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  1. Building Services Handbook

    7th Edition

    By Roger Greeno, Fred Hall, Fred Hall, Roger Greeno

    This seventh edition of Hall and Greeno's leading textbook has been reviewed and updated in relation to the latest building and water regulations, new technology, and new legislation, and even more design calculations have been added. In addition, topics such as: alternative sources of...

    Published April 16th 2013 by Routledge

  2. An Introduction to Electrical Science

    By Adrian Waygood

    An Introduction to Electrical Science walks readers through the subject in a logical order, providing a historical overview alongside modern electrical theory and practice. Perfect for electrical trainees both during their training and once qualified. You will be guided through the subject in a...

    Published April 4th 2013 by Routledge

  3. Building Services Design for Energy Efficient Buildings

    By Paul Tymkow, Savvas Tassou, Maria Kolokotroni, Hussam Jouhara

    The role and influence of building services engineers is undergoing rapid change and is pivotal to achieving low-carbon buildings. However, textbooks in the field have largely focused on the detailed technicalities of HVAC systems, often with little wider context. This book addresses that need by...

    Published April 2nd 2013 by Routledge

  4. Building Services Engineering

    6th Edition

    By David V. Chadderton

    Engineering services within buildings account for ongoing energy use, greenhouse gas contribution and life safety provisions. This fully updated sixth edition of David Chadderton's leading textbook is the perfect preparation for those intending to enter this...

    Published November 16th 2012 by Routledge

  5. Low Flow Water Fittings: Will People Accept Them?

    By Josephine Prior, John Griggs, Mindy Hadi, Steven Brown

    With the challenges of global warming, climate change and population growth, and increasing concern in the UK that the demand for wholesome water will soon begin to exceed supply, a study was conducted to survey the acceptability of introducing low flow water fittings to domestic buildings. The...

    Published November 5th 2012 by IHS BRE Press

  6. Guide To Natural Ventilation in High Rise Office Buildings

    Edited by Antony Wood, Ruba Salib

    Tall buildings are not the only solution for achieving sustainability through increased density in cities but, given the scale of current population shifts, the vertical city is increasingly being seen as the most viable solution for many urban centers. However, the full implications of...

    Published September 5th 2012 by Routledge

  7. Adaptive Thermal Comfort: Principles and Practice

    By Fergus Nicol, Michael Humphreys, Susan Roaf

    The fundamental function of buildings is to provide safe and healthy shelter. For the fortunate they also provide comfort and delight. In the twentieth century comfort became a 'product' produced by machines and run on cheap energy. In a world where fossil fuels are becoming ever scarcer and more...

    Published March 16th 2012 by Routledge

  8. Unhealthy Housing

    Research, remedies and reform

    By R. Burridge, D. Ormandy

    Unhealthy Housing presents an analysis of the research into the health implications of housing and the significance for legal regulation of housing conditions. Key experts present short papers, together with an overview to give an evaluation of the significance of housing on the health of occupiers....

    Published November 18th 2011 by Taylor & Francis

  9. Elevator Traffic Handbook

    Theory and Practice

    By Gina Carol Barney

    Vertical transportation systems (elevators, lifts, escalators and passenger conveyors) are used in almost all buildings of more than a few stories high. Traffic design and control, namely the movement of people by natural and mechanical means, need to be planned carefully as the costs of under- or...

    Published November 16th 2011 by Routledge

  10. A Guide to Energy Management in Buildings

    By Douglas Harris

    Inefficient energy use in buildings is both increasingly expensive and unsustainable. Indeed, the reduction of the energy consumption of existing buildings is as least as important as the design of new low-energy buildings. Controlling energy use is one thing, but it is important to assess or...

    Published October 17th 2011 by Routledge