Taylor Engineers staff has been prolific in its contributions to the industry literature. The publications below are available with permission from the publishers.

Solving the Large Building All-Electric Heating Problem

October 2021

ASHRAE Journal

Medical Office Building Thrives with Advanced Control Sequences

April 2021

ASHRAE Journal

Time Independent Energy Recovery (TIER) Design Brief

December 2020

Value-Based HVAC Equipment Selection

December 2019

ASHRAE Journal

VAV System Duct Main Design

April 2019

ASHRAE Journal

4-Pipe VAV vs. Active Chilled Beams for Labs

December 2018

ASHRAE Journal

Data Center Controls Reliability

October 2018

ASHRAE Journal

Fire + Smoke Damper Applications

August 2018

ASHRAE Journal

Making VAV Great Again

August 2018

ASHRAE Journal

A New Approach to Museum HVAC Design

August 2018

ASHRAE Journal

Sunlight and Indoor Thermal Comfort

July 2018

ASHRAE Journal

Designing Mega-AHUs

April 2018

ASHRAE Journal

Doubling Down on Not Balancing Variable Flow Hydronic Systems

December 2017

ASHRAE Journal

Fundamentals of Expansion Tanks

November 2017

ASHRAE Journal

Changeover Controls and Coils

August 2017

ASHRAE Journal

BAS Control of VAV Labs

April 2017

ASHRAE Journal

"Sweep" Parking Garage Exhaust Systems

July 2016

ASHRAE Journal

Resetting Setpoints Using Trim and Respond Logic

November 2015

ASHRAE Journal

VAV Box Duct Design

July 2015

ASHRAE Journal

Control Sequences & Controller Programming

March 2015

ASHRAE Journal

Select and Control Economizer Dampers in VAV Systems

November 2014

ASHRAE Journal

Return Fans in VAV Sytems

October 2014

ASHRAE Journal

Design and Control Waterside Economizers

June 2014

ASHRAE Journal

Climate-Adapted Design

May 2014

ASHRAE Journal

Tips to Reduce Chilled Water Plant Costs

October 2013

ASHRAE Journal

VAV Reheat vs. Active Chilled Beams and DOAS

May 2013

ASHRAE Journal

Return Air Systems

March 2013

ASHRAE Journal

Making UFAD Systems Work

March 2013

ASHRAE Journal

Restroom Exhaust Systems

February 2013

ASHRAE Journal

Dual Maximum VAV Box Control Logic

December 2012

ASHRAE Journal

Optimizing Design and Control of Chilled Water Plants, Part 5 Optimized Control Sequences

June 2012

ASHRAE Journal

Optimizing Design and Control of Chilled Water Plants, Part 4 Chiller and Cooling Tower Selection

March 2012

ASHRAE Journal

Optimizing Design and Control of Chilled Water Plants, Part 3 Pipe Sizing and Optimizing Delta

September 2011

ASHRAE Journal

Optimizing Design and Control of Chilled Water Plants, Part 2 Condenser Water Distribution

September 2011

ASHRAE Journal

Optimizing Design and Control of Chilled Water Plants, Part 1 Chilled Water Distribution System Selection

July, 2011

ASHRAE Journal

Economizer High Limit Devices and Why Enthalpy Economizers Don’t Work

November 2010

ASHRAE Journal

ASHRAE Technology Award, Laboratory

September 2010

ASHRAE Journal

Implications of Current Thermal Guidelines for Data Center Energy Use

May 2010

ASHRAE Journal

Energy-Saving Dorms

May 2010

ASHRAE Journal

Take Care of the Money Sensors

April 2010

Consulting Specifying Engineer

Humidity Control for Data Centers: Are They Necessary?

