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Case Study – Shore Medical Center

Details: population in the 21st century, the hospital leadership decided to add a new Surgical Pavilion on the main campus, where physicians and staff in the facility’s numerous Centers of Excellence could employ the latest technology to provide optimal patient care in safe, comfortable surroundings. In addition, the leadership wished to maximize

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Installation Instructions

Details: component population includes up to five fuse blocks. Fuses for electric heater circuits are required and provided when the unit’s MOCP exceeds 60-A or when the total heater Full Load Amp value exceeds 48-A. When fuses are required and provided, the cooling circuit is also provided with fuse protection. NO FUSES

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Volume 3, Issue 1 CARRIER SOFTWARE SYSTEMS NEWS

Details: includes total floor area, population, and design supply airflow rate for the air system. Step 3 Enter data in the “Inputs for Potentially Critical Zones” section. This includes: zone floor area, number of occupants, and design supply airflow rate. If you know the critical zone to begin with, specify only those zones.

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Installation Instructions

Details: Maximum component population includes up to five fuse blocks. Fuses for electric heater circuits are required and provided when the unit’s MOCP exceeds 60-A or when the total heater Full Load Amp value exceeds 48-A. When fuses are required and provided, the cooling circuit is also provided with fuse

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NEW FEATURES IN THE CARRIER HOURLY ANALYSIS …

Details: defined in terms of gal/person/day (L/s/person/day) and the occupant population was larger than 1450. 2. Plant Design Calculations II – When plant design calculations were run for one of the "Generic" plant types, any required air system design calculations were not automatically run first. This resulted in plant peak load being incorrect.

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Case Study – DeLand Middle School

Details: To meet the needs of the middle school’s expanding student and faculty population, the school board initiated a 140,000f2 school renovation and HVAC system and controls upgrade which would need to achieve three specific goals. First, the new HVAC system solution would need to lower energy consumption to help reduce DeLand Middle School’s

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Case Study – Coleman A. Young Municipal Center

Details: It houses offices, courtrooms and a library, and has a work-day population of up to 2,000 employees, plus about 4,000 visitors at any given time. The Coleman A. Young Municipal Center is home to the government of the City of Detroit, as well as offices of the Wayne County government and judiciary and

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AIRSIDE / APPLIED / CONTROLS / SERVICE / SPECIAL …

Details: Ashtabula County, Ohio, has a population of approximately 100,000 people, with the city of Ashtabula situated some 60 miles from Cleveland. University Hospitals (UH), the Cleveland-based healthcare system serving northeastern Ohio,

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Air-Conditioning for the Environment of Care

Details: concern than in healthcare settings where a significant population of the building occupants may be either sick, immunosuppressed, or both. These individuals spend the majority of their time within the hospital, vulnerable not only to building-related health concerns through exposure to airborne pollutants such as

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Optimizing Ventilation Design in Commercial …

Details: If the number of people in the space fluctuates over time, Standard 62.1-2007 allows estimating the space population by applying a time averaging procedure. HAP applies the occupant schedule along with the equations in paragraph 6.2.6.2 of ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2007 to produce a “time averaging interval”.

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Case Study – Mater Hospital, Queensland

Details: Townsville and surrounding areas of North Queensland, Australia. The region has a population of approximately 200,000 people, and a tropical climate. Mater Hospital, an acute care facility, required a chiller solution that would provide reliable comfort to patients and staff while also delivering superior efficiency, as measured both

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HAP eHelp 011-ASHRAE 62.1-2004 Ventilation Air Sizing in HAP

Details: If the number of people in the space fluctuates over time, Standard 62.1-2004 allows the space population to be estimated using a time averaging procedure. HAP applies the user’s fractional people schedule along with the equations in paragraph 6.2.6.2 of ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2004 to produce an “averaging time period”.

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The CRRSA Act (ESSER II) — Funding Indoor Air Quality (IAQ

Details: population and rates of poverty, and governors have wide discretion over use of these funds to support K-12 or higher education.2 Guidelines for Using CRRSA Act Funding The CRRSA Act requires that the payments from the Coronavirus Relief Fund only be used to cover the same expenses that have been covered by the ESSER Fund (CARES Act).

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EDWARDS Catalog Strobes, orns, ells, Chimes LIFE SAFET

Details: Page 1 of 4 DATA SHEET E85001-0305 Not to be used for installation purposes. Issue 1 EDWARDS® Catalog X Strobes, orns, ells, Chimes 12-21-17 LIFE SAFET INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Standard Features • UL 1971-listed synchronizing strobe

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The CRRSA Act (ESSER II) — Funding Indoor Air Quality (IAQ

Details: school-age population and rates of poverty, and governors have wide discretion over use of these funds to support K-12 or higher education.2 The CRRSA Act (ESSER II) — Funding Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Improvements in K-12 Schools Guidelines for Using CRRSA Act Funding The CRRSA Act requires that the payments

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The CARES Act – Funding Indoor Air Quality (IAQ

Details: age population and rates of poverty, and governors have wide discretion over use of these funds to support K-12 or higher education.2 The $14.25 billion Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund. Institutions of higher education will receive this funding directly, and they

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LIFE SAFET INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Intelligent Smoke …

Details: of the U.S. population already lives in states requiring the instal-lation of CO detectors in some commercial occupancies. This is because carbon monoxide is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America. Known as the “Silent Killer,” CO is odorless, tasteless, and colorless. It claims nearly 500 lives, and

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The Cold Reality of Sustaining Life in Antarctica

Details: research station and a small city with its population just under 1,000, food is shipped-in via freezer containers once a year and stored in a large freezer building. Thanks to the warmer ocean water, winter temperatures at Palmer Station average 14°F (-10°C), seldom go below 0°F (-17°C), and don’t stay there long.

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