1 Number: Sample Natural Ventilation Application Mechanical Installation at Jewellery Business Kuyumcukent
3 President s Overview Owner on Behalf of TTMD: Gürkan Arı Responsible for Publication: Murat Çakan Responsible Editorial Manager: B. Hakkı Buyruk Zeki Aksu Tuba Bingöl Altıok Yalım Atalay Suat Arzık Abdullah Bilgin Şaban Durmaz Göksel Duyum Artuğ Fenercioğlu Devrim Gürsel Hasan Heperkan Kahraman Albayrak Ahmet Arısoy İbrahim Atılgan Erdinç Boz Aytekin Çakır Celalettin Çelik İrfan Çelimli Kevork Çilingiroğlu Fatma Çölaşan Nilüfer Eğrican Hüseyin Erdem Serper Giray Gülden Gökçen Ersin Gürdal Serdar Gürel Murat Gürenli Hüseyin Günerhan Arif Hepbaşlı Hasan Heperkan EDITORIAL BOARD ADVISORY COMMITTEE CONTACT TTMD Head Office Bestekar Sk. Çimen Apt. No:15/2 Kavaklıdere/Ankara Tel: Faks: Web: E-posta: Ender İren Atilla Kantarman Eren Kalafat Onur Koca Cafer Ünlü Güven Öğüş Nazif Özakıncı Züleyha Özcan Erdal Taştekin Birol Yavuz Akdeniz Hiçsönmez Ömer Kantaroğlu Engin Kenber Abdurrahman Kılıç Birol Kılkış Olcay Kıncay Ömer Köseli Rüknettin Küçükçalı Celal Okutan Baycan Sunaç Numan Şahin Macit Toksoy Haşmet Türkoğlu Gönül Utkutuğ Abdülvahap Yiğit Tuncay Yılmaz Zerrin Yılmaz Dear colleagues, The concrete impacts of climatic problems triggered by increased environmental pollution due to intensive use of technology and energy in line with modern living style are felt remarkably by modern people. We have to draw necessary lessons from the emerging problems and their impacts without wasting any further time, and exert efforts to stop this trend and take serious measures using our own mind and consciousness. Otherwise, the growing imbalance in nature will inevitably cause even greater problems for mankind. During the last century, mankind headed towards easy solutions in the building sector due to the readily available cheap energy, exaggerated the artistic dimensions of the business, and abandoned the ecological, energyefficient and environment friendly building style. Today, mankind understands that energy resources are not infinite, and the increased global warming and impacts due to intensive consumption have directed mankind to new quests. People of the next century will most probably not use fossil fuels, even if they are available, and will have to meet their needs largely from renewable energy resources. In order not to get caught unprepared, we have to acquire this awareness now and create and introduce the infrastructure for new and renewable technologies. I hope the symposium brings about successful results for our colleagues, industry and country. Gürkan ARI Chairman of Executive Board TTMD 1 Production ASMEDYA Birlik Mah Sok. 5/2 Çankaya / ANKARA Baskı/Printing: Dumat Ofset Distributed throughout Turkey. According to the Turkish Press Laws, the journal is considered to be local periodical.
