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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2010

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50th Anniversary Feature

 Back to Basics: Duct Design Fundamentals.
Patrick J. Brooks. P. 30. Jan.

 Improved Zoning Betters Department Store Air Conditioning.
A.I. McFarlan. P. 42. Feb.

Air Terminal Units

 Specifying Insulation for Air Terminal Units.
David A. John. P. 38. Sept.

BACnet®

 BACnet Goes Global.
Bill Swan. P. 22. Nov.

 BACnet for Visibility.
Terry Hoffmann. P. B30. Nov.

 BACnet to the Rescue.
Larry Bacher. P. B33. Nov.

 Broadcasting BACnet.
H. Michael Newman. P. B8. Nov.

 Improving BACnet MS/TP: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.
Steve Karg. P. B13. Nov.

 Point Naming Standards.
James F. Butler, Robert Veelenturf. P. B16. Nov.

 What Testing Reveals.
Duffy O'Craven. P. B25. Nov.

BIM

 Using BIM in HVAC Design.
Dennis Knight, Stephen Roth, Steven L. Rosen. P. 24. June.

Building Sciences

 Confusion About Diffusion.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P.56. Dec.

 Dam Ice Dam.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 49. June.

 Don't be Dense With Insulation.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 54. Aug.

 Double Rubble Toil & Trouble.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 54. April.

 Exterior Spray Foam.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 36. Nov.

 Learning from Mistakes.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 60. Feb.

 Mind the Gap, Eh?
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 57. Jan.

 Pressure Is On, The.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 78. Sept.

 Rubble Foundations.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 72. Mar.

 Thick as a Brick.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 50. May.

Chillers

 Save Chiller Plant Energy with Guideline 22-2008.
James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 56. Feb.

Cleanrooms

 Cleanroom Energy Efficiency.
Paul A. Mathew, William Tschudi, Dale Sartor, James Beasley. P. 24. Oct.

Commissioning

 Commissioning High Performance Buildings.
H. Jay Enck. P. 12. Jan.

 Design Review Process, The.
Bennett C. Carlin. P. 64. June.

 Hospital Retrocommissioning.
Tom Hanlon, Ed Tinsley, Tim Staley. P. 46. May.

 Optimizing Building Controls During Commissioning.
Michael A Hatton, Tim Sullivan, Larry Newlands. P. 22. Dec.

 Right Measures, The.
Joan Effinger, Hannah Friedman. P. 84. Oct.

 Technical RCx for Office.
Dave McFarlane. P. 124. Dec.

Condensate

 Capturing Condensate by Retrofitting AHUs.
Tom Lawrence, Jason Perry, Peter Dempsey. P. 48. Jan.

Data Centers

 Data Center Retrofit: Heat Containment and Airflow Management.
Mukesh K. Khattar. P.40. Dec.

 Humidity Controls for Data Centers.
Mark Hydeman, David E. Swenson. P. 48. Mar.

 Implications of Current Thermal Guidelines for Data Center Energy Use.
Mark Hydeman. P. 30. Aug.

Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems

 DOAS & Building Pressurization.
Stanley A. Mumma. P. 42. Aug.

 Selecting DOAS Equipment with Reserve Capacity.
John Murphy. P. 30. April.

Ducts

 Back to Basics: Duct Design Fundamentals.
Patrick J. Brooks. P. 30. Jan.

Emerging Technologies

 Building Energy Labels.
Alissa Cooperman, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 54. Nov.

 Personal Ventilation.
John Dieckmann, Alissa Cooperman, James Brodrick. P. 70. Oct.

 Residential DC Power Business.
Darrell J. King, James Brodrick. P. 73. Sept.

 Solid-State Lighting, Part 1.
Matthew Wiggins, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 64. Jan.

 Solid-State Lighting, Part 2.
Matthew Wiggins. Kurtis McKenney, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 78. Feb.

 Using Weather Data for Predictive Control. 
Alissa Cooperman, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 128. Dec.

 Variable Frequency Drives, Part 1: The Technology.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 60. April.

 Variable Frequency Drives, Part 2: VFDs for Blowers.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 58. May.

 Variable Frequency Drives, Part 3: VFDs for Large Chillers.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, Matthew Guernsey, James Brodrick. P. 58. June.

 Variable Frequency Drives, Part 4: VFDs for Chiller Auxiliaries.
John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 96. July.

 Variable Frequency Drives, Part 5: VFDs for Residential Systems.
John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 66. Aug.

