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Wild Flow, Concourse Expansion, and Other Adventures at Denver International Airport 

02-26-2019 10:46

Summary

On the verge of an unprecedented expansion, Denver International Airport is seeking to renew their thermal utilities and deal with the “wild” flow within their hydronic system that is causing additional maintenance, excess energy use, and limiting flexibility at the central plant. Through extensive hydraulic modeling, strategic new pump selection, and a fundamental change to how the hydronic loops are controlled; DEN seeks to address the systemic issues and add production capacity in a phased expansion to improve system operation before the additional square footage comes online.

Session 7D: System Expansion, Modernization, Optimization & Renewal 

Speakers

Haven Cassidy, Denver International Airport
Jeff Easton, Burns & McDonnell 


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