Faber & Kell's Heating & Air-conditioning of Buildings
Routledge – 2014 – 804 pages
For over 70 years, Faber & Kell's has been the definitive reference text in its field. The book provides understanding of the principles of heating and air-conditioning of buildings in a concise manner. Practical, applicable information is illustrated with simple, easy-to-use diagrams.
This substantially revised new-look 11th edition includes chapters on sustainability, renewable energy sources as well as information on the updated Approved Documents Part F and L. It now covers topics such as BIM,
Building services professionals will find this a reliable everyday source of information. The book is also an ideal purchase for newly-qualified building services students beginning their career.
* THE book for building services engineers for everyday reference on heating and air-conditioning design
* Includes updates to take into account revised Part F and L, sustainability and renewable energy sources, and all new relevant regulations and codes of practice
* Recommended purchase for newly-qualified students in the building services sector
1. Fundamentals 2. Sustainability 3. New Legislation 4. The Building in Winter 5. The Building in Summer 6. Building Energy and Environmental Modelling 7. Heating Methods 8. Electrical Storage Heating 9. Indirect Heating Systems 10. Heat Emitting Equipment 11. Pumps and Auxiliary Equipment 12. Piping Design for Indirect Heating and Cooling Systems 13. Boilers and Burners 14. Renewable Technologies 15. Combined Heat and Power 16. Fuels, Storage and Handling 17. Combustion, Emissions and Chimneys 18. Ventilation 19. Air-Conditioning 20. Air Distribution 21. Ductwork Design 22. Fans and Air Treatment Equipment 23. Calculations for Air Conditioning Design 24. Refrigeration and Heat Rejection 25. Hot Water Supply Systems 26. Noise Control 27. Motor Drives, Starting Methods and Control 28. Control and Building Management Systems 29. Commissioning and Handover 30. Safety in Design 31. The Building in Operation Appendices
Doug Oughton, Consultant, AECOM
Ant Wilson, Director of Sustainability and Building Engineering, AECOM