Heating and Ventilation
ASHRAE Standard 170 has been updated to include updates, changes, and clarifications dealing with humidity, ducted returns, recirculating rooms units, and duct lining.
A 700,000-sq-ft research facility is being built for Novartis in Cambridge, Mass.
A smoke control system should be chosen by a fire protection engineer with enough knowledge to tailor the system to the characteristics of the building and its occupants.
College and university campus buildings have a lot going on—classes, research, dining, and sleeping. HVAC and air quality are key aspects of these buildings.
Selecting a condensing boiler has the potential for high efficiency gains, but understanding special considerations for these boilers could cost you if you design the way you have in the past.
There are ten design items that should be considered for designing condensing boiler systems.
Properly designed power, air, and water systems in health care facilities can enhance care, promote healing, and ensure sustainability.
The last installment of this three-part series describes how UV-C lamps are applied in HVAC systems to clean cooling coil surfaces, drain pans, air filters, and ducts to attain and maintain “as-built” capacity and indoor air quality.
Two manufacturers provide tips on how engineers can make their hospital and health care facility projects more successful.
Hospital and health care facility projects are especially important due to their sensitive nature. The HVAC system—especially indoor air quality—must have reliable design.