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MEETING INFORMATION
MEETING INFORMATION

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016

TANDOOR CUISINE OF INDIA 1132 E. Katella Avenue Orange, CA 92867

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OFFICER AND BOARD INSTALLATION

Orange County, California 2015 – 2016
Orange County, California
2015 – 2016
BOARD INSTALLATION Orange County, California 2015 – 2016 Juicy News from ASHRAE’s Orange Empire Chapter JEFF’S

Juicy News from ASHRAE’s Orange Empire Chapter

– 2016 Juicy News from ASHRAE’s Orange Empire Chapter JEFF’S BLOG As my last President’s message

JEFF’S BLOG

As my last President’s message for the year I would like to start by thanking my fellow board and committee members for their time and hard work this past year. While the uptick in the design and construction in Southern California is great for business, it also means we have less time to spare for activities like ASHRAE. Which makes my appreciation of the time given by the volunteers in the chapter

INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS AND BOARD OF GOVERNORS

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016 AT

OF OFFICERS AND BOARD OF GOVERNORS TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016 AT 1132 E. Katella Avenue, Orange,

1132 E. Katella Avenue, Orange, CA 92867

Please join us again for the always exciting Orange Empire ASHRAE Chapter installation meeting. We have important work to accomplish and will enjoy a new location, a great dinner, and some excellent company. Please be sure to invite a spouse, friend, or client as this will be a relaxing, enjoyable, and affordable evening.

this will be a relaxing, enjoyable, and affordable evening. all the greater. We tried a few

all the greater. We tried a few new things this past year such as the joint meeting with the OCEC in October and the tour of the Aquarium of the Pacific in February. A few of us went to a skeet shoot with Tri-County, and may try to make it a joint event this next year. Our website sprang to life and now actually has functioning links and up to date information. I know our Webmaster has a lot of great ideas and will continue to improve the site.

It is also great to see new members getting involved. We

(See JEFF’S BLOG page 2)

members getting involved. We (See JEFF’S BLOG page 2) Orange Spiel Editor Robert Hagstrom, P.E. c/o

Orange Spiel Editor Robert Hagstrom, P.E. c/o Southern California Edison

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have new chairpersons for YEA and Student Activities. So, as I hand the reigns of the

chapter over to our newly elected President, Eric Decker, I wish him the best of luck for the new year. Once again, thank you everyone for your hard work and

support this past year, and I’m thankful for everyone I have served with on the board for the past five years. Jeff Conrad

with on the board for the past five years. Jeff Conrad COMPARING FAN MOTOR TECHNOLOGIES contribute

COMPARING FAN MOTOR TECHNOLOGIES

five years. Jeff Conrad COMPARING FAN MOTOR TECHNOLOGIES contribute to the increased overall cooling efficiency of

contribute to the increased overall cooling efficiency of a complete HVAC system when used as the fan motors in a furnace, air handler or packaged air conditioning system.

MOTOR COMPARISONS

In order to understand the benefits of this motor, it is important to look at, understand and compare the other motor technologies prevalent in the industry - PSC single -speed and ECM variable-speed. PSC single -speed motor technology has been the standard in the industry for many years and represents the highest installed base. PSC motors are typically positioned by most manufacturers as a standard product offering and are used in furnaces, air handlers, condensing units and packaged products. 20 years ago, the PSC motor was a premium addition element because of its improved efficiency over shaded pole

By Craig F. Hofferber, CxA

The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry currently uses a variety of motor technologies in its equipment. The type specified in a product design depends upon several criteria, including the product’s performance goals, positioning, cost and potential application. Historically, the two predominant direct blower/fan drive motor types have been permanent split capacitor (PSC) single-speed motors with winding taps for speed control and electronically commutated motors (ECMs) with inherent variable -speed capability. Most HVAC professionals understand the key differences between these two motor types and are comfortable discussing the benefits of one technology over another. In 1987, General Electric (now known as Genteq) introduced an improved ECM motor technology to the industry. This new technology has significantly gained in popularity among heating and air conditioning equipment manufacturers. The new high-efficiency motor helped manufacturers meet the 13 SEER mandate implemented by the federal government in 2006. The motor is based on electronically commutated motor (ECM) technology and can

motors used before them. The popularity of the PSC motor can be attributed to its simplicity, reliability, low cost and flexibility. PSC motors are induction motors that typically use alternating current (AC) and include two key components in their design - a stator (the stationary section of the motor) and a rotor (the rotating part of the motor) and a phase -shift capacitor for slip reduction. In essence, it transforms electrical energy into mechanical shaft energy with fixed and variable losses. A magnetic field is induced in the rotor opposite in polarity of the magnetic field in the stator. Therefore, as the magnetic field rotates in the stator, the rotor

