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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2002

Air Conditioning

 Limitations of SEER for Measuring Efficiency.
Steve P. Kavanaugh. P. 27. July.

 New Developments in Gas Cooling.
William Ryan. P. 23. April.

 Selecting the Right HVAC System.
David M. Elovitz. P. 24. Jan.

 Separating the V in HVAC: A Dual-Path Approach.
Mukesh K. Khattar, Michael J. Brandemuehl. P. 37. May.

Ammonia

 Carbon-Dioxide Based Refrigerant Systems.
Charles R. Taylor. P. 22. Sept.

 New Developments in Gas Cooling.
William Ryan. P. 23. April.

BACnet®

 BACnet Goes to College.
Jonathan P. Fulton. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 20. Oct.

 BACnet Today.
Steven T. Bushby, H. Michael Newman. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 10. Oct.

 BACnet's Success in Germany.
Karl Leber. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal P. 30. Oct.

 Banking on BACnet.
Randy Amborn. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 40. Oct.

 Government Connections.
Michael R. DeNamur. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 42. Oct.

 Mission Critical Real Estate.
Clair Jenkins, Kirk Anderson. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 26. Oct.

 New Tools for Specifying BACnet.
Steven T. Bushby. P. 33. March.

 Shanghai Technology Museum.
Steve Tom. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 36. Oct.

Boilers

 A Primer on Protecting Idle Boilers.
Howard Benisvy. P. 30. Dec.

Building Envelope

 Moisture Control for Buildings.
Joseph Lstiburek. P. 36. Feb.

 Unplanned Airflows and Moisture Problems.
Terry Brennan, James B. Cummings, Joseph Lstiburek. P. 44. Nov.

Chillers

 Application Fundamentals of Ice- Based Thermal Storage.
Brian Silvetti. P. 30. Feb.

 Economic Analysis of Hybrid Chiller Plants.
Brian Smith. P. 42. July.

 Lake-Source Cooling.
Tim Peer, W.S. Joyce. P. 37. April.

 Primary-Only vs. Primary-Secondary Variable Flow Systems.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 25. Feb.

 Selecting the Right HVAC System.
David M. Elovitz. P. 24. Jan.

 Series-Series Counterflow for Central Chilled Water Plants.
Steve Groenke, Mick Schwedler. P. 23. June.

 Sizing Replacement Chiller Plants.
Deng Shiming. P. 47. June.

Cogeneration

 Economics of Cogeneration.
William Ryan. P. 34. Oct.

Controls

 Assessing CO2 Control in Retrofits.
Mike Schell, Doug Smith. P. 34. Nov.

 BACnet Goes to College.
Jonathan P. Fulton. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 20. Oct.

 BACnet Today.
Steven T. Bushby, H. Michael Newman. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 10. Oct.

 BACnet's Success in Germany.
Karl Leber. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal P. 30. Oct.

 Banking on BACnet.
Randy Amborn. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 40. Oct.

 Do Averaging Sensors Average?
Gil Avery. P. 42. Dec.

 Government Connections.
Michael R. DeNamur. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 42. Oct.

 Mission Critical Real Estate.
Clair Jenkins, Kirk Anderson. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 26. Oct.

 New Tools for Specifying BACnet.
Steven T. Bushby. P. 33. March.

 Selecting the Right HVAC System.
David M. Elovitz. P. 24. Jan.

 Shanghai Technology Museum.
Steve Tom. BACnet Today: A Supplement to ASHRAE Journal. P. 36. Oct.

Dehumidification

 Dehumidification Equipment Advances.
Lewis G. Harriman III, James Judge. P. 22. Aug.

 Dehumidification Performance of HVAC Systems.
John Murphy. P. 23. March.

 Preventing Mold by Keeping New Construction Dry.
Lewis G. Harriman III, Donald Schnell, Mark Fowler. P. 28. Sept.

 Residential Ventilation and Latent Loads.
Joseph Lstiburek. P. 18. April.

Energy Conservation

 A Green Building on Campus.
Mark Rosenbaum. P. 41. Jan.

 Application Fundamentals of Ice- Based Thermal Storage.
Brian Silvetti. P. 30. Feb.

 Assessing CO2 Control in Retrofits.
Mike Schell, Doug Smith. P. 34. Nov.

 Lake-Source Cooling.
Tim Peer, W.S. Joyce. P. 37. April.

Exhaust

 Laboratory Low-Pressure Drop Design.
John Weale, Peter H. Rumsey, Dale Sartor, Lee Eng Lock. P. 38. Aug.

 New Rules for Kitchen Exhaust.
William D. Gerstler. P. 26. Nov.

