Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning: analysis and design
This edition reflects the latest results of research sponsored by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the continued development of ASHRAE standards regarding indoor air quality, comfort and refrigerants. The chapter on air-conditioning systems has been revised-increased emphasis has been placed on control of HVAC systems by adding more explanation of control theory and more detailed illustrations of typical systems and control. Data and references have been completely updated. Existing problems have been revised and new ones added.
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Moist Air Properties and Conditioning Processes
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air ﬂow air handler Air-Conditioning ASHRAE Handbook Assume Btu/(hr-ftz Btu/hr building ceiling Chart chiller circuit coil compressor Compute Concrete block condenser convection cooling load deﬁned dehumidifying diffuser duct system efﬁciency energy enthalpy Equation equipment example factor Figure ﬁlter ﬁn ﬁrst ﬁttings ﬂoor ﬂuid ft/min Fundamentals Volume given glass Gypsum head loss heat exchanger heat pump heat transfer heat-transfer coefﬁcient HVAC indoor indoor air quality inﬁltration inlet insulation Load Calculation located loss coefﬁcient method ofﬁce operating outdoor air outlet percent permission from ASHRAE pipe pressure loss Problem proﬁle psia psychrometric chart radiation ratio reﬂected refrigerant relative humidity Reprinted by permission retum roof sensible heat shown in Fig sol-air temperatures SOLUTION speciﬁc surface Table thermal resistance total pressure transfer function tube unit valve vapor velocity ventilation volume ﬂow rate wall wet bulb wet bulb temperature