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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2003

Air Conditioning

 Being Size Wise: Residential Systems.
Bradley Kurtz. P. 17. Jan.

 Latent Performance of Unitary Equipment.
Karim Amrane, Glenn C. Hourahan, Greg Potts. P. 28. Jan.

 Controls for Critical Cooling.
Matt Lawrence. P. 32. Jan.

 New Guideline for Data Center Cooling.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 28. Dec.

 New Applications for Gas Cooling.
William Ryan. P. 18. April.

 Air-to-Air Exchangers.
Robert Besant, Carey Simonson. P. 42. April.

 Cool & Dry: Dual-Path Approach for a Florida School.
Mukesh Khattar, Don Shirey, Richard Raustad. P. 58. May

 Estimating Demand & Efficiency.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 36. July.

 Air Conditioning & the Louisiana State Capitol.
J. Michael Barber. P. 44. Sept.

 Archives—Analog to Digital: Preservation Requirements.
Stefan Michalski. P. 25. Oct.

 Air Washers: A New Look at a Vintage Technology.
M. El-Morsi, S.A. Klein, D.T. Reindl. P. 32. Oct.

 New Guideline for Data Center Cooling.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 28. Dec.

 Air-Cooled Chillers for Hot, Dry Climates.
Ronald H. Howell, Donald W. Land, Elton Dale Scheideman. P. 38. Dec.

Ammonia

 Efficiency of R-717 and R-22 Systems.
George C. Briley. P.87. July.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 2.
George C. Briley. P. 53. Aug.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 3.
George C. Briley. P. 58. Sept.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 4.
George C. Briley. P. 60. Oct.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 5.
George C. Briley. P. 58. Nov.

BACnet®

 No Time for Downtime: BACnet® Exceeds Needs at Mission Critical Data Center.
Jeff Gollnick. P. B8. Nov.

 High-Tech Welcome Mat: BACnet® Greets Guests at Hotel.
Randy Amborn. P. B12. Nov.

 BACnet® Simplifies Complex.
Carl Bate. P. B14. Nov.

 BACnet® Goes to School.
Hans Symanczik. P. B18. Nov.

 BACnet® Makes the Grade.
Steve Tom. P. B20. Nov.

 Enemies at the Gates: Securing the BACnet® Building.
David G. Holmberg. P. B24. Nov.

Business Management

 Smart Images for Project Management.
Gordon V.R. Holness. P. 22. Jan.

 The Importance of Developing Good Relationships with Clients.
Todd Meling. P. 44. Aug.

 Managing Human Resources: From Hello to Goodbye.
Harley 'Bill' Goodman. P. 61. Sept.

 Managing Professional Fees.
William J. Coad. P. 64. Oct.

 Improving Profits By Reducing Rework.
John Castelvecchi. P. 62. Nov.

 Model Employee Training Program.
Les Carmichael. P. 106. Dec.

Chillers

 Controls for Critical Cooling.
Matt Lawrence. P. 32. Jan.

 Chilled Water Plant Efficiency.
Igor Dubov. P. 37. June.

 Dedicated Heat Recovery.
Thomas H. Durkin, James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 18. Oct.

 Small Centrifugal Compressors.
John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 67. Oct.

 Air-Cooled Chillers for Hot, Dry Climates.
Ronald H. Howell, Donald W. Land, Elton Dale Scheideman. P. 38. Dec.

Cogeneration

 New Applications for Gas Cooling.
William Ryan. P. 18. April.

 Cogeneration Systems: Balancing the Heat-Power Ratio.
Ainul Abedin. P. 24. Aug.

Commissioning

 Commissioning Kitchens: Making Sure the Equipment Fills the Bill.
Steve Melink. P. K23. June.

 Saving Energy with Building Commissioning.
Kurt W. Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 65. Nov.

Compressors

 Vapor-Injected Scroll Compressors.
Warren L. Beeton, Hung M. Pham. P. 22. April.

