By Arnold Teekaram
The Chartered establishment of creating providers Engineers (CIBSE) has released AM14: Non-domestic sizzling water heating platforms, a finished program guide that describes a logical series of procedures to aid engineers layout effective heating platforms. The newly published e-book, overlaying water-based heating structures for structures except dwellings with a complete put in means from 45kW as much as 2MW, is anticipated to obtain a hot welcome from the development companies group because the final CIBSE advisor at the topic used to be released greater than two decades ago. Read more...
summary: The Chartered establishment of creating companies Engineers (CIBSE) has released AM14: Non-domestic scorching water heating structures, a entire program guide that describes a logical series of strategies to assist engineers layout effective heating structures. The newly published e-book, masking water-based heating platforms for constructions except dwellings with a complete put in capability from 45kW as much as 2MW, is anticipated to obtain a hot welcome from the construction companies group because the final CIBSE advisor at the topic used to be released greater than two decades in the past
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G. by examining the metered gas utility bills or by monitoring the plant. It is possible to calculate the existing heating load using the design procedures as for a new building, but consideration must be given to changes in: — the thermal fabric — ventilation and infiltration losses if the building has been refurbished — the internal heat gains — occupancy pattern and building usage. g. reduced energy consumption and carbon emissions) can be made. Reducing the capacity of the replacement plant, for example, can eliminate the inefficiencies caused by plant oversizing.
The existing design may also have implications for the installation, particularly relating to access to carry out the work or maintenance of the installation. g. layout schematics of heating plant, primary and secondary hot water distribution systems, O&M manuals, oil, gas and electricity utility bills — lack of information on the operation of the existing heating system and control strategies Constraints The design of the existing building, including access to elements of the existing heating system and the size and Design Design decisions and criteria: refurbishment — lack of design data for original plant equipment (to be interfaced with new plant) — lack of information relating to the building fabric thermal properties and existing heating loads — 3-5 — access for maintenance — access for repair — access for replacement compatibility issues of new plant with existing plant and utility supplies — access for future plant removal/replacement.
In practice, these aims are not always fully realised. Minimum design input generally leads to heating plant being replaced with one of similar rating without consideration to changes in the heat load. It also perpetuates any errors in the original design and overlooks recent advances in heating plant technology that could reduce operating costs. The constraint of minimum capital cost in a refurbishment project will probably not give the most effective solution over the life of the plant in terms of operating costs and ease of control to meet comfort conditions.