Stanley Mumma
          Photo Spring, 2002
Stanley A. Mumma, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor Emeritus of Architectural Engineering












  • Ph.D.(Mechanical Engineering) 
  • M.S.M.E 
  • B.S.M.E. 
1974, University of Illinois
1971, University of Illinois
1966, University of Cincinnati
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Recent Publications

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"Chilled Ceilings in Parallel with Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems:  Addressing the Concerns of Condensation, Capacity, and cost”  ASHRAE Transactions, H-1749 V108(2), pp. , 2002

“Economics of Improved Environmental Quality Using Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems”  ASHRAE IAQ Applications 3(2), 15-18, 2002

“Safety and Comfort Using DOAS/Radiant Cooling Panel Systems”  ASHRAE IAQ Applications 3(1), 20-21, 2002

“Is CO2 Demand Controlled Ventilation the Answer?”  Engineered Systems 19(5) 56-66, 2002

“Dedicated Outdoor Air in Parallel With Chilled Ceiling Systems”  Engineered Systems 18(11) 56-66, 2001

“Ceiling Panel Cooling Systems”  ASHRAE Journal 43(11): 28-32, 2001

“Fresh Thinking:  Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems”  Engineered Systems 18(5) 54-60, 2001

“Designing Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems”  ASHRAE Journal 43(5): 28-31, 2001

“Condensation Issues with Radiant Cooling Panels”  ASHRAE IAQ Applications 2(4), 16-18, 2001

“Preconditioning Dedicated OA for improved IAQ – Part 2”  ASHRAE IAQ Applications 2(3), 21-23, 2001

“Preconditioning Dedicated OA for improved IAQ – Part 1”  ASHRAE IAQ Applications 2(2), 15-16, 2001

“Dedicated OA Systems”  ASHRAE IAQ Applications 2(1), 20-22, 2001

“Overview Of Integrating Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems With Parallel Terminal Systems”, ASHRAE Transactions, V107(1), pp. 545-552, 2001

“Achieving Dry Outside Air in an Energy Efficient Manner”, ASHRAE Transactions, V107(1), pp. 553-561, 2001

“Selecting The Supply Air Conditions For A Dedicated Outdoor Air System Working In Parallel With Distributed Sensible Cooling Terminal Equipment”, ASHRAE Transactions, V107(1), pp. 562-570, 2001

“Ceiling Radiant Cooling Panels As A Viable Distributed Parallel Sensible Cooling Technology Integrated With Dedicated Outdoor-Air Systems”, ASHRAE Transactions, V107(1), pp. 571-579, 2001

“Dedicated Outdoor Air-Dual Wheel System Control Requirements”  ASHRAE Transactions, V 107(1), pp 147-155, 2001

“Analytical Determination of Duct Fitting Loss Coefficients” Applied Energy Journal, Vol. 61, December 1998, pp. 229-247

“VAV Ventilation Control Strategies Analysis In 6 Climate Zones”, International Journal for Energy Research, December 1998, pp. 371-387

“Extension Of The Multiple Spaces Concept Of ASHRAE Standard 62 To Include Infiltration, Exhaust/Exfiltration, Interzonal Transfer, And Additional Short Circuit Paths”  ASHRAE Transactions, V104(2), pp. 1232-1241, 1998

“Field Testing of Advanced Ventilation Control Strategies for Variable Air Volume Systems”  Environment International Journal, EI 24-4, pp.439-450, May 1998

“Air Handling Unit Direct Digital Control System Retrofit to Provide Acceptable Indoor Air Quality and Global Energy Optimization”. Energy Engineering Journal Vol. 94, n.5, pp. 24-43, 1997

“Close Coupled Ductwork Fitting Pressure Drop”. International Journal of HVAC&R Research 3(2) pp. 158-178 1997

“Derivation of Equations Necessary for Primary Airflow Redistribution in VAV Systems to reduce Outdoor Air Intake While Meeting Ventilation Requirements”.  International Journal of HVAC&R Research 3(1), pp. 3-18, 1997

“Optimized Supply Air Temperature (SAT) Reset in Variable Air Volume (VAV) Systems”. Energy-The International Journal Vol. 22, No.6, pp. 601-614, 1997

“Simulation Results and Analysis of Eight Ventilation Control Strategies in VAV Systems” ASHRAE Transactions, V103(2), pp. 381-392, 1997

“Ultrasonic Humidification; System Integration, Energy, and Indoor Air Quality Engineering Issues”. ASHRAE Transactions, V103(2), pp. 894-905, 1997

“Using Carbon Dioxide Measurements to Determine Occupancy for Ventilation Controls”. ASHRAE Transactions, V103(2), pp. 365-374, 1997

“Flow Modeling of Flat Oval Ductwork Elbows Using Computational Fluid Dynamics”. ASHRAE Transactions, V103(1), pp. 172-177, 1997

“Energy Optimized - Ventilation Constrained Variable Air Volume System Control”. Automation in Construction, V6,pp. 463-470, 1997

“A generalized Multiple-Spaces Equation to Accommodate Any Mix of Close-Off and Fan-Powered VAV Boxes” ASHRAE Transactions, V102 Pt.1:, pp. 183-192, 1996

“Dynamic Zone Level Control of VAV Systems to Minimize the Energy Consumption Rate and to Satisfy the IAQ Requirements of ASHRAE Std. 62-1989.” Proceedings of the International Congress on Intelligent Buildings held in Tel Aviv, February 1995.

“Assessment, Perception, and Evaluation of DDC System Documentation Practices.  RP-742,” ASHRAE Transactions, V101 Pt.1: pp. 431-443, 1995

“Real Time, On-Line Optimization of VAV System Control to Minimize the Energy Consumption Rate and to Satisfy ASHRAE Std. 62-1989 for all Occupied Zones”, ASHRAE Transactions, V100 Pt.1: Page 160-168,  1994

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