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Outdoor Air Management and Indoor Air Quality

Controlling outdoor air is a matter of balance.

Paul Ehrlich, Ira Goldschmidt & Angela Lewis
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The proper management of outdoor air is an ongoing challenge for commercial buildings, and one of the key functions that needs to be managed by a building automation system.  Controlling outdoor air is a matter of balance. Here are the key parameters we need to monitor and control:

Developing sequences for outdoor air management that balance the items above can be a challenge, but are critical for the safe and efficient operation of any building. 


About the Authors

Paul and IraPaul and Ira first worked together on a series of ASHRAE projects including the BACnet committee and Guideline 13 – Specifying DDC Controls. The formation of Building Intelligence Group provided them the ability to work together professionally providing assistance to owners with the planning, design and development of Intelligent Building Systems. Building Intelligence Group provides services for clients worldwide including leading Universities, Corporations, and Developers. More information can be found at www.buildingintelligencegroup.com  We also invite you to contact us directly at Paul@buildingintelligencegroup.com or ira@buildingintelligencegroup.com

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