(See FAN MOTOR TECH page 3)

stator. Therefore, as the magnetic field rotates in the stator, the rotor (See FAN MOTOR TECH

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mechanically rotates to maintain its alignment with the stator’s rotating magnetic field. The rotor constantly lags behind the magnetic field in the stator, resulting in what is known as asynchronous operation or slip. This slip generates heat, greatly contributing to the lower operational efficiency of PSC motors. However, since there are few mechanical components, this design has proven to be simple and reliable, and can be manufactured at a relatively low cost. The PSC motor is more efficient than the shaded pole induction motors it replaced years ago because of reduced slip. PSC motors are inherently single-speed machines because their efficient operating point is at that speed. Slower speeds require voltage taps or variable voltage controllers to weaken the magnetic field generated by the stator causing the motor to slow down under load. For example, an equipment manufacturer may utilize a ½ HP PSC motor in a 3 -ton furnace in order to deliver an average airflow of 1,200 CFM within a range of external static pressures (ESP) often found in assorted applications.

Comparing Fan Motor Technologies

But what if the duct system layout in a specific application has an increased static pressure because the mechanical contractor added a better but more restrictive air filter? In order to make PSC motors more flexible for a variety of applications, they include voltage speed taps allowing the user to

manipulate the motor’s speed by increasing its slip loss to ensure that correct airflow is delivered for both optimal performance and safety within a range of external static pressures. Remembering that there is a limit to the amount of static pressure the motor and fan can produce, as static pressure increases, the speed of

a PSC motor naturally increases because at lower voltages it becomes a variable torque

machine up to its full speed even

if set at a lower speed tap.

Higher static pressures equate to lower airflows requiring higher fan speeds to restore the flow. Although the lack of programmability may appear to be

a disadvantage, PSC motors with

speed taps are flexible because they can be used for most retrofit

and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications. There are disadvantages inherent in PSC motors. For example, PSC motors are significantly less efficient than ECM motors because they have slip losses that increase as the speed is reduced, making them more difficult for a manufacturer to apply to a high -SEER system design. A PSC motor that will use approximately 552 watts in cooling and continuous fan mode

is not ideal for continuous fan

operation because the fan runs at

full speed when turned on, using more energy than this function should require. This also makes them less attractive for continuous fan applications where the fan needs to run slower but longer to keep the air filtered. Additionally, since PSC motors are not programmable and the motor speed cannot be fundamentally altered. With

reduced efficiency as speed is reduced, it is more difficult to apply these motors to advanced multi -capacity system operation.

PREMIUM ECM VARIABLE SPEED MOTOR TECHNOLOGY

ECM variable -speed motor technology can be controlled by a simple analog DC command signal (0 -10 VDC) similar to using a dimmer in lighting control applications, meaning it is highly variable, making its precise performance ideal for a variety of advanced applications. Most manufacturers typically position an ECM motor in a premium product offering and use the motors in furnaces, air handlers, condensing units and packaged products. Because the ECM motor can be programmed for higher speed ranges than a PSC motor which is limited to the pole ratio at 60 HZ, the popularity of the ECM motor can be attributed to its wider performance, flexibility and reliability range. There are several other ECM motor designs on the market. Some of these models include additional features that allow for more sophisticated programming options specifically intended for equipment that utilizes communicating digital control systems. ECM technology is based on a digitally commutated direct current (DC) design that is inherently more efficient and runs cooler than alternating current PSC motor designs because they have no slip and lower core losses at any speed. In a traditional DC motor, permanent magnets replace the stator, and a series of windings

(See FAN MOTOR TECH page 4)

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are wrapped around the rotor. When electricity is applied to the motor, a magnetic field is created in the windings, causing it to turn toward the magnetic field created by the stator. From there, brushes in contact with a commutator (e.g., an electrical switch that mechanically commutates the rotor) allows the current and magnetic field to shift from winding to winding, forcing the rotor to continuously rotate. Unfortunately, the brushes and the commutator quickly wear out, resulting in motor failure, however they respond well to variable voltage power sources to get variable speed operation. What makes ECM motors better than their mechanical DC counterparts? First, in the ECM motor, the magnets and windings switch positions. The permanent magnets are on the rotor and the windings are placed around the rotor. This makes the ECM a brushless motor, eliminating early failures caused by worn brushes and commutators but retaining the inherent variable speed capability of a DC motor. Second, the ECM design combines a microprocessor and a digital electronic controller with the motor. The electronics precisely commutate the stator so that it is always synchronized with the rotor at all programmed speeds. Additionally, in the case of a failure, the bearings, the controller or the stator can be replaced without having to replace the entire motor. How long has it been since a fractional HP fan motor has been fixed in the field?

