HVAC Design Sourcebook pdf by W. Larsen Angel The McGraw-Hill Companies. This is a practical handbook that will assist you in the process of designing heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems for commercial buildings. The HVAC Design Sourcebook is the tool you need to work as effective members of a design team from the senior HVAC engineers you are working under. The HVAC Design Sourcebook fills the void in the industry for a practical resource to assist in the process of training junior HVAC system designers in the basics of HVAC system design. Essential design concepts are clearly explained and illustrated with photographs of actual HVAC systems installations and graphical conventions used in the preparation of construction drawings. Codes and standards are referenced frequently to emphasize the need for HVAC systems to be designed in accordance with the requirements of the regulating authorities. Also, read HVAC Engineers Handbook.
The Contents of HVAC Design Sourcebook
- 1 What Is HVAC?
- 2 The Design Process
- 3 Piping, Valves, and Specialties
- 4 Central Plant
- 5 Air Systems
- 6 Piping and Ductwork Distribution Systems
- Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Repair
- 7 Terminal Equipment
- 8 Noise and Vibration Control
- 9 Automatic Temperature Controls
- 10 Construction Drawings