Controls

 Controls for Critical Cooling.
Matt Lawrence. P. 32. Jan.

 Interoperability: Present Trends & Future Roles.
Terry W. Hoffmann. P. 40. Feb.

 Linearizing PID Loop Control.
Eric Utterson. P. 40. March.

 Improving VAV Zone Control.
Thomas Hartman. P. 24. June.

 Fuzzy Logic for Controls.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. K31. June.

 Demand Control Ventilation.
Kurt W. Roth, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 91. July.

 No Time for Downtime: BACnet® Exceeds Needs at Mission Critical Data Center.
Jeff Gollnick. P. B8. Nov.

 High-Tech Welcome Mat: BACnet® Greets Guests at Hotel.
Randy Amborn. P. B12. Nov.

 BACnet® Simplifies Complex.
Carl Bate. P. B14. Nov.

 BACnet® Goes to School.
Hans Symanczik. P. B18. Nov.

 BACnet® Makes the Grade.
Steve Tom. P. B20. Nov.

 Enemies at the Gates: Securing the BACnet® Building.
David G. Holmberg. P. B24. Nov.

Construction Forecast

 A Balancing Act for Airports.
Timothy D. Aylor. P. 67. Sept.

Corrosion

 Control of Corrosion Under Insulation.
Patrick J. Dunn, Richard Norsworthy. P. 32. March.

Crawlspaces

 Crawlspace Myths.
Craig DeWitt. P. 20. Nov.

Dampers

 The Cases For and Against Manual Volume Dampers.
James T. 'Terry' Powell. P. 49. Sept.

Data Centers

 Controls for Critical Cooling.
Matt Lawrence. P. 32. Jan.

 Data Center Cooling.
Edward C. Koplin. P. 46. March.

 New Guideline for Data Center Cooling.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 28. Dec.

Dehumidification

 Being Size Wise: Residential Systems.
Bradley Kurtz. P. 17. Jan.

 Archives—Analog to Digital: Preservation Requirements.
Stefan Michalski. P. 25. Oct.

Energy Efficiency

 Latent Performance of Unitary Equipment.
Karim Amrane, Glenn C. Hourahan, Greg Potts. P. 28. Jan.

 System & Component Diagnostics.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 58. April.

 Improved Duct Sealing.
Sephir D. Hamilton, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 64. May.

 Fuzzy Logic for Controls.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. K31. June.

 Estimating Demand & Efficiency.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 36. July.

 Demand Control Ventilation.
Kurt W. Roth, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 91. July.

 Energy Efficiency for Semiconductor Manufacturing Facilities.
Ralph M. Cohen. P. 28. Aug.

 Air-To-Air Energy Recovery Heat Exchangers.
John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 57. Aug.

 Using Microenvironments to Provide Individual Comfort.
Sephir D. Hamilton, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 65. Sept.

 Small Centrifugal Compressors.
John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 67. Oct.

 Dividends With Demand Response.
Michael Kintner-Meyer, Charles Goldman, Osman Sezgen, Donna Pratt. P. 37. Oct.

 Saving Energy with Building Commissioning.
Kurt W. Roth, Detlef Westphalen, James Brodrick. P. 65. Nov.

 Air-Cooled Chillers for Hot, Dry Climates.
Ronald H. Howell, Donald W. Land, Elton Dale Scheideman. P. 38. Dec.

 Kitchen Hoods Using Demand Ventilation.
Stephen K. Melink. P. 22. Dec.

 Retrofitting Hot Water Supply in Hong Kong Luxury Hotel.
Deng Shiming, Jiang Yiqiang. P. 52. Dec.

 Microchannel Heat Exchangers.
Detlef Westphalen, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 107. Dec.

Heating

 Comparing R-290 with R-22 in Heat Pumps.
Yunho Hwang, Amr Gado, Reinhard Radermacher. P. 40. Jan.

 Unique Steam Application.
John J. Blank. P. 54. April.

