Bluegrass Chapter Meeting

Meeting Title: Psychometrics, Dehumidification Equipments & App
Meeting Details:

“Psychometrics, Dehumidification Equipments and their Application”

We will meet at the Campbell House for a hot lunch and presentation, beginning at 12:00.  The cost will be $15 per member, $20 per non-member, and $5 for students.

Rarely is an industry trade journal published today without at least one article included concerning the topic of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), or Humidity Control within a building, or Mold.  Whether the subject of the article is a school, an office building or a public assembly building, chances are the origin of the IAQ problems stem from excessive moisture in the space.  Excessive moisture in the space can either come from water infiltration (leaking pipes or poor integrity of the building envelope), or it comes from uncontrolled, unconditioned ventilation introduced into the space.  This presentation pertains to the latter of these two sources.  With the air conditioning technologies available, and the published ambient design data available through ASHRAE today, appropriate HVAC systems can be properly designed to adequately control not just the temperature in the spaces, but also the humidity.

Presented by:

R. Mark Nunnelly, PE, CxA, LEED AP

Nunnelly & Associates, Inc.

Mark Nunnelly is a mechanical engineering graduate of Auburn University, is a registered professional engineer and is a LEED Accredited Professional.  He has been involved in the construction, engineering and HVAC industry for over 30 years.  Over the last thirteen years, his involvement with projects has primarily pertained to Commissioning, Retro-commissioning, humidity control, and energy management for commercial, institutional and industrial buildings.  Mark is certified as a Commissioning Authority (CxA) through the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG).  He has presented numerous training seminars on Commissioning, Dehumidification Technologies (desiccant and mechanical-based) and their applications, as well as Psychrometrics and designing for proper humidity control.  He has been a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) for over 27 years.  Mark is a past President for the Birmingham, AL chapter, has recently served as Chairman for the Society’s Membership Promotion Committee and on the Environmental Health Committee.  Mark is recognized as one of ASHRAE’s Distinguished Lecturers and has conducted training seminars internationally and domestically.

 The Campbell House is located on the corner of S. Broadway and Mason Headley Rd.

Meeting Start: March 16, 2012, noon
Meeting End: March 16, 2012, 1 p.m.
Location Details:http://www.bluegrassashrae.org/events-schedule/meeting-locations/campbell-house-lexington/
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