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CIBSE Guide B2: Ventilation and ductwork (2016)By: CIBSE

  • Ventilation systems
  • Building performance calculation and simulation
  • Ductwork

CIBSE Guide B3: Air conditioning and refrigeration (2016)By: CIBSE

This document, which forms chapter 3 of CIBSE Guide B, describes requirements and provides guidance on system selection with respect to generic building systems and relates primarily to office air conditioning systems.

  • Ventilation systems
  • Heating and cooling systems

CIBSE Guide B4: Noise and vibration control for building services systems (2016)By: CIBSE

This document, which forms chapter 4 of CIBSE Guide B, provides guidance to building services engineers and others involved in the design of building services on the generation, prediction, assessment and control of noise and vibration from building services, so that designers may produce systems which meet acceptable noise limits.

  • Ventilation systems

CIBSE Guide B: Combined index to CIBSE Guide sections B0, B1 to B4By: CIBSE

This combined index allows for navigation of topics across the complete Guide.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Ventilation systems

Ventilation Effectiveness (GB2)By: REHVA

This Guidebook provides easy-to-understand descriptions of the indices used to measure the performance of a ventilation system and which indices to use in different cases.

  • Ventilation systems
  • Building performance management
  • ventilation rates
  • performance of a ventilation system

Electrostatic Precipitators for Industrial Applications (GB3)By: REHVA

This Guidebook provides basic knowledge of the physics and power supplies of electrostatic precipitators. It also deals with practical aspects of ESP design and gives examples of typical applications of ESPs.

  • Ventilation systems
  • Systems design
  • power supplies of electrostatic precipitators
  • aspects of ESP design
  • applications of ESPs

Ventilation and Smoking - Reducing the Exposure to ETS in Buildings (GB4)By: REHVA

The book is aimed at all concerned with the subjects of air quality and tobacco smoke, primarily HVAC engineers, architects, occupational hygienists, facility managers, building owners, building users and policymakers in the public health sector.

  • Indoor environmental quality and building users
  • Ventilation systems
  • reducing the risk of passive smoking
  • air quality
  • public health sector

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