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Post date: 15 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Content Scope Introduction Air transport through ductwork Ventilation principles Thermal forces and wind forces Ducts and ductwork components Duct form System lay out and Sizing methods Duct insulation Fire safety Acoustics Air filters Duct hygiene and cleaning Duct tightness Duct construction materials Strength Hangers and supports Fundamentals of duct flow aerodynamics Flow rate balancing and control References
Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication

A large number of modern European buildings are equipped with ducted air distribution systems. Because they represent a key parameter for achieving a good indoor climate, increased attention has been given to their performance during the past fifty years. One aspect that is particularly developed in this handbook concerns the airtightness of the ductwork, which has been identified as a major source of inadequate functioning and energy wastage of HVAC systems.
Post date: 13 Apr 2010
Type: Publication