4 Turkish Society of HVAC & Sanitary Engineers Our Activities Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers (TTMD, Türk Tesisat Mühendisleri Derneği) was founded by Mr. Celal OKUTAN and his friends in 1992 under the title of, Association of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers ( Tesisat Mühendisleri Derneği ) to develop HVAC and sanitary engineering, and to earn the sector the respect it deserves. In 1997, the word Turkish was added before the title and a significant step towards becoming a national association was taken. The Association Economic Enterprise was founded in TTMD regularly holds an International HVAC+R Technology Symposium once every two years, and an annual workshop to discuss a selected topic in detail, participates in domestic and overseas fairs and symposia in the sector, and publicizes and supports such activities. TTMD also publishes books for professional development, and a bimonthly journal addressing the sector with the title TTMD Dergisi (previously TTMD Bülteni for 35 issues). In addition, an English issue is published annually to promote our sector overseas. On the other hand, training programs and seminars are held by our Regional Offices to improve the service quality of our colleagues. Our society tries to facilitate forming of bonds among our colleagues by bringing them together in various platforms, in addition to making a significant contribution to the sector by improving the quality of on-the-job training, which is among its purposes of foundation. TTMD has become a member of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating and Refrigeration Engineers) in 1997, of REHVA (Federation of European Heating and Air Conditioning Association) in 2000, and of CLIMAMED (Joint Organization of HVAC&R Associations of France, Italy, Portugal, Spain) in TTMD develops and supports R&D projects within the framework of university-industry cooperation, takes active part in the preparation of standards and regulations, cooperates with public bodies in the preparation of regulations thus contributing to their conformity with the norms, develops and operates national and international projects (EU, FCO, etc.), and continues its publishing and educational activities in the sector. TTMD performs various activities related to installation in line with its charter, and thus contributes to the public good. Some of the activities of the society performed with this aim are as follows. Realizing knowledge and technology transfer, Contributing to the efficient use of energy in our country, Improving knowledge accumulation and knowledge sharing in the sector and thus contributing to the building of better buildings and plants, Promoting our Country overseas in its own sector, Representing our colleagues in international platforms and following the developments closely, Contributing to the training and research of our colleagues offering professional services, newly graduated engineers, and students willing to develop their skills in this profession in application field, and contribute to knowledge and technology transfer, Providing the necessary communication and discussion enviromnent, Contributing to the research undertaken in universities and research centers concerning our profession and improving the university-industry cooperation, Publication of journals, books, and manuals containing correct and contemporary information on the installation sector, and the establishment of Rules of Conduct, Contributing to the development of the country as we do our profession, Creating healthy, safe, hygienic, comfortable, in a word, livable environments in different buildings in which people spend about % of their times, Generating energy-efficient and environment-friendly solutions and cooperating on this issue, Working in coordination with other professional and expertise groups. TTMD Management Board History of Presidency Gürkan Arı President M. Bülent Özgür Vice President Baycan Sunaç Vice President Hırant Kalataş Vice President Bünyamin Ünlü General Secretary Murat Gürenli Treasurer Abdurrahman Kılıç Member Ömer Köseli Member Güniz Gacaner Member Kemal Gani Bayraktar Member Tuba Bingöl Altıok Member Sarven Çilingiroğlu Member Ramazan Yazgan Member Founding Honorary President Celal Okutan 1 st Term - Celal Okutan 2 nd Term - Numan Şahin 3 rd Term - M. Serdar Gürel 4 th Term - Ömer Kantaroğlu 5 th Term - Engin Kenber 6 th Term - B. Erdinç Boz 7 th Term - Hüseyin Erdem 8 th Term - Abdullah Bilgin 9 th Term - Cafer Ünlü 2 Representation Metin Karabacak Adana Züleyha Özcan Ankara Ayşen Hamacıoğlu Antalya İbrahim Akdemir Bursa Tefik Demirçalı Denizli Özcan Türkbay Eskişehir Göksel Duyum İstanbul İbrahim Üstün Tatlıdil İzmir Necdet Altuntop Kayseri İlhan Tekin Öztürk Kocaeli Öner Boysal Konya Orhan Cazgır Samsun Mustafa Eyriboyun Zonguldak International Memberships American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers Federation of European HVAC Associations Climamed
