Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings. 12th Edition

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  • 1856 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO THE DESIGN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS

With over 2,200 drawings and photographs more than 300 of them new to this edition Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings covers basic theory, preliminary building design guidelines, and detailed design procedures for buildings of all sizes, and also provides information on the latest technologies, emerging design trends, and updated codes. In addition, the companion web site includes over 30 Interactive Animations, new case studies, a test bank in Respondus, and Instructor′s Manual.

For more than 75 years, this classic text has been the industry standard teaching and practice reference for building environmental control systems. Authored by two leading green design educators, this instructive reference provides the most current information on low–energy architecture, including:

  • Context, comfort, and environmental resources
  • Indoor air quality and thermal control
  • Illumination, acoustics, and electricity
  • Fire protection, signal systems, and transportation

This completely updated and expanded Twelfth Edition continues to help prepare generations of students for their careers in architecture, architectural engineering, and construction management, and to supply professionals with in–depth information to assist them with their decision making in practice.

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Preface xix

Acknowledgments xxiii

Part I The Building Design Context 1

Chapter 1 Design Process 3

Chapter 2 Environmental Resources 31

Chapter 3 Sites and Resources 61

Part II Design Fundamentals 107

Chapter 4 Thermal Comfort 109

Chapter 5 Indoor Air Quality 129

Chapter 6 Solar Geometry and Shading Devices 167

Chapter 7 Heat Flow 193

Part III Passive Environmental Systems 239

Chapter 8 Daylighting 241

Chapter 9 Passive Heating 295

Chapter 10 Passive Cooling 337

Chapter 11 Integrating Passive Systems 393

Part IV Active Environmental Systems 419

Chapter 12 Active Climate Control 421

Chapter 13 Lighting Fundamentals 583

Chapter 14 Electric Light Sources 639

Chapter 15 Lighting Design Process 671

Chapter 16 Electric Lighting Design 697

Chapter 17 Electric Lighting Applications 751

Chapter 18 Water and Basic Design 793

Chapter 19 Water Supply 837

Chapter 20 Liquid Waste 927

Chapter 21 Solid Waste 999

Chapter 22 Fundamentals of Architectural Acoustics 1015

Chapter 23 Sound in Enclosed Spaces 1043

Chapter 24 Building Noise Control 1073

Chapter 25 Fire Protection 1141

Chapter 26 Principles of Electricity 1219

Chapter 27 Electrical Systems and Materials: Service and Utilization 1239

Chapter 28 Electrical Systems and Materials: Wiring and Raceways 1299

Chapter 29 Electric Wiring Design 1335

Chapter 30 Photovoltaic Systems 1383

Chapter 31 Signal Systems 1409

Chapter 32 Vertical Transportation: Passenger Elevators 1445

Chapter 33 Vertical Transportation: Special Topics 1515

Chapter 34 Moving Stairways and Walks 1535

Appendix A Metrication, SI Units, and Conversions 1557

Appendix B Climatic Conditions for the United States, Canada, and Mexico 1563

Appendix C Solar and Daylighting Design Data 1589

Appendix D Solar Geometry 1635

Appendix E Thermal Properties of Materials and Assemblies 1649

Appendix F Ventilation and Infiltration 1695

Appendix G Heating and Cooling Design Guidelines and Information 1703

Appendix H Standards/Guidelines for Energy–and Resource–Efficient Building Design 1727

Appendix I Annual Solar Performance 1733

Appendix J Economic Analysis 1765

Appendix K Sound Transmission Data 1771

Appendix L Design Analysis Software 1791

Index 1795

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WALTER T. GRONDZIK, PE, LEED AP BD+C, is an architectural engineer and Professor of Architecture at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Grondzik is a Fellow of ASHRAE, a Fellow of the American Solar Energy Society, and a past president of the Society of Building Science Educators and of the Architectural Research Centers Consortium. His research includes building commissioning, sustainability and high–performance building initiatives, and all areas of environmental control systems and their effects on buildings and occupants.

ALISON G. KWOK, PHD, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is an architect and Professor of Architecture at the University of Oregon, Eugene, teaching design studios, seminars in building performance, and environmental technology. Kwok is a Fellow of the American Solar Energy Society and a Certified Passive House Consultant. Her research includes identifying adaptive and mitigation strategies for climate change, thermal comfort, and building performance case studies.

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