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01
MAY
2017

Wind on Solar Arrays: When “By-the-Book” Doesn’t Apply

As most people familiar with the details of the solar industry know, the cost of the installation is directly influenced by the design wind speed. The design wind speed, for those unfamiliar, is the highest wind speed experienced in a given region, based on...
13
FEB
2017

Carter & Salmon to Present Airflow and Ventilation at AIRAH NWS

AIRAH’s NSW division invites you to the Kirribilli Club, Wednesday, March 8th, where John Carter and Chris Salmon will present on different aspects of airflow systems and ventilation. This will be followed by a case study from event sponsor CPP Wind Engineering and...
08
FEB
2017

CPP to Present at Largest Energy, Utility and Environment Conference

CPP Around the World CPP’s team of technical experts and industry innovators share their knowledge around the globe. Join us to gain insight into the various effects of wind and learn how to incorporate innovative techniques into your planning and design. CPP to...
07
FEB
2017

CPP & ECT Develop Energy and Safety Optimization Process for Laboratories

Laboratories use significantly more energy than typical office buildings. As much as 50% of lab energy consumption is wasted by excess airflow, inefficient fume hoods and failure to meet the demand for ventilation. To address this issue, a process was developed...
30
JAN
2017

CPP’s Brad Cochran promoted to Principal

Brad Cochran, PE, is one of CPP’s most experienced and accomplished engineers. He joined the company in 1991 after completing an MS degree at the University of California Davis, which is where he first learned about CPP and particularly the exhaust dispersion work...
25
JAN
2017

A&WMA to host CPP Air Dispersion Modeling Webinar

Join CPP experts from the convenience of your home or office and stay on the cutting edge of Air Dispersion Modeling. Air quality standards have become more stringent over the years posing a significant challenge to the regulatory and regulated community. The...
12
JAN
2017

Middle East Consultant Features Dr. Roy Denoon and Latest in Wind Engineering

“The impact of wind on the natural and built environment, and analyses of wind effects in terms of possible damage, discomforts and benefits, is a subject that has long both enthralled and baffled construction engineers.” So what is wind engineering?...
19
DEC
2016

CPP’s Yarrow Fewless Promoted to Principal

CPP is proud to announce that Yarrow Fewless has been promoted to Principal! Yarrow completed his degree in mechanical engineering in 2002 at the University of Wisconsin. In early 2005, he joined CPP as a wind tunnel technician, quickly learning the hands-on...
12
DEC
2016

CPP Improves Method for Predicting Exhaust Concentration

Good exhaust/intake system design ensures exhaust does not reenter the building that produced it. CPP engineers conducted a study for ASHRAE to improve the method which calculates the minimum distance between exhaust stacks and intakes to ensure good air quality...