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October- Pacific Energy Center Classes in San Jose

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... Below are the PEC classes scheduled for October in San Jose. All classes will be held at the West Valley Branch Library. For registration information,
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 7, 2004
      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 10/07/2004 10:52 AM -----

      Below are the PEC classes scheduled for October in San Jose. All classes
      will be held at the West Valley Branch Library. For registration
      information, please visit the following website:

      Energy-Efficient Design of Cleanroom Facilities

      Wednesday, October 13, 9:00 am to 12:30 pm at the West Valley Library in
      Jose This seminar will focus on what can be done to lower energy use in
      cleanroom facilities. Between 25% and 50% of all energy used in cleanrooms
      is for the HVAC systems. Often these systems can be made more efficient
      without compromising safety or redundancy. Peter Rumsey, P.E., will
      in detail strategies for improving the efficiency of fan and cooling
      and will include fan filter units. He will cover both new and existing
      buildings, with a special section of the presentation focusing on easily
      implemented opportunities. He will draw upon work in over 40 cleanrooms
      throughout the country. Peter is a member of ASHRAE and is on the ASHRAE
      Technical Committee for Cleanrooms, TC9.11.

      **SPECIAl NOTE**** This is a TWO DAY workshop
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      Registration&postback=yes> Energy Auditing Techniques for Small Commercial
      Facilities (2-Day Class) October 20 (Wednesday, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm) &
      October 21 (Thursday, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm)

      The intent of this two-day workshop is to develop the energy auditing
      of individuals associated with small-and medium-sized (under 500 kW)
      commercial facilities. Instructors will provide an overview of building
      technologies with an emphasis on distinguishing older, inefficient
      from newer efficient systems. In-class exercises and a mock-audit at the
      of the second day will allow the attendees to apply what they have
      Though geared to the non-experts, attendees should have a fundamental
      understanding of building components and energy concepts.

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      Registration&postback=yes> Fundamentals: New Ideas for Novices
      October 28 (Thursday, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm)

      This class will provide an overview of heating, ventilating, and air
      conditioning principles and concepts. It will cover key fundamentals,
      including thermal comfort, heat transfer, load calculations,
      HVAC system types, controls, codes issues, LEED certification, and
      commissioning. This class is designed for architects, engineers new to
      profession, facilities personnel, and anyone else who wants to learn more
      about the wonderful world of HVAC.
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