Posts Tagged distributed energy

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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Didier and Fallahi Arezoudar join SSES group as PhD students; Peck begins MS work

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We’re delighted to welcome two new group members in the fall 2015 semester, and proud to have one student advancing to graduate work. Richard Didier recently completed his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah and is pursuing a PhD in Mechanical Engineering with a Sustainability certificate. […]

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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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Seminar: Analyzing energy systems technology through a site-specific lens

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Amanda Smith Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Utah   Tuesday, April 21, 2015 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. 210 ASB (Aline Skaggs Biology Bldg.) 3:30 pm refreshments, meet the speaker  

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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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