related to ATMOsphere America 2016
published on 17 June 2016
Paul Glanville presented GTI’s field trial of residential ammonia-water absorption heat pumps for residential use, which can be retrofitted from existing traditional gas units without the need of additional infrastructure.
Paul Glanville is a Senior Engineer at the Gas Technology Institute (GTI), managing a team of engineers in the Building Energy Efficiency group. At GTI, his research focuses on the development of low-emissions and high-efficient heating and cooling equipment, and assessing their performance in the field. Paul received his B.S. from the University of California at Davis and his M.S. from the University of Washington, both in Mechanical Engineering. In the intervening years, he worked for private industry and government agencies in air quality management. He is active in both ASME and ASHRAE, serving on several technical and organizational committees. He holds two patents and has authored several articles and papers, receiving the 2013 ASHRAE Willis H. Carrier Award for best paper. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Illinois.