6 Contents 3 President s Overview 6 NEWS 6 English Program Symposium TTMD 20 Years of Age 15 TTMD Projects: Green Careers 16 Full Support to the Private Sector in Transition to Low-Carbon Economics: Climate Platform 4 16 The Concept of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) and the Project of SCP Turkey 16 HIP Work Continues under HIP Project
7 Contents 17 Aqua Conserver First Step Taken in Aqua Conserver Project 17 TTMD in Climamed Congress TTMD In ICHVAC-3 21 ARTICLE 21 Sample Natural Ventilation Application Sarven Çilingiroğlu 5 33 Mechanical Installation At Jewellery Businesses Kuyumcukent Kani Korkmaz
8 News English Program Symposium
9 News HALL A April 30, Monday 08:30-09:45 REGISTRATION 09:45-10:45 OPENING CEREMONY 10:45-11:00 Coffee Break Looking at İstanbul or Seeing İstanbul! 11:00-11:45 Opening Conference: Sunay Akın Chairman: Numan Şahin 11:45-12:30 HALL B Future Energy Concepts For Buildings and Districts - From Energy To Exergy Invited Speaker: Gerhard Hausladen 12:30-14:00 Lunch 14:00-15:40 14:00-14:20 14:20-14:40 14:40-15:00 15:00-15:20 Session - 1A - 1: Technical Session: Energy Efficient Buildings Chairman: Engin Kenber Importance of Dynamic Energy Modelling In Energy Efficient and Green Structure Design A. Zerrin Yılmaz, Ece Kalaycıoğlu, Alpay Akgüç, Meltem Bayraktar Evaluation of Environmental Performances and Energy Efficiency Projections In The Construction Industry In Turkey Taner Soner, M. Ziya Sögüt Green Buildings: Barriers, Opportunities, Supporting Policies and Creating Demand In The Transformation Process of The Construction Industry Çağla Pınar Utkutuğ, Gönül Utkutuğ Potential Customer Approach to Green Housings: A Survey in Ankara Çayyolu Çağla Pınar Utkutuğ, Sanem Alkibay, Zeliha Eser Session -1B - 1: Technical Session: Energy Efficient Buildings Chairman: Erdinç Boz Energy Efficient Double Shell Curtain Wall Systems Gözde Çakır HVAC Applications In Elliptical Architectural Structures Coşku Cengiz, Şenol Kılıç Plumbing Systems In Light Steel Frame Constructions Semih Göksel Yıldırım Building Material Use In Energy Efficient Structures Çiğdem Tekin 15:20-15:40 Master Project Integral Design For Net Zero Energy Buildings Wim Zeiler Energy Labelling and Certification In HVAC Products Yüksel Köksal 15:40-16:00 Coffee Break PANEL: Sustainable Energy Management in Urban Transformations Moderator: Handan Türkoğlu, ITU City and Regional Planning Gerhard Hausladen, The Technische Universität München, Building and Climatization Services Gençay Tatlıdamak, Architect - Advisor, Sustainable Buildings Designer, IB Hausladen Emre Kahraman, City Planner, Municipality of Gaziantep, Department of Housing and Urban 16:00-18:30 Development Seda Müftüoğlu, Architect, Municipality of Gaziantep, Department of Housing and Urban Development Uygur Kınay, Ministry of Environment and Urbanism, General Directorate of Professional Services, Department of Energy Efficiency Aynur Şule Sümer, Municipality of Kadıköy, Head, Department of Environmental Protection and Control 18:30-20:00 OPENING COCKTAIL - Wow Hotel & Convention Center 7 In Hall A, there will be simultaneous translation from Turkish to English and English to Turkish.
10 News 09:00-10:40 May 1, Tuesday HALL A HALL B Session-2A-1: Technical Session: Energy Session-2B-1: Technical Session: Energy Efficient Buildings Efficient Buildings Chairman: Nilüfer Eğrican Chairman: Serdar Gürel 09:00-09:20 From Passive House Through nzeb To Energy Plus Buildings, Some Dutch Examples Wim Zeiler Energy Use During The Lifespan of A Wooden Frame Building Hüseyin Günerhan, Burak Hozatlı 09:20-09:40 09:20-09:40 09:40-10:00 10:00-10:20 Active Roof Cooling By Floating Water Wim Zeiler, Derek Vissers Your Green Compass: Environmental Indicators M. Selçuk Ercan Sustainability = MEPS + Assuring Compliance Through Third Party Certification James Walters Is The UK s Zero Carbon Standard For Housing a Solution For CO2 Reduction In Turkey? Passivhaus Standard as a Means to Achieving Zero Carbon In Istanbul Tuğba Salman Gürcan, Sofie Pelsmakers 10:20-10:40 Coffee Break 10:55-12:40 Session-2A-2: Technical Session: HVAC Systems and Equipment Chairman: Cafer Ünlü HVAC Application In Industrial Buildings İbrahim Karakaş, Zozan Türkgenç Energy Management and Analysis of Energy Saving Potentials On Site M. Ziya Söğüt, İnanç Cahit Güremen, Hakan Kabalar Integrated Project Management In Mechanical Pipework Applications Hasan Acül 10:55-11:40 11:40-12:00 12:00-12:20 12:20-12:40 Energy Efficiency of Air Conditioning And Ventilation Systems Invited Speaker: Olli Seppanen Physical Modeling of Concrete-Core-Radiant Cooling System For Upper-Egypt Climates Ahmed A. Medhat A. Fahim Mircomachined Metal Oxide Semiconductor Gas Sensor Modules Used For Comfortable, Energy-Efficient Demand-Controlled Ventilation and Building Monitoring Simone Herberger, Heiko Ulmer Synchronicity Factor In Air Conditioning of Multi - Storey Carparks Abdurrahman Kılıç 12:40-14:00 Lunch 8 In Hall A, there will be simultaneous translation from Turkish to English and English to Turkish.
