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The First Century of Air Conditioning

@inproceedings{Janssen1999TheFC,
  title={The First Century of Air Conditioning},
  author={John E. Janssen},
  year={1999}
}
About the Author John E. Janssen chaired Standards Project Committee (SPC) 62, which developed ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62–1989, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Qualtiy and also served on the SPC that wrote Standard 62–1981. Until his retirement, he was a principal research fellow at Honeywell. Janssen has authored several Journal articles, including “The V in ASHRAE, An Historical Perspective” as part of ASHRAE’s Centennial series. W 

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