Displacement Ventilation (GB23)By: REHVA
The aim of this Guidebook is to give the state of the art knowledge of the displacement ventilation technology, and to simplify and improve the practical design procedure.
This guidebook describes the different principles of smoke prevention and their practical implementation by way of natural and mechanical smoke extraction systems, smoke control by pressurization systems and appropriate partition measures.
Guide for standards and regulations on heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning (SRB01)By: SMEITS
This guide was primarily written for engineers ? designers and contractors, to whom the starting points of HVAC&R standards and regulations are sufficient. It is not merely a reprint of standards and regulations, but a review of their starting points and essence necessary for design and contracting approach. Only in cases of some ambiguity, it is necessary to look for a source material.
Scientific-technical five-language dictionary (heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning) (SRB02)By: SMEITS
For the first time this dictionary offers a comparative review of the most needed terms from the field of heating, refrigeration, ventilation, and air-conditioning in Serbian, English, German, French, and Russian. In some languages several terms are given for some notions and, therefore, there are total 38000 terms.
The handbook provides a comprehensive review of and insight into the areas in which air is used as a working medium. In addition to fundamental postulates related to the properties and behaviour of air under pressure, the book presents the functions that can be achieved, such as: transformation of energy into mechanical work and energy transfer, management of technological operations and processes for information transfer and processing using appropriate means.
In air- conditioning systems, each of the installed subsystems directly affects the efficiency and quality of the air-conditioning system as a whole. If we could single out the part with the biggest influence, it would certainly be the network of channels for air supply and distribution. That is why there is a rule that no air-conditioning system is better than its air distribution.
Air-conditioning (SRB34)By: SMEITS
The content and topics that would encompass the relevant results in the field of air-conditioning with necessary comprehensive theoretical explanations have been expanded to that extent that one supplement to this publication would not be sufficient to provide readers with everything that is needed nowadays, including the dynamics of thermal behaviour of buildings and HVAC systems - determination, by measurements and dynamic simulations, of energy efficiency of buildings that determine the dynamics of heating or air-conditioning demands by their construction and built-in materials; partial loads and energy efficiency of components, sub-systems and systems; new systems of energy supply, co-generation and tri-generation systems using renewable energy sources; sustainable energy supply systems, artificial intelligence in management, intelligent and green buildings, etc.