Ecolibrium – The voice of the HVAC&R building services industry

Ecolibrium highlights • October-November 2023
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Our cover story:

  • Right on track – Given the considerable amount of transport infrastructure under construction, on drawing boards and taking shape in the daydreams of ambitious politicians, the concept of zero carbon transport buildings is featuring heavily in discussions.
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With features on:

  • Telling the whole story – In the case of refrigerant gases, could a heavy reliance on one specific measurement be concealing the full sustainability story?
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  • Red revolution – M3 Melbourne is one of two data centres in the Victorian capital that are set to house Australia’s largest and most comprehensive cloud ecosystem.
    read this article online 
  • One smart building, please – The desire to use actionable data from our buildings requires defining terms and allocating responsibility.
    read this article online 

Plus, the technical paper:

    CFD Analysis of Fixture Output Impact on Upper Room Germicidal Ultraviolet Light System Performance
    by Kishor Khankari and William Bahnfleth
    read this paper online download the PDF (exclusive to AIRAH members)

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