AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING, REFRIGERATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING ENGINEERS, INC.1791 Tullie Circle, N.E./Atlanta, GA 30329404-636-8400TC/TG/TRG MINUTES COVER SHEET(Minutes of all TC/TG/TRG Meetings are to be distributed to all persons listed below within 60 days following the meeting.)TC/TG/TRG NO.:TC 4.1DATE:June 27, 2018TC/TG/TRG TITLE: LOAD CALCULATION DATA AND PROCEDURESDATE OF MEETING: June 25, 2018MEMBERS PRESENTLOCATION: Houston, TXYEARAPPTDVotingMEMBERS ABSENTVoting[none]Non- VotingLarry SunSuzanne LeViseurChris WilkinsChip BarnabyJingjuan FengElyse MalherekRolando LegarretaJeff SpitlerJim PeguesDaniel BustamanteTrevor ButlerAmanda J KilbaneSiwei LiMini MalhotraMiguel QuinonesHarjit SinghMinh VuMufeed AlshakhoriLucy AmankwahDavid O AriyoCarsen BanisterAlireza BehfarAmit BhansaliFred S BaumanBenjamin BrannonSonia B BrownMichael P CaseJui-Chen Roger ChangCharlie D CurcijaCarlos DuarteAlan Paul DunlavyPhilip FareseJoseph S FerdelmanDaniel E FisherEnrica GalassoFrancisco AlbaScott HellendrungStephen P KavanaughKen-Ichi KimuraBryan MorrisGabrielle PowellNeeraj Pranavam RaveendranSahil PriyadarshiGhani RamdaniAhmad K. SleitiLaura SouthardRussell D TaylorBranislav B TodorovicEdmund S.W. WongKevin C WoodKe XuYAO YUNon-VotingSteve BruningGlenn FriedmanBob DoeffingerStephen RothRachel SpitlerSom ShresthaLiam BuckleyKen TakahashiRussell D TaylorJason DeGrawScott HellendrungMini MalhotramAkshay BhargavaYEARAPPTDEX-OFFICIO MEMBERS ANDADDITIONAL ATTENDANCESection head: Dennis WesselMike PouchakVisitorsPhillip StephenJames LnwryNavya MadineediArdeshir MoftakhariDISTRIBUTION: All Members of TC/TG/TRGADDITIONAL DISTRIBUTION:TAC Chairman:TAC Section Head:Research Liaison:ALI/PDC:Michael BilderbeckDennis Wessel, P.E.Prof. Xudong YangJames W Bochat2017 HOF:David P. Yuill, P.E.Standard Liaison: James Dale AsweganMgr of Standards: Stephanie ReinicheStaff Liaison:Michael R. Vaughn"These draft minutes have not been approved and are not the official, approved record until approved by thiscommittee."
“Commitment to the ASHRAE Code of Ethics – In this and all other ASHRAE meetings, we willact with honesty, fairness, courtesy, competence, integrity and respect for others, and we shallavoid all real or perceived conflicts of interests. (See full Code of code-of-ethics.)”Agenda for - TC4.1 Load Calculation Data & ProceduresHoustonJune 25, 2018TC4.1 Load Calculation Data and ProceduresMonday, 2:15 PM to 4:15 PMHilton, 3rd Floor, Room 3381.Call to OrderLarry Sun2.Roll CallJingjuan “Dove” Feng3.Introduction of VisitorsLarry Sun4.Approval and/or Corrections to Chicago Meeting MinutesLarry Sun 5.Vote to approve the Chicago minute-2018 (all approved)9-0-0 with Chair votingLiaison CommentsSection HeadDennis Wessels, Electronic handout, see Appendix II Make sure roster is update and accurate Awards nomination available online ASHRAE letterhead use for internal communication 125-yr ASHRAE anniversary, looking for programs ASHRAE MOP is available from the handout Basecamp available for use. If need, connect to ASHRAE staffChapter Technology TransferChristopher AdamsResearchMichael Pouchak Request milestone for work statement Allow 100-word summary statement Include research liaison for minutes, WS and research correspondences Work with research liaison regarding RAC communication Training for project monitoring ASHRAE research training video on website availableHandbookDr. Bass AbushakraALI/PDCJames W. BochatStandards LiaisonJames Dale AsweganStaff, Research/Tech ServicesMichael R. VaughnTAC ChairmanKelley CrammTC 4.1 Web Site: https://tc0401.ashraetcs.org/
6.Research Subcommittee ReportRolando LegarretaCo Sponsor Research TC9.6 1729 update: load research on radiant systemo Majority of the experiment has been completedo About to start more evaluation on implications to RTS and HBM methodso Follow-up meeting need to be scheduled to continue discussiono Experimentation show that peak load for radiant system are higher systematically thanair system, also total heat gain for radiant system is also largero Simulation shows larger increase in load than experimento Steve Bruning mentioned several things to consider: 1. mass-coupled radiant system,hydronic load is different than space load; 2. Ventilation air change rate in radiant spacemaybe