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This product is a PDF that contains links to files that consist of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker, PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp3 format) as noted.

Energy consumption and significant reduction is a hot topic in cleanrooms, labs and healthcare critical spaces which use much more energy than general offices and they are also performance-critical. Recent research has identified new approaches to improve cleanroom/lab particle contamination control and de-contamination performance while reducing energy. These presentations will illustrate not only theoretical modeling and computer simulations, but also demonstrate lab or field testing to validate the findings and recommendations. For decades cleanroom airflow rate determination was not through software calculation, but through selecting a rate from an over-simplified table disregarding site specific information.

  • Air Change Rate and De-Contamination Performance In Airlocks/Anterooms for Cleanrooms, Labs and Healthcare Critical Spaces
    Wei Sun, P.E., Member
    Product contains: recorded presentation, slides (PDF format), audio (mp3 format)
  • Development of Theoretical Airflow Rate Model for Mixed Type Cleanroom and Energy Conservation Strategies
    Chung -Chieh Lee, Ph.D., Member
    Product contains: recorded presentation, slides (PDF format), audio (mp3 format)
  • Effect of Air Change Rate and Perforated Floor Panel on Room Particle Concentration and Energy Consumption In Cleanrooms
    Shih-Cheng Hu, Ph.D., Member
    Product contains: recorded presentation, slides (PDF format), audio (mp3 format)

Citation: ASHRAE Seminar Recording, 2011 Winter Conference, Las Vegas, NV