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Published in Azusa, Calif .
Written in English


  • Space vehicles -- Propulsion systems.

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StatementPrepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration, contract NAS7-169, September 1964; revised July 1966.
Series[Aerojet-General Corporation] Report -- no. 2736., Aerojet-General Corporation report -- no. 2736.
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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Pagination2 v. in 3 (loose-leaf)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14225648M

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Practical Design of Water Distribution Systems Jeffrey A. Gilbert, P.E. Course Content INDEX Section Title Page MATERIALS 3 DEFINITIONS 3 DUCTILE IRON PIPE 3 PLASTIC PRESSURE PIPE 6 PROTECTION 6 FITTINGS 7 VALVES 8 BOLTS, NUTS and GASKETS 8 DESIGN 8.   Pressurization and Ventilation. Pressurization Perimeter Zone. A dedicated percent outside air unit shall be used to maintain positive pressure. The ventilation air for the perimeter air-handling unit shall be sized based on maximum occupancy with diversity and shall operate continuously during occupied hours and operate at 40 percent capacity during unoccupied hours. Acknowledgments This is the fourth edition of the Water System Design Department of Health (DOH) employees provided valuable insights and suggestions to this publication. SYS-APMEN Chiller System Design and Control 1 Primary System Components Chilled-water systems consist of these functional parts: † Chillers that cool the water or fluid † Loads, often satisfied by coils, that transfer heat from air to water † Chilled-water distribution pumps and pipes that send chilled water to the loads.

Organization of This Book 5. General Pressure and Relief System Design Criteria 7. Relief Design Criteria and Strategy Limitations of the Technology General Pressure Relief Strategy Codes, Standards, and Guidelines Relief Device Types and Operation Relief System Layout Design Flows and. Small HVAC System Design Guide Overview 1 Overview This Design Guide focuses on packaged heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) syst ems up to 10 tons per unit—the most common HVAC systems for small commercial buildings in California. These systems are notorious for consuming more energy than is necessary to properly heat. pressure and wind pressure Maintaining a velocity for an open door condition. Here maintaining a velocity for an opened door is required to hold back the smoke on the fire floor when the door onto the fire floor is open. Getting the right balance for a pressurisation system needs careful design in order for the system to work effectively. This paper proposes a practical design method of vestibule pressurization smoke control systems. This method comprehensively covers the fire scenarios corresponding to every stage of evacuation, namely fire room evacuation, fire floor evacuation and whole building evacuation.