HVAC Control in the New Millennium by Michael Hordeski. This book investigates how the latest advances in distributed technology will be used in commercial systems. It analyzes the impact of this technology on HVAC control strategies and operator interfaces including future concepts of human/machine interfaces. The potential benefits of improved technology mean additional energy and cost savings. Based on recent and upcoming standards HVAC control strategy may evolve with changing needs linked to plant-wide enterprise systems. These distributed HVAC systems provide the wide-area technology needed for HVAC system remote access and Internetwork communications.
Table of Contents for HVAC Control
- Chapter 1 Heat, Ventilation and Damper Control Trends
- Chapter 2 Energy and Power Management, Distributed Control Trends
- Chapter 3 Control Technology, Microelectronics, and Nanotechnology
- Chapter 4 Advanced HVAC Control, Information Technology, and Open Systems
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- Chapter 5 PC-based Control, Software and Bus Trends
- Chapter 6 Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy Logic, and Control
- Chapter 7 Computer Networks and Security
- Chapter 8 Systems and Device Networks
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- Chapter 9 Building Automation, Wireless Technology, and the Internet