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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2015

Air Distribution

Basics of Well-Mixed Room Air Distribution.
Dan Int-Hout. P. 12. July.

Energy-Efficient Makeup Air Units.
Hugh Crowther. P. 26. March.

Return Air Systems.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 44. March.

BACnet

BACnet Celebrates 20 Years.
H. Michael Newman. P. 36. June.

Campus Challenge, Part 1: Benefits and Challenges of BACnet.
Steven Tom, Ph.D., P.E., Member Ashrae; Ken Masica, MSEE. P. 60. December.

Basis of Design

Refining the Basis of Design: A Professional Responsibility.
Richard J. Pearson. P. 56. October.

Benchmarking

Benchmarking Building Energy Use.
David N. Schurk. P. 70. November.

Boilers

Fuel Oil Systems: Boilers & Emergency Generators.
Stephen W. Duda. P. 40. December.

Building Automation Systems

Criteria for Building Automation Dashboards.
Frank Shadpour, Joseph Kilcoyne. P. 28. May.

Building Envelope

Airtight Buildings: Past, Present and Future.
Wagdy Anis. P. 40. November.

Building Sciences

Chubby Checker and the "Fat Man" Do Permeance.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 58. June.

Forty Years of Air Barriers.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 48. March.

Flow-Through Assemblies.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 46. December.

Joseph Haydn Does the Perfect Wall.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 64. November.

Mea Culpa Roofs.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 40. January.

Windows Can Be a Pain.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 56. April.

Vitruvius Does Veneers.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 54. May.

Venting Vapor.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 46. August.

WUFI: Barking Up the Wrong Tree?
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 62. October.

Business

Engineers' Pay and Financial Performance.
Kate Allen. P. 44. February.

Procurement Path for Energy-Efficient Buildings.
Adam McMillen, Paul Torcellini, Sumit Ray, Kevin Rodgers. P. 12. April.

Commercial Kitchens

Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Exhaust Hoods.
Don Fisher, Rich Swierczyna, Angelo Karas. P. 26. November.

Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Fire Mitigation.
Stephen K. Melink. P. 16. May.

Lessons Learned From Commercial Kitchen Fire Investigations.
Doug Horton. P. 18. February.

Commissioning

Measurement of Commercial Building Performance.
Bruce D. Hunn, Jim Bochat. P. 66. January.

Controls

Control Sequences & Controller Programming.
Mark Hydeman, Steven T. Taylor, Brent Eubanks. P. 58. March.

Degrees of Freedom in HVAC Controls Design.
John Varley. P. 44. June.

Cooling Towers

Saving Water With Cooling Towers.
Frank Morrison. P. 20. August.

Data Centers

Airside Economizers In Data Centers.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 60. January.

Are Data Centers Drying Up?
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 72. March.

Complying With NFPA's Aisle Containment Requirements.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 70. September.

Data Center Economizer Efficiency.
Brett Griffin. P. 64. March.

Digital Revolution Impact, Part 2.
Donald L. Beaty. P. 58. February.

Digital Revolution Impact, Part 3.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 80. May.

Driver for Energy Savings: Carrot or Stick?
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 68. August.

Exploring Edge Computing.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 58. December.

Evolutionary Stages of Data Center Controls.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 58. July.

Gaps in Modeling Data Center Energy.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 76. November.

Liquid-Cooled IT Equipment in Data Centers.
Vali Sorell, Bill Carter, Roy Zeighami, Susan F. Smith, Robin Steinbrecher. P. 12. December.

Managing Infrastructure.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 82. June.

Unpacking Data Center Loads.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 82. October.

Direct-Fired

From Makeup Air to Space Heating: Direct-Fired Technology.
Thomas Boeckermann, Harold Stevens, Thomas Kuehn, Shawn Manisto, Bill Griffin. P. 16. September.

District Energy

District Energy Enters the 21st Century.
Steve Tredinnick, David Wade, Gary Phetteplace. P. 48. July.

Using Turbines for Steam Pressure Reduction, Power.
Dennis Wessel. P. 60. September.

