Mechanical and Electrical Systems in Buildings

Mechanical and Electrical Systems in Buildings

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For undergraduate-level courses in Building Mechanical Systems, Building Electrical Systems, and Illumination offered to students in Construction Technology, Architecture, Civil Technology, and Interior Design and Building Engineering.Designed to bridge the ever-widening gap between textbooks and the realities that confront engineering, and construction professionals, this text provides an overview of the principles and applications of all basic mechanical and electrical systems--with a focus on what, why, and basic design data examples. It incorporates new developments in all the major disciplines--and reinforces the relationship of mechanical and electrical systems design in the overall context of the built environment.One of the advantages of a three-phase, four-wire system not mentioned earlier is its inherent economy. ... a simplified one-line diagram of a larger power distribution system in which the primary power, 13, 800-V (13.8 kV), three-phase three-wire, passes through step-down transformers to three different low-voltage systems: 120/208-V, three-phase, four-wire; 277/480-V, three-phase, four-wire; and 480-V, anbsp;...

Title:Mechanical and Electrical Systems in Buildings
Author: Richard R. Janis, William K. Y. Tao
Publisher:Prentice Hall - 2005

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