Key Findings from the NBI PIER Project: Optimization of Airside Design

April 29, 2004 - 12:00pm
Bldg. 90
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Mark Hydeman, PE, Principal from Taylor Engineering will present key results from the NBI PIER research on built-up VAV systems for which he was the Principal Investigator.  These include the potential for supply pressure reset for energy savings and to prevent operation in surge; a new way of modeling fan performance; and an optimized approach for selecting and controlling VAV boxes.  The project produced a design guide on air-side VAV systems that is available from the CEC website at a new model for the evaluation of fan system design and controls and a series of recommended changes for ARI Standard 880.

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