For engineers and technicians with experience in temperature,
pressure, humidity, air-flow, and flue-gas instruments, explains how
to interpret readings of field measurements to indicate deficiencies
in a heating or cooling system and the appropriate methods of
correcting them. Among other topics, he discusses computer analysis,
basic formulas, data test sheets, and air pollution. Based mostly on
Curl's own half-century of efforts to save energy and cost in a
number of industries and systems.
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