Creating healthy, productive indoor environments can be the greatest challenge facing those involved with the buildings. Whether you engineer, install, service, or operate heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems, Building Environments: HVAC Systems is for you. This comprehensive, easy-to-read text builds your understanding of HVAC systems and the controls that manage them. Through illustrations and realistic examples, Building Environments: HVAC Systems clearly and concisely explains how mechanical and control systems work together to create quality building environments. You'll learn the technical details behind these complex systems without being overwhelmed.Its unique style makes this fully illustrated text the best single reference if you are entering the HVAC industry or want to expand your knowledge of HVAC and control systems.To allow for these differences, the design engineer always begins with a load evaluation of the buildinga#39;s heating and cooling needs. During your study of ... Describe how the site orientation of the building influences HVAC load calculations. 4.
|Author||:||Alan J. Zajac|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2000-07-12|