Air-to-Air Energy Recovery in HVAC Systems (2008) Dual units (IP/SI)

Air-to-Air Energy Recovery in HVAC Systems (2008) Dual units (IP/SI)

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Discusses the various air-to-air energy recovery technologies and their application in HVAC systems. Topics include: why recover energy?, sensible- versus totalenergy recovery, effectiveness, unbalanced airflow, outdoor-air preconditioning (or exhaust-air heat recovery), supply-air tempering (or reheat) in series or parallel, ASHRAE Standard 90.1, impact on first cost and operating cost, frost prevention methods, minimizing cross leakage, methods of capacity control, coil loops (or coil runaround loops), fixed-plate heat exchangers (or air-to-air heat exchangers), heat pipes, rotary heat exchangers (or heat wheels, enthalpy wheels, desiccant wheels), ARI Standard 1060, controlling energy recovery devices in dedicated outdoor-air systems and mixed-air systems (constant volume, VAV), economizer operation, active desiccant dehumidification systems, local versus centralized preconditioning.

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: SYS-APM003-EN

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