May 2011 News

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The Celebration of the 90th Anniversary of the Technical Society of Knoxville was

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held on the evening of Thursday May 12, 2011 at the Crowne Plaza. Forty five people attended.

Arcadis, S&ME and Rembco were sponsors of the event.
The Technical Society presented Dean Wayne Davis of the UT Engineering College with a check adding to the principle invested in the Technical Society Charles Ferris scholarship fund.

The 90th Anniversary talk title was: “Demonstrating Energy Efficient Technologies for a Carbon Constrained World”. The speaker was Ron Domitrovic Senior Project Manager in the Power Delivery & Utilization Sector at EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute). Ron manages EPRI’s Knoxville HVAC laboratory and is the Technical Leader for the commercial Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) and residential mini-split heat pump portions of EPRI’s National Energy Efficiency Demonstration Project. He has extensive experience in the design of thermal system testing apparatus and in the evaluation of HVAC equipment performance.

May 2, 2011 – Lee Walter, PE, spoke. His title was “Beneficial Reuse of MGP Sites as Urban Parks, Utilizing Tennessee and EPA Brownfield Programs”. He showed two case studies which outline the remediation and beneficial reuse of two different scenarios. Mr. Walter is a professional engineer with 20 years experience crafting environmental solutions. He is the Environmental Manager for the Knoxville office of ARCADIS. He showed the results of reclamation of two coal gasification plant sites that had been shut down

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May 16, 2011 – Lynne Liddington, Director at Knox County Air Quality Management spoke. Air quality standards are changing and Knox County will be challenged. She discusssed the process and timing involved in revising air quality standards.The EPA may promulgate standards for ozone that are virtually impossible for Knox County to meet without some way of controlling the emissions of traffic- mainly trucks- on the interstate highways that pass through the Tennessee Valley

May 23, 2011 – Bruce Stearns, Project Manager at Pro2Serve spoke. In the past he has been owner at Bruce G Stearns & Associates, Senior Engineer at MACTEC ,and Senior Scientist at Fishbeck Thompson Carr & Huber .
He presented slides of core samples of lignite that would enthuse the heart of any geologist. The conclusion from his and other studies is there is a large deposit of lignite in west Tennessee which can be economically exploited. The lignite can be obtained with much less removal of overburden than in other deposits in other states. The area where the lignite if found is flat and the lignite could be dug up and the overburden could be replaced without destroying the contour of the ground (because it has very little contour).

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