Clean Spaces
ASHRAE Technical Committee 9.11



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TC 9.11 Clean Spaces – Technical Committee Meeting Agenda- Long Beach, CA

 

Meeting Date:

Monday – June 26, 2017

Meeting Location:

102 AB (LBCC-1)

Meeting time:

2:15-3:00 pm

Research Vin

 

3:00-4:15 pm

Main Committee

 

4:30-5:00 pm

Energy Efficiency Phil Naughton

 

5:00-5:30 pm

Handbook Gary Shamsoian

 

5:30-6:00 pm

Design Guide Wei Sun (if required)

 

Workshop 5: What Should be in a New Application Handbook Chapter Covering Semi-conductor and Nano-Technology Facilities 8:00-9:00 AM Sunday, Jan 29,2017 Emperor’s I

 

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ASHRAE CODE OF ETHICS AND

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CORE VALUES

ashrae/ashrae-code-of-ethics

 

 

1.0

 

Introduction of attendees

A. Giesler

2

 

1.1

 

Roll call of voting Members

G. Shamsoian

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.0

 

Review/Approval of previous

A. Giesler

4

 

 

 

meeting minutes

 

 

 

2.1

 

Vote on previous minutes

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.0

 

Section Reports

A. Giesler – Chair Breakfast

2

 

 

Info attached to the Agenda:

 

 

 

Highlights -

 

 

 

 

 

TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.0

 

Membership

A. Giesler

4

 

4.1

 

Status Changes (Move Up/Down)

 

 

 

4.2

 

Voting Roster-review

 

 

 

4.3

 

New member Applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.0

 

ACRMTG PHIL NAUGHTON

 

5

 

 

 

Kishor is seeking input for the ACR MTG meeting from a TC

 

 

 

 

9.11 perspective

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are the questions and how I plan to answer them. If you think we should answer differently please let me know.

 

  1. What is the main industrial focus of your committee/organization? Clean Spaces and Cleanrooms

 

  1. What role Air Change Rates (ACR) play in your industry and why ACR is important for your industry? ACR has a significant impact on some industry segments that use cleanrooms. Currently several industries are regulated to provide minimum ACR based upon specific applications

 

  1. Are there codes, standards or design guidelines which dictate certain air change rates in your industry? There are codes and recommended practices that mandate minimum ACR for some applications. There are some guidelines that may be mandated by some regulatory authorities.

 

  1. What difference your committee/organization would like to make to the art and science of ACR? In general the committee would like to see changes in codes and recommended practices that allow for alternate means to be used to show compliance to cleanliness requirements in lieu of just ACR. There are several alternate means and methods that could be developed.

 

  1. What specific contributions you personally as a member of this MTG would like to make? As a voting member representing TC 9.11 I plan to represent the consensus of the TC with regards to input into the recommendations of the MTG. Personally I will provide my time and expertise to help achieve the goals of the MTG

 

  1. Any other suggestions, please be specific..

 

 

6.0

Sub-Committee Reports

 

 

6.1

Handbook

G. Shamshoian

8

6.2

Journal

M. Amstadt

2

6.3

Web page

J. Castro

4

6.4

Research

V. Gupta

8

6.5

Programs

P. Gardner

6

6.6

Design Guide

W. Sun

8

6.8

Energy Efficiency Subcommittee

Phil Naughton

5

 

 

Technical Bulletin paper on

 

 

 

“Cleanroom Energy Efficiency –

 

 

 

Meeting the Challenge”

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.0

Liaison reports:

 

Time

 

 

 

(minutes)

7.1

IEST/ISO

R Vijayakumar

2

7.2

ISPE

P. Gardner

2

7.3

CDC

K Mead

4

7.4

TC9.6 (healthcare)

R. Lautz

2

7.5

TC9.10 (Laboratory Systems)

P. Gardner

2

7.6

 

 

2

7.7

 

 

2

7.8

Any other?

 

2

8.0

Old Business

TBD

4

9.0

New Business

TBD

4

10.0

Comments on meeting

A.Giesler

2

 

 TC 9.11 Roster

 

 

 TC9 11_LasVegas_Meeting report_2017

 TC 9.11 Las Vegas Meeting Agenda

 TC 9.11 Minutes-Cover-Sheet-2016  St Louis

 TC9 11 StLouis Meeting report 2016

 TC 9.11 Roster

 Research & Technical Activities Report

 TC 9.11 Energy Efficiency Subcommittee Meeting, June 28, 2016
 TC9 11_Orlando_Meeting report_2016                            
 

 THE RESEARCH & TECHNICAL ACTIVITIES REPORT

 

Minutes

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Committee Chair

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Arthur Giesler TC0911@ashrae.net

Committee Scope

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TC 9.11 is concerned with air conditioning systems for cleanrooms and spaces, including process, product and facility air conditioning and related process ventilation for Research and Development, manufacturing, assembly, test and clean medical areas.

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Additional Information

A new subcommittee of TC9.11 – Energy Efficiency for Clean Rooms has been formed.
This subcommittee will focus on various aspects of energy efficiency of cleanrooms. The immediate goal of the subcommittee is to publish TC9.11 white paper on this topic. It will also help in other operations of our TC such as:
1.Proposing suitable journal article
2.Finding opportunities to propose Seminar, Forum and other technical sessions in ASHRAE conferences
3.Continue to publish ASHRAE white paper on the topic
4.Collaborate with other TCs and other related organization to share knowledge and experience on this topic

Do you want to get involved in your TC's issues at the Society level? If so, read through the pages of this site, attend the annual meeting, or contact our Committee Chair or a subcommittee member.

The subcommittee meetings are where the action is, so don't miss them. They are a good way for TC members to become more closely involved with the activities of the committee.