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ASHRAE Journal Article Index 2012

Acoustics

 End Reflection Loss: How Does It Affect Design Engineers?.
David A. John, Luis Villegas. P. 100. June.


Air Distribution

 Designing Air-Distribution Systems to Maximize Comfort.
David A. John. P. 20. Sept.

 Methods for Effective Room Air Distribution: Part 1.
Dan Int-Hout. P. 18. Nov.

 Methods for Effective Room Air Distribution: Part 2.
Dan Int-Hout. P. 38. Dec.

Aquaculture

 Building Integrated Aquaculture.
Simi Hoque, James B. Webb, Andy J. Danylchuk. P. 16. Feb.

BACnet®

 BACnet for a City.
Steven T. Tom. P. B4. Nov.

 Demand Response and Light Control.
Scott Ziegenfus. P. B20. Nov.

BIM

 BIM Object Creation.
M. Dennis Knight. P. 74. Nov.

Building Sciences

 Bobby Darin and Thermal Performance.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 66. Oct.

 Don't Do Ugly Things.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 62. Aug.

 Hockey Pucks & Hydrostatic Pressure.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 56. Jan.

 I Was Younger Then (I'm So Much Older Now).
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 50. Nov.

 Joe South Assemblies.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 66. May.

 Leaks and Holes.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 52. Dec.

 Parthenon, Eh!.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 80. Mar.

 Slab Happy.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 62. Apr.

 Thermal Bridge Redux.
Joseph W. Lstiburek. P. 60. July.

Business and Management

 Cultural Differences: Succeeding in a Global Economy.
Ramiz Gabrial. P. 77. Jan.

 Fixing HVAC Problems.
John A. Clark. P. 98. Sept.

Chilled Beams

 Efficient Space Humidity Control with Active Chilled Beam Systems.
Kenneth J. Loudermilk, Darren S. Alexander. P. 28. Jan.

 Don't Turn Active Beams Into Expensive Diffusers.
Andrey Livchak, Chris Lowell. P. 52. Apr.

Chiller Plants

 Optimizing Design and Control of Chilled Water Plants: Part 4: Chiller & Cooling Tower Selection.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 60. Mar.

 Optimizing Design & Control of Chilled Water Plants: Part 5: Optimized Control Sequences.
Steven T. Taylor. P. 56. June.

Commissioning

 Commissioning Design/Build Projects.
Stephen C. Turner, Mark Hogil Jung, Seung Hwan Hwang. P. 54. Oct.

Condensate Collection

 AHU Condensate Collection Economics.
Thomas Lawrence, Jason Perry, Tyler Alsen. P. 18. May.

Data Centers

 Cooling as a Service.
Donald L. Beaty. P. 64. Nov.

 Data Centers and Comfort Cooling.
Don Beaty. P. 86. Oct.

Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems

 DOAS, Radiant Cooling Revisited.
Mildred Hastbacka, John Dieckmann, Antonio Bouza. P. 128. Dec.

 Total Energy Wheel Control in a Dedicated OA System.
John Murphy. P. 46. Mar.

Domestic Hot Water

 Improving DHW System Performance.
Hui Chen, Homer Bruner Jr., Robert Henry, Les Williams and James Riley. P. 72. Mar.

Duct

 Classifying Duct Leakage.
Lee Feigenbaum.P. 78. Sept.

 Effects of Typical Inlet Conditions on Air Outlet Performance.
David A. John. P. 16. Apr.

 End Reflection Loss.
David A. John, Luis Villegas. P. 100. June.

Emerging Technologies

 'Smart' Irrigation Systems.
Mildred Hastbacka, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 76. Aug.

 AC for Hot Climates.
Mildred Hastbacka, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 81. Sept.

 Cloud-Based BEMS.
Ratcharit Ponoum, Alissa Cooperman, James Brodrick. P. 68. Nov.

 Commercial GSHPs.
Alissa Cooperman, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 84. May.

 Control Systems & LEED.
Alissa Cooperman, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 96. June.

 DOAS, Radiant Cooling Revisited.
Mildred Hastbacka, John Dieckmann, Antonio Bouza. P. 128. Dec.

 Energy Efficiency in a Box: Variable Air Volume Terminal Units.
John Dieckmann, Alissa Cooperman, and James Brodrick. P. 88. Mar.

 High-SEER Residential AC.
Mildred Hastbacka, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 141. July.

 HVAC Fault Detection.
Matthew Wiggins, James Brodrick. P. 78. Feb.

