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Boiler furnace heat oil gas coal hvac 19BOOK cd library

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1. " Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Dehumidifying Systems" 227 pages
2. " Solar Heating of Buildings and Domestic Hot Water" 160 pages
3. " Central Heating Plants" 223 pages
4. "Maintenance and Operations of Central Heating Plants" 379 pages
5 "Maintenance of Steam and Hot Water Distribution Systems" 221 pages
7. "Inspection and Certifications of Boilers and Unfired Pressure Vessels" 92 pages
8. " Central Heating and Steam Electric Generating Plants Course Volume 2" 223 pages
9. "Central Heating and Steam Electric Generating Plants Volume 3" 308 pages
10. "Central Heating and Steam Electric Generating Plants Volume 5" 436 pages
11. "Cooling Buildings by Natural Ventilation" 176 pages
12. "Industrial Ventilation Systems" 138 pages
13. "Design Procedures for Passive Solar Buildings" 194 pages
14. "Exterior Distribution of Steam, High Temperature Water, Chilled Water, Natural Gas, and Compressed Air" 100 pages
15 "Maintenance and Operation of Gas Systems" 125 pages
16 "Utilities Metering" 186 pages
17 " UTILITIESMAN BASIC COURSE, VOLUME 01" 430 pages
18 " UTILITIESMAN BASIC COURSE, VOLUME 02" 436 pages
19 " UTILITIESMAN COURSE (ADVANCED)" 406 pages
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1. "MIL-HDBK-1003/3 Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Dehumidifying Systems"
Design and construction of Naval Facilities heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and dehumidifying systems.
1.1 Scope...................................... 1
1.2 Cancellation............................... 1
1.3 Purpose.................................... 1
1.4 Policy..................................... 1
1.5 Referenced Criteria........................ 2
1.6 Safety..................................... 2
2.1 Load and Energy Calculations............... 4
2.1.1 Load Calculation Procedures................ 4
2.1.1.1 Load Calculation Form...................... 4
2.1.1.2 Design Conditions.......................... 4
2.1.1.3 Variable Air Volume (VAV) Systems.......... 4
2.1.1.4 Outdoor Air Load........................... 4
2.1.2 Energy Analysis............................ 4
2.1.2.1 Building Orientation....................... 4
2.1.2.2 Architectural Features..................... 4
2.1.2.3 Mechanical System Selection................ 5
2.1.2.4 Electrical Lighting System Selection (Daylighting) 5
2.1.2.5 Special Energy Conservation Features....... 5
2.2 Equipment Selection........................ 6
2.2.1 General.................................... 6
2.2.2 Heating Equipment.......................... 6
2.2.2.1 Boiler Sizing.............................. 6
2.2.2.2 Boiler Fuel................................ 7
2.2.2.3 Auxiliary Equipment........................ 7
2.2.2.4 Terminal Equipment......................... 7
2.2.3 Cooling Equipment.......................... 7
2.2.3.1 General......................... .......... 8
2.2.3.2 Packaged DX Equipment...................... 8
2.2.3.3 Central Chilled Water Equipment............ 8
2.2.3.4 Auxiliary Equipment - Cooling.............. 8
2.2.4 Ventilation Equipment...................... 9
2.2.4.1 General.................................... 10
2.2.4.2 Humid Climates............................. 10
2.2.4.3 Engineered Smoke Control System............ 10
2.2.5 Humidification Equipment................... 10
2.2.5.1 General.................................... 10
2.2.5.2 Steam Humidifiers.......................... 10
2.2.5.3 Atomizing Humidifiers...................... 10
2.2.6 Temperature Controls....................... 10
2.2.6.1 General.................................... 10
2.2.6.2 Direct Digital Controls (DDC).............. 11
2.2.6.3 Temperature Control Drawings and
Specifications............................. 11
2.2.6.4 Automatic Control Valves................... 11
2.2.7 Energy Monitoring and Control System (EMCS) 11
2.2.8 Instrumentation............................ 11
2.2.8.1 Indicating Instruments..................... 11
2.2.8.2 Recording Instruments...................... 11
2.2.8.3 Combination Instrument and Controls........ 13
2.2.8.4 Multi-Point Remote Indicators.............. 13
2.2.8.5 Control Board.............................. 13
2.2.8.6 Desired Instrumentation Characteristics.... 13
2.2.9 Metering................................... 14
2.2.10 Piping Systems............................. 14
2.2.10.1 Sizing..................................... 14
2.2.10.2 Pipe Expansion............................. 14
2.2.11 Duct System Design ........................ 14
2.2.11.1 HVAC Systems............................... 14
2.2.11.2 Restriction on Use of Ductwork............. 15
2.2.12 Industrial Ventilation and Exhaust Systems. 15
2.3 Noise and Vibration Control................ 16
2.4 System and Equipment Performance........... 16
2.4.1 Cooling Systems............................ 16
2.4.1.1 Central Air Conditioning Systems........... 16
2.4.1.2 Unitary Air Conditioning Systems........... 16
2.4.1.3 Room Air Conditioning Units................ 17
2.4.1.4 Built-up Systems........................... 17
2.4.2 Heating Systems............................ 17
2.4.2.1 Individual Heating Plants.................. 17
2.4.2.2 Central Heating Plants..................... 18
2.4.2.3 Snow Melting Systems....................... 18
2.4.3 All-Air Systems............................ 18
2.4.3.1 Constant-Volume Systems.................... 18
2.4.3.2 Variable Air Volume (VAV) Systems.......... 19
2.4.3.3 Economizer Cycle........................... 19
2.4.4 Duct, Pipe, and Equipment Insulation....... 19
2.4.5 Computer Programs for Load Calculation..... 19
2.5 Mechanical Room Ventilation................ 20
2.5.1 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)....20
2.6 Radon Mitigation Systems................... 21
3.1 General.................................... 23
3.2 All Building Types......................... 23
3.3 Air Force Projects......................... 23
3.4 Tropical Engineering....................... 23
3.5 Electronic Facilities...................... 23
3.6 Air Cargo Terminal......................... 29
3.7 Aircraft Line Operations Building.......... 29
3.8 Photographic Building...................... 29
3.9 Naval Air Station Control Tower............ 30
3.10 Liquid Oxygen and Nitrogen Facilities...... 30
3.11 Maintenance Facilities for Ammunition,
Explosives, and Toxics..................... 30
3.12 General Maintenance Facilities............. 30
3.13 Hospital, Dental, and Medical Facilities... 31
3.14 Family Housing............................. 31
3.15 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters................. 31