11 News 14:00-16:00 14:00-14:20 14:20-14:40 14:40-15:00 Session-2A-3: Technical Session: HVAC Systems and Equipment Chairman: Ahmed A. Medhat A. Fahim Certification and Inspection of Building Materials Republic of Turkey Ministry of Environment and Urbanism, General Directorate of Professional Services, Department of Building Materials Calculation of Temperature Difference (CLTD) Values In The Cooling Load Being Used For Heat Gain Through Building Walls Recep Yumrutaş, Hasan Oktay, Omar Zainal Chilled Ceiling Application In An Office Building of A Global Company Osman Arı Session-2B-2: Technical Session: HVAC Systems and Equipment Chairman: Ömer Kantaroğlu Effect of Non-Domestic Pipework Systems With Different Efficiencies On Water Consumption Levels Ömer Kantaroğlu, Fikret Kantaroğlu Environmental Evaluation of Central and Package Waste Water Treatment Plants In Suburban Areas Levent Alatlı, Ergin Erol,Salih Aliipek, Ercan Özdemir, Burcu Elif Vardar, Levent Çelikko Concerns In Water Supply Lines In Multi-Storey Buildings Arcan Hacıraifoğlu 15:00-15:20 15:20-15:40 15:40-16:00 Adaptive Control Algorithm of Heating System For Lars Low Energy System Radoslaw Gorzenski, Andrzej Gorka, Edward Szczechowiak Energy Evaluation and Comparison Between Different HVAC Systems Ahmet Arısoy New Algorithms For Energy Efficiency In HVAC Systems Michele Albieri, Alessandro Beghi, Luca Cecchinato, Mirco Rampazzo 16:00-16:20 Coffee Break 16:20-18:00 16:20-16:40 16:40-17:00 17:00-17:20 17:20-17:40 17:40-18:00 Session-2A-4:Technical Session: HVAC Systems and Equipment Chairman: Tuncay Yılmaz Energy Conservation In Buildings Firas Aldroubi Performance Analysis of Steam Compression and Adaptive Water Cooling Systems Bülent Orhan, Ali Güngör Energy Savings Through PIBCV Technology For Air Handling Systems - Case Study Tamas Szekely Steam Compression and Adaptive Two-Stage Cooling Cycle Canan Cimşit, İlhan Tekin Öztürk Effect of Control Systems In A Water Cooling System On Energy Efficiency Bekir Cansevdi, Uğur Caner, Ali Güngör Remote Commissioning With Addressable Combined Dynamic Balance Valves and Single Station Balancing (TIB) Method Arcan Hacıraifoğlu Evaluation of Theoretical and Measured Data From The Pumps Being Used In Buildings Heating and Cooling Systems Okan Kon, Bedri Yüksel Improvement In Energy and Water Consumption Levels of Buildings During Operation: A Case Study Z. Cihan Akbulut, Ertuğrul Örs, Celalettin Bozdoğan Session-2B-3: Technical Session: Renewable Energy and Applications Chairman: Halime Paksoy Floor Level Heat Regenerator Design For Structural Applications With Photovoltaic Systems Ahmet Yıldız, Önder Özgener, Leyla Özgener Wind Power Applications In The Buildings Özgün Korukçu Our Country s Position In Energy Production From Wave Energy Emin Akyüz, M.Ziya Yakut, Reşat Selbaş, Arzu Şencan Şahin, İhsan Dostuçok Evaluation of Fresnel Reflector and Collector Application In Isparta İhsan Dostuçok, Reşat Selbaş, Arzu Şencan Şahin, Ahmet Özdemir, Fatih Yılmaz Energy Analysis of Air Heating Sunlight Collectors With Internal Perforated Barriers Hakan F. Öztop, Fatih Bayrak 9 In Hall A, there will be simultaneous translation from Turkish to English and English to Turkish.
