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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2008

Acoustics

 Acoustic Design in Green Buildings.
Chris Field. P. 60. Sept.

Air Conditioning

 Air Conditioning Remote Telecom Enclosures.
Abdel-Kader Darwiche, Samivullah Shaik. P. 42. March.

 Designing VRF Systems.
Ramez Afify. P. 52. June.

 Problems Related to Air Handler Leakage.
James B. Cummings, Charles Withers Jr. P. 36. Jan.

BACnet®

 Analyzing BACnet®.
Steve Karg. P. B24. Nov.

 BACnet® at the University of Minnesota: Flexibility, Interoperability.
Terry W. Hoffmann. P. B42. Nov.

 BACnet® at Xerox Campus.
Nancy L. Robbers. P. B30. Nov.

 BACnet® for Net Zero.
Robert Rodenhiser. P. B20. Nov.

 BACnet® for Green Library.
Donald J. McLauchlan, Brian Dutt. P. B37. Nov.

 BACnet® for Utilities And Metering.
David G. Holmberg, Steven T. Bushby, James F. Butler. P. 22. April.

 BACnet® Goes Green.
Steve Tom. P. B4. Nov.

 BACnet® in Europe.
Bill Swan. P. B34. Nov.

 BACnet® on Campus.
J. Michael Whitcomb. P. B14. Nov.

 BACnet® Unplugged: ZigBee® and BACnet Connect.
Jerald P. Martocci. P. 42. June.

 Seeing the Light with BACnet®.
David Fisher. P. B10. Nov.

Boilers

 Understanding Fuel Savings in the Boiler Room.
David Eoff. P. 38. Dec.

Building Controls

 Managing Energy and Comfort.
Steve Tom. P. 18. June.

Building Envelope

 Preventing Defect Claims in Hot, Humid Climates.
K.R. Grosskopf, P. Oppenheim, T. Brennan. P. 40. July.

Building Information Modeling

 Building Information Modeling: Gaining Momentum.
Gordon V.R. Holness. P. 28. June.

 Engineering-Centric BIM.
Chris Wilkins, Arto Kiviniemi. P. 48. Dec.

 Teams, Contracts, & BIM.
M. Dennis Knight. P. 72. Sept.

Building Sciences

 Building Sciences: Blame It on 'Star Trek': Solving IAQ Problems.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 82. Oct.

 Building Sciences: Building America.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 60. Dec

 Building Sciences: Concrete Floor Problems.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 28. Jan.

 Building Sciences: Energy Flow Across Enclosures.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 60. Aug.

 Building Sciences: Energy Security and Saving the Planet.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 61. July.

 Building Sciences: How Not to Build Roofs.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 60. March.

 Building Sciences: New Light in Crawlspaces.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 66. May.

 Building Sciences: The Perfect Storm Over Stucco.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 38. Feb.

 Building Sciences: Some Old Lessons Distilled.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 82. Sept.

 Building Sciences: The Truth About Wine Cellars.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 56. June.

 Building Sciences: Why Green Can Be Wash.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 28. Nov.

 Building Sciences: Windows and Leakage: A Cup in the Rain.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 54. April.

Business and Management

 Business and Management: Battling Health-Care Costs.
Maryellin Treacy. P. 59. Feb.

 Business and Management: Minimizing Liability.
Kristin Ballobin, Julia Keen. P. 50. Jan.

Chilled Beams

 Design Considerations for Active Chilled Beams.
Darren Alexander, Mike O’Rourke. P. 50. Sept.

 Chilled Beams for Labs: Using Dual Energy Recovery.
Barry M. Barnet. P. 28. Dec.

Chillers

 Chiller Plant Optimization Tool.
Terrence Morris, Steve Blaine. P. 54. July.

 Monitoring Chiller Plant Performance.
Ben Erpelding. P. 48. April.

Cleanroom

 Conserving Fan Energy in Cleanrooms.
Wei Sun. P. 36. July.

Commissioning

 Emerging Technologies: Ongoing Commissioning.
Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 66. March.

