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Services and equipment in complex modern buildings account for over one third of the total cost Therefore study of services and equipment is essential for technicians in construction, surveying and architecture.Building Services and Equipment Volume 1 is the first book in a widely acclaimed trilogy that has become established as the leading work in this field This volume deals with the topics of fuel conservation and thermal comfort by use of integrated heating, ventilating, air conditioning and lighting systems, district heating, thermal insulation, heat pumps and thermostatic controls....

Title : Building Services and Equipment: Volume 1
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ISBN : 0582236525
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Routledge 3rd edition April 7, 1994
Number of Pages : 168 pages
File Size : 961 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Building Services and Equipment: Volume 1 Reviews

    2019-02-01 08:48

    Building Services and Equipment is a 3 volume work which covers the whole gamut of building services engineering and its associated equipment. The books cover the whole range of required services from carpark drainage to elevator systems and every other conceivable aspect of building services. It is rich in easy to understand text and supplemented with clear and highly detailed visual depictions in every chapter. Its most striking inclusion is the prescence of specific caculations and examples of engineering calculations in a working situation and format rather than an abstract academic format. The books are of extremme benefit to both professional engineers wishing to review building service methods and calculations outside of their specialization, and for students alike, to assist them in seeing engineering theory applied in the real world of construction. Without doubt, in my mind, perhaps the most informative reference of building services available (which does not specialize in one specific area). No engineer should be without this publication.