Air Conditioning: A practical introduction
This expanded edition of David Chadderton's Air Conditioning is a textbook for undergraduate courses in building services and environmental engineering, and for BTEC continuing education diploma, higher national diploma and certificate courses in building services engineering. It will also be of considerable help to students on national certificate and diploma programmes. The book includes a new chapter on application of fans to airduct systems.
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air changes air density air duct air velocity air volume flow air-conditioning system air-handling plant airflow C1BSE Calculate chilled-water CIBSE compressor condition cooling coil cooling load curve damper detector dew point diameter duct dry-bulb temperature duct system ductwork energy enthalpy EXAMPLE external factor fan speed fan total pressure filter fresh air frictional glass glass temperature glazing grille heat flow heat loss heater humidity inlet kg/kg kg/s kJ/kg latent heat mass flow rate mi/s moisture content operation output Pa/m peak plant room pressure drop pressure loss rate psychrometric chart refrigeration resistance roof sensible heat sensor shown in Fig signal single-duct solar azimuth solar irradiance specific enthalpy spreadsheet static pressure storage summer supply air supply-air temperature surface switch Table X copper thermal thermistor unit valve variable air volume velocity pressure ventilation vertical volume flow rate W/mi wall winter