3.16 Bachelor Officer Quarters.................. 32
3.17 Industrial Ventilation..................... 32
3.18 Kitchen Ventilation........................ 32
3.18.1 Kitchen Equipment Exhaust Hoods............ 32
3.18.2 Exhaust Systems............................ 32
3.18.3 Fire Protection............................ 33
3.18.4 Calculation of Exhaust Hood Air Volume Rate 33
3.18.5 Exhaust Hood Heat Recovery................. 35
3.18.6 Air Curtains............................... 36
3.19 Laundries.................................. 36
Section 4 INFORMATION REQUIRED ON DRAWINGS
4.1 General................................... 38
4.1.1 Identification of Drawings................ 38
4.1.2 Equipment Schedules....................... 38
4.1.3 Duct Pressure Classifications............. 38
4.1.4 Riser Diagrams............................ 38
4.1.5 Controls.................................. 38
4.1.6 Maintainability........................... 39
4.1.7 Symbols and Abbreviations................. 40
4.1.7.1 General................................... 40
4.1.7.2 Specifics................................. 40
4.1.8 Building Column Lines and Room Names...... 40
5.1 General................................... 41
5.2 Heating Load.............................. 41
5.2.1 Transmission.............................. 41
5.2.2 Infiltration and Ventilation.............. 41
5.2.3 Total Heating Load........................ 42
5.3 Cooling Load.............................. 42
5.3.1 Transmission.............................. 42
5.3.1.1 Walls and Roof............................ 42
5.3.1.2 Glass..................................... 42
5.3.2 Infiltration and Ventilation.............. 43
5.3.3 Internal Loads............................ 44
5.3.3.1 People Loads.............................. 44
5.3.3.2 Lights and Equipment......................
6.1 Duct Design for HVAC Systems............... 46
6.1.1 Sizing General............................. 46
6.1.2 Equal Friction Method Sizing............... 46
6.1.3 Ductwork General........................... 46
6.1.3.1 Round Ducts................................ 46
6.1.3.2 Rectangular Ducts.......................... 46
6.1.3.3 Access Doors............................... 48
6.1.3.4 Flexible Ducts............................. 48
6.1.3.5 Rooftop Ductwork........................... 48
6.1.3.6 Glass Fiber Ductwork....................... 48
6.1.3.7 Balancing Dampers for HVAC................. 48
6.1.3.8 Fire Dampers and Smoke Dampers............. 50
6.1.3.9 Fan Systems Effect Factors................. 51
6.1.4 Ductwork Details........................... 51
6.1.4.1 Branches................................... 51
6.1.4.2 Elbows..................................... 51
6.1.4.3 Offsets and Transmissions.................. 51
6.1.5 Testing and Balancing...................... 51
6.2 Fans for HVAC Systems...................... 51
6.2.1 Fan Selection.............................. 51
6.2.1.1 Major Types of HVAC Fans................... 51
6.2.1.2 Size....................................... 51
6.2.1.3 Sound Rating............................... 52
6.2.1.4 Static Pressure Requirement................ 52
6.2.1.5 VAV Fan Selection.......................... 59
6.3 Economizer Cycle........................... 59
6.4 Terminal Equipment......................... 59
6.5 Louvers.................................... 60
6.6 Filters for VAV Systems.................... 60
6.7 Access for Inspection and Maintenance...... 61
6.8 VAV System Design.......................... 62
6.9 Ductwork Pressure-Velocity Classification.. 62
7.1 General.................................... 65
7.1.1 Piping Design Factors...................... 65
7.1.2 Pipe Friction Loss......................... 65
7.1.3 System Pressure Loss....................... 65
7.1.4 Piping Layouts............................. 65
7.1.5 Expansion.................................. 65
7.1.6 Expansion Loop............................. 66
7.1.7 Packing-Type Expansion and Ball Joints..... 66
7.1.8 Bellows Expansion Joints................... 66
7.1.9 Supports and Anchors....................... 66
7.1.10 Flexible Hose.............................. 68
