Hollinger. P. S10. Oct.

 Web Services & BACnet®.
Steve Tom. P. S14. Oct.

Boilers

 New Software for Calculating Seasonal Efficiency for Boilers.
David C. Bixby, Martha J. Hewett, Ron M. Nelson. P. 55. July.

Building Security

 Homeland Security & Infrastructure Information.
Dale Elizabeth Walker. P. 61. May.

 Building Ventilation and Pressurization as a Security Tool.
Andy Persily. P. 18. Sept.

 Design of HVAC&R Systems While Improving Safety.
William J. Coad. P. 22. Oct.

 ASHRAE Homeland Security Activities and Reports.
L.G. Spielvogel. P. 34. Nov.

 The Threat of Aerosolized Biological Weapons.
D.A. Henderson. P. 50. Dec.

Business and Management

 Starting a New Business.
Charles R. Foster III. P. 40. Jan.

 Thinking Like a Management Engineer.
John Clark. P. 50. Feb.

 Communications Skills for the Practicing Professional.
Richard B. Hayter. P. 74. March.

 Do You Know What Your Liabilities Are?
Gordon V.R. Holness. P. 54. April.

 Protecting Your Design.
Gersil N. Kay. P. 68. May.

 Hiring Employees with Non-Compete Agreements.
Ross D. Montgomery. P. 41. June.

 How to Start a Consulting Engineering Business.
Warren G. Hahn. P. 118. July.

 Strategic Planning.
William Kumpf. P. 70. Aug.

 HVAC Terms in LEED®.
Mike Bilderbeck. P. 55. Sept.

 The Components of Decision-Making.
Terry Hargrove. P. 68. Oct.

 Are We Concerned With Leadership?
Victor Goldschmidt. P. 51. Nov.

 Why Be Involved in Advancement?
Victor Goldschmidt. P. 113. Dec.

Chillers

 Overcoming Low Delta T, Negative Delta P at Large University Campus.
Lucas B. Hyman, Don Little. P. 28. Feb.

 Air-Cooled HVAC Retrofit: Safe Bet for Vegas Schools.
Ronald H. Howell, Donald W. Land, Elton Dale Scheideman. P. 28. May.

 7 Methods for Improving Performance of Existing Chiller Plants.
Andrew K. Burkhart. P. S12. June.

 Optimizing Chillers and Towers.
Hugh Crowther, James Furlong. P. 34. July.

 Primary-Secondary Chilled Water Systems: Making Them Work.
Steven C. Severini. P. 27. July.

 How Chillers React to Building Loads.
Kwok Tai Chan, Fu Wing. P. 52. Aug.

 Driving Absorption Chillers Using Heat Recovery.
William Ryan. P. S31. Sept.

Cogeneration

 Cogeneration: Engineering Natural Gas-Driven Systems.
D. Allen Crosby. P. 20. Feb.

 Assessing Value of CHP Systems.
Steve Fischer. P. 12. June.

Comfort

 Too Hot, Too Cold: Diagnosing Occupant Complaints.
Glenn Friedman. P. S157. Jan.

 A Better Way to Predict Comfort.
Bjarne W. Olesen, Gail S. Brager. P. 20. Aug.

Compressors

 Modulating Compressors for Residential Cooling.
Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 56. Oct.

Construction

 The State of the U.S. Economy.
Randy Giggard. P. 37. Jan.

Controls

 Sizing VAV Boxes.
Steven T. Taylor, Jeff Stein. P. 30. March.

 Successful DDC System Retrofits.
Mark Hydeman. P. S4. June.

 Optimizing Chillers and Towers.
Hugh Crowther, James Furlong. P. 34. July.

 Will HVAC Controls Go Wireless?
Jeff Willis. P. 46. July.

 Strategies for Using BACnet®/IP.
Christopher A. Hollinger. P. S10. Oct.

 Web Services & BACnet® .
Steve Tom. P. S14. Oct.

 BACnet® for Video Surveillance.
Zhou Ning, Zhou Man-li, Xu Yi-Ping. P. S18. Oct.

 BACnet® Is Tie that Binds Tucson.
Nancy L. Robbers, Vern Baker. P. S26. Oct.

