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Retro-Commissioning a Performing Arts Center using HVAC-Cx

Author(s)
Natascha S. Milesi-Ferretti, Michael A. Galler, Steven T. Bushby, Robert Leader, J. M. Whitcomb, David W. Rush
This paper presents the use of a semi-automated commissioning tool for the energy retro-commissioning of the Performing Arts Center at Montgomery College in

Users Guide to the NIST Data Alignment Tool V1.0

Author(s)
Michael A. Galler
The Data Alignment Tool (DAT) was built to assist with the analysis of data used in testing Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FDD) tools and building

Users Guide to HVAC-Cx v2.2

Author(s)
Michael A. Galler, Natascha S. Milesi-Ferretti
HVAC-Cx is a software tool designed to facilitate performance analysis for mechanical equipment buildings. It is used for ongoing monitoring and provides the

Using the BACnet Data Source v1.7

Author(s)
Michael A. Galler
The BACnet Data Source (BDS) was developed to be used as a component of the Virtual Cybernetic Building Testbed (VCBT) (1), in conjunction with work on various

The Virtual Cybernetic Building Testbed-A Building Emulator

Author(s)
Steven T. Bushby, Michael A. Galler, Natascha S. Milesi-Ferretti, Cheol D. Park
Building emulators couple computer simulations to real control hardware, creating a useful tool for studying building control system performance. The National

Building Networks and Public Safety Communications

Author(s)
David G. Holmberg, Stephen J. Treado, William D. Davis, Steven T. Bushby, Alan B. Vinh, Michael A. Galler, R Vettori
The Building Networks and Public Safety Communications project has three components: (1) addressing feasibility of using building networks for bridging first

Using the BACnet Communications DLL v1.0

Author(s)
Michael A. Galler
The BACnet standard [1] defines a communication protocol for information exchange between components of a distributed building automation and control system

Building Information for Emergency Responders

Author(s)
Stephen J. Treado, Alan B. Vinh, David G. Holmberg, Michael A. Galler
This paper describes a methodology for controlling access to building information to approved external entities such as police, fire and public safety officials

Using the BACnet (R) firewall router

Author(s)
David G. Holmberg, Joel J. Bender, Michael A. Galler
The BACnet Firewall Router (BFR) is a BACnet router with security firewall functionality. As a firewall it allows network and address filtering plus network and

Measurements and Predictions of Light Scattering by Clear Coatings

Author(s)
M E. McKnight, Theodore V. Vorburger, Egon Marx, Maria E. Nadal, P Y. Barnes, Michael A. Galler
Comparisons are made between calculations and measured angle-resolved light scattering distributions from clear dielectric isotropic epoxy coatings over a range

Measurements and Predictions of Light Scattering by Coatings

Author(s)
Theodore V. Vorburger, Egon Marx, M E. McKnight, Maria E. Nadal, P Y. Barnes, Alan K. Thompson, Michael A. Galler, Fern Y. Hunt, Mark R. VanLandingham
We show comparisons between calculations and measurements of angle-resolved light scattering distributions from clear dielectric, isotropic coatings. The