lower than used in the experiments. Convection heat transfer rate maybe lowerin radiant system because of lower ACH required RTAR by TC 4.7 on ground heat conduction heat transfer (looking for co-sponsor)o Not sure of the status at TC4.7o Residential load calculation chapter has the most updated data RTAT 1847 updateSee Appendix III for sub-committee meeting minutes7.Programs Subcommittee ReportGlenn Friedman Rachel gave an update:o Workshop on missing linko Seminar on Research project 1792 Future program ideas:o Deadline to submit next meetingo Follow-up workshop on missing link, focusing on YEA. Need some thoughts on what isthe best approach to tackle the workshop. Need to define it.o Recent research on radiant system at university of Berkeley and UT Austin’s work onRP 1729o Load calculations in Atriumo Larry motion, Chris move, Suzanne second: #1 workshop #1, is the radiant research, #3Atrium loado Larry will chair the Missing Link Follow-up Workshop, Rachel and Chris will helpRachel put together the programo Rachel will Chair radiant seminaro Glenn chair the atrium load calculationso Vote 7-0-2 chair voting See Appendix III for sub-committee meeting minutes8.Standards Subcommittee Report No update9.Handbook Subcommittee Report Residential Chapter 17Chip Barnabyo Residential content is oldo Regression may need to be updatedo If update needed, should reach out to the residential committee and 90.2TC 4.1 Web Site: https://tc0401.ashraetcs.org/Glenn Friedman
o Jim to reach out to residential standing committee to let them know we are reviewing the chapterNon-Residential Chap 18Jim Pegueso In the process of review the chaptero Went through the tables and graphs need to be updated in sub-meetingo RP 1729 will likely contribute to handbook update, Dove and Chris to help updateo Update using information from the missing link workshop and the follow-up workshopo Examples for load calculations in the handbook need updateo See Appendix III for sub-committee meeting minutes10. ASHRAE Website for TC4.1 Jim PeguesUp to date11. BIM.MTG Jim PeguesTwo research projects:o use case to support GMXMLo program track: engineers and architectural, co-sponsor with 7.112. Old BusinessLarry Sun13. New BusinessLarry SunJeff Harper approached us to consider a research project to either update RTS to a more teachable formatsomehow matching CLTD or to accept CLTD as teaching tool. Also, the book used in Architectural School forBuilding systems (Walter Gronski) has been keeping the use of CLTD as the teaching method due to itssimplicity and the limited time to teach. Possibility to develop RTAR or Work Statement.14. AdjournmentLarry SunOfficers and voting members for 2017/2018:Larry SunSuzanne LeViseurJingjuan FengJim PeguesGlenn FriedmanRolando LegarretaChris WilkinsJeff SpitlerCharles BarnabyElyse MalherekChairVice ChairSecretaryHandbook Subcommittee Chair /BIM.MTG LiasonStandards/Programs SubC ChairResearch Subcommittee VotingVotingVotingTC 4.1 Web Site: https://tc0401.ashraetcs.org/
MeetingsTC 4.1 Load Calculation Data and ProceduresMonday 2:15pm-4:15pmHilton, 3rd Floor, Room 338TC 4.1 Handbook SubcommitteeSunday 3:00pm-4:00pmHilton, 3rd Floor, Room 340ABTC 4.1 Research SubcommitteeSunday 4:00pm-5:00pmHilton, 3rd Floor, Room 340ABTC 4.1 Programs & Standards SubcommitteesSunday 5:00pm-6:00pmHilton, 3rd Floor, Room 340ABRP-1729 Project Monitoring SubcommitteeRadiant CoolingSunday 8:00am-9:00amHilton, 3rd Floor, Room 337AWorkshop 5Load Calculations Missing Link:Taking Load Calculations ThroughEquipment SizingSunday 1:30-3:00 pmGeorge R. Brown, 3rd Floor, Room 372ADSeminar 61Convective vs. Radiant Load Calculations: AreThey Different?Wednesday 8:00-9:30 amGeorge R. Brown, 3rd Floor, Room 372CFTC 4.1 Web Site: https://tc0401.ashraetcs.org/
