April 19, 2012 1:00PM - 4:00PM EDT
Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems:
A Path to Balancing Energy and IEQ
Hear leading experts discuss the role of Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems in the overall HVAC system and describe various DOAS equipment configurations, characteristics, and applications. This webcast will identify common design and operational pitfalls, and cover challenges unique to DOAS.
|Ron Jarnagin, 2011-12 |
Staff Scientist | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory | Richland, WA
|Tim McGinn, P.E., LEED AP|
Principal | DIALOG | Calgary, AB, Canada
|Stan Mumma, Ph. D., P.E. |
Professor Emeritus | Pennsylvania State University | University Park, PA
|John Murphy, LEED AP |
Applications Engineer | Trane |
La Crosse, WI
How to Particpate
- You may register to view the Webcast on your PC
- You may host a webcast viewing site for your colleagues
- View the webcast at a site
Three (3) Professional Development Hours (PHDs) or three (3) AIA Learning Units may be awarded to viewers who complete the "Participant Reaction Form" by May 3, 2012.
Watch FREE at Lear Auditorium (UTLC Bldg.) at Lawrence Technological University
21000 West Ten Mile Rd., Southfield, MI www.ltu.edu
For more information about the program, presenters, continuing education credits, sponsorships, and DOAS resources please visit us at www.ashrae.org/doaswebcast.