Fundamentals of HVAC Building Systems Design, Vol 2by Jack L. Burton, Jack L. Burton
Pub. Date: 10/09/1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This practical applications workbook and its accompanying design software helps students develop specific HVAC system design habits and methods. It provides three sample problems (and solutions) for each new concept discussed the first is worked out entirely, the second is a guided practice, and the third is unsolved. An introduction to HVAC, standard design procedures, and application problems are included.
Table of Contents
I. BASIC PRINCIPLES.
1. HVAC Defined.
2. Principles of Forced-Air Ventilation.
3. Elements of Ductwork Design.
4. Sizing Ductwork.
5. Sizing Fans and Air Handlers.
6. Computation of Heating and Cooling Loads.
7. Heating and Cooling Devices and the Refrigeration Cycle.
II. APPLICATION PROBLEMS.
Section 1: Duct Sizing, Air Device Rating, and General Ventilation.
Section 2: Heating Loads and Cooling Unit Section.
Section 3: Heating Loads and Heating Unit Section.
Solutions to Part II Problems.
Appendix A: Using the DuctSizer DSP and the ThermSizer HCP Programs.
Appendix B: Table of Heat Transfer Coefficients of Various Construction Materials.
Appendix C: Loads Computation Tables.
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