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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2009

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50th Anniversary Feature

  50th Anniversary Feature -- Low Pressure Steam Heating Systems: A Steam Systems Primer.
Roy C.E. Ahlgren. P. 54. Sept.

  Anniversary Feature: Air Handling Unit Design for Energy Conservation
Arthur E. Wheeler. P. 40. Feb 

 50th Anniversary Feature: Balancing Cost Factors and Advantages of an Air-Recovery System Against Conventional Air Conditioning.
John E. Haines. P. 52. Dec.

 Anniversary Feature: Central Chilled Water Distribution Systems Design.
Erwin G. Hansen. P. 33. April.

 Anniversary Feature: Domed Stadium Air-Conditioning Design.
I.A. Naman. P. 60. June

 50th Anniversary Feature: Energy Savings from Pump Impeller Trimming.
Gurvinder Singh, John W. Mitchell. P. 34. Nov.

 Anniversary Feature: Five Defrost Methods for Commercial Refrigeration.
Julius H. Rainwater. P. 38. Mar.
Anniversary Feature: Fundamentals of Linear Control Theory.
William P. Chapman. P. 58. Aug.

 50th Anniversary Feature: The Sistine Chapel — HVAC Design for Special Use Buildings.
Charles E. Bullock, Frank Philip, Walter Pennati. P. 42. Oct.

 Anniversary Feature: System Application and Design for School Air Conditioning.
Robert W. Flanagan. P. 56. May.

 Anniversary Feature: System Design for Compressor Reliability.
Milton W. Garland. P. 42. July.

BACnet®

  An Untangled Web: How BACnet® Is Connecting at ASHRAE%u2019s Headquarters.
Steve Tom. P. B14. Nov.

  BACnet® and the Smart Grid.
David G. Holmberg, Steven T. Bushby. P. B8. Nov.

 BACnet® & Trigeneration.
Tim Davis. P. B24. Nov.

 BACnet® Gets Smaller.
David Fisher. P. B28. Nov.

 Visualizing BACnet®.
Roland Laird. P. B19. Nov.

Building Envelope

 Controlling Air Leakage in Tall Buildings.
Colin Genge. P. 50. April.

  Ventilating Façades.
Ray Sinclair, Duncan Phillips, Vadim Mezhibovski. P. 16. April.

Building Sciences

 Building Sciences: 5 Fundamental Changes in the Last 50 Years.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 52. July.

 Building Sciences: Advanced Framing.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 46. Nov.

 Building Sciences: Arrhenius and the Mayor.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 74. May.

 Building Sciences: Building in Extreme Cold.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 56. Feb.

 Building Sciences: Complex 3-D Airflow Networks.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 64. Aug.

 Building Sciences: The Evolution of Walls.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 81. June.

  Building Sciences: Extreme Heat: Tale of Two Cities.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 75. Mar.
 

 Building Sciences: High-Rise Igloos.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 62. April.

 Building Sciences: Mold in Alligator Alley.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 72. Sept.

 Building Sciences: Taming the Terminology.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 65. Oct.

Chilled Beams

 Cooling with Less Air – Using Underfloor Air Distribution and Chilled Beams.
Steve Weidner, Jerome Doerger, Michael Walsh. P. 34. Dec.

 Designing Chilled Beams for Thermal Comfort.
Ken Loudermilk. P. 58. Oct.

Chillers

 A Closer Look at Chiller Ratings.
W. Ryan Geister, Mike Thompson. P. 22. Dec.

 Cooling Concrete: Containerized Water Chilling Plant.
Ambrish Bajpai. P. 42. Dec.

 Total Cost of Ownership for Air-Cooled and Water-Cooled Chiller Systems.
Ramez Naguib. P. 42. April.

 Upgrading Chilled-Water Systems.
Mick Schwedler, Beth Bakkum. p. 16. Nov.

 Using Direct Evaporative and Chilled Water Cooling.
Rick Phillips. P. 16. July.

Commissioning

 Retuning Commercial Buildings: A Low-Cost Way to Improve Energy Performance.
Srinivas Katipamula. P. 12. Oct.

