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www.healthyheating.com in conjunction with HeatSpring Learning Institute  are pleased to present the following webinars:
Integrated HVAC Engineering: Mastering Comfort, Health, and Efficiency.
September 22 - November 28, 2014


Seminar Slides: Radiant Cooling for Sceptics: How to do radiant cooling in high humidity geographies
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Regardless of the HVAC system, moisture must be controlled for biological concerns (bacteria, viruses, mites and molds), for hydrolysis and the control of VOC emissions (formaldehydes, phthalates, terpenes etc.), for the dimensional stability of hygroscopic materials (woods) and for occupant respiratory and thermal comfort; moisture must be regulated for these greater priorities making the condensation on radiant cooling panels a moot point.

Password protected: The file is password protected and available to Comfortech / RPA 2013 conference attendees and members of our IEQ Linked-In discussion group.


Download Instructions

Step 1) Download the file (save to desktop)

Step 2) Join our IEQ Linked-In discussion group - if you are already a member go to step 3.

Step 3) At the IEQ Linked-In discussion group, follow up to an existing request or start a new thread with this text...

   "please send me the password for the Comfortech/RPA 2013 Conference at this URL <http://www.healthyheating.com/Comfortech-2013/Comfortech.2013.Bean.Radiant.Cooling.htm#.UkQ6JH_x8ek>". 


Step 4) Post any questions you have in the open forum...before sending us private emails for assistance please see this page on services.
 

Top 5 reasons why you may not be receiving the password:

  1. You have not joined the IEQ group as per instruction note #2

  2. You have not posted a request at the IEQ group as per instruction note #3

  3. You have not included the text string as per instruction note #3

  4. You have sent us a private email requesting the password - see instruction note #3 and #4

  5. You have posted a request in another Linked-In discussion group - see instruction note #2

Background - we have over 800 pages at the website many with course slides and spreadsheet tools. In order for us to manage who wants what and from where our administrative team assigns a password to a URL and uses the IEQ Linked In group to manage the request - if you really want the resources - follow the instructions.


See also:

  1. Tres Bien for Large Scale Radiant Cooling

  2. Radiant Cooling: Part I Fundamentals

  3. Sample radiant cooling calculation procedure.

  4. How to use the ASHRAE Design Graph for Radiant Cooling and Heating Panels

  5. Dedicated outdoor air systems (DOAS)

  6. Infloor Radiant Design Guide: Heat Loss to Head Loss

  7. Modeling the airborne survival of influenza virus in a residential setting: the impacts of home humidification


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