 Induction or PM Motors.
Darrell J. King; Alissa Cooperman, John Dieckmann; James Brodrick. P. 81. Oct.

 Power Plant Water Use.
Alissa Cooperman, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 65. Jan.

 Residential GSHPs: Efficiency With Short Payback Periods.
Alissa Cooperman, John Dieckmann, James Brodrick. P. 72. Apr.

Energy Efficiency and Management

 Improving Energy Performance of NYC's Existing Office Buildings.
Charles C. Copeland. P. 28. Aug.

 Measured Home Performance: Best Practices for Home Energy Retrofits.
Rick Chitwood, Lew Harriman. P. 16. Jan.

Energy Audit

 Energy Audits, Improvements in Small Office Buildings.
Ian M. Shapiro. P. 14. Oct.

 Improving Energy Performance of NYC's Existing Office Buildings.
Charles C. Copeland. P. 28. Aug.

Energy Simulation

 Energy Modeling Basics.
Jared A. Higgins. P. 26. Dec.

Fans

 Backward-Curved Fans.
Steve Kavanaugh. P. 81. May.

Geothermal

 GSHP for 1920s Building.
Wayne E. Kerbelis. P. 56. Sept.

 Deere: Running Efficient.
Bruce Davis. P. 44. Apr.

 Long-Term Commercial GSHP Performance: Part 1: Project Overview and Loop Circuit Types.
Steve Kavanaugh, Josh Kavanaugh. P. 48. June.

 Long-Term Commercial GSHP Performance: Part 2: Ground Loops, Pumps, Ventilation Air and Controls.
Steve Kavanaugh, Josh Kavanaugh.
P. 26. July.

 Long-Term Commercial GSHP Performance. Part 3: Loop Temperatures.
Steve Kavanaugh, Josh Kavanaugh.
P. 28. September.

 Long-Term Commercial GSHP Performance. Part 4: Installation Costs.
Steve Kavanaugh, Mike Green, Kirk Mescher. P. 26. Oct.

 Long-Term Commercial GSHP Performance: Part 5: Comfort and Satisfaction.
Steve Kavanaugh, Josh Kavanaugh. P. 32. Dec.

Health Care

 How 90.1-2010 Will Affect Health-Care Facilities.
Jeff Boldt. P. 40. Aug.

Heat Pumps

 Large-Capacity, Water-to-Water Heat Pumps for Centralized Plants.
Craig R. Campbell, Joseph A. Catrambone, Christian P. Paraskevakos. P. 26. May.

Hydronics

 Integrating Solar and Hydronic Heating in Residential and Small Commercial Systems.
Bristol Stickney. P. 26. Feb.

IAQ

 Designing for IAQ in Natatoriums.
Randy C. Baxter. P. 24. Apr.

 Good IAQ Practices.
Hoy R. Bohanon. P. 106. June.

 It's Not Always Mold.
Wane A. Baker. P. 150. July.

 Legionella: Don't Assume.
Matthew R. Freije. P. 100. Oct.

 Mold and Dampness.
Lew Harriman. P. 132. Dec.

 Minimum Outdoor Airflow Using the IAQ Procedure.
Dennis Stanke. P. 26. June.

 Public Policy & IAQ.
Steven J. Emmerich. P. 98. Mar.

 Residential AC Filters.
John Proctor. P. 92. Oct.

 What's Proposed in Legionella Standard.
Matthew R. Freije. P. 98. May.

Kitchen Ventilation

  Demand-Controlled Ventilation for Commercial Kitchens.
Derek Schrock, Jimmy Sandusky, Andrey Livchak. P. 36. Nov.

 Design Considerations for Commercial Kitchen Ventilation.
John A. Clark. P. 54. Feb.

Legionella

 Legionella: Don't Assume.
Matthew R. Freije. P. 100. Oct.

 What's Proposed in Legionella Standard.
Matthew R. Freije. P. 98. May.

Load

 Load Calculation Spreadsheets: Quick Answers Without Relying on Rules of Thumb.
Steven F. Bruning. P. 40. Jan.

Ozone

 Ozone and Air Filters.
Charles Seyffer. P. 82. Feb.

Pumps

 EU Pump Regulations.
Niels Bidstrup. P. 106. May.

Refrigeration

 Defrost Cycle.
Andy Pearson. P. 94. Oct.

 Improving Eff iciency.
Andy Pearson. P. 92. May.

 Jargon Buster.
Andy Pearson. P. 127. Dec.

