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Section 1 — ENERGY ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT..........................5 Section 2 — POWER GENERATION............25 Section 3 — HVAC SYSTEMS.......................31 Section 4 — ELECTRICAL & LIGHTING.....37 Section 5 — FACILITIES MANAGEMENT....43 Section 6 — BOOKS ON SALE.....................51 Section 7 — ABOUT AEE.............................61 BOOKS (Alphabetical listing) Advanced Lighting Controls..............................................40 Alternate Energy: Assessment & Implementation Reference Book...................................................................14 Alternative Fuels: The Future of Hydrogen......................14 Bioterrorism: A Guide for Facility Managers....................56 Boiler Operator’s Handbook..............................................48 Boiler Plant & Distribution System Optimization Manual.........................................................50 Business Energy Professional Reference Library CD.......17 Carbon Reduction: Policies, Strategies & Technologies....9 Cogeneration & Small Power Production Manual...........53 Combustion Efficiency Tables...........................................50 Commercial Energy Auditing Reference Handbook........11 Computerized Building Energy Simulation Handbook..24 Control & Instrumentation Technology in HVAC: PCs & Environmental Control......................................................60 Cyber Terrorism: A Guide for Facility Managers..............56 Dictionary of Energy Efficiency Technologies..................54 Disaster Recovery & Planning...........................................56 Effectively Managing Natural Gas Costs...........................60 Efficient Electrical Systems Design Handbook................38 Electrical Distribution Systems.........................................26 Electrical Distribution Engineering..................................53 Electrical Power Systems Technology...............................28 Electrical System Design & Specification Handbook for Industrial Facilities.............................................................38 Electricity & Electronics Fundamentals...........................39 Electronic Digital System Fundamentals.........................39 Emergency & Backup Power Sources................................56 Encyclopedia of Energy Engineering & Technology........23 Energy Conservation Guidebook......................................21 Energy Management Handbook.........................................6 Energy Management Reference Library CD.....................16 Energy Project Financing: Resources & Strategies for Success................................................................................10 Facility Management Reference Library CD....................55 Facility Manager’s Guide to Security: Protecting Your Assets...................................................................................49 Facility Manager’s Handbook............................................47 Fiber Optic Lighting: A Guide for Specifiers.....................42 Fine Tuning Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems..58 Gas Turbine Handbook: Principles and Practice.............27 Green Facilities Handbook: Simple & Profitable Strategies for Managers.........................................................................8 Guide to Electric Power Generation..................................28 Guide to Electrical Power Distribution Systems..............30 Guide to Energy Management...........................................18 Guide to Energy Management: International Version.....18 Guide to Microturbines......................................................29 HVAC & Building Systems Reference Library CD.............36 HVAC Control in the New Millennium.............................59 HVAC Controls: Operation and Maintenance..................34 HVAC Fundamentals..........................................................32 HVAC Procedures & Forms Manual..................................54 Handbook of Energy Engineering.....................................21 Handbook of Energy Audits...............................................10

