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It’s Not Too Late to Register for the Winter Conference

  Online registration is open for the 2013 ASHRAE Winter Conference in Dallas. The Conference, which runs Jan. 26–30, allows attendees to learn and socialize with fellow members and hundreds of building industry professionals. The Winter Conference Technical Program offers more than 200 sessions covering everything from energy conservation to HVAC&R fundamentals. The Winter Conference is held in conjunction with the AHR Expo, Jan. 28–30. This year’s Show is slated to be the biggest ever held outside of Chicago.

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Christopher Gray Ian Metzger Andrew Phelps Ben Weigand Christopher Wilson

ASHRAE Selects Top Five 'New Faces'
  ASHRAE has selected its top five nominees for this year's New Faces of Engineering program. The New Faces program is intended to promote the accomplishments of young engineers by highlighting their engineering contributions and the resulting impact on public welfare. The program, which is part of the National Engineers Week initiative, targets engineers 30 and younger. ASHRAE created New Faces in 2003, when it served as lead society for National Engineers Week. ASHRAE will submit the names of the five nominees to the National Engineers Week Committee. The top nominees from each engineering society represented on the National Engineers Week committee will appear in USA Today during National Engineers Week, Feb. 17–23. ASHRAE’s top New Face will be posted on ASHRAE.org during that week.

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to read bios of the five nominees.

23 Nominees for New Faces: College Edition
  ASHRAE received 23 nominations for the second year of the New Faces of Engineering: College Edition program. The program was created to promote the accomplishments of third- through fifth-year engineering students by highlighting their academic successes and potential to contribute to the industry. New Faces: College Edition is ASHRAE’s legacy project from its time as the chairing society of Engineers Week 2011. ASHRAE will next select its top three nominees and submit their names to the National Engineers Week Committee. ASHRAE’s New Face of Engineering: College Edition, will be recognized via various print and social media outlets during National Engineers Week, Feb. 19–25. He or she also will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

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Travel Award Helps Further Careers of Recipients
Ronsse Zakula
  Recipients of the College of Fellows’ Graduate Student Travel Award say the program helped spur their interest in ASHRAE and furthered their knowledge in their areas of research. Lauren M. Ronsse, Ph.D., a lecturer in acoustics at Columbia College Chicago, has twice benefitted from the award, most recently by attending the 2012 ASHRAE Winter Conference. There, she was able to meet with fellow students and even have lunch with an ASHRAE Fellow. Another recipient, Tea Zakula, a doctoral candidate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, also took part in the 2012 Winter Conference. There, she attended technical committee meetings.

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Free ASHRAE Session at AHR Expo Focuses on Acoustics
  The question of why a space is quiet or noisy will be examined in a free ASHRAE session held as part of the 2013 Winter Conference. The session, "Basics of HVAC Noise Control," takes place at the concurrent AHR Expo from 2–3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, in Room C147 of the Dallas Convention Center. ASHRAE Winter Conference registration is not required to attend and no badge is needed. “This session addresses common issues to improve acumen for sound and vibration,” said Erik Miller-Klein, P.E., SSA Acoustics, LLP, Seattle, “the idiosyncrasies of selecting fans that optimize acoustic and energy performance for improved system design and the physics of sound that explains the performance and limitations of silencers and acoustic louvers.”

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Latest Issue of HVAC&R Research Covers Cutting-Edge Research


  The December 2012 issue of HVAC&R Research features original articles on two-phase frictional pressure drops in U-bends and contiguous straight tubes, preooling impacts on peak demand limiting in commercial buildings, thermoacoustic prime mover, infilitration ventilation, and a personalized ventilation system integrated with an ambient mixing ventilation system.

  Also, the issue includes a two-part paper titled "Thermal environment in indoor spaces with under-floor air distribution systems." The issue's editorial addresses the widespread problem of over-air-conditioning.

  HVAC&R Research offers comprehensive reporting of research in the fields of environmental control for the built environment and cooling technologies for a wide range of applications.

   Each issue of HVAC&R Research contains 150+ pages.

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