7.2 Water Systems.............................. 69
7.2.1 General.................................... 69
7.2.1.1 Exterior Water Piping Design............... 69
7.2.1.2 Water Velocity............................. 69
7.2.1.3 Water Treatment............................ 69
7.2.1.4 Pipe Sizing................................ 70
7.2.1.5 Valve and Fitting Pressure Drops........... 70
7.2.1.6 Return Arrangements........................ 70
7.2.1.7 Air Vents.................................. 70
7.2.2 Hot Water Heating Systems.................. 70
7.2.2.1 Hot Water Piping........................... 70
7.2.2.2 Hot Water Coils............................ 70
7.2.2.3 Expansion Tanks and Air Separator.......... 73
7.2.2.4 Domestic Hot Water Generator............... 74
7.2.2.5 Heat Exchangers............................ 74
7.2.2.6 Pumps...................................... 79
7.2.3 Chilled Water.............................. 80
7.2.3.1 Pipe Size.................................. 80
7.2.3.2 Coils...................................... 80
7.2.3.3 Expansion Tanks............................ 80
7.2.3.4 Pumps...................................... 80
7.3 Steam...................................... 81
7.3.1 General.................................... 81
7.3.2 Low Pressure Steam Systems................. 81
7.3.2.1 Pipe Sizing................................ 81
7.3.3 High Pressure Steam Systems................ 81
7.3.3.1 Pipe Sizing................................ 81
7.3.3.2 Boiler..................................... 89
7.3.3.3 Heat Exchanger............................. 89
7.3.3.4 Steam Pressure Regulating Valves........... 89
7.3.3.5 Condensate Pumps and Flash Tank.............92
7.3.3.6 Steam Coils - General...................... 92
7.3.3.7 Steam Traps................................ 92
7.3.4 Boilers.................................... 92
7.3.5 Freezing of Steam Coils - General.......... 97
7.3.5.1 Freezing Due to Air Stratification......... 97
7.3.5.2 Freezing Due to Build-up of Condensate in
the Coil................................... 98
7.3.6 Refrigerant Piping.........................101
7.3.6.1 General....................................101
7.3.6.2 Sizing.....................................101
7.3.6.3 Arrangement................................101
Section 8 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION
8.1 General Requirements.......................104
8.1.1 Choice of Controls.........................104
8.1.1.1 A Guide to Choose Control Systems..........104
8.1.1.2 Factors to Select Control Systems..........104
8.1.2 Designing DDC Systems......................105
8.2 Standard Sequences of Operations...........107
8.2.1 General Requirements.......................107
8.2.2 Operation of HVAC System...................107
8.2.3 Operation of Outside Air, Return Air, and
Exhaust (Relief) Air Dampers...............107
8.2.4 Operation of Filtration System.............107
8.2.5 Operation of Freeze Protection.............108
8.2.6 Operation of Smoke Detectors...............108
8.2.7 Operation of Chilled Water Coil Discharg8
Control....................................108
8.2.8 Operation of Preheat Coil Control..........108
8.2.9 Operation of Heating Coil Control..........108
8.2.10 Operation of Space Control (Single Zone
Unit)......................................108
8.2.11 Operation of Space Control (Multizone
Unit)......................................109
8.2.12 Operation of Space Control (VAV Terminal
Unit - Pressure Dependent).................109
8.2.13 Operation of Supply Duct Pressure Control..109
8.3 Single Zone Unit Sequence of Operation.....109
8.4 Multizone Unit Sequence of Operation.......110
8.5 Variable Air Volume (VAV) Unit Sequence of
Operation..................................119
8.6 Commissioning Procedures...................124
8.6.1 Functional Performance Test................124
8.6.2 Preparation for Acceptance Testing.........125
8.6.3 System Static Checkout.....................125
8.6.3.1 Observation................................125
8.6.3.2 Calibration................................125
8.6.3.3 Operation..................................126
8.6.4 System Dynamic Checkout....................126
