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Engineering equipment for high-rise building

Energy - Efficient Building
This book provides the first summary of Russian experience in design and operation of high-rise buildings.

The first chapter describes global experience in design of engineering equipment for the most famous high-rise buildings. Subsequent chapters discuss parameters of external atmosphere, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, fire protection, water supply and drainage, garbage removal, clothes supply, automation systems implemented on specific objects. These chapters give calculation of air rate for a multistorey residential building during the year, methods for calculation of required ventilators' parameters for smoke protection system, calculation of sewage system, as well as the concept for evaluation of investing efficiency into heat energy supply and energy conservation in buildings and the method for determination of local aerodynamic effects on a high-rise building.

A separate chapter is dedicated to detail characteristics of engineering systems for premises and objects of multiuse buildings built in Moscow in the recent years.

The publication is meant for a wide range of specialists: designers, operations engineers, architects, developers, heat and power supply, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire safety, water supply, water drainage, automation engineers, as well as lecturers and students of architectural and civil engineer specializations.

Foreword Introduction. High-rise buildings - new environment of man's habitat
Elements of bioclimatic architecture
Harmonization of buildings with peculiarities of the district's climate
Natural ventilation of premises
Natural lighting and visual comfort Intellectualization of buildings
Autonomous heat and electricity sources
Ecologically neutral buildings
Chapter 1. External climate for high-rise buildings
1.1. General
1.2. External air temperature
1.3. Solar irradiation
1.4. Convective currents near building's external surfaces
1.5. Wind speed
1.6. Buildings' aerodynamics and aerodynamic coefficients
1.7. Example of mathematic simulation of high-rise buildings aerodynamics
Chapter 2. Heat and power supply for heating, domestic hot water, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Design of heating points
2.1. General
2.2. Combined work of independent energy conservation sources with centralized system
2.3. Independent energy supply sources
2.3.1. General algorithm for calculation and selection of mini-combined heat and power stations (HPS)
2.3.2. Energy supply for high-rise office complex with underground parking lot
2.3.3. Mini-HPS technologies on the basis of gas cylinder engines
2.4. Design of central heating points
2.5. Peculiarities of central heating point design for a high-rise building
2.5.1. General characteristic of central heating point
2.5.2. Intake module
2.5.3. Filling station
2.5.4. Emergency pressurization system
2.5.5. Heating system heat exchangers and their piping
2.5.6. Pumping equipment
2.5.7. Pressurization station
2.5.8. Emergency hot water supply system
2.5.9. Hot water supply system with one heat exchanger
2.5.10. Snow melter
2.5.11. Drainage systems
2.5.12. Automation and control systems
Chapter 3. Heating
3.1. General
3.1.1. Main requirements for heating systems in multistory buildings over 75 meters high
3.1.2. Types of heating systems for functional areas
3.1.3. Equipment and materials
3.1.4. Energy conservation
3.1.5. Installation, setting up and operation
3.2. Peculiarities of design and operation of heating systems in high-rise residential buildings
3.3. Advantages of individual heating systems
3.4. Peculiarities of application of pipes made of heat resistant polymer materials
3.5. Peculiarities of application of copper pipes
3.6. Types of individual heating systems
3.7. Hot water supply system with horizontal distribution by apartments
3.8. Automatic balancing valves in heating systems
Chapter 4. Ventilation and air conditioning
4.1. General
4.1.1. Ventilation and air conditioning
4.1.2. Cold supply
4.2. Peculiarities of ventilation and air conditioning systems design in high-rise residential buildings
4.2.1. Ventilation systems
4.2.2. Comparison of local and central air conditioning systems
4.2.3. Air conditioning systems for residential part of buildings
4.2.4. Air conditioning systems for public part of buildings
4.3. Peculiarities of ventilation of underground parking lots
4.3.1. Regulatory framework for design of ventilation for closed in parking lots
4.3.2. Traditional approach to general ventilation and possibility of use of jet ventilation
4.3.3. Traditional modern approach to smoke removal and possibility of use of jet ventilation
4.3.4. Use of jet ventilation for smoke removal
4.3.5. Rough estimate of economic feasibility of using jet ventilation for parking garages
4.4. Peculiarities of ventilation and air conditioning systems design for high-rise public buildings
4.4.1. Design parameters
4.4.2. Selection of air conditioning system
4.4.3. Ventilation, air conditioning and cold supply systems
4.5. Calculation of air conditions for high-rise residential building during the year
4.5.1. Source data
4.5.2. Ventilation system's operational modes being analyzed
4.5.3. System of natural exhaust and intake through valves
4.5.4. Systems of natural exhaust and mechanical intake
4.5.5. Mechanical exhaust ventilation with intake through valves
4.5.6. Mechanical exhaust and intake systems
4.5.7. Main conclusions on calculation of air conditions for high-rise residential buildings
Chapter 5. Fire safety
5.1. General
5.1.1. Fire ventilation
5.1.2. Smoke protection
5.2. Fire-fighting water supply
5.3. Fire protection
5.4. Smoke protection
5.4.1. Smoke protection systems for high-rise public buildings
5.4.2. Simplified method for calculation of the required parameters of ventilators supplying air in the ducts
Chapter 6. Water supply, water drainage
6.1. General
6.2. Water supply
6.3. Water drainage
6.4. Peculiarities of design and operation of water supply and drainage systems in high-rise residential buildings
6.4.1. Water supply
6.4.2. Water drainage
Chapter 7. Garbage disposal, clothes supply
7.1. General
7.2. Garbage disposal system
7.3. Clothes supply system
Chapter 8. Automation
8.1. General
8.2. Peculiarities of automation and control systems design in high-rise residential complexes
8.2.1. Operation in independent and shared modes. Protocol selection 8
.2.2. Intellectualization of buildings
8.2.3. Peculiarities of automation of some types of climate control systems
8.2.4. Integration and automation systems with security systems
8.2.5. Integration with power supply system
8.2.6. Engineering and operation
8.3. Example of application of automation and control systems in high-rise residential complexes
8.3.1. Automation system for supply and exhaust ventilation and warm air curtains
8.3.2. Automation systems for central heating point
8.3.3. Fire alarms and automatics system
8.3.4. Access control and burglar alarm system
8.3.5. Video surveillance and digital recording system
Chapter 9. Description of objects
9.1. Residential estate "Alye Parusa"
9.2. Residential estate "Vorobyevy Gory"
9.3. Residential estate "Triumph-Palace"
9.4. Residential estate on Mosfilm street
9.5. Residential estate "Mirax Park"
9.6. High-rise hotel on Krasnoholmskaya strelka
9.7. Underground parking lot of the complex on Paveletskaya square
Appendix 1. Concept for evaluation of efficiency of investments into heat and power supply and energy conservation in buildings
Appendix 2. Determination of local aerodynamic effects on high-rise buildings References

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