12 News 09:00-10:40 09:00-09:20 09:20-09:40 09:40-10:00 10:00-10:20 May 2, Wednesday HALL A Session-3A-1: Technical Session: Indoor Air Quality and Comfort Condition Chairman: Ali Güngör The User In The Loop For Optimal Individual Comfort and Reduced Energy Consumption Wim Zeiler, Derek Vissers, Rik Maaijen, Gert Boxem Numerical Analysis of Comfort Conditions In An Office With Under Floor Heating Özgün Korukçu, Muhsin Kılıç, Jianhua Fan Analysis of Comfort Conditions In A Decisive Evaporative Air Conditioning System İrfan Uçkan, Tuncay Yılmaz, Orhan Büyükalaca, Ertaç Hürdoğan Effects of Decorational Plants On Indoor Air Quality Hakan Şevik, İdil Kanter HALL B Session-3B-1: Technical Session: HVAC Systems and Equipment Chairman: Abdullah Bilgin What is New In DIN Standarts? Can İşbilen, Ummuhan Gencer, Lale Ulutepe Hot Oil Systems Veli Doğan Wrong Facts In Relation To Seismic Protection and Vibration Insulation In Pipelines Eren Kalafat Effects of New EuP Regulations On Turkish Sanitary Industry Çağlar Şakaklı, Derya Çuha 10:20-10:40 10:40-10:55 Coffee Break 10:55-12:40 10:55-11:40 11:40-12:00 12:00-12:20 12:20-12:40 Session-3A-2: Technical Session: Renewable Energy and Applications Chairman: Hüseyin Erdem Thermodynamic Analysis of A Power Cycle Using Above-Critical Carbondioxide Under Water Heater Effect Atilla Bıyıkoğlu, Reşit Yalçınkaya Holistic Approach To Energy Efficient Green Buildings Invited Speaker: Essam E. Khalil Developing A Renewable Energy Selection Toolkit For Istanbul The Istanbul Renewable Toolkit Tuğba Salman Gürcan, Sofie Pelmakers Sustainable Energy Use In The Building By Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Halime Paksoy, Bekir Turgut 12:40-14:00 Lunch INTEGRATED DESIGN IN BUILDING WORKS- HOP DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES OVERVIEW OF INTEGRATED DESIGN Administrator: A. Zerrin Yılmaz, Süleyman Akım, Göksel Duyum Speakers: A. Zerrin Yılmaz (BinSimDer-IBPSA), Ayşe Hasol (TSMD), Abdullah Bilgin (TTMD), Berrin Yavuz (ETMD), Ömer Yalçın (Carrier System Design 10 In Hall A, there will be simultaneous translation from Turkish to English and English to Turkish.
