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Lecture Series: Thermally Active Structures for Green Building

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Event:
Lecture Series: Thermally Active Structures for Green Building
Date:
March 24, 2016 4:30 pm
Category:
Organizer:
ASHRAE NY CHAPTER
Phone:
973-641-4419
jr@wea-inc.com
Updated:
December 22, 2015
Venue:
SYSKA HENNESSY GROUP
Address:
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1515 Broadway, New York, 10036, United States

Please join us to our second lecture series of the year 2015-2016

“Thermally Active Structures for Green Building”

Thermally active structure is an evolving strategy that has become a popular system in green buildings.  Originally implemented for heating only, as radiant heating floors, this strategy has, over the past 20 years been implemented also as a cooling strategy.  The addition of cooling capability adds a number of design constraints and potential operational problems to the successful implementation of the system.  This presentation explores the many design, construction and operational  issues of thermally active heating and cooling structures.  Issues addressed include

  • Most effective applications of the technology
  • Design tools
  • Case studies of successful implementations
  • Design issues
  • Constraints and limitations
  • Construction issues
  • Operational Issues
  • How-to tips

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Thermally Active Structures for Green Building