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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2007

Air Conditioning

 Fresh Air-Handling Units: Comparison and Design Guide.
George J. Berbari, Sleiman Shakkour, Fadi Hashem. P. 34. Jan.

 Integrating Alternative and Conventional Cooling Technologies.
Reinhard Radermacher, Bao Yang, Yunho Hwang. P. 28. Oct.

 Keeping Cool: Timeline of Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.
Bernard Nagengast, Gerald Groff. P. 64. March.

Airtightness

 Measuring Airtightness At ASHRAE Headquarters.
Terry Brennan, Andrew Persily, Michael Clarkin, Steve Emmerich. P. 26. Sept.

Aquariums

 The Age of Aquariums.
Patrick E. Halm. P. 16. June.

BACnet®

 BACnet®: A Capital Idea.
Robert Rodenhiser. P. B34. Nov.

 BACnet® at Cornell.
H. Michael Newman. P. B4. Nov.

 BACnet® at Georgia Tech.
Donald P. Alexander, Cornelius Ejimofor, David G. Holmberg. P. B18. Nov.

 BACnet® Down Under.
Edvin Krsevan. P. B26. Nov.

 BACnet® for Cleanrooms.
Terry W. Hoffmann. P. B15. Nov.

 BACnet® for Megachurch.
Nancy L. Robbers. P. B24. Nov.

 BACnet® Measures Up.
Steven T. Bushby. P. B11. Nov.

 BACnet® Passes Test.
Jeff Lucas, Aaron Nahale. P. B36. Nov.

Boilers

 Condensing Economizers.
John DeFrees, Rachel Stuckey, John Foote. P. 16. Nov.

 Reducing Energy Costs with Condensing Boilers & Heat Recovery Chillers.
James B. (Burt) Rishel, Benny (Ben) L. Kincaid. P. 46. March.

Building Controls

 Energy Management with Building Automation.
Roberto Gonzalez. P. 26. Jan.

 HVAC Controls After an Outside Contaminant Release.
David Underwood. P. 36. April.

Building Sciences

 Building Sciences: A Bridge Too Far–Thermal Bridges–Steel Studs, Structural Frames, Relieving Angles and Balconies.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 64. Oct.

 Building Sciences: Face-Lift for Old Buildings.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 80. Sept.

 Building Sciences: The Hollow Building.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 56. June.

 Building Sciences: The Material View of Mold.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 61. Aug.

 Building Science - The Perfect Wall.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 74. May.

 Small Sacrifices. Capillary Action.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 58. July.

 Building Sciences: Thermodynamics: It%u2019s Not Rocket Science.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 56. Dec.

 Building Sciences: Wood is Good...But Strange.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 34. Nov.

Business and Management

 Business and Management: Key Financial Concepts for Design Engineers.
Ramez Naguib. P. 64. June.

 Business and Management: Legal Trends in Engineering.
Kristin Ballobin, Julia Keen. P. 40. Nov.

 Business and Management: Liability in Engineering: Part 2 of a 3-Part Series.
Kristin Ballobin, Julia Keen. P. 140. Dec.

 Business and Management: People Skills for Engineers.
Ramez Naguib. P. 78. Oct.

Chilled Beams

 Chilled Beams in Labs: Eliminating Reheat & Saving Energy on a Budget.
Peter Rumsey, John Weale. P. 18. Jan.

Chillers

 Extending the Boundaries of Ammonia Absorption Chillers.
Donald C. Erickson. P. 32. April.

 Reducing Energy Costs with Condensing Boilers & Heat Recovery Chillers.
James B. (Burt) Rishel, Benny (Ben) L. Kincaid. P. 46. March.

Coils

 Modulate Coil Heat Transfer.
Robert Koenig. P. 48. Feb.

Commissioning

 Existing Building Commissioning.
Jim Poulos. P. 66. Sept.

Data Centers

 Efficiency Plus Reliability.
Christopher Kurkjian, Jack Glass, Geoffrey Routsen. P. 26. Dec.

 Greening the Data Center.
Joe Prisco, Pam Lembke. P. 44. Dec.

 High-Density Heat Containment.
Mitch Martin, Mukesh Khattar, Mark Germagian. P. 38. Dec.

 Increasing Energy Efficiency in Data Centers.
Roger Schmidt, Don Beaty, Jay Dietrich. P. 18. Dec.

 Meeting the Needs Of 24/7 Data Centers.
Christopher Kurkjian, Jack Glass. P. 24. Feb.

 OA Economizers for Data Centers.
Vali Sorell. P. 32. Dec.

Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems

 Dedicated Outdoor Air System for Commercial Kitchen Ventilation .
Stephen L. Brown. P. 24. July.

Dehumidification

 High-Performance Schools: High Marks for Energy Efficiency, Humidity Control, Indoor Air Quality & First Cost.
John Fischer, Kirk Mescher, Ben Elkin, Stephen M. McCune, Jack Gresham. P. 30. May.

 Hybrid Desiccant Cooling Systems.
M.H. Saidi, S. Vazirifard. P. 44. Jan.