 Lubricating Oil.
Andy Pearson. P. 72. Nov.

 Parasitic Loads.
Andy Pearson. P. 90. Sept.

 Reducing Leakage.
Andy Pearson. P. 149. July.

 Reducing Load.
Andy Pearson. P. 82. Aug.

 Refrigeration Applications Load Matching and Capacity Control.
Andy Pearson. P. 94. June.

 The Temperature Lift.
Andy Pearson. P. 94. Mar.

 Temperatures, Pressures, & Refrigerants.
Andy Pearson. P. 81. Apr.

 Using CO2 to Reduce Refrigerant Charge.
S. Forbes Pearson. P. 38. Oct.

Smart Grid

 Appliances and the Smart Grid.
Tom Catania. P. 72. Feb.

 Demand Response and Light Control.
Scott Ziegenfus. P. B20. Nov.

 Electric Utilities and the HVAC Industry.
Mike Oldak. P. B10. Nov.

 OpenADR Advances.
David G. Holmberg, Girish Ghatikar, Edward L. Koch, Jim Boch. P. B16. Nov.

Solar

 Advantages of Integrated Control in Solar Combisystems.
Fredric Milder. P. 34. Feb.

 Integrating Solar and Hydronic Heating in Residential and Small Commercial Systems.
Bristol Stickney. P. 26. Feb.

 Solar Thermal Retrofit.
Barry Jim On, Min Zhong. P. 72. Sept.

Smoke Control

 Basics of Atrium Smoke Control.
John H. Klote. P. 36. June.

Sustainability

 Green Building Practices Around the World.
Frank Mills, Ashish Rakheja, Abdel-Kader Darwiche. P. 48. Jan.

 Measuring Commercial Building Performance Protocols for Energy, Water, and Indoor Environmental Quality.
Bruce D. Hunn, Jeff S. Haberl, Hywel Davies, Brendan Owens. P. 48. July.

Thermal Energy Storage

 TES for Medical Center.
Blake E. Ellis. P. 28. Nov.

Technology Awards

 43% Energy Savings.
Geneviève Lussier, Victoria Lakiza. P. 42. Dec.

 Bell Canada's HQ.
Daniel Robert, Daniel Bourque. P. 42. July.

 Bridging the Gaps.
René Dansereau, Chantale Bourdages. P. 36. May.

 Chilled Beams in Historic Building.
Steven P. Brzezenski. P. 46. Sept.

 Deere: Running Efficient.
Bruce Davis. P. 44. Apr.

 Distributing Savings.
Kenneth Sonmor, Antonino Lagana. P. 58. May.

 Efficient Science Building.
Mike J. Lawless. P. 46. Oct.

 Firm Walks the Talk.
Murdoch MacPherson. P. 36. July.

 GSHP for 1920s Building.
Wayne E. Kerbelis. P. 56. Sept.

 Ice Rink Uses CO2 System.
Luc Simard. P. 38. Mar.

 Learning With Nature.
Prem Mehrotra. P. 46. Dec.

 Old School Learns Cool New Tricks.
Ryan Thorson, David Williams. P. 48. May.

 Retail in Cold Climate.
Roland Charneux, Pierre-Luc Baril. P. 76. June.

 Rethinking Hospital Design.
Paul Marmion, P. 84. June.

 Savings Funds Project.
Steven D. Maze, Matt D. Swanson. P. 64. Sept.

 Solar Thermal Retrofit.
Barry Jim On, Min Zhong. P. 72. Sept.

 Sustainability at the Y.
Chantale Bourdages, Olivier Brodeur. P. 56. Aug.

 TES for Medical Center.
Blake E. Ellis. P. 28. Nov.

 Ventilation for Museum.
Tim Gasper. P. 52. Aug.

Thermo Active Building Systems

 Using Building Mass to Heat and Cool: Thermo Active Building Systems (TABS).
Bjarne W. Olesen. P. 44. Feb.

Variable Air Volume

 DCV for Multizone VAV.
Josephine Lau, Dennis Stanke. P. 84. Aug.

 Dual Maximum VAV Box Control Logic.
Steven T. Taylor, Jeff Stein, Gwelen Paliaga, Hwakong Cheng. P. 16. Dec.

Variable Refrigerant Flow

 Applying VRF? Don't Overlook Standard 15.
Stephen W. Duda. P. 18. July.

Ventilation

 Shielding Fresh Air Ventilation Intakes.
Bjørn Petter Jelle, Knut Noreng. P. 34. Apr.