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Three Books for our Industry 

Controls and Automation for Facilities Managers Applications Engineering

Building owners and managers expect fully automated and energy efficient operations, on line diagnostic of systems parameters to prevent failures, and on line diagnostic of problems prior to exposing occupants to deteriorating environmental conditions. A simple HVAC control is no longer acceptable by current standards.
Controls and Automation for Facilities Managers examines principles and applications of HVAC engineering, outlining information for design, development of operations, logic, systems diagnostics, and building of environmental conditions with reliability and minimum operating cost. The book moves from the principles of mechanical engineering (related to HVAC systems) through DDC applications engineering, thereby summarizing complex topics of electrical engineering for mechanical engineers.
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Networking and Integration of Facilities Automation systems

Facilities increasingly rely on computerized systems to optimize their buildings' systems operation and reduce the costs of maintenance and management. Therefore, facility managers and engineers must rise to the challenge of a new discipline-systems networking and integration-as more and more computerized systems become implemented.

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Controls and Automation for Facilities Managers Efficient DDC Systems Implementation

The first-ever complete guide to project management for facilities managers covers: how to write specifications, evaluate bids, and solve problems; all control and automation systems for new and retrofit buildings; cost-effective, energy-efficient solutions for all HVAC systems; and has complete coverage of single-building systems as well as multibuilding complexes.

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