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The Resource ASHRAE design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems, Peter Simmonds

ASHRAE design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems, Peter Simmonds

Label
ASHRAE design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems
Title
ASHRAE design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems
Statement of responsibility
Peter Simmonds
Title variation
Design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"The ASHRAE Design Guide for Tall, Supertall, and Megatall Building Systems is concerned with HVAC, design, maintenance, and other factors for buildings 300 feet (91 m) or higher. The guide details the problems and possible solutions for tall, supertall, and megatall buildings"--
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Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
KNOVL
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1954-
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Simmonds, Peter
Dewey number
720/.483
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
TH1611
LC item number
.S53 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
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ASHRAE (Firm)
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  • Tall buildings
  • Megastructures
  • Building, Iron and steel
  • Building, Iron and steel
  • Tall buildings
  • Civil Engineering
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Engineering & Applied Sciences
Label
ASHRAE design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems, Peter Simmonds
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction -- General Overview -- Energy Strategies -- Real Estate Considerations -- Architectural Considerations -- Core Design -- Service Cores -- Floor-to-Floor Height -- The Owner's Involvement -- The Architect's Involvement -- Structural Coordination -- Alternative Ductwork Designs -- Lighting Systems -- Conclusions Concerning Floor-To-Floor Height -- Building Orientation -- Facade Systems -- Shading -- Glazing and Facades Analysis -- Infiltration -- Climate and the Atmosphere -- Extrapolating Ground Data Upwards -- Generating Climate Data at Upper Elevations -- Climate Modeling Using Mesoscale Numerical Techniques -- Climatic Data (See Appendix A) -- Theoretical Discussion of Stack Effect -- Practical Considerations of Stack Effect -- Calculation of Stack Effect -- Means to Minimize Stack Effect -- Further Mitigation Options -- Provide Appropriate Air and Quantities for Each Room or Zone
  • Note continued: Effectively Distribute Ventilation Air to the Breathing Zone -- Effectively Distribute Ventilation Air to Multiple Spaces -- Use Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems where Appropriate -- Use Demand-Controlled Ventilation where Appropriate -- Use Natural or Mixed-Mode Ventilation where Appropriate -- Why Natural Ventilation? -- Ventilation per ASHRAE Standard 62-2013 -- Provide Comfort Conditions that Enhance Occupant Satisfaction -- Adaptive Comfort -- Introduction -- Considerations in System Selection -- All-Air Variable-Air-Volume System -- Low-Temperature Air VAV Systems -- Underfloor Air Systems -- Air/Water Systems -- Radiant Ceilings -- Passive Beams -- Active Beams -- Variable-Frequency Drive (VFD) Fan-Coil Units -- Variable-Refrigerant-Flow (VRF) Fan-Coils with 100% Outdoor Air Ventilation -- Air-Conditioning Supply Systems[--]Conclusions -- The Alternative Systems -- Comparison of Alternative Schemes -- Construction Schedule Impact
  • Note continued: Owner Issues -- Equipment Considerations -- Architectural Issues -- Intake and Exhaust Distances -- Acoustics -- Plant Economic Considerations -- Central Plant Locations -- Centralized Services Systems -- Chiller Systems -- Hydrostatic Considerations -- Chilled-Water Piping Arrangements -- Impact of Refrigeration Machine Location -- Chilled-Water Pressure Reduction -- Piping, Valves, and Fittings -- Piping Design Considerations -- Expansion and Contraction -- The Economics of Temperature Differentials -- Tall-Building Energy Consumption -- New York City Benchmarking Data -- General Considerations -- Cooling Plant -- Supply Fan Energy -- Economizer Control -- Supply Air Reset Control -- Need for Accurate Profile -- The Basis of the System Configuration -- Alternative Elevator Configurations -- Configurations for Supertall and Megatall Buildings -- Sky Lobby Concept -- Double-Deck Elevators -- Service Elevator -- High-Rise Residential Elevators
  • Note continued: HVAC Involvement with Vertical Transportation Systems -- Elevator Machine Room Cooling -- Elevator Hoistway and Machine Room Venting -- Plumbing Systems -- Grey Water Systems -- Black Water -- Condensate Recovery -- Domestic Water Systems -- Cold-Water Distribution -- Hot-Water Distribution -- Drainage and Venting -- Unique Fire Safety Problem Tall Buildings -- Codes and Standards -- Components of Fire Management System -- Detection System -- Fire Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems -- Smoke Management Systems -- Smoke Management With Central Air-Conditioning Systems -- Smoke Management With Floor-By-Floor Air-Conditioning Systems -- Smoke Management In Atriums -- Stairwell Pressurization -- Elevator Pressurization -- Refuge Floor -- The Emergency/Standby Generator System and the Life Safety System -- Elevator Recall Systems -- Communication Systems -- Central Fire Command -- Fire Safety Response Plan -- Design Challenges
