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ASHRAE Technical Committee 5.8
'Industrial Ventilation'


Program Chairman:

Al Woody

Programs scheduled:

Atlantic City - January 2002 :

Forum:  Is There A Need for A Separate ASHRAE 62 IAQ Standard Forndustrial Air Spaces?  (TC 9.2, SSPC 62.1 Cosponsor) (Lawton)
Seminar:  Displacement Ventilation Systems in the Industrial Environment (Talbott)
TC 5.4 Forum: Should You Recirculate Exhaust Air From Industrial Air Cleaners? (Cosponsor)
TC 5.4 Seminar: Safety Considerations in Designing and Installing Air Pollution Devices (Cosponsor)

Hawaii - June 2002

TC 5.5 Seminar: Air-to-Air Energy Recovery and Displacement Ventilation (Cosponsor)
Seminar:  Displacement Ventilation Systems in the Industrial Environment (Talbott)
TC 5.4 Forum: Should You Recirculate Exhaust Air From Industrial Air Cleaners? (Cosponsor)
TC 5.4 Seminar: Safety Considerations in Designing and Installing Air Pollution Devices (Cosponsor)

Chicago - January 2003

Seminar: Industrial Ventilation in the Automotive Environment, Part 2 (Zhivov)
Symposium:   Displacement Ventilation in the Industrial Environment (Talbott)

                         

Past Programs:

Cincinnati - June 2001

Seminar 31
Room: 262
Fuel Fired Power Plant Ventilation
Tuesday, June 26, 2001 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Sponsor:
TC 9.2 Industrial Air Conditioning; TC 5.8 Industrial Ventilation
Chair: Charlie C. Shieh, Ph.D., P.E., Member, GPM Engineering, Corpus Christi, TX
The seminar discusses the design approach of fuel fired power plant ventilation integrated with project economics, climate and plant conditions to generate ideas that will pave the way for future design.
1. Fossil Fuel Fired Power Plant Main Building Ventilation South China Investigation Report
C. C. Yang, Enron Energy Services, Houston, TX
2. Ventilation for Boiler Building of Power Plant at Cold Area of North China
Congxin Huang, Northwest Electric Power Design Institute, Xi'An, Shanxi, China
3. Numerical Simulation of Air Flow Distribution in Complex Geometric Buildings - Power Plant
Nian-ping Li, Jian Sun, and Guang-fa Tang, Hunan University, Changsha, China
4. Ventilation in Power Plants Operation
Don Fiorino, P.E., Member, Enron Energy Services, Houston, TX

 

  Seminar 41
Room: 230/244

Ventilation Systems for the Automotive Industry
Wednesday, June 27, 2001 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Sponsor:
TC 5.8 Industrial Ventilation
Chair: Alexander M. Zhivov, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Zhivov & Associates, L.L.C., Champaign, IL
With the developments of production processes in the auto manufacturing industry, there is a need to match manufacturing processes with appropriate approaches in HVAC design and ventilation technologies selection. To provide the best working environment while contributing to the overall cost reduction, it is important that those involved in the HVAC design and construction process cooperate throughout all stages of this process. Usually only part of the data for HVAC system design is available when required. So, the design process is partly based on assumptions and further adjustments and revisions when the data becomes available. The seminar addresses specifics of ventilation systems used in auto manufacturing plants.
1. Basics for Design Oil Mist Control Ventilation Systems
Wayne M. Lawton, Member, ARCADIS Giffels, Southfield, MI
2. Air Distribution Systems for Paint Shops
Franc Sodec, P.E., KRANTZ TKT GmbH, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany
3. Body Shop Ventilation Systems
Alexander M. Zhivov, Ph.D., P.E., Member, Zhivov & Associates, L.L.C., Champaign, IL
4. Contaminant Control Systems for Final Assembly
Wayne Lutz, P.E., PlymoVent Corp., Edison, NJ

 


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