The aim of the guideline is to support, in a practical way, a design process for realizing Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) in the context of Mediterranean-climate, focusing more on the mechanical systems than on the building envelope, which has previously been treated in Part 1 (REHVA Guidebook No. 28).
The guidebook serves as a comprehensive and easy-to-understand design manual, explains the benefits and limitations of displacement in commercial ventilation and outlines where ventilation should be applied.
1.02 Pool water heatingBy: ATECYR
This guidebook describes the equations needed to estimate the water losses of the pool due to the difference in vapor pressure. Mostly explains energy calculations for indoor pools, although there is a chapter for the case of outdoor pools
1.06 HVAC facilities in hospitalsBy: ATECYR
The air conditioning of hospital environments represents one of the most complex installations that a specialist HVAC engineer must face. This document describes the indispensable requirements of the different hospital environments and develops some of the usual techniques used to achieve them.
9.01 System typesBy: ATECYR
The guidebook details the most used HVAC systems in the most complex installations. The most important aspect when it choosing a system is perhaps the fit between the system and the type of application
9.05 Air conditioning systemsBy: ATECYR
The guidebook refers to select the terminal units in active air conditioning systems that are additional elements to the building itself and entail energy consumption
It is a guide designed with a double purpose, to guide the student and for the engineer who starts in the development of air conditioning projects. It can also be taken as an element of quality control in the writing of projects