January 2020 - Chilled Water Systems

posted Jan 8, 2020, 12:46 PM by Northern Indiana ASHRAE ASHRAE   [ updated Jan 9, 2020, 1:15 PM ]

Mick Schwedler

PE, FASHRAE, LEED AP(BD+C)
ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer
Applications Engineer, Trane
Biography:
Mick has been involved in the development and support of HVAC systems for Trane since 1982. As an applications engineer his areas of expertise include system optimization (in which he holds patents) and chilled water and water source heat pump system design. He has presented technical information to tens of thousands of engineers through his company’s educational series, ASHRAE webcasts and many local ASHRAE Chapter programs. Prior to his work with Trane, Mick received his MSME from the University of Wisconsin Solar Energy Laboratory and BSME from Northwestern University.

Mick serves as a Treasurer on the ASHRAE Board of Directors and is also an ASHRAE Fellow, recipient of ASHRAE’s Exceptional Service, Distinguished Service, and Standards Achievement Awards, was Chair of SSPC 90.1-2010, and also Chair of the Advanced Energy Design Guide Steering Committee.  

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Lunch Topic: Upgrading Existing Chilled Water Systems

Lunch Meeting - January 23
Cost: $17 (includes lunch)
Student Cost: Free for student chapter members! (sponsored by the chapter)
Check-in: 11:30 am - Noon EDT
Lunch/Program: Noon - 1:30 pm EDT

Tippecanoe Place
620 W. Washington St.
South Bend, IN
574-234-9077

https://www.tippe.com/

Existing chilled water systems provide the capability to cool buildings efficiently. Yet there are often ways that these existing systems can be upgraded and improved to increase efficiency, better serve building occupants and use existing infrastructure to keep projects cost effective.

This presentation:

  • Discusses chiller retrofits and replacement
  • Explores different design parameters (flow rates and temperatures) and the opportunities they offer existing systems
  • Examines use of variable flow in existing systems
  • Considers controls to optimize and reduce system energy use

Recommended audience: Facilities managers, consulting engineers, contractors, and students.

Dinner Topic: Chilled Water Systems for YEA Members: What the Baby Boomers and Gen Xers Have Done WRONG!!!

Dinner Meeting - January 23
Professional Cost: $20 (includes dinner)
Student Cost: Free for student chapter members! (sponsored by the chapter)
Check-in: 5:30 pm - 6:00 CDT
Dinner/Program: 6:00 - 8:00 pm CDT

DOC's Smokehouse and Craft Bar
1420 B Calumet Ave
Dyer, IN 46311
219-262-3627

Mistakes lead to “experience” – that is, knowing what you never want to have happen to you again. It’s a lot less painful to learn from other people’s “experience.”

This seminar, originally presented at an ASHRAE annual conference, covers common chilled water system mistakes; and more importantly how to avoid or mitigate them. Chilled water systems covered include new, retrofit, conversion/addition, and replacement. In addition, control options are also discussed.

Whether novice or experienced, come shake your head, laugh a bit, and learn together.

Recommended audience: Students, consulting engineers, contractors, facilities managers, and anybody else who wants to learn from others’ mistakes!
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