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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Corpus ID: Wspace or process with hot or chilled water are frequently called hydronic systems. Water flows through piping that connects a boiler, water heater, or chiller to suitable terminal heat transfer units located at the space or process. Water systems can be classified by 1 operating temperature, 2 flow generation, 3 pressurization, 4 piping arrangement, and 5 pumping arrangement.
An enhanced electronic version, known as ASHRAE Handbook Online is a web-based version updated annually that contains the four latest volumes as well as extra content such as calculations, demonstration videos, and spreadsheets. The various versions of the Handbook are typically available to the public via technical, and other, libraries and bookstores. The current publisher of record is W. Stephen Comstock, and the Editor is Mark S. For example, three chapters, in three different volumes, are maintained by TC 5.
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Subject matter experts on ASHRAE Technical Committees in each subject area have reviewed all chapters and revised them as needed for current technology and practice. A new feature of the Handbook is the annotatable PDF download. Users can highlight relevant text and add their own notes and comments. The volume contains several new updates.
The ASHRAE Handbook is published in a series of four volumes, one of which is revised each year, ensuring that no volume is older than four years. Contact Handbook Editor Heather Kennedy via e-mail at hkennedy ashrae. The Society appreciates your choosing not to receive the printed Handbook if you can use the electronic version instead. Comment on the Handbook: To submit a comment about any aspect or part of the Handbook series, you can use the Handbook Comment Form. Review a Handbook Chapter: To provide your feedback about a specific Handbook chapter, you can answer the brief survey questions on the Handbook Chapter Review Form. Procedures and policies are in place to promote such uses while protecting ASHRAE's intellectual property and technical credibility. Agreements vary depending on source of requests ASHRAE chapters, Associate Societies, commercial publishers or other commercial firms, government, standards bodies, other associations, and educational institutions.
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