Architectural Engineering Design: Mechanical Systems

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 4, 2002 - Architecture - 810 pages
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* Each title provides the architectural and design professional with a comprehensive reference of more than 1100 equations illustrated with both a large and small building example.
* Trademarked "no math menus" and shortcut "recipes" allow any building element to be sized quickly and efficiently
* Provide guidance on structural systems, materials, plumbing, electricity, illumination, and acoustics
* CD-ROM allows quick and error-free calculations

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1 Introduction
2 Climatic Forces
3 Climate Control

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ROBERT BROWN BUTLER (Mahopac, NY) is a registered architect with more than 40 years of experience in commercial and residential design. He has worked in a wide variety of climates and is especially proficient in energy-efficient design. He is the author of Standard Handbook of Architectural Engineering and Architectural Engineering Calculations Manual.

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