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Principles Of Heating Ventilation And Air Conditioning With Worked Examples

Author : Nihal E. Wijeysundera
ISBN : 9789814667777
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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"This book presents the most current design procedures in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), available in handbooks, like the ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers) Handbook-2013 Fundamentals, in a way that is easier for students to understand. Every effort is made to explain in detail the fundamental physical principles that form the basis of the various design procedures. A novel feature of the book is the inclusion of about 15 worked examples in each chapter, carefully chosen to highlight the diverse aspects of HVAC design. The solutions for the worked examples clarify the physical principles behind the design method. In addition, there are problems at the end of each chapter for which numerical answers are provided. The book includes a series of MATLAB programs that may be used to solve realistic HVAC design problems, which in general, require extensive and repetitive calculations."--

Heating Ventilation And Air Conditioning In Buildings

Author : John W. Mitchell
ISBN : 9781118812150
Genre : Science
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Principles of HVAC in Buildings by J. W. Mitchell and J. E. Braun provides foundational knowledge for the behavior and analysis of HVAC systems and related devices. The emphasis is on the application of engineering principles, and features a tight integration of physical descriptions with a software program that allows performance to be directly calculated, with results that provide insight into actual behavior. The examples, end-of-chapter problems, and design projects are more than exercises; they represent situations that an engineer might face in practice and are selected to illustrate the complex and integrated nature of an HVAC system or piece of equipment. Coverage of material applicable to the field is broad: a Fundamentals section on thermodynamics, fluid flow, heat transfer, and psychrometrics; types of HVAC systems and components; comfort and air quality criteria; a Loads section on weather data processing; design heating and cooling loads; an Equipment section on air and water distribution systems, heating and cooling coils, cooling towers, refrigeration equipment, and a Design and Control section on seasonal energy use, control techniques, supervisory control, the HVAC design process, and the rules of thumb often used in design. The textbook provides a foundation for students and practicing engineers to design HVAC systems for buildings. In addition, there is extensive supplemental on-line material that provides more in-depth and comprehensive treatment of equipment and component modeling and performance that is geared towards current and future equipment design engineers.

Policies And Criteria For Heating Ventilating And Air Conditioning Systems In Federal Buildings

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ISBN : NAP:15352
Genre : Public buildings
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Air Conditioning Engineering

Author : W.P. Jones
ISBN : 9781136430350
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Designed for students and professional engineers, the fifth edition of this classic text deals with fundamental science and design principles of air conditioning engineering systems. W P Jones is an acknowledged expert in the field, and he uses his experience as a lecturer to present the material in a logical and accessible manner, always introducing new techniques with the use of worked examples.

Principles Of Tropical Air Conditioning

Author : Chris A. Ibe and Emmanuel E. Anyanwu
ISBN : 9781477242193
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Principles of Tropical Air Conditioning is written with the humid tropics in mind. It is intended to meet the syllabus of the Higher National Diploma (HND) or equivalent professional examinations in Building Services Engineering. It is also designed to cover the air conditioning course content of the new Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng) degree approved by the National Universities Commission. It is specifically focused in providing design data for tropical air conditioning system design and provides illustrative examples that can give young practitioners enough information to evaluate air conditioning and refrigeration cooling loads and equipment selection with minimum supervision. In addition, Principles of Tropical Air Conditioning serves as quick reference source containing useful design data and parameters often required by the practicing engineer.

