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Decentralized DHW Systems: Applications of Conservation Principles For Enabling Energy and Exergy Efficiency In Multistory Potable-Water Systems

Hosted by ASHRAE Regina Chapter

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Decentralized DHW systems promote conservation of energy and mass by eliminating large volumes of heated potable water and associated recirculation lines. Systems are optimized to use the lowest-possible hydronic supply temperatures and largest differentials to enable energy and exergy efficiency while promoting safety and water hygiene for the occupants.

Note: Versions of this presentation have been delivered for ASHRAE Journal Online, CAMPUS Energy and ASHRAE Atlanta program.

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Meeting the Need for Lifetime Housing
The Interaction and Connection between Buildings, HVAC System, and Indoor Environmental Quality
Human Factors in HVAC: Thermal Comfort and Indoor Air Quality for Lifetime Housing
Aging: Thermal Regulation and Indoor Air Quality Resources/Citations for an Elderly Population


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