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Webinar: A Key Strategy in Decarbonisation

April 10 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

A Key Strategy in Decarbonisation: Optimising the Design of Radiant Cooling and Heating Systems for High Temperature Cooling and Low Temperature Heating.

Extracting maximum energy and exergy efficiency from a heating and cooling system requires optimisation of return fluid temperatures. Large surface area heat exchangers such as embedded pipe radiant systems have the necessary characteristics for enabling thermal networks and heat pumps and thermal solar systems for realizing their maximum rated potentials.

Speaker – Robert Bean

Robert Bean is director of www.healthyheating.com, and founder of Indoor Climate Consultants Inc. He is a retired engineering technology professional who specialized in the design of indoor environments and high-performance building systems. Bean is an ASHRAE Fellow and ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer, recipient of the Lou Flagg Award, Distinguished Service Award and instructor for the ASHRAE Learning Institute. He has authored many papers, articles and course curriculums and serves on numerous technical committees related to indoor environmental quality, building and energy systems.

Webinar: A Key Strategy in Decarbonisation

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April 10
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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