Small handbook of energy engineering (SRB25) By: SMEITS
The small handbook of energy engineering has been written to provide, in every section, a brief review of a certain theoretical and practical method, procedure/process, technique or information relevant for the study and application of a specific accomplishment in energy engineering or related fields.
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.
Collection of laws and regulations on planning and construction of buildings and preparation of technical documentation (SRB63) By: SMEITS
This collection of laws and regulations is intended for engineers and technicians who take professional examinations, but also for their professional work after passing the examination.
Moist and compressed air (SRB43) By: SMEITS
Mixtures with one gas component and one vapour component are mixtures of gases and vapours. A typical example of such mixture is moist or humid air. In previous considerations moist or humid air was treated as a vapour-gas mixture, which is in gaseous state, with an important characteristic that, depending of temperature, one of the components can be condensed. Such component is called vapour (water vapour), and the other non-condensing component is gas (dry air). However, in nature, practically there are no dry gases and there is a question whether, due to such characteristics as well as the characteristic of drying the dry air, we should use the term ? dry air. In fact, dry gas (dry air) can be humidified in the form of small drops of mist that result from a mutual chemical reaction of free atoms of the dry atmospheric air components.
Thunder was fascinating and frightening natural occurrence since the dawn of manhood. Scientists are still researching it. Since this is a complex topic, in last decades the approach to building protection was changed. This book will be usefull to investitors, projectants, builders, owners, inspections and professional public.
This guidebook analyzes in detail the profile of sanitary hot water consumptions used in different types of buildings (homes, offices, hospitals...). It is explained how the maximum peak flow of a daily profile of DHW consumption and the average daily value of it to estimate energy losses and energy annual consumption
1.02 Pool water heating By: 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
Th guidebook focusses on the study and prevention of corrosion and embedding phenomena on sanitaru water installations of buildings. It includes fundamental concepts and solutions, both in the design and in the execution phase, and how to act in existing installations, when it