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HPAC.com's most popular articles over the last three months include:

  • “Becoming a LEED Professional,” by Peter C. D'Antonio, PE, CEM, LEED AP (November 2004).

  • “Grooved Mechanical Pipe-Joining Systems,” by Larry Thau (October 2009), which discusses four methods of allowing flexible, controlled, piping-system movement provided by grooved mechanical pipe-joining systems.

  • “Controlling Outside Airflow in VAV Systems,” by Kenneth M. Elovitz, PE, Esq. (October 2009), which describes how to utilize mixed-air-plenum pressure to control minimum-outside-air quantity and why it works.

These articles are only a sampling of HPAC.com's Top 10. Visit http://hpac.com/popular to view these articles and check out the rest of the list.

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