Emerging Technologies

 Emerging Technologies: Chilled Beam Cooling.
Kurt Roth, John Dieckmann, Robert Zogg, James Brodrick. P. 84. Sept.

 Emerging Technologies: CO2 Heat Pump Water Heaters.
Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, Reinhard Radermacher, James Brodrick. P. 52. Nov.

 Emerging Technologies: Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems Revisited.
John Dieckmann, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 134. Dec.

 Emerging Technologies: Distributed Energy Storage.
Robert Zogg, Tyson Lawrence, David Ofer, James Brodrick. P. 90. May.

 Emerging Technologies: Double-Skin Façades.
Kurt Roth, Tyson Lawrence, James Brodrick. P. 70. Oct.

 Emerging Technologies: Infrared Radiant Heaters.
Kurt Roth, James Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 72. June.

 Emerging Technologies: Magnetic Refrigeration.
John Dieckmann, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 74. Aug.

 Emerging Technologies: PCM Technology for Building Materials.
Kurt Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 129. July.

 Emerging Technologies: Using Internal-Combustion Engines For Distributed Generation.
Robert Zogg, Chad Smutzer, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 76. March.

 Emerging Technologies: Using Microturbines.
Robert Zogg, John Bowman, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 48. April.

 Emerging Technologies: Using Molten-Carbonate Fuel Cells For Distributed Generation.
Robert Zogg, Eric Carlson, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 62. Feb.

 Emerging Technologies: Using Phosphoric-Acid Fuel Cells.
Eric Carlson, Robert Zogg, Suresh Sriramulu, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick. P. 50. Jan.

Energy Management

 Energy Management with Building Automation.
Roberto Gonzalez. P. 26. Jan.

 Universal Translator .
Reinhard Seidl. P. 12. July.

Fire Safety

 International Tunnel Fire-Safety Design Practices.
Paul C. Miclea, W.K. Chow, Chien Shen-Wen, Junmei Li, Ahmed Kashef, Kai Kang. P. 50. Aug.

Geothermal

 Geothermal Central System.
Thomas H. Durkin, Keith E. Cecil. P. 42. Aug.

Ground Source Heat Pump

 Ground Source Heat Pumps in Schools.
Jim MacMillan. P. 34. Sept.

Health Care

 Complying With USP 797: Designing Hospital Pharmacy HVAC Systems.
Christopher P. Rousseau, Adam R. Bare. P. 36. Feb.

 Natural Ventilation in Nursing Facility.
Matthew Younger. P. 42. April.

Heating

 Overhead Heating: Revisiting a Lost Art.
Daniel Int-Hout III. P. 56. March.

Heat Recovery

 Heat Recovery In Industrial Refrigeration.
Douglas T. Reindl, Todd B. Jekel. P. 22. Aug.

 Reducing Energy Costs with Condensing Boilers & Heat Recovery Chillers.
James B. (Burt) Rishel, Benny (Ben) L. Kincaid. P. 46. March.

History

 Keeping Cool: Timeline of Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.
Bernard Nagengast, Gerald Groff. P. 64. March.

Hydronics

 Chilled Water Plant Savings at No Cost .
Michael A. Reed, Cedreck Davis. P. 36. July.

 Connecting Buildings to Central Chilled Water Plants.
James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 24. Nov.

 Optimizing Chilled Water Plant Control .
Mark Hydeman, Guo Zhou. P. 44. June.

Indoor Air Quality

 High-Performance Schools: High Marks for Energy Efficiency, Humidity Control, Indoor Air Quality & First Cost.
John Fischer, Kirk Mescher, Ben Elkin, Stephen M. McCune, Jack Gresham. P. 30. May.

Kitchens

 Dedicated Outdoor Air System for Commercial Kitchen Ventilation.
Stephen L. Brown. P. 24. July.

Laboratories

 Chilled Beams in Labs: Eliminating Reheat & Saving Energy on a Budget.
Peter Rumsey, John Weale. P. 18. Jan.

 University Laboratory System.
Ronald W. Henning. P. 22. May.

Legionellosis

 Preventing Legionellosis.
Janet Stout. P. 58. Oct.

Letters

 January 2007 Letters 

 February 2007 Letters

 March 2007 Letters

 April 2007 Letters

 May 2007 Letters

 September 2007 Letters

Piping

 Mechanical Integrity and Carbon Steel Refrigerant Piping.
Daniel J. Dettmers, Douglas T. Reindl. P. 12. Oct.

Refrigerants

 Extending the Boundaries of Ammonia Absorption Chillers.
Donald C. Erickson. P. 32. April.

Refrigeration

 Enhancing Energy Efficiency of Refrigeration Units.
Riyaz Papar, Kevin Zugibe, Jeffrey Heitler. P. 62. May.

 Heat Recovery In Industrial Refrigeration.
Douglas T. Reindl, Todd B. Jekel. P. 22. Aug.

 Keeping Cool: Timeline of Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.
Bernard Nagengast, Gerald Groff. P. 64. March.

 Mechanical Integrity and Carbon Steel Refrigerant Piping.
Daniel J. Dettmers, Douglas T. Reindl. P. 12. Oct.

