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Building energy management systems : applications to low energy HVAC and natural ventilation control

Author: G J Levermore
Publisher: London ; New York : E & FN Spon, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Energy efficiency is a major cost issue for commerce and industry. This text examines building energy management systems which are used to monitor temperature inside and outside buildings and control the boilers and coolers.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G J Levermore
ISBN: 0419225900 9780419225904 0419261400 9780419261407
OCLC Number: 41932586
Description: xvii, 519 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The development and use of BEMS; the outstation; the BEMS central station; commissioning, sick building syndrome and occupant feedback; sensors and their responses; basic control; pid three term direct digital control; building heat loss and heating; compensation; optimizer control; control of natural ventilation; monitoring and targeting.
Responsibility: G.J. Levermore.

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Fully revised and updated, this text considers new developments in the control of low energy and HVAC systems. New chapters include Commissioning, Sick Building Syndrome and Occupant Feedback and  Read more...
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