13 News 14:00-16:00 14:00-14:20 14:20-14:40 14:40-15:00 15:00-15:20 15:20-15:40 15:20-15:40 Session-3A-3: Technical Session: Modelling and Softwares Chairman: Bülent Yeşilata Numerical Modeling of Air Flow Regimes Inside Building Light Shafts Ahmed A. Medhat A. Fahim Numerical Investigations of Flow Patterns and Thermal Comfort In Air-Conditioned Lecture Room Taher M. Abou-Deif, Mahmoud A. Fouad, Essam E. Khalil Developing a Web Based Software For The Calculation of Cooling Load For The Buildings In Turkey Azmi Aktacir, M. Akif Nacar, Bülent Yeşilata, M. Emin Tenekeci, Burak Yenigün, Emrah Yaka Adiabatic Humidification and Cooling As An Alternative Axel Zedina Determining Conduction Time Series (CTS Coefficients By An Analytical Approach For The Calculation of The Looling Load For The Buildings Burak Yenigün, Azmi Aktacir, Bülent Yeşilata, Emrah Yaka Adiabatic Humidification and Cooling As An Alternative Axel Zedina INTEGRATED DESIGN IN BUILDING WORKSHOP 14:00-14:50 INTEGRATED DESIGN AND PROBLEMS OF DESIGNERS 15:10 16:00 SUGGESTIONS AND GOALS 15:40-16:00 Coffee Break 16:00-18:30 Forum: Future of HVAC Systems? Aqueous Systems, Full - Air Systems and DX Systems Director: Ahmet Arısoy (Only registrated participants can attend to the Forum) 20:00 CLOSING DINNER- Kör Agop Restaurant, Kumkapı Please ask Registration Desk For Tickets. In Hall A, there will be simultaneous translation from Turkish to English and English to Turkish. 11
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16 News TTMD 20 Years Of Age 14 Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers was founded by Mr. Celal OKUTAN and his friends in 1992 under the title of Associations of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers to develop HVAC and Sanitary engineering, and to earn the sector the respect it deserves. In 1997, the word Turkish was added to the title and a significant step towards becoming a national association was taken. The Association Economic Enterprise was founded in TTMD regulary holds an International HVAC+R Technology Symposium once every two years, and an annual workshop do discuss a selected topic in detail, praticipates in national and international fairs and symposia in the sector, and publicizies and supports such activities. TTMD also publishes boks for proffesional development, and a bimonthly journal addressing the sector with the title TTMD Journal (previously TTMD Bülteni for 35 issues). In addition, an English issue is published annually to promote our sector in an international level. On the other hand, training programs and seminars are held by our Regional Offices to improve the service quality of our colleagues. Our society tries to faciliate forming of bonds among our colleagues by bringing them together in various platforms, in addition to making a significant contribution to the sector by improving the quality of on-the-job training, which is among its purposes of foundation. TTMD develops and supports R&D projects within the framework of university-industry cooperation, takes active part in the preparation of standarts and regulations, cooperates with public bodies in the preperation of regulations thus contributing to their conformity with the norms, develops and operates national and international projects (funded by EU, FCO,etc.), and continues its publishing and educational activities in the sector. TTMD has become a member of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) in 1997, of REHVA (Federation of European Heating and Air Conditioning Associations) in 2000, and of CLIMAMED (Joint Organization of HVAC&R Associations of France, Italy,Portugal, Spain) in The objectives of TTMD include; first and foremost, contributing to the training and research of our proffesional colleagues, fresh graduates, and students willing to develop their skills in this profession in application field; contributing the knowledge and technology transfer; providing the necessary communication and discussion opportunities; contributing to the research undertaken in universities and research centers concerning our sector; and improving the university-industry cooperation. Publication of Manuals containing correct and contemporary information on the installation sector, and the establishment of Rules of Conduct are also among our main objectives. Keeping these up-to-date is the responsibility of our dynamic and concerned Committees and Commissions always in operation. Contributing to the development of our country as we do our proffesion, and in this context creating healthy, safe, hygienic, comfortable, in a word, livable environments in different buildings in which people spend about 80-90% of thier times; generating energy-efficient and environment-friendly solutions using the opportunities offered by the nature; working in coordination with other professional and expertise groups.
