Seminar 65 — International Implications of ASHRAE Moisture Management Standards


Conference Proceeding by ASHRAE, 2021



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The interaction between the weather, the building envelope, its systems and its occupants can either lead to moisture accumulation or prevent it. Provisions in various ASHRAE standards aim at reducing moisture related risks. This seminar will present international implications of ASHRAEs moisture management standards on ventilation and building envelope design andshowcase their consequences through case studies.

  1. Higher Confidence in Building Envelope Design through ASHRAE Std. 160 -2016
    Andre O. Desjarlais, Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
  2. Implementing the New Dew Point Humidity Limit of 15C (60F) Required By ASHRAE Std 62.1-2019
    Lewis G. Harriman III, Fellow ASHRAE, Mason-Grant Consulting, Portsmouth, NH
  3. Lessons Learned Applying the ASHRAE’s Moisture Management Standards in a Large Southeast Asia Resort
    George Dubose, P.E., Member, Liberty Building Forensic Group, Zellwood, FL

Citation: ASHRAE 2021 Virtual Seminar

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