For use on HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) courses offered in mechanical and some civil engineering departments, this book emphasizes the building envelope aspect of heating and cooling systems as opposed to the mechanical equipment involved, and focuses on design optimization. In view of the importance of energy use for lighting, approaches to energy efficiency are dealt with. The emphasis on critical thinking is designed to encourage students to think in context and to ask whether claims and/or results make sense. Numerous examples are presented and solved in a uniform format which students are encouraged to use for homework problems and for calculations encountered in their professional careers. A solutions manual (0-07-035595-9) and software (0-07-834776-9) are available.
Author: Jan F. Kreider, Ari Rabl ISBN: 9780070355941 Pages: 950 pages Format: PDF Size: 31.88 Mb
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Updated with chapters on ventilating and exhausting systems and HVAC systems, this third edition of a bestseller covers the range of HVAC systems. The coverages is into components and controls for air, water, heating, ventilating, and air […] Posted in building