8.6.4.1 Controller Manual-Tuning Procedure.........126
8.6.5 Procedures for Single Zone Control System..128
8.6.6 Procedures for Multizone Control System....130
8.6.7 Variable Air Volume (VAV) Control System...132
9.1 General....................................135
9.2 Specific Considerations....................135
9.2.1 Noise......................................135
9.2.2 Access for Operations and Maintenance......135
9.2.3 Blocked Access.............................136
9.2.4 Emission of Odors..........................136
9.2.5 Cooling Tower Vibration....................136
Section 10 FUNDAMENTAL DRAWING DETAILS
10.1 General....................................137
10.2 Specifics..................................137
10.2.1 System Diagrams and Schematics.............137
10.2.2 Equipment Schedules........................137
10.2.3 Riser Diagrams.............................137
10.2.4 Duct Pressure Classifications..............137
10.2.5 Symbols and Abbreviations..................137Section 11 RULES OF THUMB GUIDANCE
11.1 General....................................144
11.2 Air Conditioning Capacity..................144
11.3 Heating Capacity...........................144
11.4 Moisture Loads.............................144
11.5 Chilled Water Circulation..................144
11.6 Hot Water..................................144
11.7 Condenser Water............................144
11.8 Steam......................................144
11.9 Condensate.................................144
Section 12 FIRE PROTECTION AND SMOKE CONTROL
12.1 General....................................146
12.2 System Design..............................146
12.3 Engineered Smoke Control System............147
APPENDIX A Energy Conservation Methods................148
APPENDIX B Engineered Smoke Control Systems...........172
APPENDIX C Design Do's and Don'ts VAV Systems.........173
APPENDIX D Variable Speed Drives (VFD’s)..............186
Figure 1 Floor Penetration for Sub-Slab
Depressurization System.................... 22
2 Duct Sizing................................ 47
3 Damper Installation........................ 49
4 Fan System Effect Factors.................. 53
5 Duct Branches.............................. 54
6 Duct Branches.............................. 55
7 Duct Elbows................................ 56
8 Duct Offsets and Transitions............... 57
9 Hooked Louver Blade........................ 62
10 Duct Pressure Class Designation............ 64
11 Friction Loss for Water in Commercial
Steel Pipe (Schedule 40)................... 71
12 Friction Loss for Water in Copper Tubing
(Types K, L, M)............................ 71
13 Friction Loss for Water in Plastic Pipe
(Schedule 80).............................. 72
14 Closed Expansion Tank....................... 75
15 Diaphragm Expansion Tank.................... 76
16 Connections to Converter for Hot Water
Heating System.............................. 77
17 Domestic Hot Water Generator and Heating
Hot Water Boiler Piping Connection.......... 78
18 Chart for Flow Rate and Velocity of Steam
in Schedule 40 Pipe Based on Saturation
Pressure of 30 psig......................... 85
19 Chart for Flow Rate and Velocity of Steam
in Schedule 40 Pipe Based on Saturation
Pressure of 50 psig......................... 86
20 Chart for Flow Rate and Velocity of Steam
in Schedule 40 Pipe Based on Saturation
Pressure of 100 psig........................ 87
21 Chart for Flow Rate and Velocity of Steam
in Schedule 40 Pipe Based on Saturation
Pressure of 150 psig........................ 88
22 PRV-Low Pressure........................... 90
23 Two Stage PRV............................... 91
24 Flash Tank and Duplex Condensate Pump Unit.. 93
25 Steam Coils................................. 94
26 Steam Tempering Coils....................... 95
27 Low Pressure Drip........................... 96
28 Boiler Connections.......................... 97
29 Air Stratification to Coil During Freeze-up
Conditions.................................. 99
30 Nonfreeze Coil Piping.......................100
31 Refrigerant Coil............................102
32 Compressor Piping...........................103
