About the Book
Appropriate for an undergraduate course in Mechanical Design offered by Architecture and Construction programs. Judicious, clear, and succinct, this text explains and details building heating and cooling requirements and ensuing utility costs, and proposes design opportunities and equipment choices that can produce comfortable, energy-efficient buildings. Part of a three-volume series covering environmental systems design.
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