17 News TTMD Projects: Green Jobs TTMD s Project Training Youth for Green Jobs Completed The Project for Training and Ensuring the Employability of Youth on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (Training Youth for Green Jobs) executed by Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers between 01 December 2010 and 30 November 2011 under the European Union s Youth Employment Promotion Grant Program has been successfully completed. Under the project executed concurrently in Erzurum, Kayseri and Samsun, very intensive project activities including Project Evaluation Meetings, Press Conferences, Receipt and Evaluation of Trainee Applications, Implementation of Theoretical and Applied Training Programs, Energy Efficiency Information Days have been carried out as from 10 December The project activities continued with Energy Efficiency Awareness Week, Matching and Certificate Award Ceremony in the second, third and fourth weeks, and finally the project was concluded with evaluation and closing meetings held in Ankara with the participation of Project Partners and Participants. Applications from the graduates of undergraduate programs, vocational higher schools and vocational secondary schools who have not been employed yet or who have been employed but are not working currently have been accepted for the training programs organized under the project on a priority basis. A total of 156 trainees, 52 from each province, participated in the training programs, which covered such subjects as heat insulation, heating and cooling systems, HVAC systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment, solar power, etc. The training programs provided most current theoretical and applied technical information fort he efficient use of energy. The programs particularly covered the relevant legislation, labor safety, entrepreneurship and business plan preparation for the trainees who want to start their own businesses. Besides the training programs, seminars and information meetings were organized as part of the activities intended to raise the level of public awareness and knowledge about energy efficiency in the provinces covered by the project. Furthermore, visually designed stands were established in city centers, and brochures and promotional materials were distributed to local people. The trainees and other specialists took part in the stands and answered the questions of people and thus contributed to raising the level of public awareness. The project was implemented in full coherence with the project partners including Erzurum Kazım Karabekir Technical and Industrial Vocational Secondary School, Kayseri Mimar Sinan Technical and Industrial Vocational Secondary School and Samsun Atakum Technical and Industrial Vocational Secondary School as well as the officials and specialists from the project participants who took active part in the theoretical and applied training sessions, including İzocam Ticaret ve Sanayi A.Ş., Testo Elektronik ve Test Ölçüm Cihazları Dış Tic. Ltd. Şti. and Vaillant Isı Sanayi Ticaret Ltd. Şti. 152 out of 156 trainees (97.4%) who received 132 hours of theoretical and 192 hours of applied training in their respective fields of specialization succeeded in the exams held at the end of training and received their certificates in a ceremony. The successful trainees were introduced to the employers active in this sector through a matching activity, in order to contribute to their employment. 36 trainees certificated following the completion of theoretical and applied training programs were placed to jobs. A web page was created to introduce all activities carried out under the project and the trainees who participated in the training programs. (http://www.proje.ttmd.org.tr). 15
18 News Full Support to the Private Sector in Transition to Low-Carbon Economics: Climate Platform With the Climate Platform to be founded as part of the Development of Climate Change Initiative in the Turkish Business World project with the cooperation of the Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers (TTMD) and the Regional Environmental Center (REC), creation of a sustainable platform to improve the lobbying and participation abilities of the Turkish Business World in national and international levels is aimed, as well as translation to Turkish of an international training program to develop the capacity of Turkish firms in the field of calculating greenhouse gas emissions. Detailed information about the Climate Platform can be found at The Concept of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) and the Project of SCP Turkey The project team which includes, among others, the Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineering (TTMD) and the Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV), which is one of the 4 national contact points designated as part of the Partnering to Enhance Civil Society Organizations Contribution to Research in Sustainable Consumption & Production project, which is supported by the 7th Framework Program and run under the short title of CSOContribution2SCP (Action Town), aims run a pilot project to publicize the concept of SCP in Turkey, increase consciousness, and improve the relations between the partners. Detailed information can be found at 16 HIP Work Continues under HIP Project One year has passed in the HIP Project, which is being executed by 11 Institutes and SMEs from 6 countries (UK, Ireland, Spain, Norway, Turkey), including Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers. Under