Comparing Fan Motor Technologies

Unlike conventional PSC motors, which are inherently one -speed machines forced into a variable speed mode, ECM motors are inherently variable speed over a wide range of speeds with equal efficiency. This is critical because blowers need flexible speeds in order to deliver the airflow required by a multitude of system designs. ECM motor technology provides the ability to program and deliver constant airflow over a wide range of fan total static pressures with fewer frame sizes required, which is great for manufacturers and repair specialists. This feature can automatically compensate for added pressure drop introduced to the system. For example, if a duct system layout has an increased static pressure due to bends and turns, the presence of a media filter, the motor will automatically ramp up its speed to ensure that the programmed amount of airflow is delivered within the rating of the motor to produce torque at the higher speed. This is accomplished by programmability without the use of additional components and is an inherent feature. Equipment manufacturers don’t encourage poor duct design, but ECM motor technology has some tolerance for compensating for poor system design. It is important to be cautious, because increased noise levels, uncharacteristic of these motors may result if the design is overly restrictive and the fan speed automatically increases to overcome the system issues. This combination of

performance, reliability and programmable flexibility makes ECM designs an ideal solution for high - SEER or multi -stage systems. It also has the potential to increase overall cooling system performance by one or more SEER points through reduction in motor heat added to the airstream. Beyond programmability and efficiency, ECM motors offer many other advantages that enhance consumer comfort. These motors are the quietest of the three motor types because they have the ability to ramp up and down slowly, making them ideal for quiet space applications. Variable -speed motors are also the best choice for constant fan operation because the motor can be set to run at about one -third of its designed speed, using less power resulting in both noise reduction and energy savings that the consumer will appreciate. The indoor environment will also benefit from reduced air stratification, ensuring more consistent and precise space temperatures and of course consistent air filtration. If dehumidification is required, variable -speed fan motors offer the best solution because they can be slowed down during cooling operation, allowing the evaporator coil to remove more humidity from the air and are particularly effective when combined with two -stage compressors. ECM variable -speed motors do have disadvantages. They are more complicated technically and carry a cost premium. On average, a mechanical contractor may anticipate a 20 -30 percent cost premium for equipment

(See FAN MOTOR TECH page 5)

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26 April 2016 4:40 - 5:30 PM

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Place: Holiday Inn 2726 S. Grand Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92705

MEETING ATTENDEES

Bryson Borzini (BB) Jeff Conrad (JC) Erick Decker (ED) Greg Glover (GG) Kenneth Golovko (KG) Robert Hagstrom (RH) Jeff Hanzel (JH) Carlon Haywood (CH) Mike Lynaugh (ML) Margaret Peterson (MP) Steve Rawski (SR) John Sawyer (JS) Mat Waller (MW) Derrick Wyka (DW) David Yancosky (DY)

CALL TO ORDER

1. Meeting called to order at 4:40 PM

2. Quorum established

3. Announcements

4. Next Meeting Date: May 24, 2016 Installation Dinner at Tandoori Cuisine of India

DISCUSSION ITEMS

1. JC motion call to order. KG second

2. January meeting minutes approved via email

3. Treasurer items

a. 2016 Actual vs. Budget – $59,000 spent vs. $66,000 budget

b. Current balance of ~$56,293 (Some money in PayPal)

c. Half of Region X dues paid

d. (2) $2,000 scholarships to still be given away. To be

discussed later at meeting 4. Election of Officers

2016-2017 – Nominations

a. President: Erick Decker

b. President Elect:

Ken Golovko

c. Vice President:

Derrick Wyka

d. Treasurer: Greg Glover

e. Secretary:

Carlon Haywood

f. Board of Governors:

John Sawyer, Steve Rawski, Mat Waller, and Craig Hofferber

g. SR to propose new

Officers for voting at dinner

5. CRC – Los Angeles August 2016

a. Need to sign up by

4/29/16

b. ED and KG required to be there entire time. Key Chairs should go. Others vary (Student activities, etc.)

c. Let DW know about

individual costs. Send receipts to DW

6. May Installation Dinner

a. ED to determine location

b. Target date 5/24/16

7. Student Activities

a. BB to step down from Student Activities and YEA Chair. MP to take over Student Activities. Charlotte to take over YEA Chair

b. Finalizing student chapter with CSULB and having it recognized by ASHRAE

c. Hank Bagheri professor at CSULB. Heavily active in local and regional ASHRAE for the last 30 years

d. (2) $2000 scholarships approved. Applications to be reviewed by SR, MW, and BB by 5/10/16

e. Scholarships to be given

out at May Installation Dinner

8.

