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ASHRAE announces technical programme for Annual Conference

The June 22 -26 conference will focus on optimising design and performance of buildings

| | Apr 28, 2019 | 4:36 pm
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Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 28 April 2019: The 2019 ASHRAE Annual Conference technical programme will provide practitioners with topical, in-depth educational tracks to optimise the design and performance of buildings. The conference will take place from June 22 to 26 in Kansas City, Missouri, in the United States.

The five-day conference includes eight conference tracks, tours, social events and a keynote message from Mike Massimino, former NASA astronaut, Senior Advisor for Space Programs for the Intrepid Museum and the author of Spaceman. Additionally, 2019-20 ASHRAE President Darryl Boyce, P.Eng., Fellow ASHRAE, Life Member, will present the Society theme for the coming year during the President’s Luncheon on June 24.

Registration is open for the conference, which is scheduled to take place at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown and Kansas City Convention Center. With the global movement towards sustainable energy, the HVAC&R industry is ever-changing,” said Carrie Anne Monplaisir, Chair of the 2019 Annual Conference. “We continue to face new challenges as we adapt our designs, codes and technology to fit this constantly changing criteria. The 2019 ASHRAE Annual Conference aims to address these challenges and offer best practices, lessons learned and innovative design strategies to be applied in a wide range of topics.”

The much-anticipated Commissioning New & Existing Buildings track will address topics surrounding low-energy and zero-energy buildings, as they become more prevalent. The Modeling Throughout the Building Life Cycle track will examine how the demands of energy efficient operation brought about the need for modelling of part-load operation for a variety of off-design conditions.

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