Architectural engineering: Environmental controlMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: Architectural Record BookPublication details: 1965 McGraw Hill New YorkDescription: viii, 212 p. illustrations, maps, plans 29 cmISBN:
- 729.2 ARC
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This book, compiled from selected articles from the Architectural Engineering section of Architectural Record, presents the latest advances in concepts and systems for providing optimum thermal. lighting, and acoustical conditions in a wide variety of buildings The suitability and characteristics of heating and air-conditioning systems for particular building types In addition some of the newer one another rather than ones are discussed and diagrammed techniques such as experimental techniques such as high-velocity air conditioning solar heating. Various types of heating and air-conditioning systems are explained and analyzed in relation to their appropriateness to the special problems of building types. Case histories demonstrate application of advanced systems which provide installation and operating economies, consider today's problems of higher lighting and equipment loads, and lend themselves better to integration with such disciplines as structure, lighting, and acoustics
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