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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2005

Air Conditioning

 Measuring System Efficiencies of Liquid Chiller and Direct Expansion.
G.N. Dunn, I.P. Knight, E.R. Hitchin. P. 26. Feb.

 Comparing Data Center and Computer Thermal Design.
Michael K. Patterson, Robin Steinbrecher, Steve Montgomery. P. 38. April.

 Datacom Airflow Patterns.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 50. April.

 Meeting Data Center Temperature Requirements.
Roger Schmidt, Madhusudan Iyengar, Richard Chu. P. 44. April.

 Network Power Density Challenges.
Alex Vukovic. P. 55. April.

 Packaged Rooftop Units: Automated Fault Detection and Diagnostics.
Michael Y. Feng, Kurt W. Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 68. April.

 Staying On-line: Data Center Commissioning.
Mark Hydeman, Reinhard Seidl, Charles Shalley. P. 60. April.

 Efficient Cooling for California Campus.
Tony Costa. P. 69. May.

 Building Performance With District Cooling.
Eric M. Moe. P. 46. July.

 Is Economizer Cycle Justified for AC Applications.
Michael F. Taras. P. 38. July.


Air-Handling Units

 Fault Detection and Diagnostics for AHUs and VAV Boxes.
Jeffrey Schein, Steven T. Bushby. P. 58. July.

 Performance-Based Specifications for AHUs.
Roger Howard. P. 44. Oct.


BACnet®

 A Simple Way to Specify BACnet®.
Steve Tom. P. B27. Nov.

 BACnet® for Research Space.
Terry W. Hoffmann. P. B20. Nov.

 BACnet® Helps City Save Money.
Nancy L. Robbers. P. B32. Nov.

 BACnet® Meets Hospital Needs.
Jon Williamson. P. B12. Nov.

 Busting BACnet® Myths.
Russ Carfagno. P. B36. Nov.

 Clearing the Air With BACnet®.
Randy Amborn, Andrew Wilcox. P. B10. Nov.

 Context Tagging Within BACnet® 
Duffy O'Craven. P. B8. Nov.

 Learning Lessons With BACnet® 
Jack McGowan. P. B42. Nov.

 Secure Messaging in BACnet® 
David G. Holmberg. P. B23. Nov.

 Smart Bidding for BACnet® Systems.
Grant Wichenko. P. B16. Nov.


Building Envelope

 Commissioning the Air Barrier System.
Wagdy Anis. P. 35. March.

 Understanding Air Barriers.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 24. July.

 Who's Responsible for the Building Enclosure.
Wagdy Anis. P. 147. July.

 Setting Airtightness Standards.
Henri C. Fennell, Jonathan Haehnel. P. 26. Sept.

 Rebuilding After Katrina.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 12. Nov.


Building Security

 Filtration and Building Security.
H.E. (Barney) Burroughs. P. 24. April.


Business and Management

 Ownership and Management Transition.
Paul J. Halyard Jr. and Lowell V. Getz. P. 39. Jan.

 Dealing with 'Cash Flow Blues'.
Leon E. Shapiro. P. 96. March.

 Expert Witness Fees.
Lawrence Spielvogel. P. 66. April.

 Outsourcing AEC Services.
Mark J. Grady. P. 65. June.

 Business and Management: Who's Responsible for the Building Enclosure.
Wagdy Anis. P. 147. July.

 Business and Management: Account-Based Health Care: The New Cure.
David Foster. P. 60. Aug.

 Legal Ramifications Of Unethical Engineering.
Christopher M. McDonald, Laura B. Lawson. P. 41. Sept.

 Becoming an Employer of Choice.
Marilyn Mackes. P. 59. Nov.

 Green Design Can Cause Red Ink.
Frank Musica. P. 116. Dec.


Chillers

 Vertically Integrated Systems in Stand-Alone Multistory Buildings.
Robert Bean, Tim Doran, Bjarne Olesen, Peter Simmonds. P. 48. June.

 Chillers + Lighting + TES: Why CFC Chiller Replacement Can Be Energy-Savings Windfall.
Giuliano Todesco. P. 18. Oct.

