ASHRAE Conference to Focus on High Efficiency, Energy Conservation and Facts vs. Simulation
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April 12 -- How to improve building systems-from moisture issues to ventilation-including high efficiency HVAC&R systems and ventilation systems, will be an important focus of the technical program at ASHRAE's 2010 Annual Conference, June 26-30 in Albuquerque, N.M.
The technical program will begin Sunday, June 27, at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The program features 10 technical paper sessions (with 29 papers presented), 16 conference paper sessions (40 papers presented), 61 seminars, 10 forums and one technical plenary session for a total of 98 sessions and 69 meeting papers.
The program is divided into seven tracks. The tracks with the most number of programs are: High Efficiency HVAC&R Systems, Energy Facts vs. Simulation, Living with HVAC&R Systems, Energy Conservation vs. New Generation and Ventilation Systems.
"The program is strong in presentations that are market-based, addressing existing technology, systems and equipment, giving attendees more practical, hands-on knowledge that they can use daily in their professions," said Kirk Mescher, conference program chair.
For a complete listing of the technical program, visit www.ashrae.org/newmexico
Conference registrants will also be able to experience the technical program through the Virtual Conference. Participants of the Virtual Conference can view and listen to programs on their own schedule, post comments and view presenters' responses. Access to the Virtual Conference is included with paid conference registration or can be purchased separately.
Advance conference registration is $515 (ASHRAE member) and $680 (non-member) by May 31. Virtual Conference registration is $299 (ASHRAE member) and $464 (non-member). To register or for more information, go to www.ashrae.org/newmexico