Transportation Air Conditioning
ASHRAE Technical Committee 9.3

Meeting Documents

Download documents from previous committee meetings below according to the appropriate society year. ASHRAE's society year begins on July 1 and ends June 30.




TC0903 Draft Orlando Minutes 20200203a





TC0903 Draft Kansas City Minutes 20190624

TC0903 Atlanta Minutes 20190114





TC0903 Houston DRAFT Minutes 20180625

TC0903 Houston Minutes 20180625

TC0903 Chicago Minutes 20180122





TC0903 Long Beach Minutes 20170626

TC0903 Las Vegas Minutes 20170130





TC0903 St Louis Minutes 20160627

TC0903 Orlando Minutes 20160125





TC0903 Atlanta Minutes 20150629

TC0903 Chicago Minutes 20150126





TC0903 Seattle Minutes 20140630

TC0903 New York Minutes 20140120





TC0903 Denver Minutes 20130624

TC0903 Dallas Minutes 20130128





TC0903 San Antonio Minutes 20120625


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Other Publications

Additional documents produced by the TC may be available for direct download or for purchase through the ASHRAE Bookstore, as noted below.


ASHRAE members have free access to research project final reports. Non-ASHRAE members can purchase research reports for $30 per article from the ASHRAE Bookstore found at this link.

TC 9.3 was cognizant for the following completed research project:

1306-RP Incident-Response Monitoring Technologies for Aircraft Cabin Air Quality

Research is needed to strengthen the role of a new ASHRAE Standard (ASHRAE 161) that will address incidence response monitoring in aircraft.  Standard developers need to be certain that there is equipment available to support a newly developed standard by means of measurement capabilities. The results of this research project will provide a knowledge base on equipment availability and limitation.  This research project is anticipated to result in demonstration of methods and technologies for characterization of aircraft engine/APU systems contaminants in aircraft cabins during an incident occurrence. Use of these methodologies will generate data that can be correlated with passenger and flight attendant complaints about air quality.  Such data will also enable the aircraft manufacturers, airline companies, and regulatory authorities to analyze the underlying causes of air supply contamination in the aircraft cabin environment and ultimately institute preventive design and operations measures.


Presentations from TC sponsored seminars can be downloaded here, if available.