This document includes the design of chiller plants, (electric or gas, absorption and adsorption chillers), boilers, heat pumps and steam generators and cogeneration systems
9.08 Gas heat pumps By: ATECYR
The document analyzes the possibilities of using gas heat pumps (GHP, "Gas Heat Pumps") for the production of heating, cooling and DHW production in buildings.
This guidebook is a work tool for those technicians who decide to design the air conditioning of an indoor pool using outside air, as the only dehydrating element. It provides all the necessary data to carry out the project with all reliability. An example of complete calculation is included for a better understanding.
10.05 Basic principles of condensing boilers By: ATECYR
This is a theoretical guide that delves into the learning of the physical phenomenon of condensation, under the prism of condensing boilers, as the current efficient solution for heat generators. The objective is to promote energy efficiency in heating systems.
10.06 Covered swimming pools. Air conditioning systems dehumidification and energy saving by heat pumps By: ATECYR
The guidebook describes and compares different ways of dehumidifying and air conditioning indoor swimming pools by cooling the air with mechanical compression air conditioning systems.
The guidebook shows the parameters that must be considered to design an HVAC control system. The technician must be able to discern between the different possibilities, design the systems taking into account the problems of its management, and know the influence of the control system on the correct operation of the whole system.
Energy counting in central heating and / or HWS installations in homes, indicating minimum reading periods, possible uncertainties and responsibilities acquired by the counting company. Details the additional elements needed for a correct count
Describes examples of insulation of facade walls, roofs and screeds in new construction that affect the energy demand of buildings. Analyze its impact on energy certification. Includes examples of energy loss in distribution subsystems: pipes and ducts