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www.aeecenter.org/books Handbook of Facility Assessment.....................................49 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells: Advances in Transportation & Power...................................................................................13 Indoor Air Quality Case Studies........................................59 Indoor Air Quality: A Guide for Facility Managers...........33 Industrial Electronics: Devices & Systems........................60 Industrial Process Control Systems..................................46 Information Technology for Energy Managers................52 Investment Grade Energy Audit........................................54 Lighting Controls Handbook.............................................40 Lighting Upgrades: A Guide for Facility Managers..........41 Management, Measurement & Verification of Performance Contracting.........................................................................53 Manager’s Guide to Preventive Building Maintenance...44 Managing Energy Costs: A Behavioral & Non-Technical Approach.............................................................................20 Managing Energy from the Top Down................................7 Managing Indoor Air Quality.............................................33 Manual for Intelligent Energy Services.............................58 Marketing Green Buildings: Guide for Engineering, Construction & Architecture..............................................15 Maximizing Energy Savings & Minimizing Costs............19 Mechanical Estimating Manual: Sheet Metal, Piping & Plumbing.............................................................................35 New Technologies for Energy Efficiency...........................54 Performance Contracting: Expanding Horizons..............24 Plant Engineers & Managers Guide to Energy Conservation.......................................................................22 Power Generation Reference Library CD.........................52 Power Transmission & Distribution..................................30 Practical Controls: A Guide to Mechanical Systems........32 Practical Lubrication for Industrial Facilities...................46 Principles of Controlled Maintenance Management......55 Project Management & Leadership Skills for Engineering & Construction Projects...............................57 Pump Application Deskbook.............................................60 Pump User’s Handbook: Life Extension...........................45 Roofing & Cladding Systems Handbook: A Guide for Facility Managers................................................................58 Rotating Electrical Machines & Power Systems...............57 Rotating Machinery: Practical Solutions to Unbalance & Misalignment......................................................................55 Safety Management: A Guide for Facility Managers........48 Simple Solutions to Energy Calculations..........................15 Slashing Utility Costs Handbook.......................................57 Small Scale Cogeneration Handbook...............................27 Solutions Manual for Guide to Energy Management......19 Steam Turbines for Modern Fossil-Fuel Power Plants.....29 Sustainable Development Handbook...............................13 Testing & Balancing HVAC Air & Water Systems..............34 The Smart Grid: Enabling Energy Efficiency & Demand Response.............................................................................26 Transmission Line Reliability & Security..........................59 User’s Guide to Natural Gas Purchasing & Risk Management.......................................................................57 Variable Speed Drive Fundamentals.................................42 Visions for a Sustainable Energy Future...........................12 Water Quality & Systems: A Guide for Facility Managers.47 Web Based Energy Information & Control Systems........53 Web Based Enterprise Energy & Building Automation Systems................................................................................23 ESCOs Around the World: Lessons Learned in 49 Countries.............................................................................20 WEEC 2008 Proceedings CD..............................................52 WEEC 2009 Proceedings CD..............................................11 Globalcon 2009 Proceedings CD.......................................58 West Coast Energy Management Congress 2009 Proceedings CD..................................................................59

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SECTION 1:

ENERGY ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT Energy Management Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Managing Energy from the Top Down. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Green Facilities Handbook: Simple & Profitable Strategies for Managers. . . . . . 8 Carbon Reduction: Policies, Strategies & Technologies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Handbook of Energy Audits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Energy Project Financing: Resources & Strategies for Success. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Commercial Energy Auditing Reference Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 WEEC 2009 Proceedings CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Visions for a Sustainable Energy Future . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Sustainable Development Handbook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Hydrogen & Fuel Cells: Advances in Transportation & Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Alternative Fuels: The Future of Hydrogen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Alternate Energy: Assessment & Implementation Reference Book. . . . . . . . . . . 14 Marketing Green Buildings: Guide for Engineering, Construction & Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Simple Solutions to Energy Calculations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Energy Management Reference Library CD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Business Energy Professional Reference Library CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Guide to Energy Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Guide to Energy Management: International Version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Solutions Manual for Guide to Energy Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Maximizing Energy Savings & Minimizing Costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 ESCOs Around the World: Lessons Learned in 49 Countries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Managing Energy Costs: A Behavioral & Non-Technical Approach. . . . . . . . . . .20 Handbook of Energy Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Energy Conservation Guidebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Plant Engineers & Managers Guide to Energy Conservation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Web Based Enterprise Energy & Building Automation Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Encyclopedia of Energy Engineering & Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Performance Contracting: Expanding Horizons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Computerized Building Energy Simulation Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24


NOW AVAILABLE – the fully updated new edition of this best-selling reference used by thousands of energy engineers and managers...

ENERGY MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK SEVENTH EDITION By Steve Doty and Wayne C. Turner

Newly revised and edited, this seventh edition includes extensive revisions to seven of its twenty-eight chapters, including those covering waste heat recovery, HVAC systems, energy management and control systems, energy systems maintenance, alternative energy, indoor air quality, and codes, standards and legislation. This comprehensive handbook has become recognized as the definitive stand alone energy manager’s desk reference, used by thousands of energy management professionals throughout the industry. You’ll find coverage of every component of effective energy management, including energy auditing, economic analysis, boilers, steam systems, cogeneration, waste heat recovery, building envelope, HVAC systems, motors and drives / electric energy management, energy management control systems, lighting, energy systems maintenance, insulation systems, alternative energy, sustainability and high performance green buildings, ground-source heat pumps, indoor air quality, utility rates, thermal energy storage, codes and standards, energy legislation, natural gas purchasing, electric deregulation, financing and performance contracting, commissioning, and measurement and verification. Detailed illustrations, tables, graphs and many other helpful working aids are provided throughout.

