Buku HVAC Design Sourcebook by W. Larsen Angel

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Author:W. Larsen Angel

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Publisher: McGraw-Hill

Published: 2012-06-28T16:00:00+00:00

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Endnotes

1. HVAC air systems may also provide humidification and dehumidification for the spaces they serve.

2. HVAC air systems that serve laboratories or other spaces with high exhaust airflows may have a significantly higher percentage of outdoor air.

 

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HVAC Design Sourcebook by W. Larsen Angel

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Author:W. Larsen Angel

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

Published: 2012-06-28T16:00:00+00:00
Endnotes

1. HVAC air systems may also provide humidification and dehumidification for the spaces they serve.

2. HVAC air systems that serve laboratories or other spaces with high exhaust airflows may have a significantly higher percentage of outdoor air.

3. In an indirect gas-fired heater, fuel is burned within a combustion chamber that is separate from the conditioned airstream, and the products of combustion are vented to the outdoors. In a direct gas-fired heater, the fuel is burned directly within the conditioned airstream; thus the products of combustion are entrained within the conditioned air and are delivered to the spaces served.

4. Depending upon the project, these spaces may require cooling as well as heating and ventilation.

5. The primary air duct is the portion of the supply air duct system between the VAV air handling unit and the VAV terminal units.

6. VAV terminal units without a fan are called single-duct VAV terminal units. Those that contain a fan are called fan-powered VAV terminal units.

7. Other methods of modulating fan airflow are available, such as the use of inlet guide vanes or discharge dampers. However, these methods are less energy efficient than the use of VFDs. Furthermore, recent improvements in VFD technology and reduced cost have made VFDs the first choice for modulating fan airflow for VAV systems.

8. DX refrigerant cooling coils are not as “forgiving” as chilled water coils. Without adequate unloading capabilities in the refrigeration system, the saturated suction pressure of the refrigerant will drop at low-load conditions, which could cause a decrease in the cooling coil temperature below the freezing point of water. If this occurs, any moisture on the cooling coil will freeze, leading to further freezing of the moisture contained within the air flowing through the coil. This could eventually lead to a complete freeze-up of the coil and blockage of airflow through the coil.

9. The purpose of the minimum position for the primary air damper in a VAV terminal unit is to provide minimum ventilation airflow to the zone. A minimum primary air damper position is necessary only for zones that have a heating load. For zones with a heating load, there could be times when the (external) heat losses from the zone equal the (internal) heat gains to the zone, producing a net zone cooling load of zero. With no zone cooling load, the primary air damper in the VAV terminal unit would close completely (even though the zone could be occupied and require ventilation) were it not for the minimum primary air damper position. A heating coil in the VAV terminal unit is required in this case to prevent the possibility of overcooling the zone when the primary air damper is at its minimum position.

10. The primary air damper in VAV terminal units serving zones that do not have any heating load (purely interior spaces) can have a minimum position that is fully closed because if there is no zone cooling load, the zone would have to be unoccupied. That is, there would be no internal heat gains from lights, equipment, or people.

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