Students

PhD Students

Project: ASHRAE RP-1785 Experimental Validation of Refrigerant Charge Models in Coils For Residential Split Systems
Email:

mansoor.ahmed@okstate.edu

Project: ASHRAE 1743-TRP: Effect of Inlet Duct and Damper Design on ASHRAE 37/116 Fan Performance and Static Pressure Measurements
Email:

matt.s.mitchell@okstate.edu

Project: Surface Water and Ground Heat Exchanger Modeling and Design Tool Development. EnergyPlus Development.
Email:

sarfraz@okstate.edu

Project: #1 ASHRAE RP-1742 Office equipment heat gain modelling (99% complete), #2 OSU-JCI OCAST - Heat Exchanger Model Development
Project: OSU-JCI OCAST – Commissioning of experimental setup for validation of a new heat exchanger model

MS Students

Email:

ddschmi@ostatemail.okstate.edu

Project: Development of a hot-gas bypass load stand for commercial compressor performance testing
Email:

john.franke@okstate.edu

Project: Design, Construction, and Commisioning of a Glycol Conditioning System
Email:

john.holman@okstate.edu

Project: An Examination of the Implementation of Underfloor Air Distribution in EnergyPlus
Email:

kienlh@okstate.edu

Project: Thermal storage application modeling
Email:

mason.kincheloe@okstate.edu

Project: Construction of a psychrometric wind tunnel for HVAC&R coil performance testing
Email:

rachel.spitler@okstate.edu

Project: Development of a whole building controls testbed

Undergraduate Students

bkadavy@okstate.edu

Project:
Supporting Drew Schmidt
Colton Tubbs
Project:
Support of construction of psychometric coil testing facility and support of the development of a multi-stage thermal control program for testing facility.

jakesingleton256@gmail.com

Project:
Assisting in the development of a hot-gas bypass load stand.

jfate@okstate.edu

Project:
Assisting in the commissioning of an experimental setup for validation of heat exchanger modeling
Project:
Assisting with modeling and experimental design to determine the behavior of an air conditioning unit at both part and full load.

zach.hendrickson@okstate.edu

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