Join Caton Mande, UC Davis Western Cooling Efficiency Center as he discusses the development of a high accuracy, low cost ventilation verification tool by UC Davis Western Cooling Efficiency Center, with funding from the Office of Naval Research. This tool measures the carbon dioxide decay rate building-wide on a per-zone level and automatically calculates the current air exchange rate.
In addition to directly measuring the building air exchange rate per zone, this tool will enable building managers or occupants to quickly identify problem areas in existing buildings or verify measurements performed by testing and balancing professionals. These additional benefits could provide building managers and occupants with more quantitative data to support efforts to reduce the risk of airborne transmission of COVID-19 in buildings.
Who Should Attend?
- Commissioning Providers
- HVAC Testing Professionals
- MEP Engineers
- Energy Managers
- Building Owners
- Facility Managers
- O&M Managers
- Other Building Professionals
- Demonstrate how people are not good indoor air quality sensors
- Identify operating principles for various air measurement tools
- How carbon dioxide decay can be used to measure the zone air exchange rate