AGENDASECTION TC/TG/TRG CHAIR’S BREAKFAST MEETING2018 Annual MeetingHouston, TXSunday, June 24th6:30 A.M. – 8:00 A.M. CDTHilton Hotel – ALL Section meetings located on 4th Floor except for Section MTG section, which ison 3rd floor.Section 1, Grand C Room, 4th FloorSection 3, Grand F Room, 4th FloorSection 5, Grand H Room, 4th FloorSection 7, Grand J Room, 4th FloorSection 9, Grand K Room, 4th FloorSection MTG, Boardroom 334 Room, 3rd FloorSection 2, Grand D Room, 4th FloorSection 4, Grand G Room, 4th FloorSection 6, Grand I Room, 4th FloorSection 8, Grand E Room, 4th FloorSection 10, Grand L Room, 4th FloorI.CALL TO ORDERII.ROLL CALL AND INTRODUCTIONS (5 minutes)III.ADDITIONS AND/OR CHANGES TO THE AGENDA (5 minutes)IV.REVIEW SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS, ACTION ITEMS FROM LAST MEETING, AND NEWISSUES (10 minutes).New Assignments:A. Respond to TAC’s Survey on TC Strengths –Weaknesses – Opportunities – Threats(SWOT) before Wednesday 6/27V.DISTRIBUTE WRITTEN INFORMATION AND REQUESTS FROM SOCIETY LIAISONS TOTC/TG/TRG CHAIRS (30 minutes).Additional Announcements/Reminders;A. NEW!1. 2018-2019 George B. Hightower Award Nominations due to Section Head September 1,2018 & 2018-2019 Service to ASHRAE Research Award Nominations due to ResearchLiaison Sep. 1, 20182. Discuss if TGs, TRGs, and MTGs in section will continue in 18-19 Society Year3. TC members improperly using ASHRAE letterhead – Urgent Request!4. 18-19 Rosters Access & Distribution5. MTGs that have been formed since Chicago Meeting – MTG.EBO (Effective Bldg.Operations)6. Let’s Celebrate ASHRAE’s Technical Excellence Historically!7. Oversight of TC websites with regard to Technical Bulletins (White Papers)8. TC E-mail Position Aliases Annual Update9. TC MOP (Manual of Procedures)10. Distribution of TC minutes changed in TC MOP11. How to Import Your TC Roster Information into MS-Outlook12. Updated TAC Presentation Template Available for TC members to use with local Chapter13. Basecamp Information from ECC14. Notes from TAC / SSPC 90.1 Interface Meeting in Chicago & TC Survey Responses priorto Chicago.B. AT THIS MEETING1. On-Site Training Options – Incoming TC Chair Training on Duties and Responsibilities2. Location of Section Head Mailboxes & Free Wi-Fi Access at this Society Meeting3. RPM (Remote Participation Meetings)Page 1 of 19
Announcements and Reminders for TC/TG/TRG & MTG Chairs Houston 2018C. UPCOMING DEADLINES1. TC Activity Forms for the Houston Meeting are Due to Section Heads beforeWednesday,6/26/182. Seminar and Forum proposals for Atlanta are due by Friday, August 3, 2018D. REMINDERS1. 2018-2019 Rosters Access & Distribution2. Useful TC/TG/TRG/MTG Chair Information and forms on ASHRAE Website3. Request for each TC to review ASHRAE Code of Ethics at start of TC meeting4. Make Special Effort to Welcome New Members and Visitors (Potential Members) to TCMeeting5. Option for TC Subcommittee Meetings via Conference Calls and Web Meetings6. Is you TC Website Up-to-date?7. 18-19 TC Master Calendar – Now Available through GoogleE. RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS1. CEC’s Standing Request for Future Society Meeting Program Track Suggestions2. CEC Seeks TC Volunteers willing to Support Content Development and QualityControl for Society Technical Program at Society Meetings3. The Professional Development Committee (PDC) is seeking ideas for new ASHRAELearning Institute (ALI) coursesF. CURRENT & UPCOMING ASHRAE CONFERENCE PROGRAMS1. Program Focus of Houston Meeting2. Atlanta Meeting – January 12 – 16, 2019 – Early this year! Plan ahead!3. Kansas City Meeting – June 22 – 26, 2019G. OTHER UPCOMING WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCESSee Announcements & Reminders for listVIII.REMARKS FROM SOCIETY LIAISONS TO TC/TG/TRG CHAIRSLiaison members from Research Administration, ASHRAE Program, Handbook, Standards, andother standing committees will have an opportunity to describe their committee activities that relateto the TC/TG/TRG functions, if time permits. Written announcements must be provided as aminimum by liaisons in order to have an opportunity to speak at this meeting.ADJOURNPage 2 of 19
Announcements and Reminders for TC/TG/TRG & MTG Chairs Houston 2018Announcements and Reminders for TC/TG/TRG & MTG ChairsHouston 2018A. NEW!1. Nominations for Hightower and Service to ASHRAE Research Awards dueSeptember 1, 2018 to SH & RL, respectively.2. Discuss and confirm that TGs, TRGs, and MTGs in section will continue in 18-19Society YearTBD3. URGENT Request – Some TC members recently began to improperly useASHRAE Letterhead to submit Comments on Standards and Codes in PublicReview, which implies to the code authority or standard writing organization thatit is an official comment of ASHRAEFor Standards and Codes there is a clear process. It comes through with a vote by theTC to the Manager of Standards (MOS) and then the ASHRAE President has to approveit before it is submitted. If denied, each TC member can still submit their comments asindividuals, but not on ASHRAE letterhead.4. 