Friday, July 27, 2012

Free Download Ebook McQuay Chiller Plant Design

Table of Contents

Basic System
Chiller Basics
Piping Basics
Pumping Basics
Cooling Tower Basics
Load Basics
Control Valve Basics
Loop Control Basics
Piping Diversity.

Water Temperatures and Ranges
Supply Air Temperature
Chilled Water Temperature Range
Condenser Water Temperature Range
Temperature Range Trends

Air and Evaporatively Cooled Chillers
Air-Cooled Chillers
Evaporatively Cooled Chillers

Dual Compressor and VFD Chillers
Dual Compressor Chillers
VFD Chillers
System Design Changes

Mechanical Room Safety
Standard 34
Standard 15

Single Chiller System
Basic Operation
Basic Components
Single Chiller Sequence of Operation.

Parallel Chiller System.
Basic Operation
Basic Components
Parallel Chiller Sequence of Operation

Series Chillers
Basic Operation ...................
Basic Components .
Series Chillers Sequence of Operation .
Series Counterflow Chillers.
Using VFD Chillers in Series Arrangements
System Comparison .

Primary/Secondary Systems
Very Large Chiller Plants.
Primary/Secondary Sequence of Operation

Water-Side Free Cooling
Direct Waterside Free Cooling
Parallel Waterside Free Cooling
Series Waterside Free Cooling
Waterside Free Cooling Design Approach
Cooling Tower Sizing
Waterside Free Cooling Sequence of Operation
Economizers and Energy Efficiency

Hybrid Plants
Heat Recovery and Templifiers™
Load Profiles
Heat Recovery Chillers
ASHRAE Standard 90.1

Variable Primary Flow Design
Basic Operation
Basic Components

Variable Primary Flow Sequence of Operation.
Training and Commissioning

Low Delta T Syndrome
Low Delta T Example
Low Delta T Syndrome Causes and Solutions
Other Solutions

Process Applications
Process Load Profiles
Condenser Relief
Winter Design .
Chilled Water Volume
Temperatures and Ranges

Minimum Chilled Water Volume
Estimating System Volume
Evaluating System Volume

The information contained within this document represents the opinions and suggestions of
McQuay  International.    Equipment,  the  application  of  the  equipment,  and  the  system
suggestions  are  offered  by  McQuay  International  as  suggestions  only,  and  McQuay
International does not assume responsibility for the performance of any system as a result of
these suggestions.  Final responsibility for the system design and performance lies with the
system engineer.


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