HVAC Systems Design Handbook

HVAC Systems Design Handbook
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Roger W. Haines, Michael E. Myers
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19 فبراير 2021
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HVAC Systems Design Handbook
Roger W. Haines, Michael E. Myers
Table of Contents
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Overview
A Preface
B Acknowledgments
C ABOUT THE AUTHORS
I Introduction
View sub-sections1 HVAC Equations for Everyday Use
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Air Side Equations
1.3 Fan Laws
1.4 Heat Transfer Equations
1.5 Fluid Handling
1.6 Power and Energy
1.7 Steam Equations
1.8 Air Side Equations
1.9 Fluid Handling
1.10 Smoke Management Equations
1.11 References
View sub-sections2 HVAC Engineering Fundamentals: Part 1
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Problem Solving
2.3 Value Engineering
2.4 Codes, Regulations, and Standards
2.5 Fluid Mechanics
2.6 Thermodynamics
2.7 Heat Transfer
2.8 Psychrometrics
2.9 Sound and Vibration
2.10 Energy Conservation
2.11 Summary
2.12 References
View sub-sections3 HVAC Engineering Fundamentals: Part 2
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Comfort
3.3 HVAC Cycles
3.4 Control Strategies
3.5 Architectural, Structural, and Electrical Considerations
3.6 Conceptual Design
3.7 Environmental Criteria for Buildings
3.8 Designing for Operation and Maintenance
3.9 Codes and Standards
3.10 Summary
3.11 References
View sub-sections4 Design Procedures: Part 1
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Use of Computers
4.3 Rule of Thumb Calculations
4.4 Design Criteria and Documentation Forms
4.5 Factors for Load Components
4.6 Load Calculations
4.7 Dynamic vs. Static Load Calculations
4.8 Ventilation Loads
4.9 Other Loads
4.10 Summary
4.11 References
View sub-sections5 Design Procedures: Part 2
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Sustainable Systems and Equipment
5.3 Maintainability of Systems and Equipment
5.4 Criteria for System and Equipment Selection
5.5 Options in System and Equipment Selection
5.6 The Psychrometric Chart
5.7 Effects of Altitude and Temperature
5.8 Software-Based Equipment Selection
5.9 Summary
5.10 Reference
View sub-sections6 Design Procedures: Part 3
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Fans
6.3 Air Duct Design
6.4 Diffusers, Grilles, and Registers
6.5 Louvers
6.6 Dampers
6.7 Filters
6.8 Air Distribution with High Flow Rates
6.9 Stratification
6.10 Noise Control
6.11 Indoor Air Quality
6.12 Summary
6.13 References
View sub-sections7 Design Procedures: Part 4
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Steam
7.3 Water
7.4 High-Temperature Water
7.5 Secondary Coolants (Brines and Glycols)
7.6 Piping Systems
7.7 Pumps
7.8 Refrigerant Distribution
7.9 Summary
7.10 References
View sub-sections8 Design Procedures: Part 5
8.1 Introduction
8.2 General Plant Design Concepts
8.3 Central Steam Plants
8.4 Low-Temperature Hot Water Central Plants
8.5 High-Temperature Hot Water Central Plants
8.6 Fuel Options and Alternative Fuels
8.7 Central Chilled Water Plants
8.8 Thermal Storage Systems
8.9 Central Plant Distribution Arrangements
8.10 Cogeneration Plants
8.11 Summary
8.12 References
View sub-sections9 Design Procedures: Part 6
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Control Fundamentals
9.3 Control Devices
9.4 Instrumentation
9.5 Typical Control Systems
9.6 Electrical Interfaces
9.7 Computer-Based Controls
9.8 Control Symbols
9.9 Summary
9.10 References
View sub-sections10 Equipment: Part 1
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Refrigeration Cycles
10.3 Compressors
10.4 Chillers
10.5 Condensers
10.6 Cooling Towers
10.7 Cooling Coils
10.8 Radiant Cooling
10.9 Evaporative Cooling
10.10 Refrigerants
10.11 Summary
10.12 References
View sub-sections11 Equipment: Part 2
11.1 Introduction
11.2 General
11.3 Boilers
11.4 Boiler Types
11.5 Combustion Processes and Fuels
11.6 Fuel-Burning Equipment
11.7 Boiler Feedwater and Water Treatment Systems
11.8 Boiler Codes and Standards
11.9 Boiler Design
11.10 Acceptance and Operational Testing
11.11 Direct- and Indirect-Fired Heating Equipment
11.12 Heat Exchangers—Water Heating
11.13 Heat Exchangers—Air Heating
