Meetings

Omaha & Lincoln Section Meeting

Chilled Water Plant Design with Roy Hubbard

Zoom Meeting, Link provided upon registration and payment

Tuesday, February 9th; presentation starts at 12:00 p.m.

This presentation will cover the following topics related to chiller plant design:

  • The 3 basic piping systems and operation of each
  • VSD control layers
  • Low deltaT syndrome - causes, effects, and solutions
  • Design and Control Considerations
  • Advising the owner/engineer


For almost 40 years, Roy was part of Johnson Controls Building Efficiency Business (formerly York), which provides commercial, industrial, and institutional air conditioning systems, controls, and service. In his time at Johnson Controls, he has worn many caps and is considered an expert when it comes to energy and energy calculations. Roy has authored numerous articles on energy topics in several publications including Engineered Systems, The Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration News, and Plant Engineering to name a few.

Past Meetings

Omaha and Lincoln January Meeting

See link in Past Presentations tab to the left to view previous meeting recordings and slides.

 

Upcoming Nebraska ASHRAE Meetings and Events

 

Omaha 

(Topics subject to change)

January 12th: Technology Transformation (ASHRAE Society Leadership Panel)

February 9th: Chilled Water Systems Design

March 9th: Leadership Lessons from Not Your "Typical Engineer"

April 13th: UNL Faculty Presentation (Topic TBD)

May 11th: Brewery Tour

Lincoln 

(Topics subject to change)

January 12th: Technology Transformation (ASHRAE Society Leadership Panel)

February 9th: Chilled Water Systems Design

March 9th: Leadership Lessons from Not Your "Typical Engineer"

April 13th: UNL Faculty Presentation (Topic TBD)

May 11th: Brewery Tour

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