Cooling

 Radiant Floor Cooling Systems.
Bjarne Olesen. P. 16. Sept.

Data Centers

 Air Conditioning Remote Telecom Enclosures.
Abdel-Kader Darwiche, Samivullah Shaik. P. 42. March.

 Data Center Cooling: Using Wet-Bulb Economizers.
C. Mike Scofield, Thomas S. Weaver. P. 52. Aug.

 Energy-Efficient Data Centers: A Close-Coupled Row Solution.
John Bean, Kevin Dunlap. P. 34. Oct.

 Reducing Data Center Energy Consumption.
John Judge, Jack Pouchet, Anand Ekbote, Sachin Dixit. P. 14. Nov.

Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems

 DOAS & Humidity Control.
Michael D. Larrañaga, Mario G. Beruvides, H.W. Holder, Enusha Karunasena, David C. Straus. P. 34. May.

Emerging Technologies

 Emerging Technologies: Community-Scale Heating/Cooling/Power Systems.
Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 62. April.

 Emerging Technologies: Energy Harvesting For Wireless Sensors.
Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 84 May.

 Emerging Technologies: Home Energy Displays.
Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 136. July.

 Emerging Technologies: Lake-Source District Cooling Systems.
Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 55. Feb.

 Emerging Technologies: Liquid Desiccant Air Conditioners.
John Dieckmann, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 90. Oct.

 Emerging Technologies: Ongoing Commissioning.
Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 66. March.

 Emerging Technologies: Small Devices, Big Loads.
Kurt Roth, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 64. June.

 Emerging Technologies: Toplighting & Lighting Controls For Commercial Buildings.
Tyson Lawrence, Kurt Roth, Drury B. Crawley, James Brodrick. P. 92. Sept.

 Emerging Technologies: Using Stirling Engines For Residential CHP.
Kurt Roth, Jason Targoff, James Brodrick. P. 42. Nov.

 Emerging Technologies: Wireless for Controls: An Update.
Kurt Roth, Louis Quartararo, James Brodrick. P. 76. Aug.

Energy Management

 6 Steps to Successful Facility Energy Management.
Mike Moran, Marc Berman. P. 32. April.

 Community-Scale Heating/Cooling/Power Systems.
Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 62. April.

 Home Energy Displays.
Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 136. July.

 Managing Energy and Comfort.
Steve Tom.P. 18. June.

 Emerging Technologies: Wireless for Controls: An Update.
Kurt Roth, Louis Quartararo, James Brodrick. P. 76. Aug.

Fans

 Conserving Fan Energy in Cleanrooms.
Wei Sun. P. 36. July.

 Fan Vibration Specifications.
Michael DiGiovanni, Thomas R. Spearman. P. 14. Feb.

Geothermal

 Hybrid Geothermal for Hotel.
Albert R. Barfield. P. 48. June.

Health Care

 ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170-2008: Ventilation Standard for Health Care Facilities.
Paul Ninomura, Richard Hermans. P. 52. Oct.

 O&M Cost Management for Health-Care Facility.
Ron Saporta, Robyn Ellis, Michael Kwok. P. 34. March.

 Rehabilitating Health-Care Facility.
Laurier Nichols, Charles Julien. P. 28. March.

History

 Grosvenor Humidity Chart.
Donald P. Gatley. P. 60. Oct.

 Man Behind Principles of Refrigeration, The.
Stephen Gill. P. 33. Jan.

Indoor Air Quality

 Blame It on ‘Star Trek’: Solving IAQ Problems.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 82. Oct.

 Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation: Current Best Practices.
Stephen B. Martin Jr., Chuck Dunn, James D. Freihaut, William P. Bahnfleth, Josephine Lau, Ana Nedeljkovic-Davidovic. P. 28. Aug.

 Whole House Air Cleaners: Effect on HVAC System Performance.
Rakesh Goel. P. 51. March.

Laboratories

 ASHRAE’s Living Lab.
Ronald E. Jarnagin, Michael R. Brambley. P. 12. Oct.

