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Other Considerations All-air systems operate by maintaining a temperature differential between the supply air and the space. Any load that affects this differential and the associated airflow must be calculated and considered, including the following: • All fans (supply, return, and supplemental) add heat. All of the fan shaft power eventually converts to heat in the system, either initially as fan losses or downstream as duct friction losses. Motor inefficiencies are an added load if that motor is in the airstream.
Optimizing design and control of chilled water plants: Part 1: Chilled water distribution system selection. ASHRAE Journal 53(7). T. 2011. Optimizing design and control of chilled water plants: Part 2: Condenser water system design. ASHRAE Journal 53(9). T. 2011. Optimizing design and control of chilled water plants: Part 3: Pipe sizing and optimizing Delta T. ASHRAE Journal 53(12). T. 2012. Optimizing design and control of chilled water plants: Part 4: Chiller and cooling tower selection. ASHRAE Journal 54(4).
Permanent heating is not always available sufficiently early to provide temporary heat during construction. • Mechanical failure of a central air-handling component, such as a fan or a cooling-coil control valve, affects all zones served by that unit. Energy conservation measures implemented on any building system also may have an effect. Licensed for single user. © 2016 ASHRAE, Inc. Heating and Cooling Calculations Basic calculations for airflow, temperatures, relative humidity, loads, and psychrometrics are covered in Chapters 1, 17, and 18 of the 2013 ASHRAE Handbook—Fundamentals.