 Supermarket Refrigeration System With Completely Secondary Loops.
Vasile Minea. P. 40. Sept.

 Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems.
William Goetzler. P. 24. April.

Retrocommissioning

 Retrocommissioning for a University Library by Rishabh Kasliwal, P.E.; Ed Spivey, P.E..
Rishabh Kasliwal, Ed Spivey. P. 48. May.

Schools

 Ground Source Heat Pumps in Schools.
Jim MacMillan. P. 34. Sept.

 High-Performance Schools: High Marks for Energy Efficiency, Humidity Control, Indoor Air Quality & First Cost.
John Fischer, Kirk Mescher, Ben Elkin, Stephen M. McCune, Jack Gresham. P. 30. May.

 Retrocommissioning for a University Library by Rishabh Kasliwal, P.E.; Ed Spivey, P.E..
Rishabh Kasliwal, Ed Spivey. P. 48. May.

 University Laboratory System.
Ronald W. Henning. P. 22. May.

Solar

 Solar Technologies and the Building Envelope.
Paul A. Torcellini, Shanti D. Pless, Ron Judkoff. P. 14. April.

Standard 62.1

 Standard 62.1: Problems, Perceptions, and Panaceas.
Andrew Persily, Dennis Stanke, Gordon V.R. Holness, Richard Hermans. P. 34. March.

Supermarkets

 Supermarket Refrigeration System With Completely Secondary Loops.
Vasile Minea. P. 40. Sept.

Sustainability

 Building Simulation For LEED® EQc2 Credit.
Tom Hudson. P. 58. Sept.

 Clarifying EPAct 2005: Federal Tax Incentives for Commercial Buildings.
Michael Deru, Drury Crawley. P. 70. March.

 Design for Environment: Europe's Hazardous Substances Restrictions And HVAC .
Jennifer Shepherd. P. 60. June.

 Existing Building Commissioning.
Jim Poulos. P. 66. Sept.

 Presidential Address: Greater Efficiency Today, Blue Skies Tomorrow: Innovation for a Sustainable Built Environment.
Kent W. Peterson. P. 12. Aug.

 Greening the Data Center.
Pam Lembke, Joe Prisco. P. 44. Dec.

 Ground Source Heat Pumps in Schools.
Jim MacMillan. P. 34. Sept.

 Heating Montreal's Airport.
Jacques Lagacé, Pierre Roussel. P. 28. March.

 Linear UFAD for Village.
George Karidis. P. 16. Aug.

 Measuring Airtightness At ASHRAE Headquarters.
Terry Brennan, Andrew Persily, Michael Clarkin, Steve Emmerich. P. 26. Sept.

 Supermarket Refrigeration System With Completely Secondary Loops.
Vasile Minea. P. 40. Sept.

 TES Without Ice .
Daniel Pare, Stephane Bilodeau. P. 46. July.

 The Wal-Mart Experience, Part One.
Michael MacDonald, Michael Deru. P. 14. Sept.

 The Wal-Mart Experience, Part Two.
Michael Deru, Michael MacDonald. P. 22. Oct.

Technology Awards

 Heating Montreal's Airport.
Jacques Lagacé, Pierre Roussel. P. 28. March.

 Linear UFAD for Village.
George Karidis. P. 16. Aug.

 Natural Ventilation in Nursing Facility.
Matthew Younger. P. 42. April.

 TES Without Ice .
Daniel Pare, Stephane Bilodeau. P. 46. July.

 University Laboratory System.
Ronald W. Henning. P. 22. May.

Thermal Comfort

 Temperature & Temperament: A Psychologist Looks at Comfort.
Frederick H. Rohles Jr. P. 14. Feb.

Thermal Energy Storage

 TES Without Ice .
Daniel Pare, Stephane Bilodeau. P. 46. July.

Tunnels

 International Tunnel Fire-Safety Design Practices.
Paul C. Miclea, W.K. Chow, Chien Shen-Wen, Junmei Li, Ahmed Kashef, Kai Kang. P. 50. Aug.

Underfloor Air Distribution

 Cooling Airflow Design Calculations for UFAD.
Fred Bauman, Tom Webster, Corinne Benedek. P. 36. Oct.

 Linear UFAD for Village.
George Karidis. P. 16. Aug.

Ventilation

 Dedicated Outdoor Air System for Commercial Kitchen Ventilation .
Stephen L. Brown. P. 24. July.

 Increasing Efficiency With VAV System Static Pressure Setpoint Reset .
Steven T. Taylor. P. 24. June.

 Natural Ventilation in Nursing Facility.
Matthew Younger. P. 42. April.

 OA Economizers for Data Centers.
Vali Sorell. P. 32. Dec.

 Standard 62.1: Problems, Perceptions, and Panaceas.
Andrew Persily, Dennis Stanke, Gordon V.R. Holness, Richard Hermans. P. 34. March.

Vibration Isolation

 Vibration Isolation.
Robert Simmons. P. 30. Aug.

Water Treatment

 15 Things to Know About Cooling Water Treatment.
Bill Gaines, Martin R. Orban, David R. Welch. P. 50. July.

Wireless

 Going Wireless .
John Ruiz. P. 34. June.