33 Control System Schematic for Single Zone
HVAC System XX..............................111
34 Control System Schematic for Multizone HVAC
System XX...................................115
35 Control System Schematic for VAV HVAC
System XX...................................121
36 Schematic Hot Water and Chilled Water
Balancing Diagram..........................138
37 Schematic Airflow Balancing Diagram.........139
38 Hot Water Riser Diagram.....................141
39 Notes on Drawing Riser Diagram..............142
40 Designating Duct Pressure Classes...........143
A1 Occupied/Unoccupied Hot Water Reset
Schedule....................................149
A2 Thermostat Setpoints Diagram................151
A3 Exhaust Air Heat Recovery With Rotary Air
Wheel.......................................154
A4 Exhaust Air Heat Recovery With Counterflow
Pattern Static Heat Exchanger...............155
A5 Exhaust Air Heat Recovery with Crossflow
Pattern Static Heat Exchanger...............156
A6 Exhaust Air Heat Recovery Method With Heat
Pipe........................................157
A7 Exhaust Air Heat Recovery Method With
Runaround (Closed Loop) System..............158
A8 Exhaust Air Heat Recovery Method With
Runaround (Open Loop) System................160
A9 Heat of Light Recovery Method With Light
Troffer.....................................162
A10 Heat of Light Recovery Method With Induced
Air.........................................163
A11 Refrigeration Method Heat Recovery With
Conventional Refrigeration Machine Using
Hot Water Coil..............................165
A12 Refrigeration Method Heat Recovery With
Conventional Refrigeration Machine Using
Refrigerant Coil............................166
A13 Refrigeration Method Heat Recovery With
Internal Source Heat Pump...................167
A14 Refrigeration Method Heat Recovery With
Single Bundle Condenser Water Circuit
Method and Open Cooling Tower...............168
A15 Refrigeration Method Heat Recovery With
Double Bundle Condenser Water Circuit
Method......................................169
Table 1 Recommended Air Conditioning Systems for
Various Buildings........................... 3
2 Typical Instrument Applications............. 12
3 Applicable Criteria by Building Type........ 24
4 Thermal Currents Charts..................... 34
5 Safety Factor Chart......................... 35
6 Duty Group Chart............................ 35
7 Major Types of HVAC Fans.................... 58
8 Piping Materials............................ 67
9 Water Velocities............................ 69
10 Flow Rate in lb/h of Steam Schedule 40 Pipe. 82
11 Return Main and Riser Capacities for
Low-Pressure System, lb/h................... 83
12 Comparative Capacity of Steam Lines at
Various Pitches for Steam and Condensate
Flowing in Opposite Directions.............. 83
13 Steam Pipe Capacities for Low-Pressure
Systems..................................... 84
14 Common Types of Steam Traps................. 96
15 Equipment for Single Zone HVAC Control
System XX...................................113
16 Equipment for Multizone HVAC Control System
XX..........................................116
17 Equipment for VAV HVAC Control System XX....123
18 Typical Utility Fan Schedule................140
19 Sound Data Schedule.........................140
20 Cooling Coil Schedule.......................140
21 Air Conditioning Load Estimating Factors....145
22 Typical Load Breakdown of Dehumidified
Warehouse...................................145
REFERENCES ..............................................205
GLOSSARY ..............................................210
2. "E1003/13A, Solar Heating of Buildings and Domestic Hot Water"
Scope. This handbook presents design criteria and cost analysis methods for the sizing and justification of solar heat collectors for potable water and space heaters. Sufficient information is presented to enable engineers to design solar space conditioning and water heating systems or conduct feasibility studies based on solar collector performance, site location, and economics. Both retrofit and new installations are considered.
