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The most widely-used text on the design of environmental control systems in buildings for students and practicing professionals, Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings has for generations prepared students of architecture, architectural engineering, and construction management what they need to know about mechanical and electrical equipment. With over 2,200 drawings and photographs, the Eleventh Edition covers basic theory, preliminary building design guidelines, and detailed design procedure for buildings of all sizes, and also provides information on the latest technologies, emerging design trends, and updated codes.
Walter T. Grondzik, PE, LEED AP, is 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 the Architectural Research Centers Consortium. He holds an MS in mechanical engineering (building environmental systems) and a bachelor of architectural engineering.
Alison G. Kwok, PhD, AIA, LEED AP, is Professor of Architecture at the University of Oregon, Eugene, teaches design studios, seminars in building performance, as well as courses in environmental technology. Kwok has served as a board member for the Arch-itectural Research Centers Consortium and is a past president of the Society of Building Science Educators, a member of several ASHRAE committees, and a member of the USGBC's Formal Education Committee.
Benjamin Stein is a consulting engineer with more than fifty years of experience in all phases of environmental control system design. He currently resides in Jerusalem, Israel.
John S. Reynolds, AIA, is Professor Emeri-tus of Architecture at the University of Oregon, Eugene, and is a registered architect in private practice.
Table of Contents
PART I DESIGN CONTEXT.
Chapter 1 Design Process.
Chapter 2 Environmental Resources.
Chapter 3 Sites and Resources.
Chapter 4 Comfort and Design Strategies.
Chapter 5 Indoor Air Quality.
PART II THERMAL CONTROL.
Chapter 6 Solar Geometry and Shading Devices.
Chapter 7 Heat Flow.
Chapter 8 Designing For Heating and Cooling.
Chapter 9 HVAC for Smaller Buildings.
Chapter 10 Large Building HVAC Systems.
PART III ILLUMINATION.
Chapter 11 Lighting Fundamentals.
Chapter 12 Light Sources.
Chapter 13 Lighting Design Process.
Chapter 14 Daylighting Design.
Chapter 15 Electric Lighting Design.
Chapter 16 Electric Lighting Applications.
PART IV ACOUSTICS.
Chapter 17 Fundamentals of Architectural Acoustics.
Chapter 18 Sound in Enclosed Spaces.
Chapter 19 Building Noise Control.
PART V WATER AND WASTE.
Chapter 20 Water and Basic Design.
Chapter 21 Water Supply.
Chapter 22 Liquid Waste.
Chapter 23 Solid Waste.
PART VI FIRE PROTECTION.
Chapter 24 Fire Protection.
PART VII ELECTRICITY.
Chapter 25 Principles of Electricity.
Chapter 26 Electrical Systems and Materials. Service and Utilization.
Chapter 27 Electrical Systems and Materials. Wiring and Raceways.