DOAS

Calculating Dew-Point Design for DOAS.
H.W. Holder, Michael Larrañaga, Patrick Smith, Edgar A. Stacy III, Mike Krismer. P. 24. December.

Energy

Framework for Savings.
Benjamin Gozart, Tom Marseille, Charles Chaloeicheep, Tom Boysen. P. 34. December.

The Hidden Daytime Price of Electricity.
Evan Berger. P. 64. April.

Reducing Energy Use in Older Large Buildings.
David Arnold, Ph.D. P. 52. January.

Energy Modeling

Gaps in Modeling Data Center Energy.
Donald L. Beaty, David Quirk. P. 76. November.

Engineer's Notebook

Avoiding Common Chilled Water Distribution Problems.
Kent W. Peterson. P. 50. June.

Building Resilience for the MEP Engineer.
Daniel H. Nall. P. 50. September.

Chilled Water TES Hydraulics.
Kent W. Peterson. P. 40. February.

Control of Underfloor Air-Distribution Systems.
Daniel H. Nall. P. 46. May.

Fuel Oil Systems: Boilers & Emergency Generators.
P. 40. December.

Overlooked Code Requirements: Part 2.
Stephen W. Duda. P. 52. April.

Resetting Setpoints Using Trim & Respond Logic.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 52. November.

Return Air Systems.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 44. March.

Reverse-Return Reexamined.
Stephen W. Duda. P. 40. August.

Rightsizing HVAC Equipment.
Daniel H. Nall. P. 48. January.

Understanding Sensor Terms.
Kent W. Peterson. P. 50. October.

VAV Box Duct Design.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 32. July.

Fans

Circulator Fan Performance Testing Standards.
Christian Taber. P. 28. September.

Selecting Fans for Minimum Energy Consumption.
Michael Brendel. P. 52. August.

Fire Safety

MGM Grand Fire and Fire Safety Then, Now.
John H. Klote. P. 16. November.

Health Care

Energy-Efficient Approach for Operating Rooms.
Philip Bartholomew. P. 30. April.

Heating

Home is Where the Heat Is.
Andy Pearson. P. 65. January.

Heat Pump

Flooded Mine Water-to-Air Heat Pump System.
Richard M. Kelso, W. Stanley Johnson. P. 34. August.

History

Reducing Energy Use in Older Large Buildings.
David Arnold, Ph.D. P. 52. January.

HVAC

Electrical Protection for HVAC&R Equipment.
Kenneth M. Elovitz. P. 50. February.

New HVAC System for Cultural Preservation.
Michel Grabon, Jackie Anderson, Peter Bushnell, Aritz Calvo, William Chadwick. P. 20. June.

Reusing Existing HVAC Systems and Components.
Ramez Afify. P. 78. June.

Synergistic Approach to Systems Renovation.
Thomas H. (Tom) Durkin, Gary Heckman. P. 62, February.

HVAC Applications

Show Me the Sensors.
Dave Moser, P.E. P. 90. September.

VAV Series Fan Terminals.
Dan Int-Hout. P. 72 January.

Hydronics

Hydronics 101. 
Jeff Boldt, Julia Keen. P. 62. May.

Hydronics 102: System Components.
Jeff Boldt, Julia Keen. P. 40. September.

IEQ

Circadian Lighting for Health.
Frederick Marks, Satchidananda Panda. P. 84. November.

Filtration and Air Cleaning: ASHRAE Guidance.
Pawel Wargocki. P. 72. December.

How Good IAQ Can Help Save Energy in Labs.
Charles Coward. P. 12. January.

Industrial

Manufacturing Energy Efficiency.
Charles E. Gulledge III, Rich S. Conyers, Bradley M. Poe, Charles M. Kibby. P. 40. July.

Laboratories

How Good IAQ Can Help Save Energy in Labs.
Charles Coward. P. 12. January.

Legionellosis

Risk Management for Legionellosis.
Paul Lindahl, Bill Pearson, R. Lee Millies. P. 14. October.