 BACnet® Is Lifeline for Trauma Center.
Randy Amborn, Carrie Eppelheimer. P. S30. Oct.

 First 'Open Systems' Chip.
Bob Ofenstein. P. S32. Oct.

 Reading, Writing and BACnet®.
Jack McGowan. P. S35. Oct.

 XML and Building Automation.
Alex Chervet. P. 24. Dec.

Cooling Towers

 Optimizing Chillers and Towers.
Hugh Crowther, James Furlong. P. 34. July.

 What's Up With Cooling Towers.
Frank T. Morrison. P. 16. July.

Data Centers

 Back to the Future—Liquid Cooling: Data Center Considerations.
Don Beaty and Roger Schmidt. P. 42. Dec.

Dehumidifcation

 Dehumidification at Part Load.
Don Shirey III, Hugh I. Henderson Jr. P. 42. April.

Diffusers

 Best Practices for Selecting Diffusers.
Daniel Int-Hout III. P. S24. June.

 Protection Against Liability for Poor Diffuser Selection.
Daniel Int-Hout III. P. 42. Sept.

Energy Efficiency

 Energy-Efficient Motors & Drives.
John Malinowski. P. 30. Jan.

 Makeup Air Heat Recovery: Saving Energy in Labs.
Phillip Bartholomew. P. 35. Feb.

 New Approach to Energy Savings for Rooftop AC.
Detlef Westphalen. P. 38. March.

Environmental Tobacco Smoke

 Implications of ASHRAE's Guidance on Ventilation for Smoking-Permitted Areas.
Stanton A. Glantz, Suzaynn Schick. P. 54. March.

Fans

 Return Fans or Relief Fans: How to Choose?
John Kettler. P. 28. April.

 Dual Fan, Dual Duct Goes to School.
David Warden. May. P.18.

Heating

 Too Hot, Too Cold: Diagnosing Occupant Complaints.
Glenn Friedman. P. S157. Jan.

 Condensing Natural Gas Water Heaters.
Peter Pescatore, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 51. Feb.

 New Software for Calculating Seasonal Efficiency for Boilers.
David C. Bixby, Martha J. Hewett, Ron M. Nelson. P. 55. July.

 Heat Pumps for Cold Climates.
John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth and James Brodrick. P. 115. Dec.

Humidity

 Improving Latent Performance.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt W. Roth, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 73. Aug.

Hydronics

 Condensing Natural Gas Water Heaters.
Peter Pescatore, Kurt W. Roth, James
Brodrick
. P. 51. Feb.

Indoor Air Quality

 ASHRAE's New Residential Ventilation Standard.
Max Sherman
. P. S149. Jan.

 Local Capture of Contaminants.
Thomas Rueegg, Daniel Gubler, Patrik Sprecher, Alfred Moser, Robert Weber. P. 26. Jan.

 Implications of ASHRAE's Guidance on Ventilation for Smoking-Permitted Areas.
Stanton A. Glantz, Suzaynn Schick. P. 54. March.

 Antifungal Treatments and Their Effect on Fibrous Glass Liner.
Chin S. Yang and Paul J. Ellringer. P. 35. April.

 Assessing Risk of Legionella.
Andrew J. Cooper, Howard R. Barnes, Eric R. Myers. P. 22. April.

 Duct Cleaning: Do Homes Need It?
Donald W. Fugler. P. 28. June.

 Addendum 62n: Single-Zone and Dedicated-OA Systems.
Dennis Stanke. P. 12. Oct.

 CO2-Based Demand Control Ventilation: Do Risks Outweigh Potential Rewards?
David S. Dougan, Len Damiano. P. 47. Oct.

 Supply Air CO2 Control of Minimum Outdoor Air for Multiple Space Systems.
David Warden.P. 26. Oct.

 Ventilation for Changeover-Bypass VAV
Systems
.
Dennis Stanke
. P. 22. Nov.

Laboratories

 Makeup Air Heat Recovery: Saving Energy in Labs. Phillip Bartholomew. P. 35. Feb.

 HVAC Design in Animal Facilities.
Christopher K. Wilkins, Brian A. Waters. P. 35. Sept.

Legal

 Federal Information Quality Act and Guideline.
Bruce E. Lundegren. P. 35. Jan.

