Date(s) - 02/13/2024
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Lasso gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse
February ASHRAE Meeting:
ASHRAE Standard 15 – A Review and Update
Hello Members and Friends of ASHRAE,
Please come join us for our February ASHRAE meeting located at Lasso Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse. Our speaker this month is Douglas Reindl. He will be presenting on ASHRAE Standard 15 – A Review and Update. The ASHRAE meeting and presentation will be on Tuesday, February 13th from 6:00-8:00 PM.
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We will be having the meeting in person at Lasso Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse off of Sunrise Blvd. To help us plan appropriately, please pre-purchase tickets on-line by following the pre-registration link.
Presented by Douglas Reindl
Douglas Reindl is a professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition, he is the founding director of the Industrial Refrigeration Consortium (IRC) at UW-Madison. Professor Reindl has taught at all levels: undergraduate, graduate, and continuing professional development. Professor Reindl has developed an internationally-recognized series of professional development courses focused on industrial refrigeration systems with an emphasis on the safe use of ammonia as a refrigerant. Through the IRC, Professor Reindl works with some of the world’s leading food companies to improve the safety, efficiency, reliability and productivity of industrial refrigeration systems and technologies.
Professor Reindl is an ASHRAE Fellow, a past recipient of ASHRAE’s Distinguished Service Award, and the first recipient of ASHRAE’s George C. Briley Award for the best refrigeration article in the ASHRAE Journal. He has served as a past chair and member of ASHRAE’s Standard 15 committee – Safety Standard for Refrigeration Systems. Professor Reindl is a registered professional engineer in the State of Wisconsin.
Professor Reindl has published 6 books and more than 100 technical papers on topics including: industrial refrigeration, building mechanical systems, energy systems, indoor air quality (including research on SARS-CoV-2 transmission in buildings), and solar energy.
Bookings are closed for this event.