IEEE Windsor Section


Technical Talk

IEEE Young Professionals and Women in Engineering, Windsor Section presents

“Energy Saving in Big Buildings”

Abstract: Frank Mills, Principal of Frank Mills Consulting Ltd, will present a lecture on “Energy saving in big building”. This lecture will provide an overview of natural ventilation starting with a review of early building ventilation to modern solutions which range from the use of windows (Simple NV) to the use of automatically controlled inlets, plenums, integral chimney and shafts, atrium spaces and roof outlets, turrets and exhausts (Advanced NV). It will cover design strategies, ventilation systems, components and their integration into building fabric and also design calculations, modelling techniques and exemplar projects including ‘full’ Natural Ventilation and ‘hybrid’ schemes and example projects.

Speaker: Frank Mills, Principal of Frank Mills Consulting Ltd. 

Speaker Bio: Frank Mills is a leading specialist in sustainable and energy efficient building engineering design. His experience includes the design, management, supervision, construction and operation of building services engineering across a range of building types including sports stadia, large scale mixed use developments sports facilities, leisure centers and hotels, retail community schemes internationally. He has been an ASHRAE member since 1971 and has been active on technical and standards committees and on Councils. He has presented ASHRAE ALI short courses on Natural Ventilation, Design of zero energy buildings and Healthcare HVAC and presented papers on Atrium design, Fire engineering, Education buildings, best practice engineering and sustainable development.

Date: Wednesday April 11th

Time: 11:00AM-12:30PM EDT/EST

Location: Room 2103, CEI, University of Windsor

Please register here to book your seats!

Refreshments will be provided.

Please contact Maryam Farajzadeh or Mojtaba Kordestani for more details.