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Handbook of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Eighth Edition, contains in a readily available form the data, charts, and tables which are required by the heating engineer during his daily work. The data is presented in a concise manner in order to facilitate the work of the heating and ventilating engineer. The handbook is organized into 17 sections covering the following topics: abbreviations, symbols and conversions; standards for materials; combustion; heat and thermal properties of materials; properties of steam and air; heat losses; cooling loads; heating systems; steam systems; domestic services; ventilation; air conditioning; pumps and fans; sound; and labor rates. The final sections contain a bibliography for readers who require more theoretical treatment of the topics on which data is presented in this book, and a list of British Standards relevant to heating, ventilating, and air conditioning based on information available in May 1980. The book is designed for daily use and a comprehensive bibliography has been included for the benefit of those who wish to pursue the theoretical side of any particular branch.
Section 1 Abbreviations, Symbols and Conversions
Section 2 Standards for Materials
Section 3 Combustion
Section 4 Heat and Thermal Properties of Materials
Section 5 Properties of Steam and Air
Section 6 Heat Losses
Section 7 Cooling Loads
Section 8 Heating Systems
Section 9 Steam Systems
Section 10 Domestic Services
Section 11 Ventilation
Section 12 Air Conditioning
Section 13 Pumps and Fans
Section 14 Sound
Section 15 Labor Rates
Section 16 Bibliography
Section 17 British Standards
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1982
- 1st April 1982
- eBook ISBN:
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