Handbook of Energy Engineering 7th Edition

(s): Albert Thumann,D. Paul Mehta
Publisher: The Fairmont Press, Inc
Year: 2013
No of Pages: 450
Edition: 7th edition
Size: 7.4 MB
File Format: PDF
Book Description:
 Here's your step-by -step guide to applying the principles of energy engineering and management to the design of electrical, HVAC, utility, process and building systems for both new design and retrofit. With new chapters on electrical system optimization and ISO 50001, this edition also covers the latest updates to codes and standards in the energy industry. You'll find chapters on energy economic analysis, energy auditing, waste heat recovery, utility system optimization, HVAC, cogeneration, control systems, energy management, compressed air system optimization and financing energy projects. Additional topics include emerging technologies such as oxy-fuel combustion, high efficiency burners, enhanced heat exchangers, and ceramic membranes for heat recovery, as well as information on state-of-the-art lighting and lighting controls.

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HVAC Design Guide for Tall Commercial Buildings (ASHRAE)

(s): Donald E. Ross
Publisher: American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
Year: 2004
No of Pages: 122
Size: 1.2 MB
File Format: PDF
Book Description:
The design of any tall building is the result of the collaborative effort of owners, architects, structural engineers, mechanical and electrical engineers, and other specialized engineers and consultants. This design guide is focused on the efforts of the designers of the heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, but it also addresses the importance of the design team and their collective efforts and concerns that are the critical elements in determining the ultimate solutions to the project needs.

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Design Considerations for Datacom Equipment Centers, 2nd Edition (ASHRAE)

(s): ASHRAE Technical Committee
: Ashrae Datacom
Publisher: American Society of Heating,Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
Year: 2009
No of Pages: 237
Edition: 2nd edition
Size: 2.1 MB
File Format: PDF
Book Description:
The design of computer rooms and telecommunications facilities is different in fundamental ways from the design of facilities used primarily for human occupancy. ASHRAE has not, until now, published a basic reference text to provide an overview of the special design needs of datacom facilities. As the power density of datacom equipment continues to increase, this need has grown more severe.

This book covers basic design considerations for data and communications equipment centers. The book is divided into two parts. Part I, Datacom Facility Basics, includes chapters on datacom design criteria (temperature, temperature rate of change, relative humidity, dew point, and filtration), HVAC load, computer room cooling (including both air and liquid cooling), and air distribution. Part II of the book, Other Considerations, includes chapters on ancillary spaces (battery plants, emergency generator rooms, burn-in rooms and test labs, and spare parts rooms), contamination, acoustical noise emissions, structural and seismic design and testing, fire detection and suppression, commissioning,
availability and redundancy, and energy efficiency. This book does not cover electrical or electronic systems design and distribution.

The primary changes for this second edition center on the updated thermal envelope and relate to the recommended temperatures at the inlets of the equipment operating in datacom facilities.

This book is the third in the ASHRAE Datacom Series, authored by ASHRAE Technical Committee 9.9, Mission Critical Facilities, Technology Spaces and Electronic Equipment. This series provides comprehensive treatment of datacom cooling and related subjects.

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2014 ASHRAE Handbook - Refrigeration

Publisher: American Society of Heating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Year: 2014
Size: 61 MB
File Format: PDF

The 2014 ASHRAE Handbook—Refrigeration covers the refrigeration equipment and systems for applications other than human comfort. This volume includes data and guidance on cooling, freezing, and storing food; industrial and medical applications of refrigeration; and low-temperature refrigeration.

1. Halocarbon Refrigeration Systems
2. Ammonia Refrigeration Systems
3. Carbon Dioxide Refrigeration Systems
4. Liquid Overfeed Systems
5. Component Balancing in Refrigeration Systems
6. Refrigerant System Chemistry
7. Control of Moisture and Other Contaminants in Refrigerant Systems
8. Equipment and System Dehydrating, Charging, and Testing
9. Refrigerant Containment, Recovery, Recycling, and Reclamation

10. Insulation Systems for Refrigerant Piping
11. Refrigerant Control Devices
12. Lubricants in Refrigerant Systems
13. Secondary Coolants in Refrigeration Systems
14. Forced-Circulation Air Coolers
15. Retail Food Store Refrigeration and Equipment
16. Food Service and General Commercial Refrigeration Equipment
17. Household Refrigerators and Freezers
18. Absorption Equipment

19. Thermal Properties of Foods
20. Cooling and Freezing Times of Foods
21. Commodity Storage Requirements
22. Food Microbiology and Refrigeration
23. Refrigerated-Facility Design
24. Refrigerated-Facility Loads

25. Cargo Containers, Rail Cars, Trailers, and Trucks
26. Marine Refrigeration
27. Air Transport

28. Methods of Precooling Fruits, Vegetables, and Cut Flowers
29. Industrial Food-Freezing Systems
30. Meat Products
31. Poultry Products
32. Fishery Products
33. Dairy Products
34. Eggs and Egg Products
35. Deciduous Tree and Vine Fruit
36. Citrus Fruit, Bananas, and Subtropical Fruit
37. Vegetables
38. Fruit Juice Concentrates and Chilled Juice Products
39. Beverages
40. Processed, Precooked, and Prepared Foods
41. Bakery Products
42. Chocolates, Candies, Nuts, Dried Fruits, and Dried Vegetables

43. Ice Manufacture
44. Ice Rinks
45. Concrete Dams and Subsurface Soils
46. Refrigeration in the Chemical Industry

47. Cryogenics
48. Ultralow-Temperature Refrigeration
49. Biomedical Applications of Cryogenic Refrigeration

50. Terminology of Refrigeration
51. Codes and Standards

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Principles of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning, 7th Edition

(s): Ronald H. Howell, William J. Coad and Harry J. Sauer, Jr. 
Publisher: American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
Year: 2013
No of Pages: 603
Edition: 7th edition
Size: 38 MB
File Format: PDF
Book Description:
Principles of Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning is a textbook based on the 2013 ASHRAE Handbook - Fundamentals. It contains the most current ASHRAE procedures and definitive, yet easy to understand, treatment of building HVAC systems, from basic principles through design and operation.

The material is divided into three major sections: General Concepts, Chapters 1 10; Air-Conditioning Systems, Chapters 11 16; and HVAC&R Equipment, Chapters 17 19. There are several significant changes in this revised edition. Chapter 4 has a new format as well as new values for climatic design information. Chapter 5 has a new table for typical thermal properties (resistance and thermal conductivity) of common building and insulating materials. This includes new values of heating, wind, cooling, and dehumidifying design conditions. Chapter 7 has been extensively revised with new design data. In addition, the chapters on system design and equipment have been significantly revised to reflect recent changes and concepts in modern heating and air-conditioning system practices.

This book includes access to a web site containing the Radiant Time Series (RTS) Method Load Calculation Spreadsheets, which are intended as an educational tool both for the student and for the experienced engineer wishing to explore the RTS method. These spreadsheets allow the user to perform RTS cooling load calculations for lights, people, equipment, walls/roofs, and fenestration components using design day weather profiles for any month. Cooling and heating loads can be calculated for individual rooms or block load zones. Twelve-month cooling calculations can be done to determine the month and time of peak cooling load for each room or block load zone. In addition, room/zone worksheets can be copied and modified within the spreadsheet to analyze as many rooms or zones as desired; the number of rooms/zones is limited only by the available computer memory.


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