 HVAC Design for Sustainable Lab.
Gregory R. Johnson. P. 24. Sept.

 Laboratory Performance: Metrics for Energy Efficiency.
Paul Mathew, Steve Greenberg, Dale Sartor, Peter Rumsey, John Weale. P. 40. April.

Lighting

 Seeing the Light With BACnet.
David Fisher. P. B10. Nov.

 Toplighting & Lighting Controls for Commercial Buildings.
Tyson Lawrence, Kurt Roth, Drury B. Crawley, James Brodrick. P. 92. Sept.

O&M

 Designing For Reliability: Identify Weak Spots by Asking ‘What Can Go Wrong?’
Steve Doty. P. 22. July.

 Maintain to Sustain—Delivering ASHRAE’s Sustainability Promise.
Bill Harrison. P. 20. Aug.

 O&M Cost Management for Health-Care Facility.
Ron Saporta, Robyn Ellis, Michael Kwok. P. 34. March.

Piping

 Sizing Pipe Using Life-Cycle Costs.
Steven T. Taylor, Molly McGuire. P. 24. Oct.

Refrigerants

 Ammonia’s Future.
Andy Pearson. P. 30. Feb.

Refrigeration

  Ammonia’s Future.
Andy Pearson. P. 30. Feb.

 Fundamentals of Safety Relief Systems.
Douglas T. Reindl, Todd B. Jekel. P. 22. Feb.

 Single- or Two-Stage Compression.
Todd B. Jekel, Douglas T. Reindl. P. 46. August.

Residential

 Home Energy Displays.
Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 136. July.

 New Light in Crawlspaces.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 66. May.

 Problems Related to Air Handler Leakage.
James B. Cummings, Charles Withers Jr. P. 36. Jan.

 Using Stirling Engines for Residential CHP.
Kurt Roth, Jason Targoff, James Brodrick. P. 42. Nov.

 Whole House Air Cleaners: Effect on HVAC System Performance.
Rakesh Goel. P. 51. March.

Schools

 13 Tips From ENERGY STAR® Schools: How Some Schools in Indiana Earn ENERGY STAR.
Bill Wiseheart, Thomas H. Durkin. P. 14. May.

 DOAS & Humidity Control.
Michael D. Larrañaga, Mario G. Beruvides, H.W. Holder, Enusha Karunasena, David C. Straus. P. 34. May.

 Energizing Education.
Craig Watts. P. 24. May.

 Underfloor for Schools.
James E. Megerson, Christopher R. Larson. P. 28. May.

Standard 90.1

 Demand or No Demand: Electrical Rates for Standard 90.1-2010.
Ronald E. Jarnagin, Merle McBride, Cedric Trueman, Richard J. Liesen. P. 14. April.

 Future of 90.1, The.
Mick Schwedler. P. 44. Oct.

Technology Awards

 Credit Union Goes Green.
Steven A. Jones, Justin Fortmeyer. P. 55. May.

 Hybrid Geothermal for Hotel.
Albert R. Barfield. P. 48. June.

 Integrated Design for Community Center.
Paul Anseeuw, Rick Grove, Tom Marseille. P. 30. July.

 Rehabilitating Health-Care Facility.
Laurier Nichols, Charles Julien. P. 28. March.

 Sustainable Nature Center.
David Kistler. P. 38. Nov.

Underfloor Air Distribution

 Underfloor for Schools.
James E. Megerson, Christopher R. Larson. P. 28. May.

Ventilation

 Improving Humidity Control With Energy Recovery Ventilation.
John Dieckmann. P. 38. Aug.

 Mixed Mode Ventilation: Finding the Right Mix.
Erin McConahey. P. 36. Sept.

Vibration

 Fan Vibration Specifications.
Michael DiGiovanni, Thomas R. Spearman. P. 14. Feb.

Wireless

 Emerging Technologies: Energy Harvesting For Wireless Sensors.
Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 84 May.

 Emerging Technologies: Wireless for Controls: An Update.
Kurt Roth, Louis Quartararo, James Brodrick. P. 76. Aug.