November 4, 2013 Anthony Crist, P.E. of Gresham Smith and Partners will be the speaker.
He will be repeating a presentation he gave for the ASCE Knoxville Branch’s October meeting. The following is what the ASCE said about their meeting:
You are invited to attend to learn about the winner of the 2013 ASCE TN Section Outstanding Engineering Project. The award winning project is from right here in Knoxville! The KUB Lower Third Creek Wastewater Storage Facility had stiff competition from projects such as the Music City Center in Nashville, TN.
Anthony Crist, P.E. of Gresham Smith and Partners will
present this topic.
Anthony is a professional engineer with over 16 years of experience in the water and wastewater field. Anthony’s experience includes the design of water and sewer pipelines, low pressure sewer systems, onsite wastewater treatment, wastewater pumping stations and force mains,
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pipeline installation and rehabilitation, water treatment facilities, instrumentation upgrades, sewage treatment facility evaluations, construction observation and construction administration.
He is experienced in erosion control, permitting and has performed design, engineering services during construction, and project management on numerous projects including the KUB Lower Third Creek Wastewater Storage Facility and Pumping Station for the PACE10 Program in Knoxville, Tennessee. As the Project Engineer and Project Manager, Anthony was instrumental in the site selection, design and construction of a 6.5-mg offline storage facility for sewer system flow equalization to reduce peak influent flows to the KUB Kuwahee Wastewater Treatment Facility
November 11 no meeting
November 18 Dr. William A. Miller will describe how a Zero Energy Building Research Alliance (ZEBRAlliance) evaluated the market viability of low-energy homes built in the Tennessee Valley in an effort to transform new and existing construction into affordable energy saver homes.
The ZEBRAlliance partners, Schaad Companies LLC, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), BarberMcMurry Architects and
the Department of Energy (DOE), built two pairs of homes and demonstrated 50 percent energy savings as compared to a home built to local code. Each home showcases a different envelope strategy. Structural Insulated panel (SIP house) is the envelope for one of a pair of homes having a walk-out basement. The other home with basement will use optimal value framing (OVF house) techniques. A third home with advanced framing features focuses on the benefits of insulations mixed with phase change materials (PCM house). The fourth home’s cladding is composed of an Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS house).
Dr. William A. Miller is a mechanical engineer with experience in heat and mass transfer, vapor compression refrigeration systems and absorption heat and mass transfer. He has extensive experience in experimental and finite difference simulations for application to roofing systems as
well as forced, natural and mixed convection heat
transfer. He served as Program Manager to direct the setup of ZEBRA 4 energy saver homes. He also serves as a Research Professor in the
Mechanical, Aeronautical and Biomedical Engineering department at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and is actively teaching Architecture Design in the College of Architecture.
November 25 – no meeting