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Index of Mechanical and Electrical Equipment PDF


PART 1. The Constructing Design Context

  • Chapter 1. Design Course of
  • Chapter 2. Environmental Sources
  • Chapter 3. Websites and Sources

PART 2. Design Fundamentals

  • Chapter 4. Thermal Consolation
  • Chapter 5. Indoor Air High quality
  • Chapter 6. Photo voltaic Geometry and Shading Gadgets
  • Chapter 7. Warmth Move

PART 3. Passive Environmental Programs

  • Chapter 8. Day lighting
  • Chapter 9. Passive Heating
  • Chapter 10. Passive Cooling
  • Chapter 11. Integrating Passive Programs

PART 4. Energetic Environmental Programs

  • Chapter 12. Energetic Local weather Management
  • Chapter 13. Lighting Fundamentals
  • Chapter 14. Electrical Mild Sources
  • Chapter 15. Lighting Design Course of
  • Chapter 16. Electrical Lighting Design
  • Chapter 17. Electrical Lighting Functions
  • Chapter 18. Water and Fundamental Design
  • Chapter 19. Water Provide
  • Chapter 20. Liquid Waste 
  • Chapter 21. Stable Waste

PART 5. ACOUSTICS

  • Chapter 22. Fundamentals Of Architectural Acoustics
  • Chapter 23. Sound In Enclosed Areas
  • Chapter 24. Constructing Noise Management
  • Chapter 25. Hearth Safety

PART 6. Electrical energy

  • Chapter 26. Ideas of Electrical energy 
  • Chapter 27. Electrical Programs and Supplies: Service and Utilization
  • Chapter 28. Electrical Programs and Supplies: Wiring and Raceways
  • Chapter 29. Electrical Wiring Design
  • Chapter 30. Photovoltaic Programs

PART 7. Sign Programs

  • Chapter 31. Sign Programs

PART 8. Transportation

  • Chapter 32. Vertical Transportation: Passenger Elevators
  • Chapter 33. Vertical Transportation: Particular Subjects
  • Chapter 34. Shifting Stairways and Walks

 

Preface to Mechanical and Electrical Equipment PDF


EIGHT DECADES AND A FEW GENERATIONS HAVE handed because the first version of Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings was printed in 1935.

At its start, this e book was 429 pages lengthy. Now, within the 12th version, the e book is greater than 1800 pages, a rise of 400%.

This growth provides pause to our writer and strengthens the arms of scholars—however, extra significantly, it displays the rising complexity of constructing design and the burgeoning information base that confronts right this moment’s designers.

Many new subjects have been added over time, and a number of have disappeared; pc simulations are actually routinely utilized in system design;

tools and distribution programs have undergone main adjustments; mechanical cooling has turn out to be commonplace; gas selections have shifted (coal has moved from an on‐website to an off‐website vitality supply).

In latest editions, the e book has more and more added discussions of “why” to its historic focus upon “how‐to.” A lot of the programs introduced on this e book eat vitality and embody supplies.

Some programs eat water. As world society has moved from its early reliance on renewable vitality sources (wind, water, and horse energy) to right this moment’s seemingly unbreakable habit to nonrenewable fossil fuels, it has additionally added vastly to its inhabitants and elevated its per capita vitality use.

The ensuing environmental degradation (primarily evident in air and water high quality) has spurred efforts to reverse this decline.

Governmental rules are part of such efforts, however this e book emphasizes the investigation of different fuels and design approaches that transcend these options at the moment deemed “acceptable” to society.

Designers are inspired to take an aggressive management function in mitigating environmental degradations. On this word, it’s changing into more and more clear that local weather change is nicely underneath approach.

The distressing worth of 400 ppm of atmospheric CO2 has been reached. We could not know the exact extent to which our insatiable carbon‐based mostly vitality consumption is accountable for pushing the world to this new actuality.

Nonetheless, it appears professionally irresponsible to imagine that human actions have had no impact. It is extremely clear that the world’s provide of fossil gas is diminishing, that the consumption of those fuels dumps huge portions of CO2 into the air,

and that there might be future penalties for all buildings (and their occupants) that right this moment rely so totally on nonrenewable vitality sources.

The buildings of right this moment contribute to detrimental world penalties that may influence future generations, and our strategy to mechanical and electrical programs should take into account how finest to reduce and mitigate—if not negate—such detrimental environmental impacts.