 Evolving Design of Chiller Plants.
Thomas H. Durkin. P. 40. Nov.

 Brief History of Centrifugal Chillers.
Mark Huston. P. 20. Dec.

 Heat Recovery, Energy Savings For Semiconductor Plant.
Igor Dubov. P. 56. Dec.


CHP

 2005 ASHRAE Technology Awards: Combined Heat & Power for Wallboard Manufacturer.
Jeffery D. Celuch. P. 48. Aug.

 Using CHP Systems In Commercial Buildings.
Robert Zogg, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 33. Sept.


Commissioning

 Commissioning the Air Barrier System.
Wagdy Anis. P. 35. March.

 Operations and Maintenance: Retrocommissioning.
Stephen R. Wiggins. P. 76. March.

 Staying On-Line: Data Center Commissioning.
Mark Hydeman, Reinhard Seidl, Charles Shalley. P. 60. April.

 Commissioning Sustainable Buildings.
Paul C. Tseng. P. S20. Sept.


Cooling Towers

 Maintaining Cooling Towers: Because Temperature Matters
Glenn A. Babcock. P. 46. March.


Dampers

 Emerging Technologies: Damper Diagnostics.
Michael Y. Feng, Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 58. June.


Data Centers

 Data Centers: Comparing Data Center and Computer Thermal Design.
Michael K. Patterson, Robin Steinbrecher, Steve Montgomery. P. 38. April.

 Data Centers: Datacom Airflow Patterns.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 50. April.

 Meeting Data Center Temperature Requirements.
Roger Schmidt, Madhusudan Iyengar, Richard Chu. P. 44. April.

 Data Centers: Network Power Density Challenges.
Alex Vukovic. P. 55. April.

 Staying On-Line: Data Center Commissioning.
Mark Hydeman, Reinhard Seidl, Charles Shalley. P. 60. April.

 Roadmap for Datacom Cooling.
Christian L. Belady, Don Beaty. P. 52. Dec.


Dedicated Heat Recovery Chillers

 Reverse Heating & Cooling Systems.
Damon G. Greeley, Mark Platt. P. 28. Oct.


Duct

 Small Building Applications: Duct Tape and Sealant Performance.
Iain Walker, Max Sherman. P. 34. Feb.

 ASHRAE Standard 152 & Duct Leaks in Houses.
Mark Modera. P. 28. March.

 HVAC Retrofit: Fixing Duct Leaks In Commercial Buildings.
Mark Modera. P. 22. June.

 Duct Leakage Fault Detection.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 56. Aug.


Economics

 Moving Beyond Simple Payback: Addressing Clients' Financial Needs.
Matthew E. Mullen. P. 14. June.

 Life-Cycle Costing of Air Filtration.
B. Dean Arnold, David M. Matela, Alan C. Veeck. P. 30. Nov.


Emerging Technologies

 Heat-Only, Heat-Activated Heat Pumps.
John Dieckmann, Bob Zogg, Detlef Westphalen, Kurt Roth and James Brodrick. P. 40. Jan.

 Emerging Technologies: Wireless Systems For Building Controls.
Louis Quartararo, Kurt W. Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 66. Feb.

 Emerging Technologies: Heat Pump Water Heaters.
Robert Zogg, John Dieckmann, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 98. March.

 Emerging Technologies: Packaged Rooftop Units: Automated Fault Detection and Diagnostics.
Michael Y. Feng, Kurt W. Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 68. April.

 Automated Whole Building Diagnostics.
Kurt W. Roth, Patricia Llana, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 82. May.

 Emerging Technologies: Damper Diagnostics.
Michael Y. Feng, Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 58. June.

 Combined Heat and Power for Residences.
Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 142. July.

 Duct Leakage Fault Detection.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 56. Aug.

 Using CHP Systems In Commercial Buildings.
Robert Zogg, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 33. Sept.

 Lighting and Standard 90.1.
Brian Liebel, James Brodrick. P. 61. Oct.

 Squeezing the Watts Out of Fluorescent Lighting.
Brian Leibel, James Brodrick. P. 52. Nov.

