Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) July 30, 2005
In hopes of bringing together like minds and ideas on residential building research, a conference call has been scheduled for August 17, 2005, with monitors from various institutes, associations and councils to review an ongoing research project from the National Research Council Canada, Indoor Environment Research Program.
The prime interest for observers is the comparison of radiant floor heating system with forced-air heating systems for residential application based on performance: energy efficiency, thermal comfort and ventilation.
Dr. James T. Reardon, Senior Research Officer, Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council Canada will present from Ottawa, during the two-hour call the details of the ongoing project. Registered participants will receive copies of the slides and call access number before Aug. 15, 2005, the close off registration date.
Questions for the researchers can be posted up to and during the call at a designated online forum. A limited number of individuals have been assigned to engage the researchers on behalf of the listeners. These individuals are committee volunteers with such organizations as the Radiant Panel Association, The American Society of Heating Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers, The Heating, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning Institute of Canada and the Canadian Hydronics Council, The Residential Hot Water Heating Association of British Columbia and the Alberta Hydronics Advisory Council.
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This call is organized on behalf of interested volunteers from various businesses and organizations and is by no means representing any or one entity, council, organization, institute or association. The exchange does not present official positions or opinions from any of the groups nor its participants.
Robert Bean, R.E.T., Registered Engineering Technologist, Professional Services, Corporate Development and Building Technologies