 Managing Liability Due to Defective Products.
David M. Governo. P. 44. Feb.

 Discovering Major Bidding Errors.
Bonnieblue Valentin. P. 64. March.

 E-mailing Documents to be Signed, Sealed.
Duane A. Wolf. P. 50. April.

 Homeland Security & Infrastructure Information.
Dale Elizabeth Walker. P. 61. May.

 Hiring Employees with Non-Compete
Agreements
.
Ross D. Montgomery. P. 41. June.

 Recommending Health Benefits of Products and Services.
David M. Governo. P. 121. July.

Legal (cont.)

 Be Careful What You Agree to Do.
Kenneth M. Elovitz. P. 64. Aug.

 Protection Against Liability for Poor Diffuser Selection.
Daniel Int-Hout III. P. 42. Sept.

 Professional Liability Insurance.
Leon E. Shapiro. P. 59. Oct.

 Mold Litigation—Protecting Yourself Against Risk.
Christopher M. McDonald, Maralynne Flehner. P. 32. Nov.

 Doing Business with Homeland Security.
J. Michael Littlejohn. P. 112. Dec.

Legionella

 Assessing Risk of Legionella.
Andrew J. Cooper, Howard R. Barnes, Eric R. Myers. P. 22. April.

 Legionella in Residential Water Systems.
Janet E. Stout, Robert R. Muder. P. 52. May.

Moisture

 Antifungal Treatments and Their Effect on Fibrous Glass Liner.
Chin S. Yang, Paul J. Ellringer. P. 35. April.

Motors

 Energy-Efficient Motors & Drives.
John Malinowski. P. 30. Jan.

 Electronically Commutated Permanent Magnet Motors.
Kurt W. Roth, Allan Chertok, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 75. March.

Piping

 10 Tips for Refrigerant Piping.
Daniel R. Kuespert. P. 48. March.

Psychrometrics

 Psychrometric Chart Celebrates 100th Anniversary.
Donald P. Gatley. P. 16. Nov.

Refrigerants

 10 Tips for Refrigerant Piping.
Daniel R. Kuespert. P. 48. March.

 Merchant CO2 Systems.
George C. Briley. P. 117. July.

 R-22 Replacement Status.
James M. Calm, Piotr Domanski. P. 29. Aug.

Refrigeration

 Maintaining Industrial Refrigeration Systems,
Part 1
.
George C. Briley. P. 39. Jan.

 Maintaining Industrial Refrigeration Systems,
Part 2
.
George C. Briley. P. 48. Feb.

 Cooling for Dams.
George C. Briley. P. 66. March.

 Vacuum Cooling of Vegetables and Flowers.
George C. Briley. P. 52. April.

 The Art of Freeze Drying.
George C. Briley. P. 64. May.

 Secondary Coolants, Part 1.
George C. Briley. P. 36. June.

 Merchant CO2 Systems.
George C. Briley. P. 117. July.

 Selecting Lubricant for the Ammonia Refrigeration System.
George C. Briley. P. 66. Aug.

 Liquid Recirculation Systems: Ammonia Refrigeration.
George C. Briley. P. 48. Sept.

 A History of Refrigeration.
George C. Briley. P. S31. Nov.

 Electric Refrigerators Vital Contribution to Households.
Bernard Nagengast. P. S11. Nov.

 Evolution of Ice Rinks.
Ted Martin. P. S24. Nov.

 Frozen Foods: The Formative Years.
Gordon Follette. P. S35. Nov.

 Secondary Coolants, Part 2.
George C. Briley. P. 42. Nov.

 The People's Air Conditioner: Henry Galson 1900–1963.
Edgar Galson. P. S20. Nov.

 The Roles of Today's Refrigeration Applications.
R.H. (Ron) Strong. P. S46. Nov.

 Thoughtful Reflections of an Ice Man.
Al Smith. P. S4. Nov.

Reheat

 Reheat: Which Concept is Best.
Michael F. Taras. P. 34. Dec.

Residential

 ASHRAE's New Residential Ventilation Standard. Max Sherman P. S149. Jan.

 Legionella in Residential Water Systems.
Janet E. Stout, Robert R. Muder. P. 52. May.

