ASHRAE New York 2014
Radiant Cooling and Heating: Fundamentals
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Bean, R.E.T., P.L.(Eng.), Healthy Heating and content
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ABSTRACT: In-slab radiant heating and cooling
systems continue to gain momentum on high performance
buildings. A radiant design strategy embodies the
integration of architectural design and HVAC systems design
with overall energy efficiency and comfort in mind. This
seminar explores the fundamental concepts of how in-slab
radiant systems work, how they are designed, constructed and
controlled, and how they can be used as part of an energy
efficient design solution to maximize energy performance.
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