 Warming Up to Pellet Stoves.
John Dieckmann, Kurtis McKenney, James Brodrick. P. 82. Mar.

Energy Efficiency and Management

 Energy Benchmarking.
Roger Chang. P. 74. Feb.

 Net Zero Acceptability.
Dan Int-Hout. P. 140. Dec.

Engineer's Notebook

 What's in Air We Breathe.
Max Sherman. P. 72. Nov

 Net Zero Acceptability.
Dan Int-Hout. P. 142. Dec.

Fans

 Selecting Efficient Fans.
John Murphy. P. 64. April.

Geothermal

 Determining Thermal Resistance: Ground Heat Exchangers.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 72. Aug.

 Sizing Calculation Spreadsheet: Vertical Geothermal Borefields.
Mikael Philippe, Michel Bernier, Dominique Marchio. P. 20. July.

Health Care

 Hospital Retrocommissioning.
Tom Hanlon, Ed Tinsley, Tim Staley. P. 46. May.

Heat Pumps

 Dual-Capacity Heat Pumps.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 66. April.

Humidity

 Economizer High Limit Controls and Why Enthalpy Economizers Don't Work.
Steven T. Taylor, C. Hwakong Cheng. P. 12. Nov.

 Humidity Controls for Data Centers.
Mark Hydeman, David E. Swenson. P. 48. Mar.

 Implications of Current Thermal Guidelines for Data Center Energy Use.
Mark Hydeman. P. 30. Aug.

 Using VAV to Limit Humidity at Part Load.
John Murphy. P. 18. Oct.

 

HVAC

 Advanced Financial Analysis for Purchasing Equipment.
Ramez Naguib. P. 18. June.

 HVAC for Prisons.
Scott McMillan. P. 30. July.

 Sustainability in Cold Climates.
Shahrokh Farzam, Giuliano Todesco. P. 20. Jan.

 Washcloth Drying Time: The Science of Evaporation is Key to Defense in Murder Trial.
Roy Otterbein. P. 22. April.

IAQ and IEQ

 Botanical Air Filtration.
Jensen Zhang, Zhiqiang Wang, Dacheng Ren. P. 136. Dec.

 Germs, Flying, and the Truth.
Douglas S. Walkinshaw. P. 70. April.

 IAQ & High Performance.
Andrew K. Persily, Steven J. Emmerich. P. 76. Oct.

 IAQ in Airtight Homes.
Francis (Bud) J. Offermann. P. 58. Nov.

 Using ASHRAE's New IAQ Guide.
Andrew Persily, Martha Hewett P. 75. May.

 What's in Air We Breathe.
Max Sherman. P. 72. Nov.

Laboratories

 Demand-Based Control of Lab Air Change Rates.
Gordon P. Sharp. P. 30. Feb.

 Fume Hood Retrofit.
Molly McGuire, Mark Hydeman. P. 56. Sept.

 Horticultural Lab.
Geneviève Lussier. P. 50. Sept.

 Stem Cell Lab.
Brett J. Kelley, Charles T. Meagher. P. 44. Sept.

Motors

 Wire-to-Shaft Efficiency: Variable Speed Electric Motors.
James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 100. July.

O&M

 O&M for Green Buildings: Are Operators Prepared? 
Richard Danks. P. 92. Sept.

Pumps

 Control Strategies for Variable Speed Pumps in Super High-Rise Building.
Shengwei Wang, Zhenjun Ma. P. 36. July.

Radiant Heating and Cooling

 History of Radiant Heating & Cooling Systems, Part 1. Robert Bean, Bjarne W. Olesen, Kwang Woo Kim. P. 40. Jan.

 History of Radiant Heating & Cooling Systems, Part 2. Robert Bean, Bjarne W. Olesen, Kwang Woo Kim. P. 50. Feb.

 Radiant Slab Cooling for Retail.
Ian Doebber, Mike Moore
. P. 28. Dec.

Refrigerants

 Propane Replacing R-22.
Karin Jahn. P. 74. April.

 Ultra-Low GWP Refrigerants: Global Regulations and Standards.
William Goetzler, Javier Burgos, Timothy Sutherland. P. 34. Oct.

Refrigeration

 Ammonia System Fix.
Cesar Luis DL Lim, Dominador DG Castro Jr. P. 84. May.

 Doored Display Cases: They Save Energy, Don't Lose Sales.
Brian A. Fricke, Bryan R. Becker. P. 18. Sept.