 Duct Cleaning: Do Homes Need It?
Donald W. Fugler. P. 28. June.

 Understanding Vapor Barriers.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 40. Aug.

 Modulating Compressors for Residential Cooling.
Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 56. Oct.

Retrofits

 7 Methods for Improving Performance of Existing Chiller Plants.
Andrew K. Burkhart. P. S12. June.

 Best Practices for Selecting Diffusers.
Daniel Int-Hout III. P. S24. June.

 Preserving Legacy Buildings.
Marion F. Mecklenburg, Charles S. Tumosa, Alan Pride. P. S18. June.

 Successful DDC System Retrofits.
Mark Hydeman. P. S4. June.

Schools

 Overcoming Low Delta T, Negative Delta P at Large University Campus.
Lucas B. Hyman, Don Little. P. 28. Feb.

 Acoustical Case Studies of HVAC Systems in Schools.
Gary W. Siebein, Robert M. Lilkendey. P. 35. May.

 Air-Cooled HVAC Retrofit: Safe Bet for Vegas Schools.
Ronald H. Howell, Donald, W. Land, Elton Dale Scheideman. P. 28. May.

 Underfloor for High-Tech Campus.
David Inghram. P. 48. May.

 Low Maintenance, Sustainable Solutions for Chicago Schools.
Erik L. Olsen. Sept. P. S12.

Sensors

 MEMS Sensors for HVAC: Small, Fast, Cheap.
David Yashar, Piotr A. Domanski. P. 69. May.

Small Buildings

 ASHRAE's New Residential Ventilation Standard.
Max Sherman P. S149. Jan.

 New Approach to Energy Savings for Rooftop AC.
Detlef Westphalen. P. 38. March.

 Dehumidification at Part Load.
Don Shirey III, Hugh I. Henderson Jr. P. 42. April.

 Dual Fan, Dual Duct Goes to School.
David Warden. P.18. May.

 Legionella in Residential Water Systems.
Janet E. Stout, Robert R. Muder. P. 52. May.

 Duct Cleaning: Do Homes Need It?
Donald W. Fugler. P. 28. June.

 Preserving Legacy Buildings.
Marion F. Mecklenburg, Charles S. Tumosa, Alan Pride. P. S18. June.

 A Better Way to Predict Comfort.
Bjarne W. Olesen, Gail S. Brager. P. 20. Aug.

 Understanding Vapor Barriers.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 40. Aug.

 High-Performance Buildings: Lessons Learned.
Paul A. Torcellini, Ron Judkoff, Drury B. Crawley. P. S4. Sept.

 HVAC Design in Animal Facilities.
Christopher K. Wilkins, Brian A. Waters. P. 35. Sept.

 Integrated Design for Sustainable Buildings.
Malcolm Lewis. P. S22. Sept.

 Integrated Designs and HVAC Equipment Sizing.
Giuliano Todesco. P. S42. Sept.

 Low Maintenance, Sustainable Solutions for Chicago Schools.
Erik L. Olsen. P. S12. Sept.

 Best Practices for Underfloor Air Systems.
Mike Filler. P. 39. Oct.

 Modulating Compressors for Residential Cooling.
Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick
. P. 56. Oct.

Smoke

 Atria Smoke Exhaust: 3 Approaches to Replacement Air Delivery.
Stephen W. Duda. P. 21. June.

 Smoke Control in Malls with Atria and Restaurants.
John Clark. P. 18. Dec.

Sustainability

 Driving Absorption Chillers Using Heat Recovery. William Ryan. P. S31. Sept.

 Energy and Money Savings Without Increasing Time, Costs.
Sheila Hayter. P. S48. Sept.

 Green Equals Value.
David Gottfried. P. S52. Sept.

 High-Performance Buildings: Lessons
Learned
.
Paul A. Torcellini, Ron Judkoff, Drury B. Crawley. P. S4. Sept.

 HVAC Terms in LEED®.
Mike Bilderbeck. P. 55. Sept.

 Integrated Design for Sustainable Buildings.
Malcolm Lewis
. P. S22. Sept.

 Integrated Designs and HVAC Equipment Sizing. Giuliano Todesco. P. S42. Sept.

