What’s Cool and Hot at Rocky Mountain ASHRAE?

  

Sponsors


 

 

ASHRAE RESEARCH DONATION With donations towards ASHRAE research of $100 or more, your business card can appear on this website. More info about business card ads

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

SimClub (RMESE)

First 2015 Meeting

January 15, 2015

 

The first SimClub meeting of 2015 at Industry. "A Year in Energy Modeling"

Click Here for more information

 

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Rocky Mountain ASHRAE 2015 Golf Tournament

June 15th, 2015

1:15 p.m. shotgun start

 

Deteails coming soon...

 

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ASHRAE logoJobs

 

Based on members' request for a career service board, ASHRAE has been working with Industry People Group/BirdDog for the past several years to provide a service where members can post resumes and find information about open positions in the industry. These services are provided through ASHRAE Jobs.

 

Click here to read more about this service.

   

ASHRAE Jobs

 

  

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Shirt Logo

 

Show your ASHRAE Rocky Mountain Chapter pride!

 

 

The comfortable classic polo shirt is available in both Men's and Women's adult sizes XS-6XL and are available in 36 different colors.

 

In addition, we also have a Nike dry fit performance polo shirt in Unisex style adult sizes XS-4XL available in 7 different colors.

 

Click here for the brochure detailing the styles and sizes

 

Click here to place an order on our website

 

  

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Rocky Mountain ASHRAE is Now on Twitter!

 

  

 

We are now on Twitter as @ASHRAERckyMtn. Follow us to keep up-to-date with current news and events for our Chapter.

 

Click on the following links to follow us on Twitter, Linked In, and Facebook!

 

To follow us on Twitter, click here

 

To follow us on Linked In, click here

 

To follow us on Facebook, click here

 

 

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Fun Industry History Facts

In 1941, the first hydrogen-cooled electrical generator for outdoor installation in the U.S. was put into operation. Built by the General Electric Company for the city of Glendale, California, it was rated 20,000 kW and cost $391,669. It was mounted on an open deck. (The first GE-built, hydrogen-cooled indoor generator started operation on 12 Oct 1937). In modern hydrogen-cooled turbo-generators, hydrogen is used as a coolant fluid. The stator core is direct cooled with hydrogen, for example, at a pressure of 3-6 bar. The advantage of hydrogen is a high thermal conductivity and lower friction than air-cooled generators, thus more efficient operation, lower fuel consumption, highest output capacity, and lowest operating cost.

 

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History & Library Archives

Looking for a presentation from a past Rocky Mountain ASHRAE Event or a newsletter from previous years?  Click here to check out our newly updated History & Library section.

 

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Help make our meetings more Sustainable – Ride Green

Each Month our chapter provides an incentive, other than just simply helping the planet, to be more green when traveling to our meetings.  Let us know if you carpool, walk, bike, or take public transportation.  We’ll give you a free ticket for the monthly raffle.

Click Here to figure out the best Public Transportation Route to our meeting.  In the upper left corner click on Get Directions and enter your starting point, location of our meeting (500 16th Street, Denver, CO) .  Be sure to specify “by public transit” in the drop down and click on “show options” to enter the times you want to travel.

Please contact ridegreen if you have questions or need some assistance (we realize it can be a bit tricky).

 

 

 

 

 

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