5 edition of Reference Guide for Dynamic Models of HVAC Equipment found in the catalog.
Reference Guide for Dynamic Models of HVAC Equipment
by American Society of Heating, Refrigerating &
Written in English
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Responsibility: Jean-Pascal Bourdouxhe, Marc Grodent, Jean. Reference Guide for Dynamic Models of HVAC Equipment This publication identifies and describes the available dynamic models for HVAC related equipment.
Over references were analyzed in this guide to cover: duct and pipe models, heat and mass exchanger models, air flow dynamics models, boiler and furnace models, heat pump and chiller. Dynamic HVAC equipment models are useful in energy management for studying optimal control strategies.
These models may be used to minimize cyclic losses, to fix start/stop times and to get better control of electricity peak power requirements.English, Book, Illustrated edition: Reference guide for dynamic models of HVAC equipment / Jean-Pascal Bourdouxhe, Marc Grodent, Jean Lebrun.
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