Control Systems for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Sixth Edition is finish and covers both hardware control schemes and progressed control technology. The material is staged without bias and without prejudice toward peculiar hardware or software. Readers with an engineering degree will be reminded of the psychrometric processes related with heating and air conditioning as they learn of the respective controls systems used in the assortment of heating and air conditioning scheme types they will came upon in the field. Maintenance technicians will likewise find the book utile because it describes respective control hardware and control schemes that were applied in the past and are prevalent in most existent heating and air conditioning systems. Designers of new schemes will find the fundamentals described in this book to be a utile starting point, and they will likewise gain from descriptions of new digital technologies and energy management systems. This technology is found in progressed building HVAC scheme designs.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #505940 in Books
- Published on: 2006-01-19
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 9.21″ h x .79″ w x 6.14″ l, 1.18 pounds
- Binding: Paperback
- 375 pages
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
good book at a fair price
By Michael B. Garcia
though it covers theory a bit more than practical use in the field this is still a quite good book..
the book is clear and has what is relevant to the hvac field and i recommend the book to anyone interested in hvac controls..
good descriptions and well laid out and well written for every skill level..
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
By Alpha Tau M. Solutions
Very good book for HVAC controls.Very good book for HVAC controls.Very good book for HVAC controls.Very good book for HVAC controls.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Control Systems book review
By Stevie Woods
The book is pretty good. It is an easy reading book. I would like to see some pictures. I am a student that is very new to controls, and a few more pictures would be worth a thousand words. I must say that they have a lot of drawings, and verbal descriptions, but sometimes a drawing, especially when one is talking about controls is not enough. The student/reader should know that it is not a book that you can read without an instructor’s or engineer’s guidance. Some of the things referenced in this book will definitely need someone to explain. Please don’t mistake my critiques as being negative, overall I really liked the book.
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