Building conditioning now accounts for about 20% of the total energy consumed in the U.S., so computer-optimized HVAC systems can make a major contribution in reducing our national energy use. This book examines how the latest advances in distributed technology will be used in commercial systems. Topics include the full scope of current and emerging HVAC control technologies, covering personal computer-based systems, expert systems, fiber optic infrared technologies, wireless communication, self-optimizing software sensors, micro technology, distributed direct digital control, control bus techniques, and more.This animated icon watched what you were doing in your word processor or spreadsheet program and offered tips and ... This type of modeling of the decision-making process will allow software in the future to help you with complex problems.
|Title||:||HVAC Control in the New Millennium|
|Author||:||Michael F. Hordeski|
|Publisher||:||The Fairmont Press, Inc. - 2001|