 Specifying Exhaust and Intake Systems.
Ronald L. Petersen, Brad C. Cochran, John J. Carter. P. 30. Aug.

Heating

 Limitations of SEER for Measuring Efficiency.
Steve P. Kavanaugh. P. 27. July.

 Selecting the Right HVAC System.
David M. Elovitz. P. 24. Jan.

Indoor Air Quality

 A Green Building on Campus.
Mark Rosenbaum. P. 41. Jan.

 Cold Air Supply with 100% Outdoor Air Units.
Abdel Kader Darwiche. P. 35. Sept.

 Daylighting and Human Performance.
Lisa Heschong. P. 65. June.

 Defensive Filtration.
James D. Miller. P. 18. Dec.

 Dehumidification Performance of HVAC Systems.
John Murphy. P. 23. March.

 ETS in Restaurants.
Kenneth M. Elovitz, David Gordon, Daniel J. Cashman. P. 41. Oct.

 The Fundamentals of Fungi.
Sarah Armstrong, Jane Liaw. P. 18. Nov.

 How IEQ Affects Health, Productivity.
William J. Fisk. P. 56. May.

 HVAC Characteristics and Occupant Health.
W.K. Sieber, M.R. Petersen, L.T. Stayner, R. Malkin, M.J. Mendell, K.M. Wallingford, T.G. Wilcox, M.S. Crandall, L. Reed. P. 49. Sept.

 IEQ and the Impact on Building Occupants.
Satish Kumar, William J. Fisk. P. 50. April.

 IEQ and the Impact on Employee Sick Leave.
Satish Kumar, William J. Fisk. P. 97. July.

 Preventing Mold by Keeping New Construction Dry.
Lewis G. Harriman III, Donald Schnell, Mark Fowler. P. 28. Sept.

 Separating the V in HVAC: A Dual-Path Approach.
Mukesh K. Khattar, Michael J. Brandemuehl. P. 37. May.

 Ventilation Rates and Health.
Olli Seppänen, William J. Fisk, Mark J. Mendell. P. 56. Aug.

Legal

 'Oh No! I've Been Served.'
Charles R. Foster, Paul J. Halyard. P. 50. May.

 Arbitration.
Mark Diamond. P. 92. July.

 Choosing a Business Structure.
Cynthia A. Callaway, Duane A. Wolf, Daniel Kramer. P. 42. April.

 Clause for Concern: Common Construction Contract Provisions.
Richard J. Tyler. P. 42. Feb.

 Contract Law Principles.
Richard J. Tyler. P. 20. Jan.

 Fair Warranty Requirements.
Michael R. Bilderbeck. P. 98. Dec.

 Licensing in Multiple Jurisdictions.
Duane A. Wolf. P. 66. Nov.

 Mediation: Opportunities and Pitfalls.
P. Kevin Castel. P. 54. Sept.

 Protecting Yourself from Risk—Consequential Damages.
Mitchell Swann, Maralynne Flehner. P. 65. Oct.

  Respect Construction Specifications.
Fred Kohloss. P. 50. June.

 Why (Not) Patents?
Daniel Kramer. P. 45. Aug.

Moisture

 Dehumidification Equipment Advances.
Lewis G. Harriman III, James Judge. P. 22. Aug.

 The Fundamentals of Fungi.
Sarah Armstrong, Jane Liaw. P. 18. Nov.

 Investigating and Diagnosing Moisture Problems.
Joseph Lstiburek. P. 36. Dec.

 Moisture Control for Buildings.
Joseph Lstiburek. P. 36. Feb.

 Moisture in Buildings.
John F. Straube. P. 15. Jan.

 Overview of Psychrometrics.
S.A. Sherif. P. 33. July.

 Preventing Mold by Keeping New Construction Dry.
Lewis G. Harriman III, Donald Schnell, Mark Fowler. P. 28. Sept.

 Residential Ventilation and Latent Loads.
Joseph Lstiburek. P. 18. April.

 Unplanned Airflows and Moisture Problems.
Terry Brennan, James B. Cummings, Joseph Lstiburek. P. 44. Nov.

 Venting of Attics and Cathedral Ceilings.
William B. Rose, Anton TenWolde. P. 26. Oct.

Piping

 Accessing Rooftop Refrigeration Systems.
Rudy Stegmann. P. 40. March.

 Calculating Pressure Drops in Piping Systems.
Thomas G. Lester. P. 41. Sept.

 Lake-Source Cooling.
Tim Peer, W.S. Joyce. P. 37. April.

Pumps

 Balancing Variable Flow Hydronic Systems.
Steven T. Taylor, Jeff Stein. P. 17. Oct.

 Lake-Source Cooling.
Tim Peer, W.S. Joyce. P. 37. April.

