ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals 2009

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  1. msonic

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    ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals 2009

    The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has four handbooks: Fundamentals, Refrigeration, HVAC Systems & Equipment, and HVAC Applications. One handbook is published each year, replacing the oldest handbook edition (i.e. 2009 replaces 2005 this year).

    This is ASHRAE's 2009 handbook (Fundamentals). The print versions of these handbooks are available in either IP or SI units. The last couple years a CD had been included when you buy the print version, which includes both IP and SI units, and everything covered in the print version, in searchable pdfs. This is an ISO image of that CD.

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    Table of Contents:

    PRINCIPLES
    1. Psychrometrics
    2. Thermodynamics and Refrigeration Cycles
    3. Fluid Flow
    4. Heat Transfer
    5. Two-Phase Flow
    6. Mass Transfer
    7. Fundamentals of Control
    8. Sound and Vibration

    INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    9. Thermal Comfort
    10. Indoor Environmental Health
    11. Air Contaminants
    12. Odors
    13. Indoor Environmental Modeling

    LOAD AND ENERGY CALCULATIONS
    14. Climatic Design Information
    15. Fenestration
    16. Ventilation and Infiltration
    17. Residential Cooling and Heating Load Calculations
    18. Nonresidential Cooling and Heating Load Calculations
    19. Energy Estimating and Modeling Methods

    HVAC DESIGN
    20. Space Air Diffusion
    21. Duct Design
    22. Pipe Sizing
    23. Insulation for Mechanical Systems
    24. Airflow Around Buildings

    BUILDING ENVELOPE
    25. Heat, Air, and Moisture Control in Building Assemblies—Fundamentals
    26. Heat, Air, and Moisture Control in Building Assemblies—Material Properties
    27. Heat, Air, and Moisture Control in Insulated Assemblies—Examples

    MATERIALS
    28. Combustion and Fuels
    29. Refrigerants
    30. Thermophysical Properties of Refrigerants
    31. Physical Properties of Secondary Coolants (Brines)
    32. Sorbents and Desiccants
    33. Physical Properties of Materials

    GENERAL
    34. Energy Resources
    35. Sustainability
    36. Measurement and Instruments
    37. Abbreviations and Symbols
    38. Units and Conversions
    39. Codes and Standards


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  2. msonic

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    resubido a hotfile!!
     

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