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ASHRAE Announces Online Courses

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Learning Institute has released the schedule for its Spring 2010 Online Course Series.

Fourteen instructor-led seminars will be taught in real time, from 1-4 p.m. EDT, and feature interactive audio. Three professional-development hours or American Institute of Architects learning units or 0.3 continuing-education unit will be available for each course.

The courses are:

  • March 15: Understanding Standard 189.1 for High-Performance, Green Buildings.

  • March 22: Humidity Control: Basic Principles, Loads and Equipment.

  • March 24: Humidity Control: Applications, Control Levels and Mold Avoidance.

  • March 29: Introduction to Green Buildings and Sustainable Construction.

  • March 31: The Commissioning Process and Guideline 0.

  • April 7: Introduction to Thermal Energy Storage Systems for A/C.

  • April 12: Complying With Standard 90.1-2007: HVAC/Mechanical.

  • April 14: Energy Management in New and Existing Buildings: A Sustainable Activity.

  • April 19: Complying With Standard 90.1-2007: Envelope/Lighting.

  • April 26: Using Standard 90.1 to Meet LEED Requirements.

  • April 28: Introduction to Cleanroom Design.

  • May 3: District Cooling and Heating Systems: Central Plants (co-instructor: HPAC Engineering Editorial Advisory Board member William P. Bahnfleth, PhD, PE).

  • May 5: Complying With Requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2007.

  • May 10: Understanding and Designing Dedicated Outside Air Systems (DOAS).

The cost of each course is $169 for ASHRAE members and $236 for non-members. For more information and to register, go to

Send news items to the attention of Scott Arnold, executive editor, HPAC Engineering, The Penton Media Building, 1300 E. Ninth St., Cleveland, OH 44114-1503; e-mail: [email protected].

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