Faber Kell's Heating Air-conditioning of Buildings

Faber Kell's Heating Air-conditioning of Buildings By Doug Oughton, Steve Hodkinson
Publisher: A Butterworth-Heinemann 2008 | 804 Pages | ISBN: 0750683651 | File type: PDF | 10 mb

For 70 years, Faber Kell's has been the definitive reference text in its field. The book provides understanding of the principles of heating and air-conditioning of buildings in a concise manner. Practical, applicable information is illustrated with simple, easy-to-use diagrams.
This 10th edition includes chapters on sustainability, renewable energy sources as well as information on the updated Approved Documents Part F and L whilst still retaining the structure and character of the previous editions.
Building services professionals will find this a reliable everyday source of information. The book is also an ideal purchase for newly-qualified building services students beginning their career.

* The book for building services engineers for everyday reference on heating and air-conditioning design
* Includes updates to take into account revised Part F and L, sustainability and renewable energy sources
* Recommended purchase for newly-qualified students in the building services sect


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