Performance Measurement

Measurement of Commercial Building Performance.
Bruce D. Hunn, Jim Bochat. P. 66. January.

Radiant Systems

Radiant Heating and Cooling Systems: Part 1.
Kwang Woo Kim, Bjarne W. Olesen. P. 28. February.

Radiant Heating and Cooling Systems: Part 2.
Kwang Woo Kim, Bjarne W. Olesen. P. 34. March.

Refrigeration

A Place in the Sun.
Andy Pearson. P. 66. August.

Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin.
William C. Weinaug Jr. P. 42. April.

Big Heat Pumps.
Andy Pearson. P. 49. February.

CO2 Showcase for Ice Rinks, Pools.
Kateri Heon, Pietro Guerra. P. 62. August.

Energy Efficient Ice Rink.
Art Sutherland. P. 78. March.

English, Irish and Scots.
Andy Pearson. P. 80. April.

Kelvin: An Irishman's Tale.
Andy Pearson. P. 76. June.

Machinery Room Ventilation.
Andy Pearson. P. 88. October.

Quick Freeze for Best Food.
Andy Pearson. P. 64. July.

The Payback Puzzle.
Andy Pearson. P. 73. December.

Pond Loop for Ice Refrigeration.
Jason LaRosh. P. 82. September.

Transcritical CO2 Supermarket Refrigeration.
Collin Weber, Harrison Horning. P. 26. October.

Watt's the Big Occasion?
Andy Pearson. P. 90. May.

Residential

How ASHRAE Set the Rates for Residential Ventilation.
Max Sherman. P. 20. July.

Resiliency

Building Resilience for the MEP Engineer.
Daniel H. Nall. P. 50. September.

Schools

Controlling Summer Mold Growth in Schools.
Ed Light, James Bailey, Rick Meetre. P. 52. December.

Net Zero-Ready School.
Brian Haugk, Brian Cannon. P. 72. May.

Standards

Have We Run Out Of Savings Potential In Standard 90.1?
Reid Hart. P. 26. January.

How ASHRAE Set the Rates for Residential Ventilation.
Max Sherman. P. 20. July.

Technology Awards

2015 ASHRAE Technology Awards.
P. 25. March

Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin.
William C. Weinaug Jr. P. 42. April.

A Beacon for Urban Waters.
Matthew Longsine, P.E. P. 38. May.

Big Vision, Small Miracle.
Mark W. Stavig, P.E.; Eric Anderson. P. 66. June.

Chicago Vintage Restored.
Don McLauchlan, P.E. P. 24. July.

CO2 Showcase for Ice Rinks, Pools.
Kateri Heon, Pietro Guerra. P. 62. August.

Data Center Economizer Efficiency.
Brett Griffin. P. 64. March.

Energy Efficient Ice Rink.
Art Sutherland. P. 78. March.

Energy Saving Template for Campus.
Aaron Smith, P.Eng. P. 58 November.

Framework for Savings.
Benjamin Gozart, Tom Marseille, Charles Chaloeicheep, Tom Boysen. P. 34. December.

Manufacturing Energy Efficiency.
Charles E. Gulledge III, Rich S. Conyers, Bradley M. Poe, Charles M. Kibby. P. 40. July.

Net Zero-Ready School.
Brian Haugk, P.E.; Brian Cannon, P.E. P. 72. May.

Pond Loop for Ice Refrigeration.
Jason LaRosh. P. 82. September.

Simple Measures for Energy Savings.
Jacques Lagacé, P.Eng. P. 74. October.

Southwest One: Mixed Use Complex.
Daniel Robert, Stan Katz. P. 74. April.

Underfloor Air Distribution

Control of Underfloor Air-Distribution Systems.
Daniel H. Nall. P. 46. May.

Variable Air Volume

VAV Box Duct Design.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 32. July.

VAV Terminal Units: Looking Back, Ahead.
Dan Int-Hout, Gus Faris. P. 40. October.

Water Conservation

Saving Water With Cooling Towers.
Frank Morrison. P. 20. August