3. "M1003/6, Central Heating Plants"
This handbook contains data and information as criteriathat shall govern the design of steam and high temperature water (HTW) centraland individual heating plants. The primary purpose of these plants is to
4. "M1125/1, Maintenance and Operations of Central Heating Plants"
The purpose of this handbook is to provide information and guidance on installation, operation, and
maintenance of U.S. Navy central boiler plant equipment. The primary purpose of a central boiler plant is to economically produce energy for distribution. This energy may be in the form of steam, hot water, or occasionally, compressed air or electric power. A distribution system is necessary to carry this energy to buildings, hospitals, kitchens, and laundries where it is used for heating, cooling, process, sterilization, and production of domestic hot water. Condensate or hot water is returned to the central boiler plant where it is reheated in a boiler and returned to the distribution system to be recycled.
The primary purpose of this manual is to inform and guide the plant staff in operation and
maintenance of the overall plant and associated equipment; ranging from small sensitive instruments to rugged pumps and boilers. This manual meets the needs of both plant operators and maintenance staff by providing a better understanding of the inner workings and purpose of every piece of equipment.
5. "MO-209, Maintenance of Steam and Hot Water Distribution Systems"
This manual is directed to operators and supervisors who actually perform and supervise operations and maintenance work. The manual is divided into eight chapters with chapter one covering definitions and responsibilities. Chapter two deals with basic inspection, testing, and reporting procedures. Chapter three covers steam distribution systems, while chapter four covers high temperature water distribution systems.
Chapter five deals with compressed air distribution systems. Chapters six and seven cover instruments and controls and piping and associated equipment, respectively. Chapter eight covers steam traps. In general, this manual provides guidelines for maintenance and operation of steam, hot water and compressed air
6. "E1003/12, Boiler Controls"
Basic design and instrument selection guidance is presented on thermal heating plant instrumentation for use by architects and engineers. Criteria, design and instrument selection requirements are given for the
boiler, fuel train and auxiliary equipment.
This military handbook gives criteria for the design of boiler plant instrumentation. Instrumentation is a very fast changing field. The options available in choosing and designing plant instrumentation are numerous. Also a boiler plant includes a large number of instrument items, all of which have to be specified in the procurement of a boiler plant. This handbook does not attempt to cover all details. Rather its purpose is to present general guidelines for selecting and designing instrumentation for boiler plants.
7. "MO1152, Inspection and Certifications of Boilers and Unfired Pressure Vessels"
This handbook provides policy and guidance for inspection and testing of boilers and unfired pressure vessels at Navy shore installations. It is provided to ensure the safety of personnel and property. Direction is given to those persons responsible for the equipment and its inspection. This handbook has 11 sections. The first 3 sections establish the scope of the inspection program by delineating the
responsibilities for inspecting equipment, listing equipment exempted from the program, defining the qualifications required for inspectors, and providing inspection frequencies. Sections 4, 5, 6, and 7 provide guidance in regard to the procedures and tests used during inspections. Section 8 contains guidelines for
repairing the equipment, whether by the government or private contractor. Section 9 establishes criteria for issuing inspection certificates. Sections 10 and 11 provide information for calculating a pressure vessel’s maximum allowable working pressure and for accident reporting, respectively.
8. "MO-205 Volume 2, Central Heating and Steam Electric Generating Plants"
The purpose of chis publication is to provide practical information on the operation and maintenance of central heating and power plant facilities with special emphasis on economy consistent with safety. It is primarily directed to the men in the field who actually supervise and perform the operations and the maintenance work.
