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2013.06.15

    Welcome to the Mile High City

    Our Technical Committee has a seminar and a forum in Denver!

    Tuesday, June 25 - 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
    Seminar 26 (Co-sponsor: TC 2.09 Ultraviolet Air and Surface Treatments)
    Analysis of Chemical and Physical Effects of Ultraviolet Bulbs on Cooking Emissions
    Room: Governors Square 15

    1. Analysis of Chemical and Physical Effects of Ultraviolet Bulbs on Cooking Emissions
      Tim Farrell, Independent Researcher, St. Paul, MN

    2. UVC for Kitchen Ventilation Systems: How and Why It Works
      Benoit Despatis, Sanuvox Corporation, St-Laurent, QC, Canada

    Wednesday, June 26 - 9:45 PM - 10:45 AM
    Forum 4
    What Are the Challenges for Using Air-to-Air Energy Recovery for Commercial Kitchen Ventilation (CKV) and 90.1 Compliance?
    Room: Governors Square 16

    See our Meetings page for the schedule, agendas and meeting minutes from Dallas.

2013.01.26

    Back in Texas

    Our Technical Committee has two seminars in Dallas!

    Sunday, January 27 - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    Seminar 7
    Commercial Kitchen Ventilation: The Design Process (Part 1)
    Room: Lone Start A4

    1. Hood Selection and Appliances
      Derek W. Schrock, Halton Co., Scottsville, KY

    2. Exhaust Air Quality
      Russell R. Robison, Gaylord Industries, Tualatin, OR

    3. Exhaust Ductwork, Duct Design, Fan Considerations and Selection
      John Clark, P.E., Karges-Faulconbridge, Inc., Minneapolis, MN

    4. Fire Safety and Protection
      Michael Morgan, Captive Aire Systems, Allentown, PA

    Sunday, January 27 - 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    Seminar 13
    Commercial Kitchen Ventilation: The Design Process (Part 2)
    Room: Lone Star A4

    1. The CKV Engineers Perspective: Incorporating the HVAC Load Calculations and the Replacement Air Into Your Overall Design
      Francis J. Kohout, P.E., Member, McDonald's Corp, Oak Brook, IL

    2. Integration of the CKV System with Building HVAC
      Don Fisher, P.Eng., Food Service Technology Center, San Ramon, CA

    3. Kitchen Ventilation of Overall System Design - Codes, Standards, Energy Considerations
      Michael Morgan, Captive Aire Systems, Allentown, PA

    See our Meetings page for the schedule, agendas and meeting minutes from San Antonio.

2012.06.18

    "Deep in the heart of Texas..."

    Our Technical Committee has 3 seminars in San Antonio!

    Sunday, June 24 - 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    Seminar 5
    Thermal Comfort in Commercial Kitchens
    Room: 007C

    1. Thermal Comfort In Commercial Kitchens
      John Stoops, Member, KEMA, Inc., San Francisco, CA

    2. Procedure, Instrumentation and Surveys for Documentation of the Thermal Environment In Kitchens
      Angela Simone, Ph.D., Member, Denmark Technical University (KEMA, Inc.), San Francisco, CA

    3. Evaluation of Thermal Comfort In Kitchens Based On Physical Measurements and Subjective Results
      Bjarne W. Olesen, SCANVAC, Lyngby, Denmark

    Sunday, June 24 - 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    Seminar 13
    Designing Commercial Kitchen Ventilation for High Performance, Low Energy Buildings
    Room: 007C

    1. How Does Standard 189 Impact My Kitchen Ventilation Design?
      Francis J. Kohout, P.E., Member, McDonald's Corp, Oak Brook, IL

    2. CKV DCV, Energy Considerations, Codes and Standard 90.1
      Jeff Stein, P.E., Member, Taylor Engineering, Alameda, CA

    3. How Hood Selection, Exhaust and Make-up Air Systems Contribute to a High Performance Building Design
      Richard T. Swierczyna, Associate Member, Food Service Technology Center, San Ramon, CA

    4. Considerations When Designing High Performance Exhaust Systems
      John Clark, P.E., Member, Karges-Faulconbridge, Inc., Minneapolis, MN