18-19 Rosters Access & Distribution - Remember, the current 2017-2018 roster foryour TC, TG or MTG is in effect until after the June meeting this year – throughSaturday, June 30th.By now, each TC, TG and MTG chair should have received a PDF & MS-Excel file oftheir new 2018-2019 roster from their Section Head or staff for distribution to thecommittee. In addition, each member can view all of the rosters of their committees onthe ASHRAE Website. Go to www.ashrae.org http://www.ashrae.org and log-in (if youhave not logged in lately, you might need to set up a new username and password),click on the "Membership” tab in the header, Go to the “My ASHRAE” section of theMembership page and click on "My Participation" text, and scroll down to the “Manage”link. Click on the "Committees” link in the left sidebar. Now, you should see all of thecommittees that you are a member of will appear. Click on the "blue" roster text on theright hand side of a committee name to reveal the roster in various file formatsThe Provisional Corresponding Member (PCM) position is a relatively new position onTC/TG/TRG rosters. This position allows potential new members to be added by staff tothe committee roster any time a request for membership is made by an individual. Theposition has a 2-year term on the committee. Staff will notify the chair and reissue a newroster to the committee chair any time a provisional member is added. The TC/TG/TRGchair has the option each year during the regular roster update process to convertprovisional CMs that have been active participants on the committee the past year intoregular CMs or voting members or drop them. If no action is taken, they will time expirefrom the roster and be removed by staff.Page 3 of 19
Announcements and Reminders for TC/TG/TRG & MTG Chairs Houston 20185. MTG.EBO (Effective Building Operations)Scope: MTG.EBO will coordinate the activities of multiple TC/TG/TRG and otherstakeholders in the area of training and tools to support the operation of buildings toenhance the indoor environment and use energy effectively. Responsibility will includesuggestions for research as well as development of technical programs and specialpublications on effective building operation for energy management.The initial MTG roster includes Voting Representatives and Alternates for TCs 1.4(Control Theory and Application), 7.3 (Operation and Maintenance Management) 7.8(Owning and Operating Costs) and GPC 1.3 (Building Operation and MaintenanceTraining for the HVAC&R Commissioning Process)Other TCs GPCs, and SPCs may also now wish to participate in this MTG with a VotingRepresentative and Alternate(s) given its scope and charge.6. Let’s Celebrate ASHRAE’s Technical Excellence Historically!ASHRAE is highly regarded for its technological advances. Consider that theseadvances evolved from the efforts of our predecessors and you, and the currentmembers of ASHRAE’s Technical Committees in advancing HVAC&R technology arebuilding on a deep foundation. So, what is the historical foundation of your TechnicalCommittee specialty? ASHRAE will be celebrating its 125th anniversary in a coupleyears. The Historical Committee has a project to publish articles in the ASHRAE Journaland organize paper presentations celebrating our technical heritage for the anniversary.We plan to emphasize technical advances after 1920. Can you help with an article or apaper or can your TC organize and sponsor a program session for the 2019-2020meetings?Here is a list of topics that TC members have already suggested. Development of open communication protocols such as BACNET.Modern improvements in psychrometrics (Goff & Gratch).History and effect of the Environmental movement on our technology. Howtechnology and equipment has improved the indoor environment.The refrigerant revolutionSolving the problems of “sick buildings.”The re-discovery of past technology and its application today (such as districtenergy, hydrocarbon refrigerants, off peak energy storage, “total energy”systems, etc.)History of the application of electronics to HVAC&R technology.ASHRAE’s long history in applying innovative technology.History and importance of frozen food technology.All of these topics and others you may think of need to be written up and/or presented bysomeone.How about YOU?Page 4 of 19
