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Control Systems for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning

  • Roger W. Haines
  • Douglas C. Hittle

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 1-12
  3. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 13-41
  4. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 42-67
  5. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 68-74
  6. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 75-92
  7. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 93-134
  8. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 135-199
  9. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 200-220
  10. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 221-230
  11. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 231-241
  12. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 242-254
  13. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 255-264
  14. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 265-279
  15. Roger W. Haines, Douglas C. Hittle
    Pages 280-288
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 289-307

About this book

Introduction

In the First Edition of this classic text, Roger Haines devised a simple building-block method which enabled students to quickly learn about the operating principles and applications of all the basic devices and subsystems used in HVAC control. The new Fifth Edition, completely revised by Douglas Hittle, takes into account the many technological changes that have arisen since then. Crystal-clear guidelines on combining control devices, circuits, computers, and HVAC equipment into efficient control systems that are accurate and energy-efficient are presented along with hundreds of charts and illustrations which provide data critical to the understanding and design of modern HVAC systems. These include: psychrometric charts and tables relating to optimal levels of temperature and humidity at specific altitudes: block/flow diagrams which show control component function; circuit diagrams of important electrical control system components; schematic diagrams showing the configuration of various control systems.

Keywords

HVAC Ventilator air conditioning computer control control system design environment flow fluid metrics symbols tables temperature units

Editors and affiliations

  • Roger W. Haines
    • 1
  • Douglas C. Hittle
    • 1
  1. 1.Solar Energy Applications LaboratoryColorado State UniversityFt. CollinsUSA

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