STUDENT ACTIVITY & YEA DISTINGUISHED LECTURER MORNING

  • 03 Oct 2012
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Oakham House, Ryerson University - Room A/B (2nd Floor)
  • 12

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  • *Please note - Valid student ID from your respective school must be shown when signing in at the door.

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Notice of Meeting


Breakfast Meeting Details
NO Walk-In Registrations will be Permitted

Date:  Wednesday October 3rd, 2012
 
  

 
Venue:

Ryerson University – Oakham House  Room A/B (2nd Floor)


 
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Time  9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
 
Cost:  Free
 



 

We ask that you pre-register for event at your earliest convenience online at www.torontoashrae.com, select “Meeting Registration and Calendar” from the left tab and then “Register” button for the ASHRAE Toronto – October 3rd, 2012 Morning Session.  You may also still register through the ASHRAE chapter office (Sabrina Tai - 905 602 4714 or stai@hrai.ca). Walk-in registrations may be permitted for this event depending on available space – no garantees.


Distinguished Lecture: Effective Room Air Distribution



Register for the first Distinguished Lecture of the year!

On October 3rd, join ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Student Activity and Young Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA) for the distinguished lecture session. Dan Int-Hout as he speaks about effective air distribution and under floor air systems (UFAD). Dan will discuss the new LEED v 2.2 and some of the significant changes that have resulted in Air Distribution, IAQ and Comfort.

Summary:

Expectations of building occupants are on the rise, designers must be aware of the conflicts between first cost economics, occupant productivity and life cycle costs. Buildings that do not meet the needs of the occupants often result in expensive redesign or worse, result in lawsuits against all parties involved. While most overhead air distribution has been able to provide comfort at a low cost, building owners are choosing an under floor air system for flexibility, connectivity and sustainability. This session will discuss raised floor and UFAD systems.

 

Guest Speaker:




Mr. Dan Int-Hout, Chief Engineer, Krueger, is responsible for the presentation of technical data and advanced application engineering for the Grilles, Registers and Diffusers, as well as the VAV air terminals, produced by Krueger.  Mr. Int-Hout originally joined Krueger in 1981, but has had several other jobs in the industry, in engineering, marketing and product research roles, with Owens Corning Fiberglas, Carrier, Titus and Environmental Technologies.  Mr. Int-Hout has been in the air distribution research and design business since 1973, has a Masters degree in Business Management from Central Michigan University, and a Bachelors degree in Biology and Physics from Denison University. 

Mr. Int-Hout has written over thirty technical papers and articles on VAV system performance, acoustics, air diffusion, controls and occupant comfort.  He was recently Chairman of both ASHRAE Technical and Standards Committees on Thermal Comfort, is a past Chairman of several other related ASHRAE Technical and Standards Committees, as well as ASHRAE Standards and Environmental Health Committees.  He received the ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award in 1993.  He is currently the Chairman of the ARI Committee on Applied Acoustics (885) and Chair of ISO 205 U.S. Panel on Thermal Comfort. He is presently a member of the ASHRAE Technical Activities Committee (TAC).

Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following members for further details:

Mike Genin

ASHRAE Toronto Young Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA) Chair

(mgenin@gpainc.ca)

Michael McEvenue

ASHRAE Toronto Student Activity Chair

(m.a.m.designs@gmail.com)



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