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ISBN: 0 88173 609-0

8 1/2 x 11, 847 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $245.00

CONTENTS 1 – Introduction Background • The Value of Energy Management • The Energy Management Profession • Some Suggested Principles of Energy Management

2 – Effective Energy Management Energy Management Program • Organizational Structure • Energy Policy • Planning • Audit Planning • Educational Planning • Strategic Planning • Reporting • Ownership

16 – Use of Alternative Energy Solar Energy • Wind Energy • Biomass Energy • Emerging Technologies

17 – Indoor Air Quality Introduction: Why IAQ Is Important to CEMs • IAQ Fundamentals • The Energy Management / IAQ Balance • Summary & Conclusions • Topics for Additional Study

18 – Electric & Gas Utility Rates for Commercial & Industrial Consumers

3 – Energy Auditing Energy Auditing Services • Basic Components of an Energy Audit • Specialized Audit Tools • Industrial Audits • Commercial Audits • Residential Audits • Indoor Air Quality

Utility Costs • Rate Structures • Innovative Rate Type • Calculation of a Monthly Bill • Conducting a Load Study • Effects of Deregulation on Customer Rates

4 – Economic Analysis

19 – Thermal Energy Storage

Objective • General Characteristics of Capital Investments • Sources of Funds • Tax Considerations • Time Value of Money Concepts • Project Measures of Worth • Special Topics • Summary & Additional Example Applications

20 – Codes, Standards and Legislation

Storage Systems • Storage Mediums • System Capacity • Economic Summary

Analysis of Boilers & Fired Systems • Key Elements for Maximum Efficiency • Condensing Boilers • Fuel Considerations

The Energy Independence & Security Act of 2007 • The Energy Policy Act of 2005 • The Energy Policy Act of 1992 • Codes & Standards • Climate Change • Indoor Air Quality Standards • Measurement & Verification • Regulatory & Legislative Issues Impacting Cogeneration & Power

6 – Steam and Condensate Systems

21 – Natural Gas Purchasing

5 – Boilers and Fired Systems

Thermal Properties of Steam • Estimating Steam Usage & Its Value • Steam Traps & Their Application • Condensate Recovery

22 – Control Systems

7 – Cogeneration Cogeneration System Design & Analysis • Computer Programs • U.S. Cogeneration Legislation: PURPA • Evaluating Cogeneration Opportunities: Case Examples

8 – Waste Heat Recovery Waste-Heat Survey • Classifying Waste-Heat Quality • Storage of Waste Heat • Quantifying Waste Heat • Matching Waste Heat Source & Sink • Waste-Heat Exchangers • Commercial Options in Waste-Heat-Recovery Equipment • Emerging Technologies for Waste Heat Recovery

9 – Building Envelope Principles of Envelope Analysis • Metal Elements in Envelope Components • Roofs • Floors • Fenestration • Infiltration • Summarizing Envelope Performance with the Building Load Coefficient • Thermal AWeight@ • Envelope Analysis for Existing Buildings • Envelope Analysis for New Buildings • Envelope Standards for New & Existing Construction

10 – HVAC Systems Surveying Existing Conditions • Human Thermal Comfort • Interactions with HVAC ECO Projects • HVAC System Types • Central Cooling Equipment, Heat Rejection Equipment & Distribution • Impact of Part-Load Operation & Occupancy • HVAC System Electrical Distribution Energy • Humidification Systems • Example HVAC Energy Conservation Opportunities • Reducing System Loads • Estimating HVAC Energy Consumption

Why Automate Control? • Why Optimization? • Technology Classifications • Control Modes • Input/Output Devices •Valves & Dampers • Instrument Accuracy, Repeatability & Drift • Basic Control Block Diagrams • Key Fundamentals of Successfully Applied Automatic Controls • Expected Life of Control Equipment • Control Applications for Saving Energy • Basic Energy-Saving Control Applications • Advanced Energy-Saving Control Applications • Facilities Operations Control Applications • Control System Application Pitfalls to Avoid • Costs & Benefits of Automatic Control • Estimating Savings from Applied Automatic Control

23 – Sustainability & High Performance Green Buildings Beginnings • Sustainability Gives Rise to the Green Buildings Movement • Introducing the LEEC NC Rating System: A Technical Review • LEED for Existing Building Rating System (LEED-EB) Adopted in 2004 • Summary Discussion of Two New LEED Programs • The LEED Process • ASHRAE Guides Developed to Support LEED

