HVAC&R systems

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On 11 January 2016, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) announced a call for programmes (non-paper based presentations) for the ASHRAE 2016 Annual Conference, which will take place from 25 to 29 June 2016 in St. Louis, Missuri, U.S.A.   Programmes are sought for the following tracks:  
Post date: 29 Jan 2016
Type: News

Building Performance Modeling Conference  - Using simulation to improve building performance from planning and design to construction, operations and retrofit   Update: Final Technical Programme now available!  
Post date: 15 Dec 2015
Type: Event

The abstract and paper submission deadlines for the CLIMA 2016, to be held in Aalborg, Denmark on 22-25 May 2016, have been extended. 
Post date: 25 Nov 2015
Type: News

CLIMA 2016 is now open for the submission of abstracts. All experts are invited to present their work and exchange views and ideas. The deadline for abstract submission is November 30, 2015. 
Post date: 3 Nov 2015
Type: News

The newly published “Cold-Climate Buildings Design Guide” from ASHRAE aims to assist designers, contractors, and engineers in constructing and maintaining buildings in cold, subarctic, and arctic climates, offering practical advice on the unique challenges faced when trying to maintain human comfort and energy efficiency in these environments. 
Post date: 19 Oct 2015
Type: Publication

Call for Papers for the IEECB&SC’16 Conference "Improving Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings and Smart Communities". The deadline for abstract submissions is November 15, 2015. The papers should focus on the following topics among others: 
Post date: 12 Oct 2015
Type: News

This new design guide by ASHRAE focuses on tall (taller than 91m), supertall (taller than 300 m) and megatall (taller than 600 m) buildings. It addresses the efforts of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems designers as well as the importance of the design team, their collective efforts and concerns. It aims special attention at design issues for tall commercial buildings, which are very often mixed use, with low-level retail, office floors, residential floors, and hotel floors.
Post date: 9 Jul 2015
Type: Publication