Sound and Vibration
ASHRAE Technical Committee 2.6

Upcoming TC Meetings

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TC 2.6 Meetings Schedule


2023 ASHRAE Annual Conference Schedule

Sunday – June 25th

  • 8:00 AM – 10:45 AM EDT
    Vibration Isolation, Publications and Research
    Tampa Marriott Waterside, Florida Salon V (2)
  • 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EDT
    Heat Pumps Space Heating/ Heat Pumps & Natural Gas Combos/ Sound Attenuation (Poster)
    JW Marriott Tampa Water Street, Tampa Bay 8
    Calculating Breakout from HVAC Ductwork
    Presenting Author: Jerry Lilly, P.E., JGL Acoustics, Inc., ISSAQUAH, WA, USA
  • Simulation of Duct Breakout Transmission Loss and Applications 
    Presenting Author: David Herrin, Professor, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA  
  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
  • Programs and Executive Committee 
    Tampa Marriott Waterside, Florida Salon V (2)
  • 3:15 PM – 4:45 PM EDT
  • Seminar 20: LIVESTREAM: Acoustic Impacts of Designing for High Performance and Decarbonization 
    JW Marriott Tampa Water Street, Tampa Bay 1
    Chair: Patrick Marks
    Speakers: Curtis Eichelberger, Jerry Lilly and Erik Miller-Klein 

Monday – June 26th



Monthly Meeting Schedule



Committee Chair

Miss Karina Saenz Acosta

Committee Scope

TC 2.6 is concerned with the fundamental scientific and engineering principles of sound and vibration, particularly as applied to the design and performance of the built environment.


Upcoming Society Conferences

ASHRAE 2023 Annual Conference
June 24-28, 2023
Tampa, FL

Additional Information

It is our mission to sponsor, collect, and distribute information that will enable ASHRAE members and their associates to design and build quiet and vibration-free buildings. Our priorities are: (a) To develop and continuously improve noise control prediction methods, (b) To publish the best methods for the control of noise and vibration due to the operation of heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, and ventilating systems, (c) To understand and communicate sound measurement methods, sound rating methods, and acceptable noise criteria, and (d) To disseminate the results of research through programs, publications, articles, and books.