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posted Sep 4, 2011, 7:41 AM by Brice Kosnik   [ updated Sep 4, 2011, 7:48 AM by president@nhashrae.org ]
The student chapter at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester is hosted by the Engineering Technology Program. Students in the Engineering Technology Program are pursuing a BS degree and take HVAC 1 and HVAC 2, four credit lab courses that cover the fundamentals of HAVC system design and operation. A background in thermodynamics and heat transfer is required for these courses. Students in HVAC 1 are required to join ASHRAE as student members and are encouraged to purchase the fundamentals handbook as a reference for the course. Students in HVAC 2 are required to participate in the Granite State chapter’s poster session and be judged by a panel of volunteers from the chapter. ASHRAE members are invited to give guest lectures on timely topics being covered in the courses.

The faculty advisor for the UNHM student chapter is R. Draper 
email contact; rwd@cisunix.unh.edu

Below, some photos of Student participation at Dec 2004 meeting of the chapter

 
 
 Job Omweno, senior in Mechanical Engineering Technology, receives the Granite State Chapter of ASHRAE scholarship check from John Price III, chapter president, at the December '04 meeting at the Red Blazer in Concord  Jeff Gardener and Eric Gelinas explaining results of coefficient of performance of R134a system.
 
 
 Job Omweno explaining how a PEM fuel cell works  Nick Couture explaining how pressure drop software works

Above, winners of the recent poster session competition at the December '04 meeting included UNHM student chapter officers, 1st place Job Omweno, vice president; 2nd place Jeff Gardener, secretary; and 3rd place Eric Gelinas, treasurer.

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