24 – Electric Deregulation An Historical Perspective of the Electric Power Industry • The Transmission System & FERC=s Role in Promoting Competition in Wholesale Power • Stranded Costs • Status of State Electric Industry Restructuring Activity • Trading Energy: Marketers & Brokers • The Impact of Retail Wheeling • The Ten-Step Program to Successful Utility Deregulation • Pricing Options for Electric Supply • Aggregation • In-House vs. Outsourcing Energy Services

25 – Financing and Performance Contracting

11 – Motors, Drives & Electric Energy Management Power Supply • Effects of Unbalanced Voltages on Performance of Motors • Effect of Performance-General • Motors • Glossary of Frequently Occurring Motor Terms • Power Factor • Special High Efficiency Motor Designs • Electrical Motor Performance at Part Load • Determining Electric Motor Operating Loads • Power Meter • Approximate Motor Load from Slip Measurement • Approximate Motor Load from Amperage Readings • Electric Motor Efficiency • Comparing Motors • Sensitivity of Load to Motor RPM • Efficiency Losses of Drive Loads • Variable Frequency Drives • Motor Power Consumption When Throttling • Theoretical Power Consumption • Motormaster

12 – Energy Management Control Systems Energy Management Systems • Justification of EMCSs • Systems Integration

13 – Lighting Lighting Fundamentals • Process to Improve Lighting Efficiency • Maintenance • New Technologies & Products • Special Considerations • Daylighting • Common Retrofits

14 – Energy Systems Maintenance Developing the Maintenance Program • Why Perform Energy, Facility & Process Systems Maintenance? • Developing & Implementing a Preventive Maintenance Plan

15 – Industrial Insulation Fundamentals of Thermal Insulation Design Theory • Insulation Materials • Insulation Selection • Insulation Thickness Determination • Insulation Economics

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Preface • Natural Gas as a Fuel • Buying Natural Gas • New Frontiers for the Gas Industry

Financial Arrangements: A Simple Example • Financial Arrangements: Details & Terminology • Applying Financial Arrangements: A Case Study • APros@ & ACons@ of Each Financial Arrangement • Characteristics that Influence Which Financial Arrangement Is Best • Incorporating Strategic Issues When Selecting Financial Arrangements • Perspectives of Owners & Performance Contractors: Both Sides of the Story

26 – Commissioning Commissioning for Energy Management • Commissioning Definitions • The Commissioning Process in Existing Buildings • Commissioning Measures • Ensuring Optimum Building Performance • Commissioning New Buildings for Energy Management • For Additional Information

27 – Measurement & Verification of Energy Savings M&V Method Selection • History of M&V • Performance Contracts • Overview of Measurement &Verification Methods • Cost Reduction Strategies • M&V Sampling Strategies

28 – Ground-Source Heat Pumps Applied to Commercial Buildings Introduction to Ground-Source Heat Pumps • About the Technology • Application • Technology Performance • Hypothetical Case Studies • The Technology in Perspective Appendices, Index

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Gain a clearer understanding of the correlation between effective energy management and business performance...

MANAGING ENERGY FROM THE TOP DOWN: CONNECTING INDUSTRIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY TO BUSINESS PERFORMANCE By Christopher Russell In a world with increasingly constrained resources, energy captures top management attention. Using language that is accessible to as many readers as possible, this book explains the connection between energy and business performance. Corporate leaders, production managers, machine operators, policy advocates, and technology providers will all learn how day to day choices relate to the risks and rewards of energy use. Concise, to-the-point chapters explain how energy is invested, preserved, and ultimately positioned to create wealth. Hard nosed business leaders should appreciate the section with examples that show a strong financial case for energy improvements, including the save or buy criterion, the economic penalty for “doing nothing,” the break even cost, and the budget for supporting design and analysis work. Managing Energy from the Top Down is written with the goal of making the challenges and opportunities of energy use accessible to all readers that have a stake in industrial competitiveness. ORDER CODE: 0633

ISBN: 0-88173-625-2

6 x 9, 159 pp. Illus. Hardcover, $92.00

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5 – Developing an Energy Strategy