11.14 Unit Heaters and Duct Heaters
11.15 Terminal Heating Equipment
11.16 Heat Pumps
11.17 Heat Recovery and Reclaim
11.18 Solar Heating
11.19 Humidification
11.20 Summary
11.21 References
View sub-sections12 Equipment: Part 3
12.1 Introduction
12.2 AHU System Arrangements
12.3 Package Air Handling Units
12.4 Built-Up (Field-Assembled) AHU
12.5 Terminal Units
12.6 Individual Room AHUs
12.7 Humidity Control
12.8 Control of Outside Air Quantity
12.9 Effects of Altitude
12.10 Exhaust Systems
12.11 Smoke Control
12.12 Summary
12.13 References
View sub-sections13 Electrical Features of HVAC Systems
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Fundamentals of Electrical Power
13.3 Common Service Voltages
13.4 Power Factor
13.5 Motors
13.6 Variable-Speed Drives
13.7 HVAC–Electrical Interface
13.8 Uninterruptible Power Supply
13.9 Standby Power Generation
13.10 Electrical Room Ventilation
13.11 Lighting Systems
13.12 National Electrical Code
13.13 Summary
13.14 References
View sub-sections14 Design Documentation: Drawings and Specifications
14.1 Introduction
14.2 The Nature of Contracts
14.3 Drawings
14.4 Specifications
14.5 Summary
14.6 References
View sub-sections15 After Design: Through Construction to Operation
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Participation During Construction
15.3 Commissioning
15.4 Summary
15.5 References
View sub-sections16 Technical Report Writing
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Organization of a Report
16.3 Writing with Clarity
16.4 Use of Tables and Figures
16.5 Printing and Binding
16.6 Letter Reports
16.7 Summary
16.8 Reference
View sub-sections17 Engineering Fundamentals: Part 1
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Terminology in Fluid Mechanics
17.3 Law of Conservation of Mass
17.4 Bernoulli Equation (Law of the Conservation of Energy)
17.5 Flow Volume Measurement
17.6 Summary
17.7 References
View sub-sections18 Engineering Fundamentals: Part 2
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Thermodynamics Terms
18.3 First Law of Thermodynamics
18.4 Second Law of Thermodynamics
18.5 Efficiency
18.6 Coefficient of Performance
18.7 Specific Heat Cp
18.8 Summary
18.9 Reference
View sub-sections19 Engineering Fundamentals: Part 3
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Heat Transfer Modes
19.3 Thermal Conduction
19.4 Thermal Convection
19.5 Thermal Radiation
19.6 Latent Heat and Moisture
19.7 Summary
19.8 References
View sub-sections20 Engineering Fundamentals: Part 4
20.1 Introduction
20.2 Thermodynamic Properties of Moist Air
20.3 Tables of Properties
20.4 Psychrometric Charts
20.5 HVAC Processes on the Psychrometric Chart
20.6 The Protractor on the ASHRAE Psychrometric Chart
20.7 Effects of Altitude
20.8 Summary
20.9 References
View sub-sections21 Engineering Fundamentals: Part 5
21.1 Introduction
21.2 Definitions
21.3 Methods of Specifying and Measuring Sound
21.4 Sound and Vibration Transmission
21.5 Ambient Sound Level Design Goals
21.6 Reducing Sound and Vibration Transmission
21.7 Summary
21.8 References
View sub-sections22 Indoor Air Quality
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Basics of IAQ Design
22.3 Methods of Providing Acceptable IAQ
22.4 Design Considerations for Acceptable IAQ
22.5 Additional Design Considerations for Acceptable IAQ
22.6 Protection of Outside Air Intakes
22.7 IAQ and Energy Conservation
22.8 Summary
22.9 References
View sub-sections23 Sustainable HVAC Systems
23.1 Introduction
23.2 Energy-Efficient “Green” Buildings
23.3 HVAC Sustainable Design Approaches
23.4 Energy Efficiency Compliance
23.5 Indoor Air Quality Compliance
23.6 Bridging the Gap Between Energy Efficiency Requirements and IAQ Requirements
23.7 Summary
23.8 References
View sub-sections24 Smoke Management
24.1 Introduction
24.2 Basic Principles, Codes, Definitions, and Design Guides for Smoke-Management Systems
24.3 Atrium and Mall Smoke Management Design Requirements
24.4 Zoned Smoke Management Systems
24.5 Design Procedure for Zoned Smoke Control
24.6 Zoned Smoke Management Calculation Example
24.7 Implementation and Performance Testing
24.8 Testing of Zoned Smoke Control Systems
24.9 Note of Caution on Smoke Machine or Smoke Bomb Testing
24.10 Summary
24.11 References
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