Thus, on‐website assets— daylighting, passive photo voltaic heating, passive cooling, photo voltaic water heating, rainwater, wastewater remedy, photovoltaic electrical energy—share the highlight with conventional off‐website assets (pure fuel, oil, {the electrical} grid, water and sewer strains).

On‐website processes might be space‐intensive and labor‐intensive and can contain elevated first prices that require years to get well by means of financial savings in vitality, water, and/or materials consumption.

Off‐website processes are often sponsored by society, usually with substantial environmental prices that accrue to the commons.

On‐website vitality use requires us to look past the constructing, to pay as a lot consideration to a constructing’s context as to the mechanical and electrical areas, tools, and programs inside.

All through the various editions of this e book, one other development has emerged. Society has slowly moved from programs that centralize the availability of heating, cooling, water, and electrical energy towards people who encourage extra localized manufacturing and management.

Elevated sophistication of digital management programs has inspired this development. Additional encouragement comes from multipurpose buildings whose schedules of occupancy are fragmented and from firms with various work schedules that end in partial occupancy on weekends.

 

One other issue on this transfer to decentralization is employee satisfaction; there may be more and more strong proof that productiveness will increase with a way of particular person management of 1’s work setting.

Residences are generally getting used as workplace work environments. Increasing communications networks have made this attainable.

As residential designs thus turn out to be extra complicated (with workplace‐high quality lighting, zones for heating/cooling, subtle communications, noise management),

our nonresidential work environments turn out to be extra engaging and particular person. Air and water air pollution issues stemming from buildings (and their programs and occupants) are well known and typically condemned.

A quickly rising curiosity in inexperienced design on the a part of shoppers and designers could assist to mitigate such issues, though inexperienced design is hopefully simply an intermediate step within the journey to actually sustainable options.

And no, we’re not designing sustainable options right this moment—regardless of the claims about sustainable this and sustainable that which fill the Web, convention displays, and skilled journals.

One other pervasive pollutant affecting our high quality of life is noise. Noise will influence constructing siting, house planning,

exterior and inside materials choices—even the selection of cooling programs (as with pure air flow). Air and water air pollution may end up in bodily sickness, however so can noise air pollution, together with its burden of psychological stress.

This e book is written primarily for the North American constructing design group and has at all times emphasised examples from this area.

But different areas of the world, some with related traditions and gas sources, have worthy examples of recent methods for constructing design using on‐website vitality and vitality conservation.

Thus, buildings from Europe and Asia seem on this 12th version, together with many North American examples.

Listings of such buildings (and related researchers and designers) have been included within the index of this version.

Design requirements introduced on this e book are typically reflective of observe in the US; it is a results of our experiences, but additionally displays a need to not confuse readers by itemizing the various,

many variations in design requirements that exist throughout the globe, Constructing system design is now extensively undertaken utilizing computer systems, usually by means of proprietary software program that features tons of of constructed‐in assumptions.

This e book encourages the designer to take a rational strategy to system design: to confirm intuitive design strikes and assumptions and to make use of computer systems as instruments to facilitate such verification,

however to make use of patterns and approximations to level early design efforts in the correct course (and catch the occasional rubbish‐in/rubbish‐out simulation consequence).

Hand calculations have the additional benefit of exposing all pertinent variables and assumptions to the designer. This in itself is a priceless rationale for conducting some portion of an evaluation manually.

Tough hand‐calculated outcomes ought to level in the identical course as outcomes obtained with a pc; the higher the disparity, the higher the necessity to test each approaches.

This isn’t to disparage using simulations, that are priceless (if not indispensable) in optimizing complicated and generally counterintuitive programs.

This e book is written with the coed, the architect‐ or engineer‐in‐coaching, and the practising skilled in thoughts.

Fundamental idea, preliminary design tips, and detailed design procedures enable the e book to serve each as an introductory textual content for the coed and as a extra superior reference for each skilled and pupil.

This work is meant for use as a textbook for a spread of programs in structure, architectural engineering, and constructing/building administration.

A “MEEB 12” World Extensive Net (WWW) website supplies supporting supplies to reinforce studying about and understanding of the ideas, tools, and programs handled on this e book.

The chance to supply coloration pictures through the Net is really thrilling. As with earlier editions, a 12th version Teacher’s Handbook has been developed to supply further assist for these educating with the e book.

The guide, up to date by Troy Peters (with enter from Walter Grondzik and Alison Kwok), outlines the contents and terminology in every chapter; highlights ideas of particular curiosity or problem;

and supplies pattern dialogue, quiz, and examination questions. The guide is obtainable to instructors who’ve adopted this e book for their programs.

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