Communications Chair

a. Roster is going. Best way to secure it is through Dropbox

b. Members have requested

that they get the technical and dinner session presentations

9.

PAOE points. Each of the chairs need to put the points for PAOE by June

10.

JS provided RP info. On budget. We’ve done both RP and Annuity. DW to find out how much we’ve issued. Must be done by June

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JC move to close. ED second — END OF MINUTES —

Greg Glover

move to close. ED second — END OF MINUTES — Greg Glover FAN MOTOR TECH (continued

FAN MOTOR TECH

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utilizing ECM motors over standard PSC motors. Control of ECM motor speed is usually accomplished using a

digital serial interface or by a

0 -10 VDC analog speed

command signal. Maximum speed settings are determined by how high the 0 -10 VDC signal is allowed to rise within the motor’s programmed speed range. Reduced speeds mean reduced speed command voltage. Using a digital interface, the speeds are commanded from 0 -100% directly. No analog signal interface is necessary or needed. The same digital interface can also report motor variables such as running speed, motor current, HP and other instantaneous values, plus motor failure if and when it occurs. – END –

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Thanks for a Great Year! It’s time for summer break and, as usual, the ASHRAE
Thanks for a Great Year!
It’s time for summer break and, as usual, the ASHRAE
Orange Empire Chapter, and the Orange Spiel,
will close down for the summer.
See You in September!
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2015–2016 PARTIAL ROSTER

CHAPTER OFFICERS

 

Jeff Conrad

Eric Decker

Vice

Kenneth Golovko

Treasurer

Derrick Wyka

Greg Glover

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Craig F. Hofferber Mike Lynaugh Stephen J. Rawski, P.E. John Sawyer Matthew Waller, P.E.

COMMITTEES AND CHAIRPERSONS

Membership

Eric Decker Carlon Haywood

Resource Promotion Student Activities Refrigeration Technology Newsletter Editor Table Top Displays

Jeff Hanzel Michael Garabedian Bryson Borzini Grant Schaffer Ken Golovko/Akshay Grover Robert Hagstrom Jeff Conrad

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MEETING SUMMARY

TUESDAY MAY 24, 2016

OFFICER AND BOARD INSTALLATION

SEPTEMBER 22, 2015

Dinner:

The Design / Build Process

Theme:

Membership Night

Place:

Holiday Inn, Santa Ana

OCTOBER 28, 2015 Technical: DDC and FDD Challenges in

Dinner:

Theme:

Place:

California Increased Pump Efficiency Using Full Size Impellers and The Benefits of Overspeeding Pumps Joint Meeting with ASPE Holiday Inn, Santa Ana

Efficiency Using Full Size Impellers and The Benefits of Overspeeding Pumps Joint Meeting with ASPE Holiday
Efficiency Using Full Size Impellers and The Benefits of Overspeeding Pumps Joint Meeting with ASPE Holiday

NOVEMBER 17, 2015

Dinner:

Tall Building Challenges with

Theme:

Distinguished Lecturer Peter Simmonds SMACNA Night

Place:

Holliday Inn, Santa Ana

DECEMBER 15, 2015

Dinner:

Making Connections

Theme:

Joint Meeting with So. California and

Place:

Tri-County Chapters SoCal Gas ERC, Downey

JANUARY 19, 2016

Dinner:

Refrigerants and Regulatory Update

Theme:

Refrigeration and Membership Night

Place:

J.T. Schmid’s (Anaheim/Honda Ctr.)

FEBRUARY 23, 2016

Technical: Tour of the Aquarium of the Pacific Dinner at: Bubba Gump Shrimp Company

Theme:

Research and Past Presidents Night

Place:

Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach

MARCH 15, 2016

Dinner:

Understanding HVAC and Plant

Theme:

Dynamics in Grow Room Applications Joint Meeting with San Diego

Place:

The Crossings At Carlsbad

APRIL 26, 2016 Technical: Proposing Alternative Standards to Save Energy in Future Buildings

Dinner:

Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

Theme:

Student Night

Place:

Holiday Inn, Santa Ana

MAY 24, 2016 Theme:

Place:

Officer and Board Installation

Tandoor Cuisine of India

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