Codes & Standards: HVAC
Learn ways to minimize the amount of snow brought into the building via outdoor air louvers
There are many ways to improve indoor air quality in buildings and to address COVID-19 fears
Maintaining indoor air quality is imperative for occupant health and comfort as well as the reliable operation and longevity of information technology equipment
Arup’s Mark Walsh-Cooke shared tools to help engineers stay better informed about HVAC systems, air quality, smart buildings and technology
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Strategies for implementing new air handling systems, including specific performance criteria, energy use targets, climate and heat recovery are among the many topics to be addressed during the conceptual engineering and design process.
Hydronic heating systems remain an energy-efficient and effective means to distribute low-grade waste heat throughout a high-performance building.
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Electrical design for modern HVAC systems, optimizing an HVAC system, MEP Giants, overcorrect protection for power systems, and fire safety requirements for NFPA 99-2012 were Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week Aug. 20-26. Were you out last week? You can catch up here.
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