Do the Right Thing! • An Engineering Project or a Management Process? • Organizational Attributes, Strategies & Outcomes • Energy Solutions: In-House or Outsource? • Risk, Time & Money: The Executive Energy Tool Kit • Adventures in Energy Management: Ten Case Studies • What Does an Energy 2 – What’s at Stake Ask Not What Can You Save, But What Will You Manager Do? • Energy Management: How Save • Business Risks for Energy Consumers Well Are You Doing? • The Promise & Challenge of Life-Cycle Cost 6 – How Does the Money Work? • Embedded Energy • Beware of AFugitive@ Energy At-Risk: Save or Buy? • Capital Energy • The Competitor Within Investment, Capital Projects • Energy Management Without a Capital Budget • Simple 3 – Overcoming Barriers Payback: Wrong Tool for the Task? • The Cost Why Do We Resist Energy Efficiency? • How Did of Doing Nothing • Break-Even Cost: The We Get Here, & How Do We Regain Control? • Limit to Capital Investment • Determining Why Public Policy Is Weak Medicine for High a Budget for Additional Energy Analysis Energy Costs • AWe’re Already as Efficient as we Can Be?@ • ARear-View Mirror@ Energy 7 – Lessons & Outcomes Management • In Management to Blame? • How to ADo Nothing@ About Energy Costs • Energy Lessons: The Columbia Disaster • The Seven Deadly Sins of Energy Cost Control The Evolution of Sustainable Business • • The Seven Steps to Successfule Energy Cost Sustainability & the Triple Bottom Line • The Hunters & Farmers of Energy Savings Control Money to Burn: Why Manufacturing Profits Go Up in Smoke • Energy is Wealth • How Does Energy Use Affect Business Performance? • Where Does Industrial Energy Go? • How Waste Raises the APrice@ of Energy

4 – Change Wanted: Amnesty for Yesterday’s Energy Waste • An Entitlement Under Fire • Questions & Answers About Energy Audits • Move Forward of Fall Behind • Energy Management: Two Philosophies, Two Outcomes • Some Can, Some Can’t (Control Energy Costs)

Appendix I: The New World of Energy Procurement

Appendix II: Electricity Deregulation Explained for the Industrial Consumer Index

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Get up to speed on strategies you can implement right away to make your organization a part of the growing, profitable green economy...

GREEN FACILITIES HANDBOOK: SIMPLE & PROFITABLE STRATEGIES FOR MANAGERS By Eric A. Woodroof, Ph.D. Meeting a need in the marketplace for information on both how to operate a sustainable facility and also on carbon reduction, this book will explore why green business is good business, as well as the practical strategies to green your operations in specific areas. Written with the goal of helping you get started right away, the author’s approach is to showcase many of the profitable green ideas that businesses can implement quickly. Practical, economical tactics in the areas of water, cleaning, transportation, sustainable design, landscaping, recycling, solar, financing and marketing are examined in an engaging and easy to understand manner. These strategies are designed to allow you to increase your profits AND reduce your organization’s environmental impact, from the board room to the boiler room. The book addresses carbon reduction terminology, monitoring and reporting, as well as carbon trading and offset strategies. Financing and “green” marketing will also be covered. ISBN: 0-88173-607-4

6 x 9, 300 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $110.00

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–———————— CONTENTS ————————— PART I: Opportunities to “Green” Your Business 1 – Easy Way to “Green” Business 2 – Green Certification Checklist 3 – Energy Conservation & Audits 4 – How to Implement a Solar Photovoltaic Project 5 – Green Transportation 6 – Water Efficiency Measures 7 – Sustainable Development & Green Landscaping 8 – Recycling Guide 9 – Green Cleaning

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PART II: Getting Projects Implemented 10 – Financing Projects & Avoiding Delays 11 – Get Solar on Your Roof for Free: The Power Purchase Agreement 12 – Key Tips for Solar Projects from the Solar Energy Power Association 13 – How Green Projects Affect Stock Prices 14 – Overcoming the Barriers that Delay “Good” Projects Index

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Find out how you can incorporate effective carbon reduction practices into your energy management projects...

