Practical Guide to Industrial Boiler Systems

Author: Ralph Vandagriff

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0824705327

Category: Science

Page: 390

View: 349

This volume covers the fundamentals of boiler systems and gathers hard-to-find facts and observations for designing, constructing and operating industrial power plants in the United States and overseas. It contains formulas and spreadsheets outlining combustion points of natural gas, oil and solid fuel beds. It also includes a boiler operator's training guide, maintenance examples, and a checklist for troubleshooting.

Author: Jacob (Jake) Myron

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781434937568

Category: Self-Help

Page: 324

View: 138

“Steam heating systems come in many varieties and sizes. Steam systems need regular maintenance, or small problems will occur. When the small problems are not addressed, they will cause other small problems to arise. A large steam heating system with scores of small problems will not heat properly and fuel consumption can increase dramatically, but worst of all, the banging in these systems, as my mentor would say, is like the ‘hammers of hell.’” Jacob (Jake) Myron wrote this book as an easy-to-understand self-help guide for those in the occupation dealing with steam systems. He feels a huge gratitude to this industry, and he shares his over forty years of successful experience in this book to give something back to his beloved profession and colleagues.
HVAC and Chemical Resistance Handbook for the Engineer and Architect

Author: Tom Arimes

Publisher: Publisher BCT, Inc.

ISBN: 0964096706

Category: Air conditioning

Page: 1650

View: 587

The title is misleading until you check out the contents. It is all about HVAC and more. This compilation has organized data frequently used by Mechanical Engineers, Mechanical Contractors and Plant Facility Engineers. The book will end the frustration on a busy day searching for design criteria.
Environment and Services

Author: Peter Burberry

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317891505

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 392

View: 964

Environment and Services provides a comprehensive introduction to the technical aspects of building design and construction in the fields of physical environment and services installation. It explains the principles involved, the materials and equipment required, design methods and applications. The eighth edition has been brought fully up-to-date with the current building regulations and reflects recent trends by placing increased emphasis on environmental issues related to buildings. The book is suitable for undergraduate degree courses in building, building surveying, building engineering and management, and architecture. It is also suitable for HNC/D courses in building studies and building services engineering as well as CIOB and RIBA examinations.