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 Climate and Productivity in Offices Guidebook shows how to quantify the effects of indoor environment on office work and also how to include these effects in the calculation of building costs.
Indoor Climate Quality Assesment - Evaluation of Indoor Thermal and Indoor Air Quality (GB14)By: REHVA
This REHVA Guidebook gives building professionals a useful support in the practical measurements and monitoring of the indoor climate in buildings.
This guidebook aims to build a bridge between the real estate community and the engineering community. It explains the challenges of property valuation based on real data and how the sustainability and HVAC-technology can have an impact on value.
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.
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.
Clean rooms (SRB04)By: SMEITS
This book is the first step ? a theoretical insight into the clean room design problems.