 Primary-Only vs. Primary-Secondary Variable Flow Systems.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 25. Feb.

 Series-Series Counterflow for Central Chilled Water Plants.
Steve Groenke, Mick Schwedler. P. 23. June.

Refrigerants

 A Guide to Retrofitting Supermarket Systems.
Edward Divita, Paul Oppenheim. P. 31. Jan.

 Carbon-Dioxide Based Refrigerant Systems.
Charles R. Taylor. P. 22. Sept.

 New Developments in Gas Cooling.
William Ryan. P. 23. April.

 Sizing Replacement Chiller Plants.
Deng Shiming. P. 47. June.

Refrigeration

 A Guide to Retrofitting Supermarket Systems.
Edward Divita, Paul Oppenheim. P. 31. Jan.

 Blast Freezing.
George C. Briley. P. 99. July.

 Controlled Atmosphere Storage of Fruits and Vegetables.
George C. Briley. P. 72. Oct.

 Hydrocooling Fruits and Vegetables.
George C. Briley. P. 60. Sept.

 Industrial Automatic Icemaker.
George C. Briley. P. 61. June.

 Liquid Freezing and Chilling Systems.
George C. Briley. P. 49. Aug.

 Moisture Loss During Freezing.
George C. Briley. P. 68. Nov.

 Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers.
George C. Briley. P. 52. May.

 Spiral Freezing and Cooling: Producing Frozen Food.
George C. Briley. P. 56. March.

 Variable Retention Time Freezers.
George C. Briley. P. 49. April.

Smoke

 An Overview to Designing Smoke-Control Systems.
Chas E. Magdanz. P. 32. June.

Thermal Storage

 Application Fundamentals of Ice- Based Thermal Storage.
Brian Silvetti. P. 30. Feb.

Underfloor Air Distribution

 Underfloor Air Distribution: Lessons Learned.
Allan Daly. P. 21. May.

 Underfloor Air Distribution: Thermal Stratification.
Tom Webster, Fred Bauman, Jim Reese. P. 28. May.

Variable Air Volume

 Laboratory Low-Pressure Drop Design.
John Weale, Peter H. Rumsey, Dale Sartor, Lee Eng Lock. P. 38. Aug.

 Minimum Outside Air Damper Control.
Larry Felker. P. 30. April.

 Separating the V in HVAC: A Dual-Path Approach.
Mukesh K. Khattar, Michael J. Brandemuehl. P. 37. May.

Valves

 Accessing Rooftop Refrigeration Systems.
Rudy Stegmann. P. 40. March.

 Balancing Variable Flow Hydronic Systems.
Steven T. Taylor, Jeff Stein. P. 17. Oct.

 Primary-Only vs. Primary-Secondary Variable Flow Systems.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 25. Feb.

Ventilation

 Assessing CO2 Control in Retrofits.
Mike Schell, Doug Smith. P. 34. Nov.

 Cold Air Supply with 100% Outdoor Air Units.
Abdel Kader Darwiche. P. 35. Sept.

 Dehumidification Equipment Advances.
Lewis G. Harriman III, James Judge. P. 22. Aug.

 Dehumidification Performance of HVAC Systems.
John Murphy. P. 23. March.

 Duct Design Issues: Innovative Preheating of Outside Air.
William F. Albern. P. 48. May.

 ETS in Restaurants.
Kenneth M. Elovitz, David Gordon, Daniel J. Cashman. P. 41. Oct.

 Indoor Shooting Range.
A. Boyd Morgenthaler, David F. Shumway. P. 44. Dec.

 Laboratory Low-Pressure Drop Design.
John Weale, Peter H. Rumsey, Dale Sartor, Lee Eng Lock. P. 38. Aug.

 Minimum Outside Air Damper Control.
Larry Felker. P. 30. April.

 Residential Ventilation and Latent Loads.
Joseph Lstiburek. P. 18. April.

 Selecting the Right HVAC System.
David M. Elovitz. P. 24. Jan.

 Separating the V in HVAC: A Dual-Path Approach.
Mukesh K. Khattar, Michael J. Brandemuehl. P. 37. May.

 Underfloor Air Distribution: Lessons Learned.
Allan Daly. P. 21. May.

 Underfloor Air Distribution: Thermal Stratification.
Tom Webster, Fred Bauman, Jim Reese. P. 28. May.

 Venting of Attics and Cathedral Ceilings.
William B. Rose, Anton TenWolde. P. 26. Oct.

Water Treatment

 Benefits of Clean Water for Cooling Towers.
Kenneth Latzer. P. 44. Sept.

Wireless

 Pros and Cons of Wirelesss.
Michael Kintner-Meyer and Michael R. Brambley. P. 54. Nov.