March 2010

ASHRAE Journal

Waterside Economizing in Data Centers

June 2009

ASHRAE Symposium

Moving Air for Comfort

May 2009

ASHRAE Journal

Sizing Pipe Using Life-Cycle Costs

October 2008

ASHRAE Journal

Using Demand Based Reset Strategies

April 2008

NCBC Transaction

Increasing Efficiency with VAV System Static Pressure Reset

June 2007

ASHRAE Journal

Optimizing Chilled Water Plant Controls

June 2007

ASHRAE Journal

Chilled Water Plant Retrofit, Case Study

June 2006

ASHRAE Transactions

CO2-Based DCV Using 62.1-2005

June 2006

ASHRAE Journal

A Tale of Two Codes

April 2006

ASHRAE Journal

Trend Analysis for Commissioning

January 2006

ASHRAE Journal

Specifying VAV Boxes

November 2005

HPAC Engineering

Engineering for Low Cost and High Efficiency, ASHRAE Technology Award Winner

October 2005

ASHRAE Journal Technology Award Winner

Taking Controls In-House

September 2005

Contracting Business Magazine

LEED® and Standard 62.1

September 2005

ASHRAE Journal

Sizing Exhaust System for Refrigeration Machinery Rooms

July 2005

Staying On-Line: Data Center Commissioning

April 2005

ASHRAE Journal

Operable Windows, Personal Control, and Occupant Comfort

June 2004

ASHRAE Symposium

Successful DDC System Retrofits

June 2004

ASHRAE Journal

Sizing VAV Boxes

March 2004

ASHRAE Journal

Too Hot, Too Cold: Diagnosing Occupant Complaints

January 2004

ASHRAE Journal

Development and Testing of the Characteristic Curve Fan Model

January 2004

ASHRAE Symposium

Operable Windows and HVAC Systems

December 2003

HPAC Engineering

A Fresh Look at Fans

May 2003

HPAC Engineering

Understanding Expansion Tanks

March 2003

ASHRAE Journal

Balancing Variable Variable Flow Hydronic Systems

October 2002

ASHRAE Journal

Development and Testing of a Reformulated Regression-Based Electric Chiller Model

June 2002

ASHRAE Symposium

Underfloor Air Distribution: Lesson Learned

May 2002

ASHRAE Journal

Primary-Only vs. Primary-Secondary Variable Flow Systems

February 2002

ASHRAE Journal

Tools and Techniques to Calibrate Electric Chiller Component Models

January 2002

ASHRAE Symposium

An Improved Cooling Tower Algorithm for the CoolTool™ Simulation Model

January 2002

ASHRAE Symposium

Degrading Chilled Water Plant Delta-T: Causes and Mitigation

January 2002

ASHRAE Symposium

Application of Component Models for Standards Development

January 2002

ASHRAE Symposium

Comparing Economizer Relief Systems

September 2000

ASHRAE Journal

CoolTools Project Overview

September 1997

Cool$Sense Forum

Series Fan-Powered Boxes: Their Impact on Indoor Air Quality and Comfort

July 1996

ASHRAE Journal

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Taylor Engineers has earned its place as Bay Area experts in mechanical, plumbing and control system designs. What is especially unique to our firm is a longstanding commitment to advancing the industry at large from a global perspective. We have written the energy and indoor air quality codes and standards engineers work with every day. We provide design guides and tools, teach via tutorials and presentations, write articles for publication and deliver educational seminars, forums and continuing education courses. 

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Taylor Engineers has earned its place as Bay Area experts in mechanical, plumbing and control system designs. What is especially unique to our firm is a longstanding commitment to advancing the industry at large from a global perspective. We have written the energy and indoor air quality codes and standards engineers work with every day. We provide design guides and tools, teach via tutorials and presentations, write articles for publication and deliver educational seminars, forums and continuing education courses. 

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Diligence + Leadership

Taylor Engineers has earned its place as Bay Area experts in mechanical, plumbing and control system designs. What is especially unique to our firm is a longstanding commitment to advancing the industry at large from a global perspective. We have written the energy and indoor air quality codes and standards engineers work with every day. We provide design guides and tools, teach via tutorials and presentations, write articles for publication and deliver educational seminars, forums and continuing education courses.