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Design Procedures: Part 1Design Procedures: Part 1Load CalculationsIntroductionAll solutions to engineering problems begin with the calculation or estimation of the duty that must be met in order to quantify the problem. The purpose of heating and cooling load calculations, then, is to quantify those loads in the spaces to be conditioned. Rough estimates of loads may be made during the concept design stage. During design development and final design it is essential to make orderly, detailed, and well documented calculations. These provide the …
Roger W. Haines; Michael E. Myers: HVAC Systems Design Handbook, Fifth Edition. Design Procedures: Part 1, Chapter
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