Power engineering through standards, laws, regulations, and technical recommendations (SRB24)By: SMEITS
This handbook is primarily intended for active electric power engineers, and especially those who study for professional examinations. Laws, standards - national and international, rulebooks, instructions, and decisions ? everything needed to master the profession is presented and explained on 735 pages of this book.
6.01 CombustionBy: ATECYR
This guidebook gathers the basic concepts about combustion, its theory, and its practice in air conditioning installations
8.01 Energy recovery in air conditioning systemsBy: ATECYR
This guidebook shows the different technologies for energy recovery in air conditioning systems. By increasing the energy needs of society, it is important to apply alternatives like heat recovery to meet the needs with the lowest economic and environmental cost.
8.03 Thermal solar Installations for the production of sanitary hot waterBy: ATECYR
The guidebook describes the technologies applied for the production of Sanitary Hot Water in tertiary buildings as well as the methodology of design and dimensioning of the facilities. The main concepts used for solar thermal installations for the production of DHW are also described in detail.
8.04 Solar thermal energy. Practical casesBy: ATECYR
This guidebook describes in a practical way the design and dimensioning of solar thermal installations. The design criteria of the different components that make up the solar thermal installation are analyzed
Manual of solar energy for sanitary hot water and HVACBy: ATECYR
This manual helps technicians to design, plan and execute solar thermal installations.
CIBSE Guide K: Electricity in buildings (2004)By: CIBSE
This Guide will be invaluable for anyone thinking of installing new or renewable power sources. Energy managers, facilities managers and building owners/operators will also find this Guide a fund of essential and interesting information.
Environmental health and climate change (SRB42)By: SMEITS
The goal of professionals in the field of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC&R) is to create a comfortable and healthy environment, especially in buildings. In many cases, architectural and building materials and activities, as well as cleaning and maintenance that affect the environment, are beyond control of HVAC&R designers. In addition to other reasons for such situation, there is superficial knowledge of elementary facts on the indoor environment characteristics.