 Estimating Demand & Efficiency.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 36. July.

 Dedicated Heat Recovery.
Thomas H. Durkin, James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 18. Oct.

Hospitals

 Reducing Risks of Surgery.
Farhad Memarzadeh, Andy Manning. P. 28. Feb.

 Room Pressure for Critical Environments.
Brian Wiseman. P. 34. Feb.

 Ventilation for Odor Control.
Gerhard W. Knutson. P. 36. April.

 Trends in Health-Care Design and Construction.
Gretchen McComb, Randy Giggard. P. 100. Dec.

HVAC

 Hierarchy of HVAC Needs.
David L. Schwaller. P. 41. Aug.

Hydronics

 Understanding Expansion Tanks.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 24. March.

 Unique Steam Application.
John J. Blank. P. 54. April.

 Using Wastewater for Cooling Tower Makeup: Laundry Water Recovery for Tower.
Alexander S. Butkus, Shirish C. Maniar. P. 34. June.

 Chilled Water Plant Efficiency.
Igor Dubov. P. 37. June.

 Advances in Steam Cooling.
Ian Spanswick. P. 20. Sept.

 Dedicated Heat Recovery.
Thomas H. Durkin, James B. (Burt) Rishel. P. 18. Oct.

 Air Washers: A New Look at a Vintage Technology.
M. El-Morsi, S.A. Klein, D.T. Reindl. P. 32. Oct.

 Steam Pressure Reducing Stations.
Roy Ahlgren. P. 37. Nov.

 Retrofitting Hot Water Supply in Hong Kong Luxury Hotel.
Deng Shiming, Jiang Yiqiang. P. 52. Dec.

Indoor Air Quality

 Reducing Risks of Surgery.
Farhad Memarzadeh, Andy Manning. P. 28. Feb.

 Room Pressure for Critical Environments.
Brian Wiseman. P. 34. Feb.

 Investigating IAQ on a Budget.
Paul T. Garrison. P. 54. May.

 Designing for Smoking Rooms.
L. Alevantis, J. Wagner, W. Fisk, D. Sullivan, D. Faulkner, L. Gundel, J. Waldman, P. Flessel. P. 26. July.

 Standard 62's Multiple Spaces Equation: For Design, Not Control.
John Kettler. P. 20. Aug.

Kitchens

 The Effect of Makeup Air on Kitchen Hoods.
Richard T. Swierczyna, Paul A. Sobiski. P. K18. June.

 Commissioning Kitchens: Making Sure the Equipment Fills the Bill.
Steve Melink. P. K23. June.

 The Facts About Mechanical Grease Filters.
Andrey Livchak, Derek Schrock, Matti Lehtimaki, Aimo Taipale. P. K14. June.

 Keeping Cooks in the Kitchen: Solving the Makeup Air Dilemma.
Gerrit S. van Straten, Stephen L. Brown. P. K4. June.

 Predicting Energy Consumption.
Donald Fisher. P. K8. June.

 Kitchen Hoods Using Demand Ventilation.
Stephen K. Melink. P. 22. Dec.

Legal

 Managing in Difficult Economic Times.
Kenneth M. Elovitz. P. 39. Jan.

 Calling It Quits.
Mark Diamond. P. 46. Feb.

 Mold Litigation: On the Brink.
Chris McDonald. P. 60. March.

 The Impact of Change Proposals.
Michael C. Connor. P. 57. April.

 Value Engineering: Removing the Gold Plate.
Richard A. Evans. P. 62. May.

 The Attorney/Client Relationship.
Maralynne Flehner. P. 41. June.

 'I've Got a Secret!'
Mick Gerhardt. P. 88. July.

 Legal Exposure in Design/Build Contracts.
Michael C. Connor. P. 49. Aug.

 Payment Bonds and Mediation Evidence.
Dale Elizabeth Walker. P. 57. Sept.

