Radiant Cooling


2011 ASPE Webinar Series

Radiant Cooling:
Engineering and Designing Hydronic Systems for Complete Climate Control

Sponsored by

Original air date: May 25, 2011

 

Earn Continuing Education Credits: This one-hour contact program provides 0.1 CEU or 1.0 PDH.

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Hydronics technology is increasingly incorporating more radiant cooling into commercial building designs as engineers seek ways to improve energy efficiency and occupant thermal comfort, and lower installation costs.

This sponsored webinar will focus on:

  • Why Radiant Cooling? A review of market conditions that are driving the increase in radiant cooling specifications including LEED benefits, sustainability benefits, and energy efficiency benefits.
  • Radiant Cooling Fundamentals: A review of the basic concepts of how to design, install, and control a radiant cooling system.
  • Complete Climate Control: Integrating radiant cooling into radiant heating designs and lowering installation and construction costs.
  • The Main Challenges - Addressing the key obstacles faced when working with a radiant cooling system.
  • Piping & Controls Best Practices – Review best practices for piping and controlling radiant cooling flow distribution.
  • Integrated Design: How a radiant cooling system is integrated with other building systems such as structural and mechanical systems.
  • Numerous case study examples highlighting installed systems and design approaches.


The Presenters: Daniel Sullivan & Devin Abellon

Dan Sullivan is a Senior Product Manager at Uponor North America, and is responsible for leading the Commercial Radiant Heating and Cooling business. Dan is focused on increasing the adoption rate of radiant cooling, an emerging technology that can provide significant energy savings and IEQ benefits when applied to sustainable building designs. Dan’s main responsibilities include developing and launching new products for the commercial market, developing specifications and engineering design tools, and providing education and training on radiant design. Dan holds a bachelor’s of science degree in chemical engineering and a M.B.A. from the University of Minnesota. Dan is a LEED AP, holds a certified energy manager (C.E.M.) registration, is a licensed E.I.T. in Minnesota, is Niagara AX certified, and is a member of ASHRAE, USGBC, and the Association of Energy Engineers.

 

Mr. Abellon is a registered professional engineer with over 15 years of experience designing HVAC systems for commercial, institutional, industrial, and municipal projects.  Mr. Abellon was the managing principal of LSW Engineers California, Incorporated in San Diego until 2009, when he joined Uponor as a Business Development Manager.  Mr. Abellon earned his B.S. degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1993, and is currently the Programs Chair for ASHRAE TC6.5 – Radiant and Convective Space Heating and Cooling.

 

 

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