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July 9, 2024

By Max Sherman, Ph.D., Fellow/Life Member
Initially, the “healthy” part of ASHRAE’s vision meant determining and providing minimum ventilation rates. Over the last few decades, however, indoor air quality research has shown that the ventilation-only approach cannot always achieve the vision because of the diversity of sources and potential contributions of other removal mechanisms. On the other hand, consideration of sources and their impacts can lead to improvements in both health and sustainability. This article covers the evolution from the first paradigm—ventilation rate—to the emerging harm paradigm. Read more
IAQ Paradigms—The Next Generation
By Austin Barolin, P.E., Associate Member ASHRAE; Travis R. English, P.E., Member ASHRAE
The project discussed in this article was completed by a team researching methods to reduce natural gas consumption in hospitals by installing a network of indoor air quality monitoring sensors to monitor how ventilation rates affected air quality and energy. Read more
Danielle Passaglia Talks Lucy's Engineering Adventures (And Going Green)
Join Journal Assistant Editor Sara Omer with guest Danielle Passaglia, Senior Mechanical Engineer at SmithGroup and author of Lucy’s Engineering Adventure and Lucy Goes Green as they discuss the impact of ASHRAE’s first book series for children and the intricacies of STEM-focused youth outreach.
 
 
Danielle Passaglia Talks Lucy's Engineering Adventures (And Going Green)
By Daniel Shepard, Member ASHRAE
This column provides practical recommendations to designers writing project specifications for the cybersecurity of building automation systems, emphasizing the importance of proactive planning and collaboration. This will lead to resilient protection against evolving cyber threats and lower the potential risks of cyber-based vulnerabilities associated with smart buildings. Read more

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This month’s issue of ASHRAE Journal includes topics such as lessons learned from what started as a furnace room conundrum, whether a ducted or multisplit heat pump system is better for residential humidity control and IAQ paradigms. Access the digital edition here. 

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