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Equipment: Part 3Equipment: Part 3Air Handling SystemsIntroductionBy definition air conditioning involves the control of air temperature, humidity, cleanliness, and distribution. It follows that an air handling unit (AHU) of some kind is an essential part of an air conditioning system—though not necessarily of a heating-only system.The function of the AHU is to provide air at a quantity, temperature, and humidity to offset the sensible and latent heat gains to the space in the cooling mod…
Roger W. Haines; Michael E. Myers: HVAC Systems Design Handbook, Fifth Edition. Equipment: Part 3, Chapter
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