Updated 9 July 2015
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JuLY Lunch Meeting
Our guest speaker is: Dr. Li Song, Ph.D. P.E., Associate Professor, School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Oklahoma
Program: Building Energy Performance Degradation Detection through Virtual Flow Meters at Tinker Air Force Base
Speaker Bio: Dr. Li Song
· Ph.D., Thermal/Fluid Science and Building Energy System Optimization and Energy Conservation - 2004 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
· M.S., Thermal/Fluid Science, Heat Transfer, Control and Thermal Systems - 1996 Harbin Institute of Technology
· B.S., Thermal/Fluid Science and Thermal Energy Systems - 1993 Shengyang University of Civil Engineering and Architecture
Building energy system optimization and control Centralized HVAC system fault detection Energy efficiency technology developments Building energy system simulation and modeling Measurement and Verification
· AME 2213 Thermodynamics
· AME 4553 Design Practicum (Capstone)
· AME 4653 Air Conditioning Systems
· AME 5740 Design of Energy Efficient Systems in Buildings
· Song, L., Wang, G. Brambley, M. 2014. Building automation system embedded HVAC system energy performance degradation detector, Proceedings of International Conference of Enhanced Building Operations, Beijing, China.
· Song, L., Wang, G. Brambley, M. 2014. Building Automation System Embedded HVAC System Energy Performance Degradation Detector, Chapter 43, pp. 563-574, Automated Diagnostics and Analytics for Buildings, B.L. Capehart and M.R. Brambley, eds., The Fairmont Press, Lilburn, Georgia.
· Hu, J., Ogunsola, O., Song, L., McPherson, R., Zhu, M., Hong Y., Chen, S. 2014. Restoration of 1-24 hour dry-bulb temperature gaps for use in building performance monitoring and analysis-Part I, HVAC&R Research, in press.
· Hu, J., Ogunsola, O., Song, L., McPherson, R., Zhu, M., Hong Y., Chen, S. 2014. Restoration of missing climatic data with long-term gaps (up to 60 days) for use in building performance monitoring and analysis-Part II, HVAC&R Research, in press.
HONORS AND AWARDS
· Development of an automated unit-level energy monitoring fault detection and diagnostic (ULEM - FDD) for high energy performance buildings" is awarded as one of the five 2011 ConocoPhillips Energy Prize finalists ($25,000).
· 2006 Bes-Tech Innovation of Technology Award ($5000) for "an innovative air-handling design for research lab facilities" ($5,000).
· Milton E. Mohr Research Fellowship, University of Nebraska, 2003.
· American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers
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June Lunch Meeting
Our guest speaker is: Jeremy Jewell, Principal Consultant, Trinity Consultants
Program: Top Ten Lessons Learned concerning Air Regulatory Compliance for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (RICE)
Speaker Bio: Jeremy Jewell is a Principal Consultant with Trinity Consultants, and he manages Trinity’s Oklahoma City and Tulsa offices. Over his 15-year career, he has specialized in air quality issues - having managed hundreds of air quality permitting, regulatory compliance, control assessment, modeling, auditing, and training projects, and he has also served as an expert witness on an array of air pollution dispersion and deposition modeling issues. He is an instructor for several professional training courses, and is the author and primary instructor for the one-day course: Understanding Engines – Their Emissions and Your Compliance Requirements. Mr. Jewell has Bachelor of Science degree (magna cum laude) in mechanical engineering from the University of Arkansas.