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The Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook addresses the design of air technology systems for the control of contaminants in industrial workplaces such as factories and manufacturing plants. It covers the basic theories and science behind the technical solutions for industrial air technology and includes publication of new fundamental research and design equations contributed by more than 40 engineers and scientists from over 18 countries.
Readers are presented with scientific research and data for improving the indoor air quality in the workplace and reducing emissions to the outside environment.
The Guidebook represents, for the first time, a single source of all current scientific information available on the subject of industrial ventilation and the more general area of industrial air technology. New Russian data is included that fills several gaps in the scientific literature.
- Presents technology for energy optimization and environmental benefits
* A collaborated effort from more than 60 ventilation experts throughout 18 countries
* Based on more than 50 million dollars of research and development focused on industrial ventilation
* Includes significant scientific contributions from leading ventilation experts in Russia
* Presents new innovations including a rigorous design methodology and target levels
* Contains extensive sections on design with modeling techniques
* Content is well organized and easily adaptable to computer applications
Students, researchers, and practitioners in the industrial air technology field.
Industrial Air Technology - Description
Design Methodology of Industrial Air Technology (DM)
Physiological and Toxicological Considerations
Principles of Air and Contaminant Movement Inside and Around Buildings
Room Air Conditioning
Air Handling Unit and Ductwork
Design with Modeling Techniques
Gas Cleaning Technology
Environmental Assessment Tools
Appendix 1: Basic SI Units. Unit Conversion Tables. Symbols and Greek Alphabet. Physical Constants. Dimensionless Numbers. Definitions.
Appendix 2: National Bodies.
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- © Academic Press 2001
- 17th April 2001
- Academic Press
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Howard Goodfellow graduated with a Ph.D. from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry from the University of Toronto and has been responsible for specialized consulting and engineering design services for over 1000 industrial and government clients in the environmental field. He has provided litigation support and expert testimony for numerous legal clients in the industrial clean air technology field. For over 25 years, Dr. Goodfellow has been a recognized expert in the field of ventilation, air pollution and air quality control. His affiliation with the University of Toronto as Adjunct Professor and his association with TEKES and INVENT teams in Finland has led to teaching opportunities in various countries in the area of industrial ventilation as well as the publication of the first edition of the Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook. He has presented over 100 technical papers and is the author of the scientific textbook entitled: “Advanced Design of Ventilation Systems for Contaminant Control.” Dr. Goodfellow is a named Fellow of Engineers from the Professional Engineers Ontario and the Canadian Academy of Engineering as well as Hall of Distinction, University of Toronto, Engineering Alumni Association and recipient of The Engineering Medal, Entrepreneurship Category, Ontario Professional Engineers, and the Canada Award, Society of Chemical Industry.
Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, ON, Canada
TAKE Suomen Talotekniikan Kehityskeskus Oy, Helsinki, Finland
University of Toronto and Stantec Global Technologies Ltd., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
"The book is an excellent reference source and handbook of fundamentals related to industrial air technology. I would highly recommend it for anyone who designs or troubleshoots ventilation systems used for comfort or contaminant control or who evaluates the work environment and provides recommendations for control."
@source:--Chemical Health & Safety, Jan/Feb 2002
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