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Registration fees: By Jan. 2, 2018: $184 (ASHRAE Member $139) | After Jan. 2, 2018: $214 (ASHRAE Member $169)
Completion of each course earns 3 PDHs/AIA LUs or .3 (check with your state for their continuing education credit
requirements)

SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 2018

MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2018

Air-to-Air Energy Recovery Applications: Best Practices
(code 62)
3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., McCormick Place
Air-to-air energy recovery provides one of the most cost-effective
and efficient ways to recycle waste energy and create superior
indoor environments. This course reviews real-world examples
of where and how air-to-air energy recovery technologies are
integrated into some common, commercially available systems.
Particular configurations often used in high-performance buildings
and how they can meet strict goals for IEQ, energy efficiency,
and thermal comfort will be examined with respect to established
performance metrics, peak performance results, and annual energy
savings.
Instructor: Paul Pieper, P.Eng., Member ASHRAE

Designing High-Performance Healthcare HVAC Systems
(code 66)
8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., McCormick Place
This advanced course discusses the nuances of HVAC system
design for healthcare facilities. The course details the relationship
of infection control and HVAC design, including application of
ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170-2013, Ventilation of Health
Care Facilities. The course discusses in detail the interactions
of the key elements of high performance in healthcare, infection
control, comfort, reliability, safety, maintenance, energy, and
sustainability. Numerous energy conservation strategies are
discussed in the context of achieving all the goals of a highperforming hospital. For example, the hardware and controls
for setback of temperature and airflow and the relationship
to temperature, relative humidity, air exchange, filtration, and
pressurization requirements are discussed.
Instructor: Daniel Koenigshofer, P.E., Member ASHRAE, HFDP

Laboratory Design: The Basics and Beyond (code 63)
3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., McCormick Place
A comprehensive overview of HVAC design for laboratories is
examined in this course. The course focuses on the essential
elements of the design process that are unique to laboratory HVAC
systems. Topics include planning steps, determining exhaust/
supply requirements, load calculation, pressure mapping, evaluating
system options, layout of ducts and rooms, sizing primary air
systems, designing exhaust stacks, sustainability in laboratories,
and control strategies. Example problems and case studies will also
be presented.
Instructor: John Varley, P.E., Member ASHRAE, HBDP,
LEED® AP
New ASHRAE-Classified Refrigerants to Meet Society's
Changing Needs (code 64)
3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., McCormick Place
ASHRAE Standard 34 maintains a list of refrigerants with a
standardized system of assigned refrigerant numbers and welldefined safety classifications, including toxicity and flammability
ratings. This ever-growing list of refrigerants currently includes
161 chemicals and chemical blends that have been proposed
for use as refrigerants. This course explains how the changing
needs of society are creating requirements for new refrigerants
to be developed and used. The course also explains the new
safety classifications that are being proposed and some of the
ramifications of these new classifications.
Instructor: Thomas Leck, Ph.D., P.E., Member ASHRAE
NEW! Understanding and Designing Chilled-Beam
Systems (code 65)
3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., McCormick Place
This course is primarily designed for mechanical engineers with at
least three years of experience in the design of commercial HVAC
systems. Learn the HVAC fundamentals as they relate to chilledbeam system design. The course enables attendees to discuss the
system benefits, identify suitable applications, and design chilledbeam systems to optimize the energy and operational benefits.
Properly identifying and controlling equipment and components
that optimize design are also major components of this course.
This course is intended to educate the attendees so that they can
decide whether claims regarding the operation and costs of chilledbeam systems are justified.
Instructor: Ken Loudermilk, P.E., Member ASHRAE

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Energy Management Best Practices (code 67)
8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., McCormick Place
Buildings use 41% of U.S. energy, of which one-third can be
practically saved. This course discusses the principles of energy
management and also includes example problems, which are
solved collaboratively by the class. This reinforces key points in the
presentation and results in a more in-depth learning experience.
Students will learn emissions factors in different geographic
regions and how to develop the carbon footprint of a building. At
the completion of the course, students are prepared to evaluate a
reduced emissions program and the cost-effectiveness produced
by key energy management practices.
Instructor: Richard Pearson, P.E., Fellow/Life Member ASHRAE
High-Performance Building Design: Applications and Future
Trends (code 68)
8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., McCormick Place
This course presents the applications of new technologies and
design concepts to achieve the goal of high-performance buildings,
including net zero or nearly net zero energy buildings. The course
discusses exactly what a high-performance building is from the
perspective of various stakeholders. High performance is more
than just energy efficiency, and this course addresses issues and
methods for providing high performance in areas beyond energy
efficiency, such as indoor environmental quality. The course
describes future trends toward high-performance buildings across
the globe, and quickly summarizes how ASHRAE standards
(existing and those in development) address these topics.
Instructor: Tom Lawrence, Ph.D., Member ASHRAE, LEED® AP
ASHRAE Guideline 0: The Commissioning Process (code 69)
2:45 p.m.-5:45 p.m., McCormick Place
This course is ideal for building owners, facility managers, design
engineers, building designers, architects, equipment manufacturers,
and others interested in the commissioning process as defined
by ASHRAE Guideline 0. The course focuses on commissioning
objectives, activities, and deliverables. This is an entry-level course
that will provide an understanding of the ASHRAE commissioning
process for new construction. The course may be complimented
by attending a more advanced course (such as ASHRAE's full-day
HVAC and/or enclosure commissioning course).
Instructor: Walter Grondzik, P.E., Fellow/Life ASHRAE, LEED® AP



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