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Energy conservation in heating, cooling, and ventilating buildings

Energy conservation in heating, cooling, and ventilating buildings

heat and mass transfer techniques and alternatives

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Published by Hemisphere Pub. Corp. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Buildings -- Energy conservation -- Congresses.,
  • Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses.,
  • Mass transfer -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by C. J. Hoogendoorn and N. H. Afgan.
    SeriesSeries in thermal and fluids engineering
    ContributionsHoogendoorn, Charles J., Afgan, Naim., International Center for Heat and Mass Transfer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ163.5.B84 E528
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. (xii, 901 p.) :
    Number of Pages901
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4714883M
    ISBN 100891160949, 0891160957
    LC Control Number78001108

      The Atmospheric Fund and Ecosystem partnered with the Toronto Community Housing Corporation to retrofit seven multi-unit residential buildings. These energy retrofits have reduced annual utility bills and carbon emissions, while addressing thermal comfort and ventilation issues for residents.   It describes the essentials of control systems for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning of buildings designed for energy conserving operation. The book also defines demand-side management, covers its role in integrated resource planning, and delineates the main elements of its programs.2/5(1).

    Internal temperatures can be regulated by heating and cooling. Typically, this is achieved by heated water (or sometimes steam) and chilled water that is generated by boilers and chillers and then used in heating coils and cooling coils as part of the ventilation system. Alternatively, hot water may be used to supply systems such as radiators. nations total primary energy • Buildings consume 70 percent of electricity in the United States • In , carbon dioxide emissions attributable to lighting, heating, cooling, cooking, refrigeration, water heating, and other building services totaled million metric tons—40 percent of .

    Heating and Cooling of Buildings by T. Agami Reddy,Jan F. Kreider,Peter S. Curtiss,Ari Rabl Book Resume: Heating and Cooling of Buildings: Principles and Practice of Energy Efficient Design, Third Edition is structured to provide a rigorous and comprehensive technical foundation and coverage to all the various elements inherent in the design of. This book presents the necessary fundamental knowledge in the research, development, design, selection, and application of desiccant heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems. It covers the established installations in different climatic conditions and building types. In addition, advanced.


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