Meeting/Event Information

Illinois Chapter usually meets once each month, August through June, on Tuesdays. The Chapter’s annual golf outing and fund raiser always takes place in September. Generally 70 to 80 members gather at monthly meetings, which makes them an excellent networking opportunity for members interested in meeting and developing other contacts in the industry.

The State of Illinois requires professional engineers to complete 30 PDHs (Professional Development Hours) of training for license renewal. The Illinois Chapter ASHRAE offers educational programs with more than enough PDHs to help engineers satisfy this requirement.

Presentations from previous Chapter seminars and meetings may be downloaded after logging into the "Member Area." The Illinois Chapter of ASHRAE stores past presentations. You must be a member to access them from this website. If you are not yet a member, sign-up today or contact us for more information.

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October 04, 2017

HVAC Seminar Series
October 04, 2017
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
UIC Student Center East
750 W. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60607
7 Weekly Seminars, Oct 4 - Nov 15

$500.00 For All Students
$550.00 after 12:00 pm September 28


The Education Committee will renew its highly informative, popular seminar series, Engineering Principles for HVAC System Design, this fall. The weekly seminars will start Wednesday, Oct. 4, and run for seven consecutive Wednesday nights. Classes start promptly at 6:00 p.m., ending around 9:00 p.m. Classes will be held at the University of Illinois Student Center East, 750 S. Halsted St., Chicago. There is parking directly across the street on Halsted.

The registration fee pays for the electronic version of the course textbook, “Principles of Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning,” by Ron Howell & Bill Coad, and is coordinated with the 2013 ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals as well as other related texts. Various spreadsheet software for load determination, heat transfer coils, ductwork, pipe sizing and psychrometrics will also be available. All presentations will be available for download prior to each class, along with answers to problems and examples. Everyone who completes the program will receive a certificate of completion with 21 PDH credits.

The course cost is $500 if registration payment is received by Sept. 27, 2017; course cost is $550 after Sept. 27 (NO EXCEPTIONS). Requests for individual nights will be accommodated on a first-com, first-served basis at $150 per session. All attendees must have registration verification from the Chapter for class or have company check in hand in order to attend any class.  Instructions will be sent upon payment.

The HVAC Systems Design seminar supports the Chapter Scholarship fund helping students attend school.

SEMINAR DESCRIPTIONS

Oct. 4: Heating, Ventilating & Cooling Loads
Bill Paschal (Illinois Institute of Technology), lecturer

Oct. 11: Introduction—Comfort in Air Conditioning, Heat Transfer in Building Loads 
Kyle Schultz (Air Products Equipment Co.), lecturer

Oct. 18: Air Flow in Duct Systems, Fans and Room Air Distribution Design
Bill Paschal (Illinois Institute of Technology), lecturer

Oct. 25: Building Modeling & Energy Analysis (Including Code Issues)
Lecturer TBA

Nov. 1: Water Systems Design 1
Mark Hegberg, lecturer

Nov. 8: Water Systems Design 2 / Control System Fundamentals and Applications
Mark Hegberg, lecturer

Nov. 15: Control System Fundamentals and Applications
Mark Hegberg, lecturer

Requirements for Test, Adjust & Balance
Paschal/Hegberg

HVAC Commissioning and Report
Bill Paschal

Future Meetings

September 21, 2017

2017 Annual Golf Outing

September 21, 2017
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM

St. Andrews Golf Club
2241 Route 59
West Chicago, IL 60185
http://www.standrewsgc.com/

Go Ahead and Tee Off!
 

October 04, 2017

HVAC Seminar Series

October 04, 2017
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

UIC Student Center East
750 W. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60607

7 Weekly Seminars, Oct 4 - Nov 15
 

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