Mechanical and Electrical Systems in Buildings
Provides an overview of the principles and applications of basic mechanical and electrical systems. The text focuses on the what, the why and basic design data examples, and explores emerging technology and environmental issues, making references to engineering calculations and condensed data to illustrate principles.
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Advanced Building Systems: A Technical Guide for Architects and Engineers
No preview available - 2003