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CIBSE Guide H Building Control Systems

CIBSE Guide H Building Control Systems
Full CIBSE Guide H building control systems in PDF format, it also covers system networks and integration. Total download PDF size = 5,213 KB - 196 Pages

Contents

Foreword v
Preface vii
Acknowledgements viii
 
1 Introduction: the need for controls 1-1
1.1 Overview of the Guide 1-1
1.2 The modern control system 1-2
1.3 The global environment 1-2
1.4 The indoor environment 1-3
1.5 Energy conservation 1-3
1.6 Information technology and systems integration 1-4
1.7 Building operation 1-5
1.8 The benefits of a BMS 1-5
1.9 Summary 1-6
References 1-6
 
 
2 Control fundamentals 2-1
2.0 General 2-1
2.1 Control modes 2-1
2.2 Optimum start 2-7
2.3 Weather compensation 2-8
2.4 Stability and tuning 2-9
2.5 Artificial intelligence 2-13
2.6 Summary 2-14
References 2-14
 
 
3 Components and devices 3-1
3.1 Sensors 3-1
3.2 Actuators 3-7
3.3 Valves 3-8
3.4 Dampers 3-17
3.5 Motors 3-20
3.6 Pumps and fans 3-23
3.7 Control panels and motor control centres 3-23
3.8 The intelligent outstation 3-24
3.9 Summary 3-26
References 3-26
 
 
4 Systems, networks and integration 4-1
4.0 General 4-1
4.1 BMS architecture 4-1
4.2 Networks 4-5
4.3 Electromagnetic compatibility ( EMC ) 4-12
4.4 Systems integration 4-15
4.5 User interface 4-17
4.6 Summary 4-18
References 4-19
 
 
5 Control strategies for subsystems 5-1
5.1 Safety 5-1
5.2 Boilers 5-3
5.3 Chillers 5-7
5.4 Control of hydraulic circuits 5-14
5.5 Central air handling plant 5-28
5.6 Energy recovery 5-32
5.7 Mechanical ventilation 5-34
5.8 Variable air volume 5-41
5.9 Constant-volume room terminal units 5-46
5.10 Fan coil units 5-46
5.11 Dual duct systems 5-48
5.12 Chilled ceilings 5-49
5.13 Heat pumps 5-51
5.14 Natural ventilation 5-53
5.15 Lighting controls 5-56
5.16 Summary 5-61
References 5-62
 
 
6 Control strategies for buildings 6-1
6.0 General 6-1
 
6.1 Operating modes 6-1
6.2 Design techniques 6-2
6.3 Whole-building
HVAC systems 6-4
6.4 Case studies 6-7
6.5 Summary 6-10
References 6-10
 
 
7 Information technology 7-1
7.1 Energy monitoring 7-1
7.2 Fault reports and maintenance scheduling 7-6
7.3 Summary 7-7
References 7-7
 
 
8 Management issues 8-1
8.1 Procurement options 8-1
8.2 Design and specification of a controls system 8-4
8.3 Tendering process 8-7
8.4 Commissioning 8-8
8.5 Operation 8-13
8.6 Occupant surveys 8-14
8.7 Cost issues 8-15
8.8 Summary 8-16
References 8-17
 

Appendix A1: Bibliography A1-1

Appendix A2: Tuning rules A2-1

A2.1 The
PID control loop A2-1
A2.2 Digital control A2-1
A2.3 Tuning A2-2
A2.4 Step-by-step tuning procedure A2-3
 

Appendix A3: Glossary A3-1

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