Oversized Air Handling Plant - Guidance Notes v. 11/97 (Paperback)J.R.J. Brittain (author)
Paperback 12 Pages / Published: 01/09/1997
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Fans and pumps are generally oversized by at least 15%, with more generous overcapacity often given to boilers and chillers. It is estimated that this oversizing is typically responsible for approximately 10-15% of HVAC-related energy consumption. This title presents a methodology for reducing the energy consumption of oversized constant or variable air volume air handling plant. It covers the topic in four stages - targeting air handling plant oversizing by considering the basic indicators; assessing and optimizing operation and maintenance; accurately quantifying air handling plant overcapacity by using plant monitoring; and implementing remedial measures.
Number of pages: 12
Dimensions: 297 x 210 mm
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