Controls

 Tuning Control Loops: Nonlinearities and Anomalies.
Alan Watton Jr., Russell K. Marcks. P. 46. June.

Data Centers

 Load Strategies for Telecom Switching Centers.
David Quirk, Magnus K. Herrlin. P. 36. Jan.

 Rack Enclosures: A Crucial Link in Airflow Management in Data Centers.
Kishor Khankari. P. 48. Aug.

 Redundancy for Data Centers.
Zuhair Hasan. P. 52. Feb.

Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems

 30% Surplus OA: Does It Use More Energy?
Stanley A. Mumma. P. 24. June.

Duct

 Equal Friction Solution for Duct Sizing.
Fred W. Dougherty. P. 50. May.

 Using Excel for Duct Calculations: User Defined Functions.
Thomas G. Lester. P. 42. Aug.

Emerging Technologies

 Emerging Technologies: Air Purification to Reduce OA.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 68. April.

 Emerging Technologies: An Updated Look at DCV Approaches.
Kurtis McKenney, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 82. Oct.

 Emerging Technologies: Energy-Efficient Dehumidification.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 78. Aug.

 Emerging Technologies: Gas Tankless Water Heaters.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 117. Dec.

 Emerging Technologies: Going 'Back to the Future' of Evaporative Cooling.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 87. May.

 Emerging Technologies: Heat Pumps for Cold Climates.
Kurt Roth, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 69. Feb.

 Emerging Technologies: Mechanical Subcooling: What's Easiest is Not Always Best.
John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 84. Sept.

 Emerging Technologies: Radiant Floor Cooling in Practice.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 70. Nov.

 Emerging Technologies: Residential Energy Monitoring.
Matthew Wiggins, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 88. June.

 Emerging Technologies: Technologies for Smart Windows.
Stephen E. Rudolph, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 104. July.

 Emerging Technologies: Using Off-Peak Precooling.
Kurt Roth, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 80. Mar.

Energy Efficiency and Management

 ASHRAE Building EQ Program Will Help Owners, Operators Assess Buildings, and Guide Good Decisions.
Ronald E. Jarnagin, Ryan M. Colker, Dan Nall, and Hywel Davies. P. 18. Dec.

 Technical Topics: Big Fans, Big Pumps Equal Big Energy.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 81. Oct.

 Building Height and Net Zero; How High Can You Go?
Duncan Phillips, Meiring Beyers, Joel Good. P. 26. Sept.

 Energy Audits in Large Commercial Office Buildings.
Ian Shapiro. P. 18. Jan.

 Getting to Net Zero.
Drury Crawley, Shanti Pless, Paul Torcellini. P. 18. Sept.

 Using Time-of-Day Scheduling to Save Energy.
John Murphy, Neil Maldeis. P. 42. May.

Fans

 Moving Air for Comfort.
Edward Arens, Stephen Turner, Hui Zhang, Gwelen Paliaga. P. 18. May.

Geothermal

 Geothermal for Grain Research Center.
Stephane Sirard, Chantale Bourdages. P. 52. Aug.

 Groundwater Issues: Commercial Open Loop Heat Pump Systems.
Kevin D. Rafferty. P. 52. Mar.

  Technical Topics: GSHPs: Simple Is Better.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 65. Nov.

  Simplified GCHP System: One-Pipe Geothermal Design.
Kirk Mescher. P. 24. Oct.

Health Care

 Air Motion Control in the Hospital Operating Room.
Gerald Cook, Dan Int-Hout. P. 30. Mar.

 Health Issues: HVAC & Infectious Diseases.
Marlene Linders. P. 54. June.

Heat Pump

 Groundwater Issues: Commercial Open Loop Heat Pump Systems.
Kevin D. Rafferty. P. 52. Mar.

 Water-to-Water Heat Pumps.
Roy Hubbard. P. 28. Jan.

IAQ and IEQ

 Energy Issues: Climate Change and IEQ.
William Fisk. P. 22. June.

 Used Filters and Indoor Air Quality.
Gabriel Bekö. P. 64. Mar.

