Lecture Notes On HVAC Equipment and Systems



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The field of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning—HVAC—is a science and practice of controlling indoor climate, thereby providing health and comfortable interior conditions for occupants in a well-designed, energy-efficient, and low-emissions manner.

The term "H" in HVAC stands for heating that comprises of any number of heating systems from gas furnaces, electric furnaces, oil furnaces, oil and gas boilers, radiant heating systems, and heat pumps.

“V” in HVAC describes ventilation. This can be ventilating the facility using ductwork or ventilating a kitchen using ductwork and fans with a hood. It can also refer to combustion air or the air needed to have combustion for various heating systems.

"AC" in HVAC refers to air conditioning that comprises of 3 main methods – mechanical compression, vapor absorption and evaporative cooling. Air conditioners (direct expansion – DX systems) and chillers usually accomplish the job of air conditioning.

Content:-
SECTION – 1: CENTRAL HEATING SOURCES
SECTION – 2: HVAC EQUIPMENT: COOLING SOURCES
SECTION 3: HVAC DELIVERY EQUIPMENT
SECTION – 4: AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCTWORK
SECTION – 5: AIR DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT & ACCESSORIES
SECTION – 6: SYSTEM DESIGN
SECTION – 7: HYDRONIC DISTRIBUTION: PIPING AND PUMPS
SECTION – 8: ANNUAL ENERGY USE CALCULATIONS

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"A. Bhatia"



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