the project originally named Project for development of low-cost, lightweight highly insulating polymers for refrigerated transport, heating and cooling installations, project progress is being supervised through quarterly meetings. Under the project which will develop a new class of high internal/natural-phase emulsion-based polymer insulation material, although some materials have been used in many applications, materials that have never been used in circumstances requiring high performance will also be used. In such materials, it is possible to easily control porosity, pore sizes, distribution and mechanical features. For these reasons, calorific characteristics of the material can be secured low-cost production processes. Within the framework of the project to last 3 years, SMEs are coming together under the sub-heading of Partnership Research Projects for SMEs under the 7th Framework Program, and executing the project with a budget of Euro 2.6 million. The next meeting under the project will be held in London and will be hosted by TICA (Thermal Insulation Contractors Association). Detailed information about Project HIP is available at
19 News Aqua Conserver First Step Taken in Aqua Conserver Project water treatment and heat recovery system that can be commissioned following minor modifications, as may requested by the citizens in the EU member and candidate states, building on the concepts of energy and water economy. Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers is taking part in one more international project, following the project Training Youth for Green Jobs which was completed in The project inception meeting titled A novel and combined domestic grey water treatment and heat recovery system suitable for cost effective installation in 90% of European households: AQUACONSERVER was held in Istanbul on 05 January 2012 and was hosted by TTMD. The project is supported under the 7th Framework Program of the EU and includes TTMD as a member of project consortium. The Project being executed by the UK Health and Environment Research Institute (HERI) aims at introducing, by mid-2014, a low-cost domestic grey Twelve institutes, SMEs and NGOs including TTMD (the UK Health and Environmental Research Institute-HERI, The Environmental And Sustainable Construction Association-EASCA, IGP srl, Logrotex SA, Convex Electrical Ltd, Haswell Moulding Technologies Ltd, Aqualisa Products Ltd, Tecniberia, Asociacion Espanola De Empresas De Ingenieria, Consultoria Y Servicios Tecnologicos-TECNIBERIA, Novamina Centar Inovativnih Tehnologija Doo-NOVAMINA, Instituto De Biologia Experimental E Tecnologica-IBET, Polska Korporacja Techniki Sanitarnej, Grzewczej, Gazoweji I Klimatyzacji-PKTSGGK), from 8 countries (Croatia, UK, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Poland, Portugal and Turkey) have come together for this project with a budget of Euro 1.9 million, which was accepted under the Partnership/ Cooperation Projects for SMEs component of the 7th Framework Program that will last 3 years. Detailed information about AquaConserver Project is available at TTMD in Climamed Congress 2011 The congress took place in Casa de América, one of the most prominent examples of Madrid s architectural heritage, under the auspices of Spanish Technical Association of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (ATECYR) with the participation of many engineers and academicians from Spain, Italy, France and Turkey. Turkish HVAC and Sanitary Engineers Society President Gürkan Arı participated the opening speech on the first day together with French HVAC and Sanitary Engineers Society (AICVF) President Bertrand Montmoreau, Italian HVAC and Sanitary Engineers Society (AICARR) President Renato Lazzarin, Spanish Technical Association of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (ATECYR) President Juan Jose Quixano, Spanish Energy Conservation and Energy Diversity Institute (IDAE) 17
20 News President Alfonso Beltran and Climamed 2011 President Julio Cano Lacunza. Gürkan Arı informed about Turkish mechanical and HVAC sector and building energy performance strategies in Turkey. 39 technical papers were presented on the topics such as energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, indoor air quality, energy performance assessment, etc. 10 of these papers were presented by Turkish experts. Turkey participated the Congress actively with nearly 40 participants and as a country with a high level of participation had the second highest number of paper submissions after host country Spain. The next CLIMAMED Congress will be held in Turkey in 2013 to be hosted by TTMD. 18 TTMD in ICHVAC-3 With the collaboration of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Turkish Society of HVAC and Sanitary Engineers (TTMD), the Third International Conference on Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning (ICHVAC-3) was being held in Tehran, the capital of Iran, on May TTMD President Gürkan Arı and Board Member Dr. Kemal Gani Bayraktar participated the conference on behalf of our organization. Gürkan Arı introduced TTMD and its activities and shared information about HVAC Sector in Turkey at his opening speech. Moreover, he summarized that how energy efficiency and new regulations affect the development of the sector by presenting data with examples. TTMD Committee made contacts with Iran within the scope of the conference, got together with Director of School of Mechanical Engineering Sharif University
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