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Technical Guide to District Heating,9781848061934
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Technical Guide to District Heating



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This guide is aimed at all involved in the technical aspects of district heating networks. It provides a source of information when developing new schemes or refurbishing existing schemes, focusing particularly on technical rather than financial issues. The importance of other low-carbon sources of heat including thermal renewable energy is emphasized. Comprehensive technical information is presented, with sections outlining system and component design, and operation and maintenance.

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