Residential Ventilation Handbook: Ventilation to Improve Indoor Air Quality: Ventilation to Improve Indoor Air Quality

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 2, 2009 - Architecture - 400 pages
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Contents

Basic Applications Airflow and Sizing Guidelines
3-1
System Design Choices
4-1
Sound
5-1
Installation Details
6-1
House Pressures
7-1
Passive Inlets Outlets Transfer Grilles and Makeup Air
8-1
Verification of Performance and Testing
9-1
System Troubleshooting Service and Maintenance
10-1
Ventilation for Cooling
16-1
Humidifiers Dehumidifiers Filters and Ventilation Accessories
17-1
Indoor AirEnvironmental Quality Concerns
18-1
The Future of the Residential Ventilation Arts
19-1
Abbreviations
19-7
Useful Values and Multipliers
19-11
Glossary
C-1
References
C-17

Costs of Ventilation
11-1
Ventilation Code Requirements
12-1
Program Requirements and Opportunities
13-1
Fan Types and Applications
14-1
Special Application Ventilation
15-1
Organizations and Resources
E-1
Equipment Sources
F-1
Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilator Testing
G-1
Index
G-9
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Paul H. Raymer is chief investigator and co-founder of Heyoka Solutions, LLC. The current chair of the Home Ventilating Institute's IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) Committee, he has written numerous articles on ventilation systems and has taught courses on the subject at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

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