Join us for our 2020 monthly First Friday Webinar education series. Earn LEED specific CEU credits, along with some AIA LUs (when offered)!
Our November 2020 online webinar will be on Friday, November 6, 2020 at 12:15 pm EST. Login From your computer.
Be Cool: How Designers Can Improve Thermal Comfort With HVLS Fans; 1.0 hour LEED specific for BD+C and the LEED Green Associate
In this one-hour video presentation, we explore how HVLS fans can contribute to LEED v4, increase thermal comfort, and provide a silent and elegant design strategy. We discuss how to save energy and improve indoor air quality for building occupants. The course reviews how computational fluid dynamics helps to measure airflow performance for energy savings. Finally, our team examines how HVLS fans benefited Los Angeles’s largest indoor climbing facility.
1. Discuss how continuous air movement positively affects thermal comfort and indoor air quality
2. Describe the energy efficiency strategy behind HVLS fans and how they can contribute to occupant comfort and LEED v4 BD+C IEQ Credit: Thermal Comfort
3. Define effective temperature and discuss how enhanced air movement strategies can contribute to LEED v4 BD+C IEQ Credit: Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies
4. Review innovations in computational fluid dynamics to measure airflow performance and impact to a space and how HVLS fans can contribute to LEED v4 BD+C EQ Prerequisite: Minimum Energy Performance
$10 for all attendees. Are you a USGBC Community member or a USGBC National member (or employee)? Please contact us to get your free promo code.
Please note: If you would like continuing education credit for attendance, you must register individually (non-registered viewers of the WebEx will not be able to report attendance), and you will need to include your GBCI number and AIA number in the registration/order form. An event password will be emailed to all registered participants in your confirmation and reminder emails.
For the best experience, please plan to be in front of your computer to see the presentation as well as hear the audio! The presentation may not work well on some mobile devices.
Questions? Please contact:
Kirsten Swanson at firstname.lastname@example.org