Books

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ASHRAE GUIDE FOR BUILDINGS IN HOT & HUMID CLIMATES

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and
Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) - 2009

In response to demand from building owners, engineers and architects in hot and humid climates, ASHRAE President Terry Townsend, P.E. asked us to research the practical experience and the information needs of building professionals working in these regions throughout the world. Based on that research, we wrote, illustrated, coordinated information contributions and managed the peer review for this 316-page, 4-color technical reference book. Among other topics, the book provides practical suggestions for reducing construction costs while achieving sustainable, comfortable and storm-resistant buildings which have greatly reduced mold risks. This PDF contains the book’s preface and its detailed table of contents.

FREE SAMPLE: ASHRAE HH Climate Guide TOC.pdf
            


ASHRAE Design Guide for Humidity Control

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and
Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) - 2006

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Working under contract to ASHRAE, we researched, wrote, coordinated the co-author contributions and the peer review process for this 512-page, 4-color technical reference book. We also generated the illustrations, designed the layout and prepared the print-ready files. This PDF contains the complete Chapter 7, which describes how HVAC design can help avoid mold problems.

FREE SAMPLE: ASHRAE HCDG C7 Mold.pdf


Desiccant System Application Engineering Guide

American Gas Cooling Center

We researched, wrote, illustrated and laid out the Applications Engineering Manual for Desiccant Systems, a 76-page reference book. The book is focused principally on commercial-type, gas-fired desiccant dehumidification equipment used in commercial buildings.

FREE SAMPLES:
Chapter 2 - Fundamentals.pdf
Chapter 3 - Types of Equipment.pdf