Event: Air Movement for Energy-Efficient Comfort in Conditioned Spaces (Past)

when:
Thursday, 23 June, 2016
18.30 Registration
19:00 Starts
 

Add to Calendar 2016-06-23 18:30:00 2016-06-23 20:30:00 Asia/Hong_Kong Air Movement for Energy-Efficient Comfort in Conditioned Spaces 19:00 Start of the Technical Seminar. As we move increasingly towards market viable net-zero buildings, it could be important to reevaluate the role that typical building components play in a facility’s energy efficiency. Mr. Andy Chou from Big Ass Solutions will provide a 50 minutes presentation to share the knowledge of air movement for energy-efficient comfort in conditioned spaces. Air movement allows a reduction of air conditioning capacity and ductwork. In the winter, low speed air circulation redirects heated air trapped at the ceiling, resulting in significant energy savings. Project teams working on net-zero buildings have proven the effectiveness of incorporating air movement in building plans as part of an integrated design strategy. ASHRAE 55 has highlighted the impact of elevated air speed on thermal comfort, and in recent years innovative designs have reestablished air movement as an integral part of occupant comfort and energy conservation. Furthermore, recent changes to Appendix G of ASHRAE 90.1 allow the inclusion of energy savings from using elevated air speed in energy simulations. Lecture Theatre 1, Hong Kong Productivity Council, HKPC Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong Platinum HK contact@platinumhk.org


what:
As we move increasingly towards market viable net-zero buildings, it could be important to reevaluate the role that typical building components play in a facility’s energy efficiency.

Mr. Andy Chou from Big Ass Solutions will provide a 50 minutes presentation to share the knowledge of air movement for energy-efficient comfort in conditioned spaces. Air movement allows a reduction of air conditioning capacity and ductwork. In the winter, low speed air circulation redirects heated air trapped at the ceiling, resulting in significant energy savings. Project teams working on net-zero buildings have proven the effectiveness of incorporating air movement in building plans as part of an integrated design strategy. 

ASHRAE 55 has highlighted the impact of elevated air speed on thermal comfort, and in recent years innovative designs have reestablished air movement as an integral part of occupant comfort and energy conservation. Furthermore, recent changes to Appendix G of ASHRAE 90.1 allow the inclusion of energy savings from using elevated air speed in energy simulations.

education:
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour
1 GBCI LEED Specific BD+C

speakers:
Mr. Andy Chou, East Asia Managing Director of Big Ass Fans
Mr. Andy Chou is the East Asia Managing Director for Big Ass Fans, the preeminent designer, manufacturer and global market leader for large diameter ceiling fans and high-tech residential fans.

where:
Lecture Theatre 1
Hong Kong Productivity Council
HKPC Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong

cost:
Platinum members: Free
Student: Free
Members from supporting organization: HKD 50
Non-members: HKD 100

rsvp:
Due to high demand, all registrations must be done online below. No registration allowed at the door.

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