Posts Tagged building energy modeling

ASHRAE Utah Chapter Event this Fri, Apr 1 and Student Chapter Event Thurs, Apr 7


We have a student Chapter meeting coming up April 7th at noon. We will be meeting in room MEK 0560 for a lunch and learn by Mike Hatten from SOLARC. There will be pizza! Please email McKayla to RSVP to this event by Tuesday April 5th.   Utah ASHRAE April […]

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ME Department Brown Bag Lunch 10/1: Energy and Environmental Research for Salt Lake City

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Mechanical Engineering Brown Bag Lunch Series Featuring: Dr. Amanda Smith Date: Thursday, October 1 Time: 12:30–1:30pm Place: MEK 0560 (Lower Level) Drinks provided!! Bring your lunch or pick something up at the Cafe Come learn about how energy use in the Salt Lake Valley affects the environment, […]

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EFD and SSES group researchers begin studying distributed generation in urban environments

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Environmental Fluid Dynamics researchers, led by Drs. Eric Pardyjak and Rob Stoll, along with Dr. Smith, Carlo Bianchi, and Richard Didier from the SSES group, recently started work on a new project to use computer modeling to study the relationships between urban infrastructure, microclimate and building energy demands. This will inform […]

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Sustainable Utah Research Spotlight: Alternative Energy Choices for Buildings

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Hilary Smith from the Sustainability Resource Center, recently described a new project with SSES and other ME researchers participating. You can find the story here: RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT: EVALUATING ALTERNATIVE ENERGY POTENTIAL IN BUILT ENVIRONMENTS

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