Indoor Environmental Modeling
ASHRAE Technical Committee 4.10

Meetings Information

Long Beach Meeting, June 2017

TC 4.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling (20/20) Screen *Main meeting
Monday (6/26) 2:15 pm – 4:15 pm Pike 2 (R-1)
TC 4.10 RP-1675 PMS (5/10) Screen/Electric
Sunday (6/25) 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Seaside 5A (LBCC-SS)
TC 4.10 Program (14/10) Screen/Electric
Sunday (6/25) 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Seaside 5A (LBCC-SS)
TC 4.10 Handbook (14/10) Screen/Electric
Sunday (6/25) 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Seaside 5A (LBCC-SS)
TC 4.10 Research (14/10) Screen/Electric
Sunday (6/25) 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Seaside 5A (LBCC-SS)
Programs:
Sunday, June 25, 9:45 AM-10:45 AM
Dabate 1 (INTERMEDIATE)

Cumbersome and Correct vs. Half-Baked and High-Speed, Room: 203AB
Sponsor: 9.9 Mission Critical Facilities, Data Centers, Technology Spaces and Electronic Equipment, 4.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling
Moderator: Nick Gangemi, Life Member, James W. VanGilder,P.E., Member
1. Mark Seymour, CEng, Member, Future Facilities Ltd, London, United Kingdom
2. James W. VanGilder, P.E., Member, Schneider Electric, Andover, MA
3. Nick Gangemi, Life Member, Northern Air Systems, Rochester, NY

Tuesday, June 27, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
Seminar 43 (INTERMEDIATE)
Making Displacement and Natural Ventilation Work in High Heat Gain Applications, Room: 103AB
Sponsor: 4.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling
Chair: Wangda Zuo, Ph.D., Member, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
1. CFD Ventilation Study of an Aluminum Foundry
Duncan Phyfe, Associate Member1 and Marty Kozlak1, (1) ARL, Alden, MA
2. Natural Ventilation Modeling of High Heat Gain Auditoria
Malcolm Cook, Member1, Faisal Durrani, Ph.D.1 and James J. McGuirk, Ph.D.1, (1) Loughborough University, Loughborough, United Kingdom
3. Push It to the Limit: Using Displacement Ventilation for High Heat Gain Applications
Mike Koupriyanov, P.E., Associate Member, Price Industries Limited, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
4. Natural Ventilation Potential Maps of North America for Removing High Heat Gains
Leon Wang, Ph.D., P.E., Member1, Jun Cheng, Student Member1 and Ali Katal1, (1) Concordia University, Montréal, QC, Canada

Wednesday, June 28, 9:45 AM-10:45 PM
Seminar 43 (INTERMEDIATE)

Don’t Be Scared: CFD for Everyday Design, Room: 202AB
Sponsor: 4.10 Indoor Environmental Modeling
Chair: James W. VanGilder, P.E., Member, Schneider Electric, Andover, MA
1. Using CFD Modeling for HVAC System Design
Mike Koupriyanov, P.E., Associate Member, Price Industries Limited, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
2. Practical Applications of CFD for Optimizing Chilled Beam Performance
Ramin Rezaei, Associate Member, Southland Industries, Dulles, VA
3. Garbage In, Garbage Out: Is Conceptual Data Center CFD Design Any Use?
Mark Seymour, CEng, Member, Future Facilities Ltd, London, United Kingdom

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