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District Cooling Guide Second Edition

District Cooling Guide Second Edition

District Cooling Guide, Second Edition and Owner’s Guide for Buildings Served by District Cooling fulfill a worldwide need for a modern and complete design guidance for district systems. These guides provide in-depth coverage and case studies on the design, operation, and maintenance of district cooling systems.

Second Edition and Owner’s for Buildings Served by District Cooling draw on the expertise of an extremely diverse international team with current involvement in the industry and hundreds years of combined experience.

Select features:

  • Comprehensive coverage of district cooling system design
  • Detailed coverage of piping systems for chilled-water distribution
  • Guidance on avoiding low-delta T syndrome
  • These guides are perfect for consulting engineers with campus specialization, utility engineers, district system operating engineers, and central plant design engineers as well as owners and designers of buildings served by district cooling.

You can also Read Dampers and Airflow Control 

District Cooling Guide Second Edition Content

  • Acknowledgments
  • Acronyms
  • Introduction
  • Alternative Development and System Planning
  • Central Plant
  • Distribution Systems
  • End User Interface
  • Thermal Energy Storage
  • Instrumentation and Controls
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • A · Heat Transfer at the Ground’s Surface and Subsurface Temperatures
  • Appendix B · Case Studies

(DC) continues to see increased interest worldwide, and significant developments have occurred since the publication of the first edition of the Guide just over five years ago. This second edition Guide expands on all areas of coverage contained in the first edition.

The choice of refrigeration method and equipment will be driven by many factors, including cost and availability of fuels, electric system capacity, electricity cost, availability of water and alternatives, co-generation potential, as well as obvious factors such as scale.The second component is the distribution or piping network that conveys the chilled
water to the buildings served (see Chapter 4). The piping may be the most expensive portion of a DCS.



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