 Avoiding Scope Creep Protects the Bottom Line.
Lynn G. Bellenger. P. 58. Oct.

 The Attorney/Client Relationship — Part II.
Maralynne Flehner. P. 54. Nov.

Moisture

 Being Size Wise: Residential Systems.
Bradley Kurtz. P. 17. Jan.

 Latent Performance of Unitary Equipment.
Karim Amrane, Glenn C. Hourahan, Greg Potts. P. 28. Jan.

 Air-to-Air Exchangers.
Robert Besant, Carey Simonson. P. 42. April.

 Cool & Dry: Dual-Path Approach for a Florida School.
Mukesh Khattar, Don Shirey, Richard Raustad. P. 58. May

 Report Card on Humidity Control: Failing Grade for Many Schools.
John C. Fischer, Charlene Bayer. P. 30. May.

 Archives—Analog to Digital: Preservation Requirements.
Stefan Michalski. P. 25. Oct.

Noise

Sound in the Classroom: Why Children Need Quiet.
Peggy B. Nelson. P. 22. Feb.

 ANSI Standard: Complying With Background Noise Limits.
Mark E. Schaffer. P. 26. Feb.

 ARI's Views on ANSI S12.60-2002.
Michele Darbeau. P. 27. Feb.

 Predicting HVAC Noise Outdoors.
Neil Moiseev. P. 28. April.

 Controlling Noise from HVAC Systems.
Robert S. Jones
. P. 28. Sept.

 Duct Liner Materials & Acoustics.
John B. Gierzak. P. 46. Dec.

Piping

 Understanding Expansion Tanks.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 24. March.

 Control of Corrosion Under Insulation.
Patrick J. Dunn, Richard Norsworthy. P. 32. March.

 Solving for Friction Factor.
Thomas G. Lester. P. 41. July.

 Steam Pressure Reducing Stations.
Roy Ahlgren. P. 37. Nov.

Pumps

 Understanding Expansion Tanks.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 24. March.

 Centrifugal Pumps In Liquid Recirculation Refrigeration Systems.
Rick VanSeters. P. 35. Aug.

Refrigerants

 Comparing R-290 with R-22 in Heat Pumps.
Yunho Hwang, Amr Gado, Reinhard Radermacher. P. 40. Jan.

 Vapor-Injected Scroll Compressors.
Warren L. Beeton, Hung M. Pham. P. 22. April.

 Efficiency of R-717 and R-22 Systems.
George C. Briley. P.87. July.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 2.
George C. Briley. P. 53. Aug.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 3.
George C. Briley. P. 58. Sept.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 4.
George C. Briley. P. 60. Oct.

 Efficiency for R-717 and R-22 Systems, Part 5.
George C. Briley. P. 58. Nov.

 CO2 Making Comeback.
George C. Briley. P. 104. Dec.

Refrigeration

 Refrigeration in Large Breweries.
George C. Briley. P. 49. Feb.

 Refrigeration for Mine Shafts.
George C. Briley. P. 61. March.

 Vapor-Injected Scroll Compressors.
Warren L. Beeton, Hung M. Pham. P. 22. April.

 Increasing Operating Efficiency.
George C. Briley. P. 73. May.

 Energy Conservation in Industrial Systems.
George C. Briley. P. 46. June.

 CO2 Making Comeback.
George C. Briley. P. 104. Dec.

Schools

Sound in the Classroom: Why Children Need Quiet.
Peggy B. Nelson. P. 22. Feb.

 ANSI Standard: Complying With Background Noise Limits.
Mark E. Schaffer. P. 26. Feb.

 ARI's Views on ANSI S12.60-2002.
Michele Darbeau. P. 27. Feb.

 The ABCs of DOAS: Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems.
Wayne Morris. P. 24. May.

 Report Card on Humidity Control: Failing Grade for Many Schools.
John C. Fischer, Charlene Bayer. P. 30. May.

 Solving the O&M Equation.
Robert Flach, Chad B. Dorgan. P. 40. May.