 Choosing the Right Light.
Brian Liebel, James Brodrick. P. 122. Dec.


Energy Recovery

 Using ERV to Improve Sensible Heat Ratio.
Stephen C. Turner. P. 80. March.


Exhaust

 Designing Exhaust Systems to Minimize Energy Costs.
John J. Carter, Ronald L. Petersen, Brad C. Cochran. P. 18. July.


Fans

 Fan Data: Is what you see what you get? 
Kim G. Osborn. P. 24. Nov.


Fault Detection

 Fault Detection and Diagnostics For AHUs and VAV Boxes.
Jeffrey Schein, Steven T. Bushby. P. 58. July.

 Duct Leakage Fault Detection.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 56. Aug.


Heating

 Heat-Only, Heat-Activated Heat Pumps.
John Dieckmann, Bob Zogg, Detlef Westphalen, Kurt Roth and James Brodrick. P. 40. Jan.

 Emerging Technologies: Heat Pump Water Heaters.
Robert Zogg, John Dieckmann, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 98. March.

 2005 ASHRAE Technology Awards: HVAC Retrofit: Heating Plant Retrofit For Canadian College.
Gilles Desmarais, Marie-Judith Jean-Louis. P. 42. June.

 Vertically Integrated Systems in Stand-Alone Multistory Buildings.
Robert Bean, Tim Doran, Bjarne Olesen, Peter Simmonds. P. 48. June.

 Combined Heat and Power for Residences.
Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 142. July.

 Using CHP Systems In Commercial Buildings.
Robert Zogg, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 33. Sept.

 Saving Heating Costs in Warehouses.
Richard Aynsley P. 46. Dec.


History

 Brief History of Centrifugal Chillers.
Mark Huston. P. 20. Dec.


Historic Sites

 Air Quality Monitoring At Historic Sites: Redefining an Environmental Classification System for Gaseous Pollution.
Evandro Sacchi, Chris Muller. P. 40. Aug.


Hydronics

 Selecting Valves For Variable Flow Hydronic Systems.
Gil Avery. P. 12. Sept.


Indoor Air Quality

 Assessing Mold in Buildings.
Harriet Burge. P. S158. Jan.

 Ventilation Design and Performance in U.S. Office Buildings.
Andrew Persily, Josh Forgain, Gregory Brunner. P. 30. April.

 Continuous IAQ Monitoring.
Robert Schulte, Barry Bridges, David Grimsrud. P. 38. May

 Lesson in Curing Mold Problems.
Hugh McMillan, Jim Block. P. 32. May.

 Air Quality Monitoring At Historic Sites: Redefining an Environmental Classification System for Gaseous Pollution.
Evandro Sacchi, Chris Muller. P. 40. Aug.

 Life-Cycle Costing of Air Filtration.
B. Dean Arnold, David M. Matela, Alan C. Veeck. P. 30. Nov.


Laboratories

 Energy-Efficient Laboratory Design.
Nicolas-Lemire, Roland Charneux. P. 58. May.


Legal

 Surety Bonds.
Judith H. B. Maxwell. P. 62. Feb

 Contracts and Condominium Conversion.
Michael M. Edwards. P. 74. April.

 How to Read a Patent.
Daniel Kramer. P. 90. May.

 Legal Ramifications of Unethical Engineering.
Christopher M. McDonald, Laura B. Lawson. P. 41. Sept.


Lighting

 Chillers + Lighting + TES: Why CFC Chiller Replacement Can Be Energy-Savings Windfall.
Giuliano Todesco. P. 18. Oct.

 Lighting and Standard 90.1.
Brian Liebel, James Brodrick. P. 61. Oct.

 Squeezing the Watts Out of Fluorescent Lighting.
Brian Leibel, James Brodrick. P. 52. Nov.

 Choosing the Right Light.
Brian Liebel, James Brodrick. P. 122. Dec.


O&M

 Maintaining Cooling Towers: Because Temperature Matters
Glenn A. Babcock. P. 46. March.

 Corporate Manslaughter: UK Debates Proposed Law.
Ewen Rose. P. 52. March.