    Tuesday, June 26 - 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    Seminar 40
    Market Transformation of DCV Systems for Kitchen Ventilation
    Room: 007A

    1. DCV Technologies for Commercial Kitchens: Past, Present and Future!
      Don Fisher, Food Service Technology Center, San Ramon, CA

    2. A Field Test Method to Determine the Performance of DCV Systems
      Richard T. Swierczyna, Associate Member, Food Service Technology Center, San Ramon, CA

    3. M & V for Kitchen Ventilation DCV Controls
      Vernon A. Smith, P.E., J.D., Associate Member, Smith Energy Engineers, Niwot, CO

    4. Field Challenges with DCV Systems
      Andrey Livchak, Ph. D., Halton Group Americas, Bowling Green, KY
      Derek W. Schrock, Member, Halton Co., Scottsville, KY

    See our Meetings page for the schedule, agendas and meeting minutes from Chicago.

2012.01.20

    "Chicago is my kind of town..."

    We're back in Chi-town for another ASHRAE Meeting and it looks like the weather may cooperate. We can't say it will be warm or that there won't be a lot of wind, but Chicago shouldn't be getting the two feet of snow it got when we were all in Las Vegas this time last year.

    In addition to another meeting, our website has some updates:
    • The meeting schedule for Chicago has been posted - See our Meetings page
    • The draft minutes from Montreal have been posted - See our Meetings page
    • New roster for 2011-2012 - See our Membership page

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2011.06.24 (Updated from 2011.06.13)

    Are you ready for Montreal?

    Visit the meetings page for all meeting information. Please note there has been a change in the TC 5.10 meeting schedule.
    • The Handbook meeting will be at 8 A.M.


    • The Research meeting is now scheduled from 9-11 A.M.

    Meeting minutes and presentations from the January meeting in Las Vegas have been posted.

2011.02.16

    Updates from the TC Meetings in Las Vegas

    Presentations for SPC 154 and 1469-RP and meeting minutes for the Codes & Standards Subcommittee have been posted to the meetings page.

2011.01.30

    Agendas Posted!

    Agendas for the Main Meeting, Research Subcommittee and SPC 154 have been posted to the meetings page.

2011.01.18

    RP-1469 PMS Meeting Location Change

    We are meeting across the street at the Courtyard Marriot Las Vegas Convention Center (Kitchen & Conference Room) to physically view the setup and procedures pertaining to field measurements under RP-1469 with KEMA and DTU. The PMS will meet after the demonstration at the Courtyard by Marriot.

    The Courtyard by Marriott is a short walk from the Las Vegas Convention Center and is directly across the street from the Convention Center.

2011.01.15

    TC 5.10 has a new website! Feel free to browse around. Or if you prefer, try the reference guide .

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2010.12.30

    TC 5.10 is sponsoring one program in Las Vegas:

    Sunday, January 30, 2011, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
    Technical Paper Session 2
    Hot Off the Griddle: New Developments in Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Research
    Room: Pavilion 11

    1. Performance Evaluation of Hand Held Airflow Instruments Applied to Commercial Kitchen Exhaust Systems
    2. Thomas Kuehn, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

    3. Capture and Containment Ventilation Rates for Double-Island Canopy Hoods Measured During RP-1480
    4. Richard Swierczyna, Associate Member, Food Service Technology Center, San Ramon, CA

    5. Capture and Containment Ventilation Rates for Single-Island Canopy Hoods
    6. Paul Sobiski, Member, Boulder, CO & Don R. Fisher, Member, Fisher-Nickel, San Ramon, CA

2010.12.29

    Please feel free to join us in Las Vegas. Here is our meeting schedule:

    Sunday, January 30, 2011
    8:00-9:00a Research (LVCC) N255
    9:00-10:00a Handbook (LVCC) N255
    1:00-2:00p Program (LVCC) N255
    2:00-3:00p Codes & Standards (LVCC) N255
    3:00-4:30p Main (LVCC) N255

    Monday, January 31, 2011
    10:30a-12:00p PMS 1469 (LVCC) N236
    2:15p-6:00p SPC 154 (LVCC) N238

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