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* A one-stop collection of weather data, essential when designing buildings and HVAC systems in cities with different climates * Includes tables of weather data for cities throughout the US. 355 cities in Canada and Mexico, and 100 cities throughout the rest of the world * The weather data resource for engineers and project managersOne-stop weather database A valuable weather data resource for engineers and project managers, Michael Kjelgaard's Engineering Weather Data is loaded with data you'll find essential for designing buildings and HVAC systems in cities with different climates. You get table after table of important weather statistics, organized by city for easy look-up, including tables of weather data for cities throughout the US -- plus 355 cities in Canada and Mexico, and 100 cities throughout the rest of the world. Material is derived mostly from the National Weather Service (NWS), the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL), and ASHRAE, and includes notes and methodologies for: *ASHRAE Design Conditions *Ventilation Heating and Cooling *Humidification Systems * Bin Data *Degree Day Data *Economizer System Savings *Air to Air Heat Recovery *Engineering Weather Data

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780071370295
ISBN-10: 0071370293
Format: Hardback
(281mm x 213mm x 33mm)
Pages: 656
Imprint: McGraw-Hill Professional
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Publish Date: 1-May-2001
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Michael J. Kjelgaard

Mike Kjelgaard (N. Easton, MA) is a professional engineer with over 12 years experience consulting. He is currently a project manager fro Engineered Systems, Inc. in Boston. He has a background in HVAC system design, design/build, construction, project management, energy cost evaluation & analysis, and construction cost estimating. He is also the editor for the Engineering Weather Data for US Cities newsletter.