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Air conditioning system design, Roger Legg

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Air conditioning system design
Title
Air conditioning system design
Statement of responsibility
Roger Legg
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Language
eng
Summary
Air Conditioning System Design summarizes essential theory and then explains how the latest air conditioning technology operates. Load calculations, energy efficiency, and selection of technology are all explained in the context of air conditioning as a system, helping the reader fully consider the implications of design decisions. Whether users need to figure out how to apply their mechanical engineering degree to an air conditioning design task or simply want to find out more about air conditioning technology for a research project, this book provides a perfect guide
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non fiction
Nature of contents
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  • bibliography
Air conditioning system design, Roger Legg
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Air conditioning system design, Roger Legg
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
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Content type code
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Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Air Conditioning System Design; Copyright; Dedication; Book Opening Quote; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Bromley 2017 RCL; Chapter 1: Properties of Humid Air; Atmospheric Pressure; Dry Air and Water Vapour; Vapour Pressure; Saturated Vapour Pressure; Superheated Vapour; Relative Humidity; Ideal Gas Laws; Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures; General Gas Law; Density of Air; Moisture Content; Saturation Moisture Content; Percentage Saturation; Specific Volume; Relationship Between Air Density and Specific Volume; Dry-bulb and Wet-bulb Temperatures; Dry-bulb Temperature
  • Wet-bulb TemperatureThe Psychrometric Equation; Dew-Point Temperature; Specific Enthalpy; Humid Specific Heat; Adiabatic Saturation Temperature; Tables of Properties; The Psychrometric Chart; References; Chapter 2: Air Conditioning Processes; Mixing of Two Air Streams; Sensible Heating Coils; Cooling Coils; Sensible Cooling at Constant Moisture Content; Sensible Cooling With Dehumidification; Cooling Coil Contact Factor; Humidifiers; Adiabatic Humidifiers: Recirculation of Spray Water; Spray Humidifiers as Heat Exchangers-Nonadiabatic Processes; Sprayed-Cooling Coil
  • Adiabatic Humidifiers: No Recirculation of Spray WaterSteam Humidifiers; Direct Steam Injection; Pan Steam Humidifier; Adiabatic Dehumidification; Air Conditioned Space: Room Process Lines; Room Ratio Lines; Chapter 3: Indoor Design Conditions; Thermal Comfort; Indices of Thermal Comfort; Comfort Requirements; The Comfort Equation; Other considerations; Pleasant Indoor Environments; Dry-bulb Temperature; Relative Humidity; Air Movement; Mean Radiant Temperature; Space Conditions for Other Requirements; Indoor Design Condition Envelopes; Measurement of Space Conditions; References
  • Chapter 4: Outdoor Air Design ConditionsFrequency of Occurrence of Outdoor Air Conditions; Summer Design Conditions from Frequency Tables; Winter Design Conditions; Design Conditions for the United Kingdom; World-Wide Data; Outdoor Air Condition Envelopes; Points to Note; References; Chapter 5: Room Heat Gains, Air Diffusion, and Air Flow Rates; Heat Gains; Storage Effect of the Building Structure; Reduction of Heat Gains; Windows; Glazing Area; Shading Devices; Internal Blinds; Types of Glass; Walls and Roofs; Infiltration of Outdoor Air; Lighting; Air Diffusion; Cooling Mode; Heating Mode
  • Common Terms Used in Air DiffusionOutlet Grilles and Diffusers; General Rules for Positioning Grilles and Diffusers; Supply Outlets; Exhaust Outlets; Air Volume Flow Rate; Air Supply for Summer Cooling; Latent Heat Gains; Winter Heating; Total Air Flow Rate; Variable Air Volume; Minimum Ventilation Rates for Normal Occupancy; Air Movement Control; Smoke Control Escape Routes; References; Chapter 6: All-air Systems; Systems Using 100% Outdoor Air; Summer Operation; Winter Operation; System Using Adiabatic Humidification; Year-Round Operation of Plant; System Using Steam Humidification
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