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Published by Chilton Book Co. in Radnor, Pa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Buildings -- Environmental engineering -- Quality control.,
  • Intelligent buildings.,
  • Digital control systems.,
  • Total quality management.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 259) and index.

StatementViktor Boed.
SeriesControls and automation for facilities managers
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTH6031 .B64 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 267 p. :
Number of Pages267
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL984868M
ISBN 100801987229
LC Control Number96022644
OCLC/WorldCa34691179

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Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. ISBN. See all. Item description " CONTROLS AND AUTOMATION FOR FACILITIES MANAGERS: EFFICIENT DDC SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION By Viktor Boed - Hardcover **Mint Condition**. " See all. About this item. Shipping, Returns. 1. DDC Control Applications 2. DDC Networks and Architecture 3. Communication Standards and Networks 4. Vendor Examples of DDC Software Programming and Operator Interfacing 5. System maintenance and service of DDC controls 6. Using DDC . Employing high-performance HVAC equipment in conjunction with whole building design can result in significant energy savings. Typically, a 30% reduction in annual energy costs can be achieved with a simple payback period of about three to five years. And, if the payback threshold is extended to seven years, the savings can be about 40%. These. Controls and Automation for Facilities Managers: Applications Engineering - CRC Press Book Building owners and managers expect fully automated and energy efficient operations, on line diagnostic of systems parameters to prevent failures, and on line diagnostic of problems prior to exposing occupants to deteriorating environmental conditions.

summarized as follows: An efficient scheme using DA based implementation for FIR filters in DDC and ERT is proposed. By employing this technique, it is shown that the delay, area and power consumption of the filters can be minimized. This paper is organized as follows: In section II, a brief background DA and parallel FIR filters. InAuthor: T. Vigneswaran. Download Direct Digital Control Of Building Systems From a brief historical look at the evolution of DDC to some thoughts on the future uses of artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic, this practical new work provides a systematic discussion of the theory and application possibilities of: Sensors and actuators—for temperature, humidity, pressure, flow, and indoor air quality; DDC hardware.   A three-tier DDC system. A smaller building may have a single, computerized HVAC controller that operates the direct digital control (DDC) system. However, a large building normally requires a more complex system of controllers, divided into separate sections called tiers. This is called the architecture of the system. Building owners and managers expect fully automated and energy efficient operations, on line diagnostic of systems parameters to prevent failures, and on line diagnostic of problems prior to exposing occupants to deteriorating environmental conditions. A simple HVAC control is no longer acceptable by current ls and Automation for Facilities Managers examines 4/5(1).