SHASE

AcronymDefinition
SHASESociety of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan (est. 1962)
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Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, SHASE (The Society of Heating, Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan): 741-44 (in Japanese).
Transactions of SHASE (The Society of Heating, Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan) 103: 19-28 (in Japanese).
Cutting-Edge Japanese Technologies, Part 1: Japan After the Earthquake Crises and SHASE Awarded High-Performance Buildings
Then, we discuss two high-performance buildings that were awarded the SHASE Annual Award in 2011.
Cutting-Edge Japanese Technologies, Part 2: 2011 SHASE Annual Award and Development of CFD on the Basis of BIM
A study about of high efficiency centrifugal chillers in heat source system for business use: SHASE Transactions, No.136, July, 2008,pp.17-25
A typical example of success from this approach is the response factor method (SHASE 1972; Matsuo 1970; Stephenson and Mitalas; Mitalas and Arsenault 1967; SHASE 2001) that is widely used in air-conditioning load calculations.
Further, in Japan, the Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan (SHASE) had proposed the use of the IPLV, but it has not been used commonly; rather, the COP at maximum capacity is usually used as the energy efficiency index of chillers.
This work was conducted under the SHASE (The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan) research project, "Performance Requirement Method of HVAC Equipment." The authors wish to thank the members of the project for their valuable advice.