  • Note continued: Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Design -- Service Spaces -- Structural Considerations -- Lighting -- Lightning Protection -- Smart Grid Basics -- Automated Fault Detection and Diagnostics -- Sensing and Actuating Systems -- Basic Conditions -- Simulation Program Input -- Discussion and Tips
Control code
921176798
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781939200242
Lccn
2015016066
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)921176798
Label
ASHRAE design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems, Peter Simmonds
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction -- General Overview -- Energy Strategies -- Real Estate Considerations -- Architectural Considerations -- Core Design -- Service Cores -- Floor-to-Floor Height -- The Owner's Involvement -- The Architect's Involvement -- Structural Coordination -- Alternative Ductwork Designs -- Lighting Systems -- Conclusions Concerning Floor-To-Floor Height -- Building Orientation -- Facade Systems -- Shading -- Glazing and Facades Analysis -- Infiltration -- Climate and the Atmosphere -- Extrapolating Ground Data Upwards -- Generating Climate Data at Upper Elevations -- Climate Modeling Using Mesoscale Numerical Techniques -- Climatic Data (See Appendix A) -- Theoretical Discussion of Stack Effect -- Practical Considerations of Stack Effect -- Calculation of Stack Effect -- Means to Minimize Stack Effect -- Further Mitigation Options -- Provide Appropriate Air and Quantities for Each Room or Zone
  • Note continued: Effectively Distribute Ventilation Air to the Breathing Zone -- Effectively Distribute Ventilation Air to Multiple Spaces -- Use Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems where Appropriate -- Use Demand-Controlled Ventilation where Appropriate -- Use Natural or Mixed-Mode Ventilation where Appropriate -- Why Natural Ventilation? -- Ventilation per ASHRAE Standard 62-2013 -- Provide Comfort Conditions that Enhance Occupant Satisfaction -- Adaptive Comfort -- Introduction -- Considerations in System Selection -- All-Air Variable-Air-Volume System -- Low-Temperature Air VAV Systems -- Underfloor Air Systems -- Air/Water Systems -- Radiant Ceilings -- Passive Beams -- Active Beams -- Variable-Frequency Drive (VFD) Fan-Coil Units -- Variable-Refrigerant-Flow (VRF) Fan-Coils with 100% Outdoor Air Ventilation -- Air-Conditioning Supply Systems[--]Conclusions -- The Alternative Systems -- Comparison of Alternative Schemes -- Construction Schedule Impact
  • Note continued: Owner Issues -- Equipment Considerations -- Architectural Issues -- Intake and Exhaust Distances -- Acoustics -- Plant Economic Considerations -- Central Plant Locations -- Centralized Services Systems -- Chiller Systems -- Hydrostatic Considerations -- Chilled-Water Piping Arrangements -- Impact of Refrigeration Machine Location -- Chilled-Water Pressure Reduction -- Piping, Valves, and Fittings -- Piping Design Considerations -- Expansion and Contraction -- The Economics of Temperature Differentials -- Tall-Building Energy Consumption -- New York City Benchmarking Data -- General Considerations -- Cooling Plant -- Supply Fan Energy -- Economizer Control -- Supply Air Reset Control -- Need for Accurate Profile -- The Basis of the System Configuration -- Alternative Elevator Configurations -- Configurations for Supertall and Megatall Buildings -- Sky Lobby Concept -- Double-Deck Elevators -- Service Elevator -- High-Rise Residential Elevators
  • Note continued: HVAC Involvement with Vertical Transportation Systems -- Elevator Machine Room Cooling -- Elevator Hoistway and Machine Room Venting -- Plumbing Systems -- Grey Water Systems -- Black Water -- Condensate Recovery -- Domestic Water Systems -- Cold-Water Distribution -- Hot-Water Distribution -- Drainage and Venting -- Unique Fire Safety Problem Tall Buildings -- Codes and Standards -- Components of Fire Management System -- Detection System -- Fire Standpipe and Sprinkler Systems -- Smoke Management Systems -- Smoke Management With Central Air-Conditioning Systems -- Smoke Management With Floor-By-Floor Air-Conditioning Systems -- Smoke Management In Atriums -- Stairwell Pressurization -- Elevator Pressurization -- Refuge Floor -- The Emergency/Standby Generator System and the Life Safety System -- Elevator Recall Systems -- Communication Systems -- Central Fire Command -- Fire Safety Response Plan -- Design Challenges
  • Note continued: Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Design -- Service Spaces -- Structural Considerations -- Lighting -- Lightning Protection -- Smart Grid Basics -- Automated Fault Detection and Diagnostics -- Sensing and Actuating Systems -- Basic Conditions -- Simulation Program Input -- Discussion and Tips
Control code
921176798
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781939200242
Lccn
2015016066
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)921176798

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