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ASHRAE Nombra Nuevos Conferencistas Distinguidos

ASHRAE Nombra Nuevos Conferencistas Distinguidos

Por Jodi Scott - Ashrae. ATLANTA – ASHRAE ha nombrado nueve nuevos Conferencistas Distinguidos que le brindan a los Capítulos de la Sociedad  nuevos reconocimientos y presentadores en temas relevantes que impactan la industria de la construcción.

Esto enmarca el 17avo año del Programa de Conferencistas Distinguidos, con más de 2,000 charlas presentadas desde que se inició el programa en 1996. El total de 70 conferencistas para el período de la sociedad 2016-17 representa a 12 países, incluidos Argentina, Canadá, Dinamarca, Egipto, India, Malasia, México, Singapur, Tailandia, Sri Lanka, Reino Unido y los Estados Unidos. Estos conferencistas pueden presentar 395 tópicos y hablar de manera combinada en 11 idiomas.

Los nuevos conferencistas y los tópicos de sus presentaciones son:

  • Chandana Dalugoda, C.Eng., managing partner, Chandana Dalugoda Consultants, Piliyandala,  Sri Lanka; Air Conditioning Systems for Tropical Humid Climates, Applied Psychometrics for Air Conditioning Systems, Cooling Load Calculations ASHRAE CLTD/SCL/CLF (cooling load temperature difference/cooling load factor/solar cooling load factor) Method, Reducing Carbon Footprint of Buildings in Developing Economies and Sustainable HVAC Designs for Green Buildings.

 

  • Patricia Graef, P.E., senior engineer, Munters Corp.; Fort Myers, Fla. The Logic of Dedicated Outside Air Systems and the Core Technologies that Make Them Effective; and ANSI/ASHRAE 188-2015, Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems.


  • Jorge Hernandez, P.E., Regional Managers and Associates, Orlando, Fla.  Basic Air Conditioning Concepts for Beginning Engineers and Architects, Basic Psycrometrics for Industrial Refrigeration Professionals, Critical Applications, Displacement Ventilation, Latest Developments in the HVAC World and Psycrometrics of Displacement Ventilation.


  • Julia Keen, Ph.D., P.E., Department of Architectural Engineering, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan. ASHRAE Building Energy Quotient – Building Performance vs. Building Certification and Rating, Ethical Decision Making – An Exercise in Application, How to Increase Profit – Retention of Women Engineers in the Workforce,Millennials – How to Manage the next Generation and Tools for Success (that do not Require a Calculator).

 

    • Thomas Phoenix, P.E., Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates, Greensboro, N.C.  Improving Building Performance, Passion and Performance and the Value of ASHRAE´s Building Energy Quotient.

 

    • Richard Rooley, FREng., Project Management Partnership, Stoke Poges, United Kingdom. Sick Building Syndrome – Reality or Myth, Sublime Chaos in Construction: Each Profession and Trade as a Strange and Dominant Attractor, The People of Our Industry – The Human Seven Deadly Sins in the Use and Construction of Buildings and Worst Practice Lessons for Energy Efficiency.

 

    • Gregory Scrivener, Cold Dynamics, Edmonton, Alberta.  Canadian Refrigeration Safety Code, CO2 Refrigeration and Heat Pumping and Refrigeration Energy Essentials.

 

    • Rajinder Singh, Ph.D., Pusa Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.  Applied Psychrometry for Air-Conditioning Engineers, Best Practices for Operation and Preventative Maintenance of HVAC, Systems in Green Buildings, Use of Green Secondary Refrigerant (Ice Slurry) for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, and Vapor Absorption Refrigeration System.

 

  • Om Taneja, Ph.D., P.E., Associated Consulting Company, Kendall Park, N.J. An Approach to Improved Indoor Air Quality and Operations of Buildings: Adopt Smart Buildings Technologies and Train Operations and Maintenance Staff for Required Competencies;  Analytical, Performance and Prescriptive Codes and Measure for Life Cycle Assessment of Sustainability and Energy Efficiency Projects;  Analytical, Performance and Prescriptive Measure for Life Cycle Assessment of Facilities Projects; Bridging the Knowledge, Technology and Personnel Gap for High Performance Buildings from Concept through Operations; Facing the Realities and Challenges of Urbanization, Smart Cities, Smart Infrastructure and Smart Buildings for Greater Sustainability and Resilience;  Framework For Structured Transformation to Future of Facilities to Foster Innovation , Operational Excellence and  Resilience – Bridging The Gap in Performance from Concept Though Operations;  Leveraging Innovative Technologies For Life-Cycle Operational Efficiency, Improved Indoor Air Quality And Greater Adaptability To Climatic Variations; and Operations and  Maintenance Measures for Improving Performance of HVAC Systems and  Chiller Plants

Para ver la lista completa de Conferencistas Distinguidos y el procedimiento detallado para solicitar una presentación, visite www.ashrae.org/distinguishedlecturers.

ASHRAE, fundada en 1894, es una sociedad global que busca el bienestar de la sociedad a través de tecnología sostenible para el sector de la construcción. La Sociedad y sus más de 56.000 miembros en todo el mundo se enfocan en sistemas de construcción, eficiencia energética, calidad del aire interior, refrigeración y sostenibilidad. A través de la investigación, el desarrollo de estándares, publicaciones, certificaciones y educación continuada, ASHRAE configura el futuro de la construcción hoy. Para mayor información visite www.ashrae.org/news.

Versión libre al español por Ing. Gerardo Alfonso - Colombia Chapter.

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