 Low Maintenance, Sustainable Solutions for Chicago Schools.
Erik L. Olsen. P. S12. Sept.

 Thermal Energy Storage in Sustainable Buildings.
Mark MacCracken
. P. S39. Sept.

 Why the Interest: 'ASHRAE's Role in Green.'
David Grumman. P. S18. Sept.

 Seattle's Policy 'Lead by Example.'
Lynne Barker. P. 72. Oct.

 Demand-Controlled Ventilation for Sustainability.
Tom Lawrence. P. 117. Dec.

Technology Awards

 Underfloor for High-Tech Campus.
David Inghram. P. 48. May.

Thermal Energy Storage

 Thermal Energy Storage in Sustainable Buildings.
Mark MacCracken. P. S39. Sept.

Underfloor Air Distribution

 Underfloor for High-Tech Campus.
David Inghram. P. 48. May.

 Best Practices for Underfloor Air Systems.
Mike Filler. P. 39. Oct.

Vapor Barriers

 Understanding Vapor Barriers.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 40. Aug.

Variable Air Volume

 Sizing VAV Boxes.
Steven T. Taylor, Jeff Stein. P. 30. March.

 Ventilation for Changeover-Bypass VAV Systems.
Dennis Stanke. P. 22. Nov.

Ventilation

 Local Capture of Contaminants.
Thomas Rueegg, Daniel Gubler, Patrik Sprecher, Alfred Moser, Robert Weber. P. 26. Jan.

 How to Properly Size Unitary Equipment.
Glenn C. Hourahan. P. 15. Feb.

 Makeup Air Heat Recovery: Saving Energy in Labs.
Phillip Bartholomew. P. 35. Feb.

 Implications of ASHRAE's Guidance on Ventilation for Smoking-Permitted Areas.
Stanton A. Glantz, Suzaynn Schick. P. 54. March.

 New Approach to Energy Savings for Rooftop AC.
Detlef Westphalen. P. 38. March.

 Sizing VAV Boxes.
Steven T. Taylor, Jeff Stein. P. 30. March.

 Dehumidification at Part Load.
Don Shirey III, Hugh I. Henderson Jr. P. 42. April.

 Liquid Desiccant Air Conditioners.
John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 58. April.

 Acoustical Case Studies of HVAC Systems in Schools.
Gary W. Siebein, Robert M. Lilkendey. P. 35. May.

 Air-Cooled HVAC Retrofit: Safe Bet for Vegas Schools.
Ronald H. Howell, Donald, W. Land, Elton Dale Scheideman. P. 28. May.

 Dual Fan, Dual Duct Goes to School.
David Warden. P.18. May.

 Underfloor for High-Tech Campus.
David Inghram. P. 48. May.

 Atria Smoke Exhaust: 3 Approaches to Replacement Air Delivery.
Stephen W. Duda. P. 21. June.

 Duct Cleaning: Do Homes Need It?
Donald W. Fugler. P. 28. June.

 Building Ventilation and Pressurization as a Security Tool.
Andy Persily. Page 18. Sept.

 Diffuser Selection.
Daniel Int-Hout. P. 42. Sept.

 Displacement Ventilation.
Sephir D. Hamilton, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 56. Sept.

 High-Performance Buildings: Lessons Learned.
Paul A. Torcellini, Ron Judkoff, Drury B. Crawley. P. S4. Sept.

 HVAC Design in Animal Facilities.
Christopher K. Wilkins, Brian A. Waters. P. 35. Sept.

 Addendum 62n: Single-Zone and Dedicated-OA Systems.
Dennis Stanke. P. 12. Oct.

 Best Practices for Underfloor Air Systems.
Mike Filler. P. 39. Oct.

 CO2 Air-Conditioning Cycles.
Detlef Westphalen, John Dieckmann. P. 54. Nov.

 CO2-Based Demand Control Ventilation: Do Risks Outweigh Potential Rewards?
David S. Dougan, Len Damiano. P. 47. Oct.

 Supply Air CO2 Control of Minimum Outdoor Air for Multiple Space Systems.
David Warden. P. 26. Oct.

 Ventilation for Changeover-Bypass VAV
Systems
.
Dennis Stanke. P. 22. Nov.