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Introduction to HVAC
Study Objectives of Chapter 1
1.2Brief History of HVAC
1.3Scope of Modern HVAC
1.4Introduction to Air-conditioning Processes
1.5Objective: What is your system to achieve?
1.6Environment For Human Comfort
The Next Step
Introduction to HVAC Systems
Study Objectives of Chapter 2
2.2Introducing the Psychrometric Chart
2.3Basic Air-Conditioning System
2.4Zoned Air-Conditioning Systems
2.5Choosing an Air-Conditioning System
2.6System Choice Matrix
Thermal Comfort
Study Objectives of Chapter 3
3.1Introduction: What is Thermal Comfort?
3.2Seven Factors Influencing Thermal Comfort
3.3Conditions for Comfort
3.4Managing Under Less Than Ideal Conditions
3.5Requirements of Non-Standard Groups
Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality
Study Objectives of Chapter 4
4.2Air Pollutants and Contaminants
4.3Indoor Air Quality Effects on Health and Comfort
4.4Controlling Indoor Air Quality
Study Objectives of Chapter 5
5.2What is a Zone?
5.3Zoning Design
5.4Controlling the Zone
Single Zone Air Handlers and Unitary Equipment
Study Objectives of Chapter 6
6.3Air-Handling Unit Components
6.4Refrigeration Equipment
6.5System Performance Requirements
6.6Rooftop Units
6.7Split Systems
7.2Single-Duct, Zoned Reheat, Constant Volume Systems
7.3Single-Duct, Variable Air Volume Systems
7.4By-pass Box Systems
7.5Constant Volume Dual-Duct, All-Air Systems
7.6Multizone Systems
7.7Three-deck Multizone Systems
7.8Dual-Duct, Variable Air Volume Systems
7.9Dual Path Outside Air Systems
Hydronic Systems
Study Objectives of Chapter 8
8.3Panel Heating and Cooling
8.4Fan Coils
8.5Two Pipe Induction Systems
8.6Water Source Heat Pumps
Hydronic System Architecture
Study Objectives of Chapter 9
9.3Water Systems
9.4Hot Water
9.5Chilled Water
9.6Condenser Water
Central Plants
Study Objectives of Chapter 10
10.2Central Plant Versus Local Plant in a Building
10.5Cooling Towers
11.2Basic Control
11.3Typical Control loops
11.4Introduction to Direct Digital Control, DDC
11.5Direct Digital Control of an Air-Handler
11.6Architecture and Advantages of Direct DigitalControls
Energy Conservation Measures
Study Objectives of Chapter 12
12.2Energy Considerations for Buildings
12.3ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1
12.4Heat Recovery
12.5Air-Side and Water-Side Economizers
12.6Evaporative Cooling
12.7Control of Building Pressure
The Final Step
Special Applications
Study Objectives of Chapter 13
13.2Radiant Heating and Cooling Systems
13.3Thermal Storage Systems
13.4The Ground as Heat Source and Sink
13.5Occupant Controlled Windows with HVAC
13.6Room Air Distribution Systems
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Fundamentals of HVAC Systems

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