 Improving System Performance Through Benchmarking.
Joseph J. Watson. P. 56. March.

 Operations and Maintenance: Retrocommissioning.
Stephen R. Wiggins. P. 76. March.

 Tapping into Remote Building Intelligence.
Todd Lash. P. 62. March.


Personal Safety

 Personal Protective Systems for First Responders.
Ralph F. Goldman. P. 50. Feb.


Piping

 Simplifying Contemporary HVAC Piping.
James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 16. Feb.

 Vertically Integrated Systems in Stand-Alone Multistory Buildings.
Robert Bean, Tim Doran, Bjarne Olesen, Peter Simmonds. P. 48. June.


Refrigerants

 Using CO2 in Supermarket Refrigeration.
Samer Sawalha. P. 26. Aug.


Refrigeration

 Case Credits and Return Air Paths for Supermarkets.
Ralph S. Pitzer, Mike Malone. P. 42. Feb.

 Electronic Expansion Valves.
Charles D. Dern. P. 88. March

 Controlling Contamination in the Cold Chain.
Simon Jol, Alex Kassanenko, Jan Oggel, Kaz Wszol. P. 32. Aug.

 Using CO2 in Supermarket Refrigeration.
Samer Sawalha. P. 26. Aug.

 Using Variable Speed Drives for Evaporative Condensers.
Douglas T. Reindl, Todd B. Jekel. P. 18. Aug.

 Solar Refirgeration.
Sanford A. Klein. Douglas T. Reindl. P. 26. Sept.


Residential

 Ultra-low Energy Residences.
Jeff Christian. P. 20. Jan

 Reducing House Energy Costs by 40%.
Don Fugler, Rob Dumont, Tom MacDermott. P. 32 June.

 Combined Heat and Power for Residences.
Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 142. July.

 Heating with Residential Heat Pumps.
Michael Lubliner, John Andrews, David Baylon. P. 36. Oct.

 Rebuilding After Katrina.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 12. Nov.


Retrofits

 HVAC Retrofit: Fixing Duct Leaks In Commercial Buildings.
Mark Modera. P. 22. June.

 Reducing House Energy Costs by 40%.
Don Fugler, Rob Dumont, Tom MacDermott. P. 32 June.

 2005 ASHRAE Technology Awards: HVAC Retrofit: Heating Plant Retrofit For Canadian College.
Gilles Desmarais, Marie-Judith Jean-Louis. P. 42. June.

 Underfloor Air System for Retrofit Office Complex.
Jeff Blaevoet. P. 54. July.

 Heating with Residential Heat Pumps.
Michael Lubliner, John Andrews, David Baylon. P. 36. Oct.


Schools

 Continuous IAQ Monitoring.
Robert Schulte, Barry Bridges, David Grimsrud. P. 38. May

 Efficient Cooling for California Campus.
Tony Costa. P. 69. May.

 Energy-Efficient Laboratory Design.
Nicolas-Lemire, Roland Charneux. P. 58. May.

 Lesson in Curing Mold Problems.
Hugh McMillan, Jim Block. P. 32. May.

 Performing Arts and Aquatic Centers.
Wyne Edward Kerbelis. P. 65. May

 Rethinking School Potable Water Heating Systems.
Carl C. Hiller. P. 48. May.

 2005 ASHRAE Technology Awards: HVAC Retrofit: Heating Plant Retrofit For Canadian College.
Gilles Desmarais, Marie-Judith Jean-Louis. P. 42. June.


Small Buildings

 Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Office Buildings: Saving 30% Over Standard 90.1-1999.
Donald G. Colliver, Ronald E. Jarnagin. P. 22. March


Standard 62.1

 Single-Path Multiple-Zone System Design.
Dennis Stanke. P. 28. Jan.

 Standard 62.1-2004: Designing Dual-Path Multiple-Zone Systems.
Dennis Stanke. P. 20. May.

 LEED® and Standard 62.1.
Steven T. Taylor. P. S4. Sept.


