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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Design Options For HVAC Distribution System




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Description
The objective of an HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning) system is to control the temperature, humidity, air movement and air cleanliness, normally with mechanical means, to
achieve thermal comfort.
Centralized HVAC system installation utilizes number of separate components that are field assembled to serve the specific needs of an individual building.

A central plant has 4 principle elements:

1. Energy Supply (e.g. electricity, fuel)
2. Service Generators (e.g. boilers, chillers)
3. Distribution Components (e.g. air distribution ducts, pipes)
4. Delivery Components (e.g. diffusers, radiators)

Distribution components convey a heating or cooling medium from source location service generators to portions of a building that require conditioning. Delivery components serve as an interface between the distribution system and occupied spaces.

Content:-
PART- 1: ALL – AIR SYSTEMS
PART- 2: VARIABLE AIR VOLUME (VAV) SYSTEMS
PART- 3: AIR-WATER CENTRAL SYSTEMS
PART- 4: ALL WATER (HYDRONIC) SYSTEM
PART- 5: TERMINAL UNITS
PART- 6: INDIVIDUAL COMPACT UNITARY UNITS




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