For years, HVAC engineers have been trained to provide “reactive” designs. After the architect determines a building's layout, the HVAC engineer designs a comfort system to fit. The result has been that the HVAC engineer has had little opportunity to influence overall building design to reduce HVAC and energy requirements and increase indoor comfort. This process has to change if the HVAC building-design industry has any hope of creating a real collaborative integrated design ...

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