Standard 90.1

 Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Office Buildings: Saving 30% Over Standard 90.1-1999.
Donald G. Colliver, Ronald E. Jarnagin. P. 22. March

 Lighting and Standard 90.1.
Brian Liebel, James Brodrick. P. 61. Oct.


Sustainability

 Desktop Tools for Sustainable Design.
Krishnan Gowri. P. 42. Jan

 Creating Synergies for Sustainable Design.
Frederic Genest, Roland Charneux. P. 16. March.

 Using ERV to Improve Sensible Heat Ratio.
Stephen C. Turner. P. 80. March.

 Setting Fees for Profitable Green Projects.
Tim McGinn. P. 17. April.

 Condensate Water Recovery.
Karen Guz. P. 54. June.

 ASHRAE and Sustainability.
Terry E. Townsend. P. S18. Sept.

 Building Automation and LEED® Credits.
Ronald K. Hermann. P. S10. Sept.

 Commissioning Sustainable Buildings.
Paul C. Tseng. P. S20. Sept.

 Designing Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Systems.
David W. Bridger, Diana M. Allen. P. 32. Sept.

 Designing Cradle to Cradle.
Gregg Lewis. P.S39. Sept.

 LEED® and Standard 62.1.
Steven T. Taylor. P. S4. Sept.

 Overcoming Barriers to Efficiency.
Thomas M. Lawrence, Jeffrey D. Mullen, Douglas S. Noonan, Jay Enck. P. S40. Sept.

 Solar Refirgeration.
Sanford A. Klein. Douglas T. Reindl. P. 26. Sept.

 Sustainability Built into Big Rock Ranch.
Jeff Blaevoet. P. 37. Nov.

 Green Design Can Cause Red Ink.
Frank Musica. P. 116. Dec.


Stack Effect

 Multifamily Buildings: Controlling Stack-Effect-Driven Airflows.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 30. Dec.


Technology Awards

 Creating Synergies for Sustainable Design.
Frederic Genest, Roland Charneux. P. 16. March.

 Efficient Cooling for California Campus.
Tony Costa. P. 69. May.

 Energy-Efficient Laboratory Design.
Nicolas-Lemire, Roland Charneux. P. 58. May.

 Performing Arts and Aquatic Centers.
Wyne Edward Kerbelis. P. 65. May

 2005 ASHRAE Technology Awards: HVAC Retrofit: Heating Plant Retrofit For Canadian College.
Gilles Desmarais, Marie-Judith Jean-Louis. P. 42. June.

 HVAC Systems for Tunnel Booths.
Evans J. Lizardos. P. 38. June.

 Underfloor Air System for Retrofit Office Complex.
Jeff Blaevoet. P. 54. July.

 2005 ASHRAE Technology Awards: Combined Heat & Power for Wallboard Manufacturer.
Jeffery D. Celuch. P. 48. Aug.

 Flexibility, Efficiency in San Antonio Arena.
Jeffrey L. Ewens, Blake E. Ellis. P. 18. Sept.

 It's in the Details: Engineering for Low Cost and High Efficiency.
Jeff Stein, Steven T. Taylor. P. 50. Oct.

 Sustainability Built into Big Rock Ranch.
Jeff Blaevoet. P. 37. Nov.

 Providing Care for Medical Office Building.
Jeff Blaevoet. P. 40. Dec.


Thermal Energy Storage

 Designing Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Systems.
David W. Bridger, Diana M. Allen. P. 32. Sept.

 Chillers + Lighting + TES: Why CFC Chiller Replacement Can Be Energy-Savings Windfall.
Giuliano Todesco. P. 18. Oct.


Tunnels

 HVAC Systems for Tunnel Booths.
Evans J. Lizardos. P. 38. June.


Underfloor Air Distribution

 Underfloor Air System for Retrofit Office Complex.
Jeff Blaevoet. P. 54. July.


Wireless

 Wireless Mesh Networks Using HVAC Controllers.
Jeff Raimo. P. 32. July.

 Using Variable Speed Drives for Evaporative Condensers.
Douglas T. Reindl, Todd B. Jekel. P. 18. Aug.

 Lessons Learned in Wireless Monitoring.
William M. Healy. P. 54. Oct.