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Feb 2021
Dr. Khankari is appointed as a Member of the ASHRAE Infectious Aerosols Position Document (PD) Committee.
He will work with other experts in the field to develop ASHRAE’s position on this subject.
July 2020
Dr. Khankari is nominated for a Voting Member of ASHRAE Technical Committee TC9.10 Laboratory Systems.

June 2020

Dr. Khankari is nominated as a Chair of an ad hoc committee of ASHRAE Technical Committee TC5. 3 Room Air Distribution for evaluation of room air distribution systems on the spread of airborne contaminants.

August 2019
Dr. Khankari is nominated for a Voting Member of ASHRAE Research Advisory Panel.
July 2019
Dr. Khankari is nominated for a Voting Member of ASHRAE Technology Council.
July 2019
Dr. Khankari is nominated for a Voting Member of ASHRAE Environmental Health Committee and as a Chair of Policy Subcommittee.

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Can Space Volume Adversely Affect the Dilution of Contaminants?

What is Air Changes per Hour (ACH)? Clean air is supplied to indoor spaces to dilute the concentration of contaminants to a certain acceptable level. The requirement for such ventilation airflow rate is generally specified in terms of Air Changes per Hour (ACH). It is...

Laminar Diffusers – Do They Really Work?

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Hospital Operating Rooms – HVAC Configuration Matters!

This is a follow-up to the previous post on airflow patterns in hospital operating room (OR). Previous Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) study of a legacy HVAC design of a hospital OR indicated that the supply airflow rates or air change rates (ach) have a little...