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Dr. Max H. Sherman PhD

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Staff Senior Scientist

Phone: (510) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.gov
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road
Berkeley , California 94720
United States

Company Description: Berkeley Lab is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory located in Berkeley, California. It conducts unclassified scientific research and is managed by the...   more
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Ventilation: The Once and Future King ...
ggashrae.org, 15 Dec 2015 [cached]
Ventilation: The Once and Future King by Max Sherman Ph.D.
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Max Sherman, Ph.D.
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Dr. Max Sherman is a Staff Senior Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and is senior advisor on residential matters. His research career spans over 35 years and 200 publications, most of which focus on buildings, energy efficiency, IAQ and HVAC. His most recognized research areas also include ventilation, thermal distribution systems, infiltration, IAQ and envelope-dominated buildings. He gives technical lectures frequently and has appeared in the popular media on issues of energy, ventilation and duct tape.
Dr. Sherman was one of the youngest to be made an ASHRAE Fellow and has had a distinguished career since being elevated including winning the Holladay Distinguished Fellow award-Society's highest technical level. He has received the Exceptional Achievement award and most recently the Standards Achievement award. He has chaired SPC 62.2, the committee which developed ASHRAE's residential ventilation standard. He served as a Director-At-Large for the Society in 2001-2004 as well as numerous councils and committees. He continues to be an active member of ASHRAE including work on SSPC 62.2 and international activities. He currently chairs the Presidential Ad-hoc committee on the Residential Market.
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Dr. Sherman will provide background on why ventilation was and is important and where some of the research is going. He will touch on the issues related to the history of ventilation and ASHRAE as well as what we can look forward to.
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Ventilation: The Once and Future King by Max Sherman Ph.D.
Green Arch Design » 2008 » January
www.greenarchdesign.com, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
"Even if you have the most efficient furnace and air conditioner known to man, if the ducts that funnel that precious hot air or cold air around your house are in bad shape, you'll still lose way too much energy.   "Most air ducts are riddled with leaks," says physicist Max Sherman, head of the Energy Performance of Buildings Group at the Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory. Sherman says he's seen ducts that let a third of the air passing through the attic or basement escape.Annual savings: About 10% to 20% on your heating and cooling bills.
ASHRAE Technical Committee 5.12 - Programs
tc512.ashraetcs.org, 21 June 1998 [cached]
Max Sherman, Ph.D., Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
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Max Sherman, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
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Max H. Sherman, Ph.D., Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
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Craig P. Wray, Member, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA Nance E. Matson, P.E., Member, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory., Berkeley, CA Max H. Sherman, Ph.D., Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory., Berkeley, CA
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Chair: Max Sherman, Ph.D., Fellow, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
With the advent of residential codes, standards, and energy efficiency programs, the topic of residential ventilation has become of more interest to the profession and industry.
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Max Sherman, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California, Nance Matson, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California
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Chair: Max Sherman, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California
According to Max Sherman, a ...
cginsagency.com, 25 Jan 2014 [cached]
According to Max Sherman, a Fellow at the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, or ASHRAE, and a staff senior scientist/group leader at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, "Space heaters can be an energy-efficient option in a poorly insulated house when it is acceptable to only heat a small area.
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Again according to Sherman, "Cold feet may actually be a sign that your home isn't weatherized properly.
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They are definitely more energy-efficient than the same-weight blanket and a higher room temperature," says Sherman.
The Top 10 Most Common Mistakes of Caulking
www.caulkyourhome.com, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
"Residential Ventilation and Energy Characteristics" by Max Sherman and Nance Matson, Energy Performance of Buildings group—Energy and Environment Division at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory—Supported by the Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
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