Heating and Ventilation

Heating and Ventilation June 24, 2013

Manufacturer’s focus on manufacturing, industrial buildings

Manufacturing and industrial facilities have some unusual engineering requirements, especially air handling, power needs, and fire/life safety systems. Two manufacturers provide feedback and advice.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Heating and Ventilation June 21, 2013

Integrate windows to achieve energy performance

Here are the top 5 myths about the building façade and its impact on operations.

By Robert Bolin, PE; Kristopher Baker, PE, Syska Hennessy Group
Heating and Ventilation June 14, 2013

Using the AEDG in large hospitals

To achieve energy efficiency in a hospital, engineers should fully understand the Advanced Energy Design Guide.

By Pete Sabeff, PE, LEED AP, Engineering Economics, Golden, Colo.
Heating and Ventilation March 22, 2013

Boilers: Types, applications, and efficiencies

Engineers should understand which boiler is appropriate for the application, and then know how to maximize its use.

By Michael E. Myers, PE, LEED AP, WD Partners, Dublin, Ohio
Figure 1: The contractor failed to account for the ceiling height in this project. The bottom of the hot water system drain valves extend below the lay-in ceiling height. The drain valve handles, when exercised, will extend below the ceiling line. Courtes
Heating and Ventilation October 12, 2012

Commissioning HVAC systems thoroughly

By examining all aspects of the HVAC system and its components—from design through commissioning—the system will run more efficiently and effectively.

By Edward Hurtz, PE, LEED AP, CxA, GRAEF, Milwaukee