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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.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Ventilation systems
  • Indoor environmental quality and building users
  • standards
  • regulations
  • HVAC&R

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.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Ventilation systems
  • HVAC&R dictionary

Food refrigeration and freezing technology (SRB03)By: SMEITS

The basic notions of human nutrition, food ingredients, storage conditions, and storage effects on food properties are explained. Furthermore, changes of foodstuffs and consequences of such changes on quality or deterioration of food properties are described. The sanitary and hygienic working conditions are listed, according to specific requirements in the storage process and storage possibilities/options and conditions are presented in detail.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • refrigeration
  • freezing technology

Small thermal engineering handbook (SRB49)By: SMEITS

The small thermal engineering handbook contains the tables with graphic symbols which should be used, in accordance with the adequate standard, when drawing the schemes of refrigeration plants, as well as the tables with practical data on flammability limit of some gases and vapour, approximate coefficients of heat transfer depending on convection types and similar. A special attention is paid to the chapter on refrigerants ? the field of great significance for development of thermal engineering equipment and systems, in which important changes have occurred regarding conventionally used refrigerants.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Systems design
  • thermal engineering

Heating network boiler rooms and heat exchange stations (SRB41)By: SMEITS

A handbook for designers and contractors. In addition to theoretical considerations, the book deals with a series of calculations, recommendations, and useful diagrams and nomograms. In this attractive handbook a reader can find a large number of necessary data proven in practice, with detailed information on the characteristics of selected and reliable technical solutions.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Building automation, controls and technical building management systems
  • heat exchange stations
  • boiler rooms
  • heating network

Regulation valves in district heating systems (SRB06)By: SMEITS

Valves are devices that can change the flow of a fluid in a pipeline and, when needed, the flow can be completely stopped by closing a valve.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Building automation, controls and technical building management systems
  • district heating systems
  • regulation valves

Drum heat exchangers (SRB07)By: SMEITS

The book applies the principle of individual and integral analysis of factors influencing the heat exchange process: apparatus geometry and flowrate configuration, effective temperature differences and heat transfer coefficient. By connecting the influential factors we can obtain equations that connect thermal and geometrical values of the apparatus.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • drum heat exchangers

Thermomechanical stresses of pipelines and vessels (SRB37)By: SMEITS

The object of research of this monograph is stress field and deformation field in the penetration of cylindrical surfaces of support structures, as the most common form of discontinuity of cylindrical surface geometry, under the effect of the thermomechanical load. By analysing a physical model on a large number of actual constructions, it was concluded that the line of penetration of cylindrical surfaces lies in the plane or in the space.

  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Systems design
  • pipelines
  • vessels
  • thermomechanical stress

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