ASHRAE and the ASHRAE Alaska Chapter are excited to announce a call for abstracts for the 2023 ASHRAE and SCANVAC HVAC Cold Climate Conference. The goal of this International conference is for Built Environment engineers, practitioners, researchers, scientists, owners and government officials working in Cold Climate regions to share recent solutions and advancements addressing changes in climate; while experiencing the warmth, hospitality and culture of Alaska.
“ Net-zero energy and sustainability goals pose special challenges for cold climates, climates with large swings in temperature and where ever-changing climate and shifting weather patterns result in colder temperatures in areas where winters are typically mild. Harmonizing human comfort with the climatic realities of these environments is a balancing act, and strategic design is key to building, commissioning and operating efficient and long-lasting cold-climate structures. ” - Erich Binder, conference chair.
Abstracts (300 words maximum) should concisely present the problem statement, the novelty of the work, the methodology, the impact in cold climates, and the findings. The deadline to submit is July 15, 2022.
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