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Aug 02, 2015

'Lunching and Learning': Food for Thought on Campus Chilled-Water Design

In "Lunching and Learning: A Civil Engineer’s View of a Campus Chilled-Water System," a fictional conversation about a system that may or may not be....More
May 01, 2015

The Return of Johnny Tundra, Cold-Weather Engineer1

Fifteen years ago, Ron Wilkinson became a commissioning authority. At the time, most commissioning case studies focused on problems of moisture....More
Nov 13, 2014

Ebola Outbreak Puts Hospital Protocols Under the Microscope

If you have picked up a newspaper, logged on to a news site, or turned on the evening news of late, you no doubt are aware of the recent epidemic of....More
Oct 09, 2014

HVACR Content: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

In 1975, Bill Acker was fresh out of college, working as an engineering draftsman. He was hired to do industrial HVAC work, but soon was asked to....More
Nov 20, 2013

Urine Power: The Wave of the Future?1

When it comes to sustainable energy sources, I have heard of wind, I have heard of solar, and I have heard of geothermal. But urine?....More
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