 Heat Recovery in Retail Refrigeration.
Richard Royal. P. 14. Feb.

 Refrigeration Air Cooler Rating Methods.
Bruce I. Nelson. P. 24. Aug.

 Using CO2 in Supermarkets.
Andy Pearson, Andy Campbell. P. 24. Feb.

Schools

 Energy-Saving Dorms.
Glenn Friedman. P. 20. May.

 Geothermal for School.
Robert N. Roop. P. 40. May.

 Learning by Doing.
Cole Roberts, Afaan Naqvi. P. 26. May.

 School and More.
Nicolas Lemire. P. 34. May.

Solar NZEB Project

 Modeling Zero Energy.
Ty Newell, Ben Newell. P. 65. Oct.

 Net Zero Energy Project.
Ty Newell, Ben Newell. P. 88. Sept.

 Walls & Roof.
Ty Newell, Ben Newell. P. 48. Nov.

 Windows & Overhangs.
Ty Newell, Ben Newell. P. 132. Dec.

Standard 62.1

 Dynamic Reset for Multiple-Zone Systems.
Dennis Stanke. P. 22. Mar.

Standard 90.1

 35 Years of Standard 90.1.
Bruce D. Hunn, David R. Conover, Ronald E. Jarnagin, Merle McBride, Mick Schwedler. P. 36. Mar.

 ASHRAE Takes on Energy Standard.
Roderick R. Kirkwood. P. 34. June.

Standard 189.1

 Addressing Unnecessary Water Waste in Buildings.
John Koeller, Katherine Hammack. P. S16. June.

 Choosing Materials Wisely.
John Cross, Martha G. VanGeem, Don Horn. P. S40. June.

 Energy Efficiency: Building on Standard 90.1.
Stephen D. Kennedy, Martha G. VanGeem, Tom Lawrence, Richard Lord. P. S22. June.

 Ins & Outs of IEQ, The.
Tom Lawrence, Molly McGuire, Leon Alevantis. P. S34. June.

 It's More Than Design: Construction & Building Operation.
Nick Ferzacca, Martha G. VanGeem, Tom Lawrence. P. S46. June.

 LEED & Green Building Codes.
Brendan Owens, Jeremy Sigmon. P. S6. June.

 Modeling Energy Savings.
Drury Crawley, Paul Torcellini, Nicholas Long, Eric Bonnema, Kristin Field, Kent Peterson. P. S30. June.

 Right Start, Right Result: Beginning With the Site.
Anthony C. Floyd, Tom Lawrence, Martha G. VanGeem. P. S10. June.

 Standardizing High Performance.
Kent Peterson, Mark MacCracken. P. S3. June.

Steam

 Water & Energy Use in Steam-Heated Buildings.
Ian Shapiro. P. 14. May.

Technology Awards

 Back to the Future: Reducing EUI in 1980s Tower.
Caroline Paquet. P. 42. June.

 Commercial Refrigeration: Green Warehouse.
Martin Roy. P. 64. Mar.

 Data Center Retrofit: Heat Containment
And Airflow Management
.
Mukesh K. Khattar. P.40. Dec.

 Energy-Saving Dorms.
Glenn Friedman. P. 20. May.

 Fume Hood Retrofit.
Molly McGuire, Mark Hydeman. P. 56. Sept.

 Geothermal for School.
Robert N. Roop. P. 40. May.

 Green Call Center.
Steve Weidner. P. 50. Dec.

 Health-Care Facilities: Greening Hospitals.
Paul Switenki. P. 42. April.

 Horticultural Lab.
Geneviève Lussier. P. 50. Sept.

 HVAC for Prisons.
Surrander Naganathan. P. 44. Oct.

 Learning by Doing.
Cole Roberts, Afaan Naqvi. P. 26. May.

 Maintaining Green.
Jonathan Mesik. P. 44. July.

 Office Retrofit.
Roland Charneux. P. 30. Nov.

 School and More.
Nicolas Lemire. P. 34. May.

 Stem Cell Lab.
Brett J. Kelley, Charles T. Meagher. P. 44. Sept.

 Sustainable Remedy for Hospital.
Don M. Iverson. P. 50. April.

Thermal Energy Storage

 Energy Storage: Providing for a Low-Carbon Future.
Mark MacCracken. P. 28. Sept.

Underfloor Air Distribution

 Cooling Load Design Tool for UFAD.
Fred Bauman, Stefano Schiavon, Tom Webster, Kwang Ho Lee. P. 62. Sept.