Control Systems for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning

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README first please. 1: Control Theory and Terminology. 1.1. Introduction. 1.2. What is Control? 1.3. Elementary Control System. 1.4. Purposes of Control. 1.5. Control Action. 1.6. Energy Sources for Control Systems. 1.7. Measurement. 1.8. Symbols and Abbreviations. 1.9. Psychrometrics. 1.10. Relationships. 1.11. Summary.
2: Pneumatic Control Devices. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Pneumatic Control Devices. 2.3. Control Cabinets. 2.4. Air Supply.
3: Electric and Electronic Control Devices. 3.1. Electric Control Devices. 3.2. Electronic Control Devices.
4: Fluidic Control Devices. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Wall Attachment Devices. 4.3. Turbulence Amplifiers. 4.4. Vortex Amplifiers. 4.5. Radical Jet Amplifier. 4.6. Fluidic Transducers. 4.7. Manual Switches.
5: Flow Control Devices. 5.1. Dampers. 5.2. Steam and Water Flow Control Valves.
6: Elementary Control Systems. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Outside Air Controls. 6.3. Air Stratification. 6.4. Heating. 6.5. Cooling Oils. 6.6. Humidity Control. 6.7. Dehumidifiers. 6.8. Static Pressure Control. 6.9. Electric Heat. 6.10. Gas-Fired Heaters. 6.11. Oil-Fired Heaters. 6.12. Refrigeration Equipment. 6.13. Fire and Smoke Control. 6.14. Electrical Interlocks. 6.15. Location of Sensors. 6.16. Summary.
7: Complete Control Systems. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Single-Zone Systems. 7.3. Multizone Air Handling Systems. 7.4. Dual-Duct Systems. 7.5. Variable Volume Systems. 7.6. Reheat Systems. 7.7. Heat Reclaim. 7.8. Fan-Coil Units. 7.9. Induction Systems. 7.10. Unit Ventilators. 7.11. Packaged Equipment. 7.12. Other Packaged Equipment. 7.13. Radiant Heating and Cooling. 7.14. Radiators and Convectors. 7.15. Heat Exchangers. 7.16. Solar Heating and Cooling Systems. 7.71. Summary.
8: Electric Control Systems. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Electrical Control Diagrams. 8.3.Electrical Control of a Chiller. 8.4.Electrical Control of an Air Handling Unit. 8.5. Example: A Typical Small Air-Conditioning System. 8.6. Electric Heaters. 8.7. Reduced-Voltage Starters. 8.8. Multispeed Starters. 8.9. Variable Speed Controllers. 8.10. Summary.
9: Special Control. 9.1. Introduction. 9.2. Close Temperature and/or Humidity Control. 9.3. Controlled Environment Rooms for Testing. 9.4. Summary.
10: Digital and Supervisory Control Systems. 10.1. Introduction. 10.2. Hard-Wired Systems. 10.3. Multiplexing Systems. 10.4. Computer-Based Systems for Monitoring and Control. 10.5. Benefits of the Computer System. 10.6. Training for Maintenance and Operation. 10.7. Summar
Control Systems for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Sixth Edition is complete and covers both hardware control systems and modern control technology. The material is presented without bias and without prejudice toward particular hardware or software. Readers with an engineering degree will be reminded of the psychrometric processes associated with heating and air conditioning as they learn of the various controls schemes used in the variety of heating and air conditioning systemtypes they will encountered in the field. Maintenance technicians will also find the book useful because it describes various control hardware and control strategies that were used in the past and are prevalent in most existing heating and air conditioning systems.Designers of new systems will find the fundamentals described in this book to be a useful starting point, and they will also benefit from descriptions of new digital technologies and energy management systems. This technology is found in modern building HVAC system designs.
Autor: Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
InhaltsangabeREADME first please. 1: Control Theory and Terminology. 1.1. Introduction. 1.2. What is Control? 1.3. Elementary Control System. 1.4. Purposes of Control. 1.5. Control Action. 1.6. Energy Sources for Control Systems. 1.7. Measurement. 1.8. Symbols and Abbreviations. 1.9. Psychrometrics. 1.10. Relationships. 1.11. Summary. 2: Pneumatic Control Devices. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Pneumatic Control Devices. 2.3. Control Cabinets. 2.4. Air Supply. 3: Electric and Electronic Control Devices. 3.1. Electric Control Devices. 3.2. Electronic Control Devices. 4: Fluidic Control Devices. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Wall Attachment Devices. 4.3. Turbulence Amplifiers. 4.4. Vortex Amplifiers. 4.5. Radical Jet Amplifier. 4.6. Fluidic Transducers. 4.7. Manual Switches. 5: Flow Control Devices. 5.1. Dampers. 5.2. Steam and Water Flow Control Valves. 6: Elementary Control Systems. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Outside Air Controls. 6.3. Air Stratification. 6.4. Heating. 6.5. Cooling Oils. 6.6. Humidity Control. 6.7. Dehumidifiers. 6.8. Static Pressure Control. 6.9. Electric Heat. 6.10. Gas-Fired Heaters. 6.11. Oil-Fired Heaters. 6.12. Refrigeration Equipment. 6.13. Fire and Smoke Control. 6.14. Electrical Interlocks. 6.15. Location of Sensors. 6.16. Summary. 7: Complete Control Systems. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Single-Zone Systems. 7.3. Multizone Air Handling Systems. 7.4. Dual-Duct Systems. 7.5. Variable Volume Systems. 7.6. Reheat Systems. 7.7. Heat Reclaim. 7.8. Fan-Coil Units. 7.9. Induction Systems. 7.10. Unit Ventilators. 7.11. Packaged Equipment. 7.12. Other Packaged Equipment. 7.13. Radiant Heating and Cooling. 7.14. Radiators and Convectors. 7.15. Heat Exchangers. 7.16. Solar Heating and Cooling Systems. 7.71. Summary. 8: Electric Control Systems. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Electrical Control Diagrams. 8.3.Electrical Control of a Chiller. 8.4.Electrical Control of an Air Handling Unit. 8.5. Example: A Typical Small Air-Conditioning System. 8.6. Electric Heaters. 8.7. Reduced-Voltage Starters. 8.8. Multispeed Starters. 8.9. Variable Speed Controllers. 8.10. Summary. 9: Special Control. 9.1. Introduction. 9.2. Close Temperature and/or Humidity Control. 9.3. Controlled Environment Rooms for Testing. 9.4. Summary. 10: Digital and Supervisory Control Systems. 10.1. Introduction. 10.2. Hard-Wired Systems. 10.3. Multiplexing Systems. 10.4. Computer-Based Systems for Monitoring and Control. 10.5. Benefits of the Computer System. 10.6. Training for Maintenance and Operation. 10.7. Summar
Autor: Roger W. Haines
ISBN-13:: 9780387305219
ISBN: 0387305211
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.03.2006
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 581g
Seiten: 366
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 06006, 6th ed. 2003. 2nd printing
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 233x158x25 mm