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Phasing Required for Adding CHW Capacity and Replacing Aging Infrastructure for an Urban Campus 

07-01-2019 11:53

Summary

Due to expected campus growth, the University of Pittsburgh’s existing chilled water system will no longer have enough firm capacity to meet the future campus demand. A combination of existing plant upgrades and a new chilled water generation facility as well as extensive distribution piping is needed to satisfy the existing and future growth on campus. Challenges include economically phasing new chilled water capacity into the existing system while also accounting for future needs.

Track 5C: District Cooling

Speakers

Mike Sinack, University of Pittsburgh
Jim Harris, Burns & McDonnell
Stephen Svoboda, University of Pittsburgh


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