HVAC Design Sourcebook

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 10/26/2011
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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An essential guide for HVAC designers tasked with training team members HVAC Design Sourcebookfills the need that senior HVAC engineers have for a practical resource to assist in training junior engineers in the basics of HVAC systems design. This invaluable guide uses photographs to illustrate the numerous essential HVAC system components in their actual installed conditions adjacent to graphical representations of the components. The book shows how the components should be represented on construction drawings, along with text outlining important design considerations. This provides you with a thorough understanding of the steps required for proper installation of HVAC systems and insight on how to effectively communicate HVAC system design in construction drawings. HVAC Design Sourcebook Features photographs of actual HVAC installations for a clear understanding of the physical characteristics of system components, critical to the effective design of HVAC systems Provides an overview of all aspects of HVAC systems designfrom design concept to completion of project documents Includes a discussion of pertinent computer aided design (CAD) standards, providing a concise description of accepted industry conventions

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. What is HVAC
Chapter 2. The Design Process
Chapter 3. Piping, Valves, and Specialties
Chapter 4. Central Plant
Chapter 5. Air Systems
Chapter 6. Piping and Ductwork Distribution Systems
Chapter 7. Terminal Equipment
Chapter 8. Noise and Vibration Control
Chapter 9. Automatic Temperature Controls
Chapter 10. Construction Drawings

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