Announcements and Reminders for TC/TG/TRG & MTG Chairs Houston 2018If you can’t write a paper, the Historical Committee is also interested in suggestions forthe best ASHRAE technical papers since 1995.The 125th anniversary will be celebrated at the 2019 Annual meeting and the 2020winter and Annual meetings. The Historical Committee has been charged with theresponsibility of organizing Society and industry history projects for the 125th. If youwould like to submit an article or a paper organize a program session, or suggest thebest technical paper(s) since 1995, contact Chris Preyor, email@example.com.There is a deadline – please submit abstracts or outlines before December 7, 2018 forconsideration for the Orlando 2020 or Austin 2020 meetings.7. Oversight of TC websites with regard to Technical Bulletins (White Papers) andalignment with Society positions, policy, or opinionsTCs are allowed to develop Technical Bulletins - A Technical Bulletin does not resultfrom a technical meeting and is a brief 1-2 page statement on a special interestHVAC&R topic that has been developed by either a technical or grassroots committee ofASHRAE. After the TC approves the Technical Bulletin, TAC is responsible forcoordinating a peer review by a minimum of three persons with expertise in the field ofthe bulletin before it can be posted. In addition, ASHRAE’s policy for websites states thefollowing: “4 (3) f. Statements and presentations may not appear on web sites thatstate, purport, or imply that they present ASHRAE positions, policy, or opinions.”8. TC E-mail Position Aliases Annual UpdateSY 17-18 TC Position e-mail alias addresses for the mandatory positions of theTechnical Committee management team (Secretary, Standards Sub. Chair, ProgramSub. Chair, Handbook Sub. Chair, and Webmaster) will stay in effect until July 1st. The17-18 E-mail Alias list with these position aliases is posted on the ASHRAE websitewww.ashrae.org/TCs under the heading Procedures, Forms & Information forTCs/TGs/MTGs and TRGs. The new SY 18-19 E-mail Alias list will be posted in thesame location shortly after the Houston meeting.9. TC MOP (Manual of Procedures)TAC has restructured the TC MOP so that it is easier to navigate and find information.The new TC MOP can be found on the ASHRAE website www.ashrae.org/TCs underthe heading Procedures, Forms & Information for TCs/TGs/MTGs and TRGs.10. Distribution of TC minutes changed in TC MOPThe TC MOP and TC/TG/MTG/TRG Minutes
Page 1 of 19 AGENDA SECTION TC/TG/TRG CHAIR’S BREAKFAST MEETING 2018 Annual Meeting Houston, TX Sunday, June 24th 6:30 A.M. – 8:00 A.M. CDT Hilton Hotel – ALL Section meetings located on 4th Floor except for Section MTG section, which is on 3rd floor. Section 1, Grand C Room, 4th Floor Section 2, Grand D Room, 4th Floor Section 3, Grand F Room, 4th Floor Section 4, Grand G Room, 4th Floor
o One of the referenced standards is ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2007 Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. 11/22/2010 2 ASHRAE The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers Is a nationally recognized engineering organization
This report describes the vision held by members of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. This vision is of a future when buildings will produce as much energy as they use. These are net zero energy buildings (NZEBs). We believe such buildings can be market-viable by the year 2030.
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FOR INDUSTRIAL HEATING OF AIR AND GAS UP TO 800 C (1470 F) Traditional heating cassettes are commonly equipped with tubular heating elements as the heating source. The design of these elements limits the maximum reachable air/gas temperature to about 600 C (1110 F). With the state of art heating element design used in our Kanthal heating .
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HFC refrigerant. The units are factory tested in both heating and cooling modes. These units meet the DOE-2018 (Department of Energy), ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers) 90.1-2016, and IECC-2015* (International Energy Conservation Code) minimum ef ficiency requirements. Models with two-stage .