Dynamic ventilation reset strategies
Online training | presented by John Murphy, LEED AP
LEED AP, Applications Engineer, Trane
John has been with Trane since 1993, where his primary responsibility as an applications engineer is to aid HVAC design engineers and Trane sales personnel in the proper design and application of HVAC systems. His main areas of expertise include energy efficiency, dehumidification, air-to-air energy recovery, psychrometry, ventilation, dedicated outdoor-air systems, VAV systems, and ASHRAE Standards 62.1 and 90.1. John is the author of numerous Trane application manuals and Engineers Newsletters, and is a frequent presenter on Trane's Engineers Newsletter Live series of broadcasts.
John is a member of ASHRAE, has authored several articles for the ASHRAE Journal, and has been a member of that society's "Moisture Management in Buildings" and "Mechanical Dehumidifiers" technical committees. He is a frequent presenter at ASHRAE conferences, was a contributing author of the Advanced Energy Design Guide for K-12 Schools and the Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Hospitals and Health Care Facilities, and was a technical reviewer for the ASHRAE Guide for Buildings in Hot and Humid Climates.
Prior to his work with Trane, John received his BSME from Iowa State University, specializing in HVAC analysis and design.