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ASHRAEASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers. Chapter Technical Transfer Committee Chair Marco Ottavino, B.Eng Student Activities Chair Vadim Vatoutine, B.Eng.
About ASHRAE About ASHRAE ASHRAE Mission: To advance the arts and sciences of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigerating to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world. ASHRAE Vision: ASHRAE will be the global leader, the foremost source of technical information, and the primary provider of opportunity for professional sciences of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigerating.
Join ASHRAE If You Are Interested In: Join ASHRAE If You Are Interested In: Comfort Environment Energy conservation Heating/cooling/refrigeration Standards Projects having a direct impact on society Design of green/innovative thermal systems Building systems
Student Member Benefits Student Member Benefits Networking – meet industry leaders! Leadership development – develop leadership potential and enhance your resume! Access to Publications – receive the monthly ASHRAE Journal and Insights newsletter providing the latest industry cutting edge technology information! Compliment your classroom learning through other great ASHRAE publications as well! Career assistance – find a job or internship! Discounts on certain ASHRAE Books & Publications Free Annual & Winter Meeting Registration Career Assistance Scholarships Grants Design Competition
Grants ASHRAE has two grant programs. They are: Senior Undergraduate Project Grants: Awarded annually to colleges and universities all over the world participating in senior undergraduate projects. The program is designed to further support undergraduate research. The maximum amount awarded per institution is $5,000. Grant-in-Aid (graduate students only): A Grant-in-Aid is a grant of funds to a full-time graduate student of ASHRAE-related technologies. They are awarded once a year for use the following year and are in the amount of $10,000. There are 10-25 awards made annually.
Monthly Dinner Meetings Incredible Learning Experience Fantastic Networking Opportunity Great Meal for a Low Cost Awesome Guest Speakers
Student Design Competition ASHRAE’s Student Design Project Competition is a great way to apply what you are learning in the classroom, work with a team, and win money!
Design Competition Outline Competition Specifications 2011 Competition Judging Criteria Student Submissions Evaluation Schedule Awards and Recognition Value in Participating
Competition Categories HVAC Systems Design HVAC Systems Selection Integrated Sustainable Building Design (ISBD)* Focus of 2011 Competition and Requirements
HVAC Systems Design For students who have attended 1-2 HVAC courses Focuses on "right-sizing" HVAC equipment and systems to provide an energy-efficient design for the facility Students are required to determine heating and cooling loads, and design an HVAC system Students must demonstrate compliance with ASHRAE Standards: – 55-2004 – 62.1-2007 – 90.1- 2007
HVAC Systems Selection For students at schools completing a dedicated HVAC or building environmental systems curriculum The project encourages students with a solid HVAC base to: – use life-cycle cost process – incorporate ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2009 - Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings – Incorporate US Green Building Council's LEED™ Rating System or equivalent
Integrated Sustainable Building Design (ISBD) For a multidisciplinary team to include students in engineering, architecture, technology, and other allied fields Teams are asked to design a sustainable or “net zero” energy building Students will be asked to document select LEED credits (or an equivalent) measure the design Emphasis on whole-building design: – integrating architectural, construction, mechanical, electrical and other technical disciplines
2011 Competition Facility: The Drake Well Museum Location: Titusville, Pennsylvania Site History: Edwin L. Drake drilled the world's first oil well in 1859 and launched the modern petroleum industry
Specifications The 20,000 ft 2 (1858 m 2 ) Drake Well Museum consists of the following spaces: Research Center (2,725 ft 2 / 253 m 2 ) consisting of collections storage, collections work room, library, darkroom, research room and restroom. Education Center (1,500 ft 2 /139 m 2 ) consisting of an education room for school groups, storage, media/distance learning work area and restroom. Administrative Offices (1,700 ft 2 /158 m 2 ) which includes the Director's office, conference room, records storage, copy, open offices and a staff lounge. Changing Exhibits Gallery (680 ft 2 /63 m 2 ) Main Exhibit Gallery (4,700 ft 2 /437 m 2 ) Auditorium (2,000 ft 2 /185 m 2 ) Visitor Services (500 ft 2 /46 m 2 ) Entrance Lobby (1,700 ft 2 /158 m 2 )
Awards 1 st Place: $2,000 plus a representative from the team will receive free transportation & lodging at the ASHRAE 2012 Winter Meeting in Chicago, Illinois (+ $100 Spending) 2 nd and 3 rd Place: A representative from the team will receive free transportation & lodging at the ASHRAE 2012 Winter Meeting in Chicago, Illinois (+ $100 Spending) Rising Star: A representative from the team will receive free transportation & lodging at the ASHRAE 2012 Winter Meeting in Chicago, Illinois
Why Participate? Become involved in this dynamic profession – HVAC/R, Green Building Design, Building Science and Technology Apply your technical/academic knowledge for practical use Exercise Teamwork Compete on an international level receive global recognition Learn, interpret and understand ASHRAE (and similar) Standards Expand your industry network Become a more well-rounded student and future professional
Contacts Thanks for your attention and support of ASHRAE Toronto… Vadim Vatoutine, SA Comity, ASHRAE Toronto E: email@example.com@gmail.com