Energy Audit Of Building Systems

Author : Moncef Krarti
ISBN : 1439828725
Genre : Science
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Buildings account for almost half of total primary energy use and related greenhouse emissions worldwide. Although current energy systems are improving, they still fall disappointingly short of meeting acceptable limits for efficiency. Well-trained energy auditors are essential to the success of building energy efficiency programs—and Energy Audit of Building Systems: An Engineering Approach, Second Edition updates a bestselling guide to helping them improve their craft. This book outlines a systematic, proven strategy to employ analysis methods to assess the effectiveness of a wide range of technologies and techniques that can save energy and reduce operating costs in residential and commercial buildings. Useful to auditors, managers, and students of energy systems, material is organized into 17 self-contained chapters, each detailing a specific building subsystem or energy efficiency technology. Rooted in established engineering principles, this volume: Explores state-of-the-art techniques and technologies to reduce energy consumption in buildings Lays out innovative energy efficiency technologies and strategies, as well as more established methods, to estimate energy savings from conservation measures Provides several calculation examples to outline applications of methods To help readers execute and optimize real building energy audits, the author presents several case studies of existing detailed energy audit reports. These include results from field testing, building energy simulation, and retrofit analysis of existing buildings, with recommendations based on sound economic analysis. Examining various subsystems, such as lighting, heating, and cooling systems, it provides an overview of basic engineering methods used to verify and measure actual energy savings attributed to energy efficiency projects. The author presents simplified calculation methods to evaluate their effectiveness and ultimately improve on them. Ideal either as a professional reference or a text for continuing education courses, this book fortifies readers’ understanding of building energy systems, paving the way for future breakthroughs.

Air Conditioning

Author : David V. Chadderton
ISBN : 9781317743392
Genre : Architecture
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David Chadderton's Air Conditioning is the complete introduction and reference guide for students and practitioners of air conditioning design, installation and maintenance. The scientific principles involved are introduced with the help of case studies and exercises, and downloadable spreadsheets help you work through important calculations. New chapters on peak summertime air temperature in buildings without cooling systems, air duct acoustic calculations and air conditioning system cost enhance the usefulness to design engineers. Case studies are created from real life data, including PROBE post-occupancy reports, relating all of the theoretical explanations to current practice. Trends and recent applications in lowering energy use by air conditioning are also addressed, keeping the reader informed of the latest sustainable air conditioning technologies. Over 75 multiple choice questions will help the reader check on their progress. Covering both tropical and temperate climates, this is the ideal book for those learning about the basic principles of air conditioning, seeking to understand the latest technological developments, or maintaining a successful HVAC practice anywhere in the world.

Simplifying Heating Ventilating And Air Conditioning Systems Summary Of A Symposium

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ISBN : NAP:15448
Genre : Public buildings
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Radiant Heating And Cooling Handbook

Author : Richard Watson
ISBN : 9780071500227
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 34. 92 MB
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Design radiant heating and cooling systems with help from top experts The first and only professional guide of its kind, Radiant Heating and Cooling Handbook is packed with tools that make the work of HVAC systems designers, engineers, and technicians go more smoothly and easily. Relating heating and cooling theory to the principles of thermal comfort, this expert handbook by pros Richard Watson and Kirby Chapman provides all the help you need to select, design, size, and position the most popular and efficient systems for industrial, commercial, and residential applications. You get: *Case studies that clarify application and installation of every system type *Models for coupling radiant and forced air heating and cooling for the ultimate in comfortable, energy-saving interiors *Examples and sample calculations to solve real-world radiant heating and cooling problems in building, contracting, and engineering *Equations, strategies, and analyses to help you set parameters from sizing and cost to human comfortability

Automatic Controls For Heating And Air Conditioning

Author : K. M. Letherman
ISBN : 9781483188621
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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International Series in Heating and Ventilation, Volume 15: Automatic Controls for Heating and Air Conditioning: Principles and Applications details the relationship between theory and practice in implementing an automated system for thermal regulation. The title first deals with the sensors and methods for quantifying the two variables mainly of interest in building services systems, temperature and humidity. Next, the selection covers the application of controls to a number of specific areas of building environmental services. The text also discusses controller mechanisms and circuits, along with controller characteristics. The fifth chapter deals with basic theory of linear automatic control, while the sixth chapter talks about the analysis of non-linear systems. The book will be of great interest to engineers and technicians who deal with cooling and heating systems.

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