Kitchens

 Solving Kitchen Ventilation Problems.
John A. Clark. P. 20. July.

Laboratories

 Lab for Learning.
Eric Kirkland, Robert Sty. P. 38. Sept.

 Research Topics: Using N2O as Tracer Gas.
Martin Burke, Larry Wong, Gerhard Knutson. P. 74. Nov.

Letters

 January 2009 Letters 

 February 2009 Letters

 March 2009 Letters

 April 2009 Letters

 May 2009 Letters

 June 2009 Letters

 July 2009 Letters

 August 2009 Letters

 September 2009 Letters

 October 2009 Letters

 November 2009 Letters

 December 2009 Letters

Net Zero Energy

 Building Height and Net Zero; How High Can You Go?
Duncan Phillips, Meiring Beyers, Joel Good. P. 26. Sept.

 Getting to Net Zero.
Drury Crawley, Shanti Pless, Paul Torcellini. P. 18. Sept.

Piping

 Dissimilar Metals in Heating and AC Piping Systems.
Walter J. Sperko. P. 28. April.

Refrigerants

 HFOs: New, Low Global Warming Potential Refrigerants.
J. Steven Brown. P. 22. Aug.

Refrigeration

 Carbon Dioxide in North American Supermarkets.
David Hinde, Shitong Zha, Lin Lan. P. 18. Feb.

 Defrosting Industrial Refrigeration Evaporators.
Douglas T. Reindl, Todd B. Jekel. P. 30. Aug.

 Electronic Expansion Valves Versus Thermal Expansion Valves
Renato Lazzarin, Daniele Nardotto, Marco Noro. P. 34. Feb.

 Frost on Air-Cooling Evaporators.
Douglas T. Reindl, Todd B. Jekel. P. 27. Feb.

 Improving Efficiency in Ice Hockey Arenas.
Laurier Nichols. P. 16. June.

Schools

 Lessons Learned in Portable Classrooms.
Stephanie Thomas-Rees, Danny Parker, John Sherwin. P. 30. May.

 Anniversary Feature: System Application and Design for School Air Conditioning.
Robert W. Flanagan. P. 56. May.

Solar

 Solar Hot-Water Heating System: Lessons Learned
Gaylen Atkinson, Tom Colvin. P. 44. Sept.

Technical Topics

 Technical Topics: Big Fans, Big Pumps Equal Big Energy.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 81. Oct.

 Technical Topics: GSHPs: Simple Is Better.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 65. Nov.

 Technical Topics: Old Dehumidification Technology: Liquid Subcooling/Air Reheating.
Donald P. Gatley, Jason LeRoy. P. 62. Dec.

Technology Awards

 2009 ASHRAE Technology Awards: Geothermal for Community Center.
Laurier Nichols, Pierre-Alain Giroud, Charles Julien. P. 48. Dec.

 Geothermal for Grain Research Center.
Stephane Sirard, Chantale Bourdages. P. 52. Aug.

 Heat Recovery for Office Tower.
Kenneth Sonmor, Antonino Lagana. P. 22. Mar.

 Lab for Learning.
Eric Kirkland, Robert Sty. P. 38. Sept.

Underfloor Air Distribution

 Cooling with Less Air – Using Underfloor Air Distribution and Chilled Beams.
Steve Weidner, Jerome Doerger, Michael Walsh. P. 34. Dec.

 Integrated Design and UFAD.
Eduard Cubi Montanya, David Keith, Jim Love. P. 30. July.

 UFAD Commissioning for Air Force Base.
Ross D. Montgomery. P. 38. June.

Valves

 Case Against Balancing Valves.
Gil Avery, James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 26. July.

Ventilation

 Moving Air for Comfort.
Edward Arens, Stephen Turner, Hui Zhang, Gwelen Paliaga. P. 18. May.

 Solving Kitchen Ventilation Problems.
John A. Clark. P. 20. July.

 Ventilating Façades.
Ray Sinclair, Duncan Phillips, Vadim Mezhibovski. P. 16. April.