Technical handbook 3rd Edition for MEP design by mokara Airah Handbook. 1. AIRAH handbook – edition four; 2. AIRAH handbook – edition four Updates include Air. AIRAH Technical Handbook. Front Cover. Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating, Phil Wikinson. Australian Institute of Refrigeration.
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DA03 features detailed guidelines for designing air conditioning ductwork systems. This manual includes the following 13 sections: Fundamentals and terminology, 4.
Procedure for designing ductwork systems, 5. Duct layout and sizing, 6. Duct fitting pressure loss data, 7. The fan duty and system effect, 8. Duct heat and leakage losses or gains, 9.
Noise in the ductwork system – general considerations, Acoustically analysing a duct network, Self generated noise in ducts, duct fittings and outlet and grilles, Noise attenuation in ducts and duct fittings and Estimating the cost of a ductwork system. DA01 Centrifugal Pumps DA01 is a guideline for the selection and application of centrifugal pumps used in the building services industry for pumping water and other fluids.
Handnook manual includes the following sections: Scope gandbook introduction, 2. Centrifugal pumps, an overview, 3. Centrifugal pumps and energy use, 4. Pump and system design, 6. Installation and commissioning, and It also describes design methods for analysing sound transmission from noise sources, both inside and outside buildings in order to estimate interior and exterior noise levels. The first part – Fundamentals, noise ratings and criteria includes the following five sections: Fundamentals, terminology and definitions, 3.
Noise rating methods, 4. Design criteria and 5. Glossary of symbols and abbreviations. The second part – Sound transmission in and outside buildings is comprised of five sections as follows: Sound transmission within and into buildings, 4.
Speech transmission and 5. Sound transmission outside buildings. This two part manual is particularly valuable for building services engineers. This manual is a must for newcomers to the industry and is comprised of the following five sections: Components of refrigeration and air conditioning systems, 3.
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Commercial and industrial air conditioning systems, 4. Air conditioning systems and 5. It includes monthly ambient dry and wet bulb design conditions for over locations in Australia and various locations in New Guinea, New Zealand and South East Asia. This manual contains the following nine sections: Survey and load estimate, 2.
Solar heat gain-glass, 5. Heat and moisture flow, 6. Infiltration and ventilation, 7. Internal and system heat gain, 8. Applied psychrometrics and 9. Nomenclature and SI symbols, prefixes and derived units. This manual aira precisely how to design and install efficient reticulation systems to maximise steam heat energy and minimise waste.
The following five sections are included: Condensate recovery and 5. This manual includes the following 11 sections: Fan types and their characteristics, 3.
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Pressure and its measurement, 4. Fan and systems resistance laws, 6. Series and parallel operation, 8.
Noise from fan systems, 9. Essentials of a fan enquiry, Fan and system interaction, and Effects of fan accessories. This manual includes the following six sections: Theory of filtration, 3.
Types of air filters and 6. Filter selection and installation, including application guidelines for the full range of buildings in which filters airay used. The page manual includes the following nine sections: Calculation of pressure loss, 4.
Control valve selection, 5. Heat gains and losses, 6. Pipe expansion and pipe stress analysis and 9.
Estimating the cost of a piping system. It also includes data for steel, copper, plastic piping and numerous charts and tables. The scope of this application manual includes the manufacture, design, installation, maintenance and management of cooling towers and their associated systems. This manual contains detailed advice and information on open and closed circuit, direct and indirect cooling towers.
DA17 includes the following seven sections: Tower design and manufacture, 3. System design and control, 4. Tower location and installation, 5. System operation and 7. It also includes appendices and a notes section. Describes proven techniques which can reasonably be expected to be applied in water treatment system design, installation maintenance and monitoring. This manual includes the following 22 sections: Parameters affecting water quality, 4.
Scale control principles, 5. Principles of corrosion prevention, 6. Inhibitors for corrosion control, 7. Cooling towers and microorganisms, 9. Microbial control principles, Water treatment for open recirculating systems, System management specifically for Legionella control, Water treatment for closed recirculating systems, Potable water treatment, Safety in handling chemicals, Specifying water treatment and Regulatory approaches to prevention of Legionellosis.
Contract documentation covers the basic documentation required in maintenance including computer programs and their application.
The maintenance discussed in this manual can be applied to achieve a variety of objectives including: This manual includes the following seven sections: Hsndbook in design, installation and handover, 4. Maintenance for sustainability and 7. The manual covers natural, mechanical and hybrid comfort cooling systems, as well as building design and moisture-management strategies.
Air conditioning receives particular and detailed attention, with comprehensive information on equipment selection and application, system design strategies, system controls, and detailed design notes, particularly in respect hamdbook moisture management.
The DA20 application manual provides a holistic overview of the topic, ranging from the underlying engineering theory, to the design and installation stage, continuing right through to commissioning, operation and maintenance. DA20 includes the following six sections: