March Lunch Meeting - Airflow Measurement for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality

  • 05 Mar 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Byron's Southend, 101 W. Worthington Avenue, Suite 110 Charlotte, NC 28203
  • 119


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TOPIC: Airflow Measurement for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality


    By: David Dougan

Learning Objectives:    

Outdoor Airflow Measurement and Control

ASHRAE 62.1 Requirements

Factors that influence intake flow rates: Fan speed, Wind Pressure, Stack Pressure, Damper hysteresis (binding and deterioration)

Demand Control Ventilation: DCV and ASHRAE 62.1, Traditional CO2 - DVC, Improving DCV with airflow measurment.

Speaker Bio:     

David Dougan has more than 35 years of experience with EBTRON, Inc., a leading manufacturer of airflow measurement technology. Dougan has been the President of EBTRON since 1993 with prior experience as the Director of Product Development for the Company. Throughout his tenure, Dougan has been an integral part of the design and development of products that have broken ground in the industry. Dougan has authored and published numerous papers on airflow measurement and control that have been featured in industry publications such as the ASHRAE Journal. His expertise in the measurement and control of airflow rates for acceptable indoor air quality and building pressurization has made him a sought‐after guest speaker.

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