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Building Energy Management System:Application to low-energy HVAC and natural ventilation control
Taylor & Francis, 2000 -519 pages

Building Energy Management Systems are used to monitor building temperature inside and outside buildings and control the boilers and coolers. Energy efficiency is a major cost issue for commerce and industry. Fully revised and updated, this book considers new developments in the
control of low energy and HVAC systems and contains new
chapters: Commissioning, Sick Building Syndrome and material on Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Buildings.Occupant Feedback and Natural Ventilation, as well as new material on Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Buildings.

Contents:

1. An Introduction to BEMS

2. The Outstation

3. The BEMS central station

4. Sensors and their responses

5. Basic and fuzzy logic control

6. PID three-term direct digital control

7. Building heat loss and heating

8. Compensation

9. Optimizer control

10. Control and air conditioning

11. Natural ventilation and its control

12. Low-energy air conditioning and lighting control

13. Network analysis

14. Monitoring and targeting

more:

http://www.worldcat.org/title/building-energy-management-systems-applications-to-low-energy-hvac-and-natural-ventilation-control/oclc/439663832