 Educating the Engineer.
Melanie Wallace, Mack Wallace. P. 46. May.

 Ice Thermal Storage for Colorado School.
Michael D. Haughey. P. 50. May.

 Investigating IAQ on a Budget.
Paul T. Garrison. P. 54. May.

 Cool & Dry: Dual-Path Approach for a Florida School.
Mukesh Khattar, Don Shirey, Richard Raustad. P. 58. May

 BACnet® Goes to School.
Hans Symanczik. P. B18. Nov.

 BACnet® Makes the Grade.
Steve Tom. P. B20. Nov.

 Air-Cooled Chillers for Hot, Dry Climates.
Ronald H. Howell, Donald W. Land, Elton Dale Scheideman. P. 38. Dec.

Smoke

 Playing with Fire: Understanding Human Behavior in Burning Buildings.
Guylène Proulx. P. 33. July.

System Sizing

 Being Size Wise: Residential Systems.
Bradley Kurtz. P. 17. Jan.

Thermal Storage

 Cool & Dry: Dual-Path Approach for a Florida School.
Mukesh Khattar, Don Shirey, Richard Raustad. P. 58. May

 Ice Thermal Storage for Colorado School.
Michael D. Haughey. P. 50. May.

 Thermal Energy Storage Myths.
Mark M. MacCracken. P. 36. Sept.

Underfloor Air Distribution

 New Guideline for Data Center Cooling.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 28. Dec.

 Underfloor & Displacement: Why They're Not the Same.
Geoff McDonell. P. 18. July.

 Underfloor & Overhead Ductless VAV Systems.
Joseph M. Halza. P. 43. Nov.

 New Guideline for Data Center Cooling.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 28. Dec.

Variable Air Volume

 Improving VAV Zone Control.
Thomas Hartman. P. 24. June.

 Underfloor & Overhead Ductless VAV Systems.
Joseph M. Halza. P. 43. Nov.

Ventilation

 Reducing Risks of Surgery.
Farhad Memarzadeh, Andy Manning. P. 28. Feb.

 Room Pressure for Critical Environments.
Brian Wiseman. P. 34. Feb.

 New Guideline for Data Center Cooling.
Don Beaty, Tom Davidson. P. 28. Dec.

 Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems.
John Dieckmann, Kurt W. Roth, James Brodrick. P. 58. March.

 Ventilation for Odor Control.
Gerhard W. Knutson. P. 36. April.

 Air-to-Air Exchangers.
Robert Besant, Carey Simonson. P. 42. April.

 Report Card on Humidity Control.
John C. Fischer, Charlene Bayer. P. 30. May.

 The ABCs of DOAS: Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems.
Wayne Morris. P. 24. May.

 Keeping Cooks in the Kitchen: Solving the Makeup Air Dilemma.
Gerrit S. van Straten, Stephen L. Brown. P. K4. June.

 Predicting Energy Consumption.
Donald Fisher. P. K8. June.

 The Effect of Makeup Air on Kitchen Hoods.
Richard T. Swierczyna, Paul A. Sobiski. P. K18. June.

 Designing for Smoking Rooms.
L. Alevantis, J. Wagner, W. Fisk, D. Sullivan, D. Faulkner, L. Gundel, J. Waldman, P. Flessel. P. 26. July.

 Standard 62's Multiple Spaces Equation: For Design, Not Control.
John Kettler. P. 20. Aug.

 Archives—Analog to Digital: Preservation Requirements.
Stefan Michalski. P. 25. Oct.

 Crawlspace Myths.
Craig DeWitt. P. 20. Nov.

 Ventilation and Air Leakage.
Andrew C. Äsk. P. 28. Nov.

 Underfloor & Overhead Ductless VAV Systems.
Joseph M. Halza. P. 43. Nov.

 Duct Liner Materials & Acoustics.
John B. Gierzak. P. 46. Dec.