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Figure 1022 Typical n-pipe enclosures
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All these heating elements may use either low-pressure steam or hot water as the heating source Either one-pipe or two-pipe distribution systems are used, although two-pipe systems are more common in modern practice Zoning by exposure, using solar compensated sensors, is a frequent practice Electric baseboard radiation is also available It is sometimes more economical, eg, in an all-electric situation or where steam or hot water is not available
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A radiant panel is a heating surface designed to transfer heat primarily by radiation There may also be a convective component, and in the case of oor panels, convective transfer may be predominant Panels may be located in the oor, wall, or ceiling and may occupy part of or all the available area Panel surface temperatures are limited by the physiological response of the building occupants That is, too high a temperature may result in an uncomfortably warm feeling Typical limitations are 80 to 85 F for oor panels, about 100 F for wall panels, and 120 to 130 F for ceiling panels The heating source is hot water or electric resistance heating cable Hot water supply temperatures should be consistent with the panel temperature limitations; for oor panels, eg, the supply water temperature should be no more than 100 F Factory-assembled sidewall and ceiling panels and panel systems are available Most panels are eld-fabricated by using electric heating cable, copper tubing, or steel pipe embedded in the construction For concrete oor panels, steel pipe was traditionally used (3 4 or 1 in), because steel has an expansion coef cient similar to that of concrete Corrosion at the concrete-pipe interface can be severe In recent years, several plastic piping systems for radiant heating have come to market Care must be taken in design, and quality control must be im-
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posed on the installation Electric heating cable may be used Ceiling and wall panels use 1 2- to 3 4-in copper tube or electric cable Air venting is a serious problem, especially with oor panels Control systems are conventional, since radiant-heat-sensitive devices are not readily available Floor panels are very dif cult to control, since the relatively large mass provides a slow response The supply water temperature is sometimes reset on the outside air temperature For a detailed discussion of panel heating, see the ASHRAE Handbook5
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10153 Fan-coil units and unit ventilators
For a discussion of these devices see Chap 11 1016 Heat Pumps
A heat pump is a mechanical refrigeration system arranged and controlled to utilize the condenser heat for some useful purpose, typically space heating Systems may be package or built-up, air-to-air, waterto-air, or water-to-water Earth-coupled systems are also used as a variation of the water-to-water concept
10161 Package heat pumps
A package heat pump is a factory-assembled system designed to provide either heating or cooling, as needed The standard refrigeration cycle is modi ed as shown in Fig 1023 The key to the operation is the reversing valve In the cooling position, refrigerant ow is directed rst to the outdoor coil, which becomes the condenser The liquid refrigerant then bypasses metering device 1 and ows through metering device 2 to the indoor coil The metering device is a thermal expansion valve, throttling tube, or some other method of reducing the pressure The indoor coil then becomes the evaporator, and cooling is provided With the reversing valve in the heating position, refrigerant ow is reversed, the indoor coil becomes the condenser and provides heating; heat is extracted from the outdoor air The changeover from heating to cooling may be automatic but is usually manual Most package heat pumps are air-to-air The heating capacity decreases as the outdoor air temperature decreases While most air-to-air heat pumps will operate satisfactorily down to 0 F outdoors, auxiliary heating will be needed except in very mild climates Figures 1024 and 1025 illustrate the procedure for determining the auxiliary heat required Figure 1024 shows the method of calculating the net heating load as a function of temperature For
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