9. "MO-205 Volume 3, Central Heating and Steam Electric Generating Plants"
10. "MO-250 Volume 5, Central Heating and Steam Electric Generating Plants"
11. "DM1011/2, Cooling Buildings by Natural Ventilation"
This handbook provides guidance and criteria for the design of buildings to be totally or partially cooled by natural ventilation. It describes several natural criteria; design criteria for natural ventilation and for
zoned or seasonal occupant and maintenance manuals, and guidelines for wind tunnel testing. Appendices include forms and overlays for the designer's use and describe the fundamental principles of comfort related to airflow, a methodology for climate analysis, prediction, and evaluation.
12. "EM1003/17C, Industrial Ventilation Systems"
This handbook provides the basic design guidance for industrial ventilation systems at military installations. It is intended for use by experienced architects and engineers. The first section addresses general criteria for use in all industrial ventilation systems. Other sections include ventilation design data for specific processes, including asbestos delagging, torpedo maintenance, metal cleaning and electroplating, fiberglass reinforced plastic repair and lay up, abrasive blasting, spray coating, foundry operations and woodworking.
13. "EM1003/19, Design Procedures for Passive Solar Buildings"
The purpose of this handbook is to provide the tools needed by professionals involved in building design and/or evaluation who wish to reduce the consumption of non-renewable energy resources for space heating. Three types of tools are provided.
First, a general discussion of the basic concepts and principles of passive solar heating is presented to familiarize the reader with this technology.
Second, a set of guidelines is presented for use during schematic design or for initial screening if an evaluation is being performed. These guidelines enable the user to quickly define a building that will perform in a cost effective manner at the intended building site.
Finally, a quantitative design-analysis procedure is presented that enables the user to obtain an accurate estimate of the auxiliary heating requirements of a particular passive solar design. This procedure may be used to refine a schematic design based on the guidelines already mentioned, or may be used to compare the merits of candidate designs in a proposal evaluation.
14. "EM1003/8A, Exterior Distribution of Steam, High Temperature Water, Chilled Water, Natural Gas, and Compressed Air"
Presented here is basic yet comprehensive design guidance and technical data for exterior distribution piping systems. Services supported by these systems include: steam supply, high-temperature water, chilled water, cooling or condensing water, natural gas, and compressed air to various buildings and
other facilities. This handbook also contains data covering return systems for condensate, water, and other spent services. Additional design data includes information on loads and fluid conditions, fluid characteristics, and distribution site locations. Factors governing tests for field permeability,
15. "MO-220, Maintenance and Operation of Gas Systems"
This manual is designed to serve as I guide for technical personnel in the operation and maintenance of gas distribution systems and interior gas systems at military installations.
This manual deals with the operation, maintenance snd repair of gas distribution piping end interior gas systems and their auxillary equipment.
16. "MO-221, Utilities Metering"
This manual provides guidance for Utilities Metering. Chapter 1 gives a broad overview and chapter 2 explains how to develop a metering program.Different types of metering are discussed in chapters 4 through 7.
This publication provides information about comprehensive energy measuring and control systems which can be used to develop and implement energy management programs. The scope of the manual is limited to systems that meter flowing liquids, gases and electricity.
17. "UTILITIESMAN BASIC COURSE, VOLUME 01"
Utilitiesman Basic, Volume 01 consists of chapters on plans, specifications, and color coding; Advanced Base Functional Components (ABFC); plumbing; plumbing valves and accessories; plumbing fixtures and plumbing repairs; prime movers, pumps and compressors; water treatment; and maintenance of water treatment equipment.
18. "UTILITIESMAN BASIC COURSE, VOLUME 2"
This TRAMAN/NRTC consists of 7 chapters that cover boilers, boiler maintenance, boiler water treatment and cleaning, steam distribution systems, heating systems, galley equipment, laundry equipment, refrigeration, and air conditioning.
19. "UTILITIESMAN (ADVANCED) COURSE"
Provides information pertaining to blueprint reading and technical drawings; planning, estimating, and scheduling; planning plumbing projects; fire protection systems; water treatment and purification; sewage treatment and disposal; compressed air systems; boilers; duct and ventilation systems, air conditioning and refrigeration; and environmental pollution control.
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