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David Winiarski

David Winiarski

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352

Biography

Since joining PNNL in 1993, David Winiarski's research has focused on commercial building energy use, building codes, and more recently standards activities. Since 2013, Mr. Winiarski has served as a lead investigator for PNNL's Appliance and Commercial Equipment Standards (ACES) program. David has supported development of energy use and economic analysis for energy conservation standards and test procedures on air conditioning, commercial refrigeration, space and water heating, and lighting equipment. Prior to this, David developed commercial building code change proposals, code evaluation tools, and energy analysis for ASHRAE 90.1 and the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC); worked on development of Federal building codes; directed technical determination of energy savings activities for DOE; and participated and directed state assessments of energy savings from commercial codes through simulation modeling. Mr. Winiarski has also directed and performed long-term metering and field evaluations of efficiency and operational performance of air conditioning and water heating technologies for the U.S. Navy and for the Federal Energy Management Program.

Research Interests

  • Appliance and Equipment Standards
  • Field Measurement and Simulation of Building Energy End-Use Loads and Consumption
  • Efficiency Measurement Development and Evaluation

Education and Credentials

  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University
  • B.A./B.S., Physics, Oregon State University

PNNL Patents

PNNL Publications

2018

  • Butzbaugh J.B., D.W. Winiarski, M.A. Halverson, A.L. Cooke, and B. Liu. 2018. "Understanding the U.S. Commercial Building Stock: Building Envelope and HVAC Systems Characteristics Using 2012 CBECS Data Analysis." In 2018 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, August 12-17, 2018, Pacific Grove, CA, 5-1 - 5-12. Washington, Dc:American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. PNNL-SA-135725.
  • Winiarski D.W., M.A. Halverson, J.B. Butzbaugh, A.L. Cooke, G.K. Bandyopadhyay, and D.B. Elliott. 2018. Analysis for Building Envelopes and Mechanical Systems Using 2012 CBECS Data. PNNL-26949. Richland, WA: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Analysis for Building Envelopes and Mechanical Systems Using 2012 CBECS Data

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2013

  • Xing R., Y. Rao, W.E. TeGrotenhuis, N.L. Canfield, F. Zheng, D.W. Winiarski, and W. Liu. 2013. "Advanced Thin Zeolite/Metal Flat Sheet Membrane for Energy Efficient Air Dehumidification and Conditioning." Chemical Engineering Science 104. PNNL-SA-86852. doi:10.1016/j.ces.2013.08.061

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2009

  • Armstrong P., P. Armstrong, W. Jiang, D.W. Winiarski, S. Katipamula, and L.K. Norford. 2009. "Efficient Low-Lift cooling with Radiant Distribution, Thermal Storage and Variable-Speed Chiller Controls Part II: Annual Energy Use and Savings." HVAC & R Research 15, no. 2:402-432. PNNL-SA-61299.
  • Armstrong P., P. Armstrong, W. Jiang, D.W. Winiarski, S. Katipamula, L.K. Norford, and r. Willingham, et al. 2009. "Efficient Low-Lift Cooling with Radiant Distribution, Thermal Storage and Variable-Speed Chiller Controls Part I: Component and Subsystem Models." HVAC & R Research 15, no. 2:367-401. PNNL-SA-61020.
  • Bartlett R., L.M. Connell, K. Gowri, M.A. Halverson, R.G. Lucas, E.E. Richman, and R.W. Schultz, et al. 2009. Technical Support Document for Version 3.6.1 of the COMcheck Software. PNNL-18802. Richland, WA: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Technical Support Document for Version 3.6.1 of the COMcheck Software
  • Gowri K., D.W. Winiarski, and R.E. Jarnagin. 2009. Infiltration modeling guidelines for commercial building energy analysis. PNNL-18898. Richland, WA: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Infiltration modeling guidelines for commercial building energy analysis

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