ASHRAE’s 2012 Winter Conference Seeks Papers

  • January 25, 2011
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January 25, 2011 - Papers addressing advances in high performance buildings, integrated design and numerous high-intensity HVAC applications are being sought for ASHRAE’s 2012 Winter Conference in Chicago, Ill., Jan. 21-25. The Specialized Applications track focuses on high-intensity HVAC applications, such as laboratories, hospitals and data centers, and seeks papers on design recommendations, regulations and lessons learned. The Integrated Design track addresses how the integrated building design and integrated project delivery processes are being applied to build better buildings. Papers are being sought on case studies, lessons learned and ongoing research projects studying new project delivery methods. The Energy Modeling Applications track seeks papers that address the range of different energy modeling and Building Information Modeling tools available, their use and specific applications, including systems, building and communities. Papers that address an integrated approach from modeling through end designs are requested. In addition, papers are sought for tracks on Operations & Maintenance, HVAC Systems, HVAC Fundamentals and Applications, Professional Skills and Refrigeration. The deadline for paper submissions is April 18, 2011. Full-length technical papers or conference paper abstracts (400 words or less) should be submitted by April 18. For accepted conference paper abstracts, the completed conference papers will be due July 8, 2011. The Conference is expected to attract some 3,000 attendees from 60 countries. The technical program takes place Sunday, Jan. 22–Wednesday, Jan. 25, and includes paper presentations as well as non-paper presentations. Approved papers are published in ASHRAE Transactions. Held in conjunction with the ASHRAE conference is the ASHRAE-cosponsored AHR Expo, Jan. 23-25. ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is an international organization of some 50,000 persons. ASHRAE fulfills its mission of advancing heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world through research, standards writing, publishing and continuing education.

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