CARBON REDUCTION: POLICIES, STRATEGIES AND TECHNOLOGIES By Stephen A. Roosa, Ph.D. and Arun G. Jhaveri, Ed.D. In this time of increasingly pressing concern about global climate change and its potentially irreversible and detrimental impacts on the world’s population, it is considered urgent to find effective means for significantly reducing local, regional, national and international greenhouse gas emissions in homes, businesses, industries and communities around the planet. This book, first of all, describes in clear, concise and understandable terms the nature and scope of the climate change problem. The authors then combine their considerable expertise to offer specific guidelines for defining and applying the most effective carbon reduction policies, strategies and technologies. Finally, they propose a well-defined blue print or road map for an action plan for use by practicing engineers, scientists, technicians, managers, and decision makers, which can be implemented to help control and abate the alarming increases in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. ORDER CODE: 0614

ISBN: 0-88173-603-1

6 x 9, 272 pp. Illus. Hardcover, $125.00

–———————— CONTENTS ————————— 1 – The Importance of Reducing Carbon Emissions Increased Use of Carbon-Based Fuels • Carbon Emissions • The Costs of Reducing U.S. Carbon Emissions • Potential for Reducing Carbon Emissions • Transportation Systems 2 – The Problem of Climate Change Basics of Climate Change • Conceptual Framework • The Problem of Carbon Dioxide • Links Between Fossil Fuels & Carbon Emissions • Costs of Adjustment Strategies 3 – The Environmental Impacts of Carbon Emissions Sources of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide • CarbonInduced Environmental Concerns • Deforestation • The Kyoto Protocol • U.S. Initiatives & Reactions to the Kyoto Protocol • The Montreal Protocol • Diseases 4 – Governmental Carbon Reduction Programs Initiatives by Federal Governments • International PublicPrivate Partnerships • Regional Initiatives in the U.S. • State Programs in the U.S. 5 – Local Carbon Reduction Policies Local Impact of Carbon Emissions • Local Governmental Policies • Cities Going Green • Austin City Limits on Carbon • Cambridge Community Carbon Reduction Project • Ranking Cities Based on Their Carbon Emissions • Public & Private Sector Partnerships • International Local Governmental Initiatives 6 – Carbon Strategies for Buildings Concept of Green Buildings • Green Building Construction Practices • Green Construction Methodologies • Building Preservation • Green Building Rating Systems • Energy Star Buildings • Zero Energy Buildings • Net Positive Energy Buildings • Carbon Neutral Construction 7 – Technologies that Reduce CO2 Impact Potential Impact of Alternative Energy • Energy Systems & Their Importance in Reducing Atmospheric Carbon • Alternative Energy as A Carbon Reduction Solution • Technologies for Water Conservation • Landfill Gas Extraction • Electrical Energy Storage • Distributed Generation • Nuclear Energy • Questionable Technologies 8 – Carbon Sequestration Technologies Enhancement of Natural Process & Geoengineering • Carbon Sequestration Technologies & Procedures • Enhanced Oil Recovery • Zero Emission Coal Technologies • Carbon Sequestration in Oceans • Processing CO2 Using Algae • Agricultural Methane Capture • Alternatives to Sequestration

9 – Corporate Carbon Reduction Programs The Automobile Industry • Utility Companies • Service Industries • Green Banking & Financial Service • Supply Chain Assessments • The Dark Side of Carbon Credits 10 – Industrial & Manufacturing Carbon Reduction Technologies Impact of Industrial Carbon Emissions • The Metrics of Carbon Reduction • Modeling Systems • Special Application for the Industrial Sector • Industrial Carbon Reduction Technologies • Utility case Studies • Manufacturing Going Green 11 – Organizational Structures & Resources Organizational Structures • Internal & External Resources • Leadership & Decision-Making Processes • Developing Interdisciplinary Teams 12 – Action Plan for Implementing Carbon Reduction Developing a Carbon Reduction Management Plan • Real World Results of Carbon Reduction Programs • Replicable Models • What to Do When Strategies Fail 13 – Creative Financial Approaches to Carbon Reduction Carbon Offsets as a Financial Incentive • Costs of Carbon Capture Systems • Financial Solutions to Carbon Reduction • Energy Savings Performance Contracts • Creating a AWin-Win@ Energy Efficiency Savings Plan 14 – Implementing Successful Carbon Reduction Programs Strategic Planning • Cap & Trade Programs • Carbon Emissions Trading Mechanisms vs. Emissions Taxes • Transportation Systems & Alternatives 15 – The Future of Carbon Reduction Programs Reducing Carbon Emissions • Information Tools for Sustainable Solutions • Reducing Carbon Emissions: Future Strategies • Merging Local, State & Federal Government Policies • Carbon Markets • The Future of Energy Substitutes • Redesigning Buildings with Carbon Reduction Practices • Advances in Electric Utility Systems Bibliography, Appendix, Index

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The complete master handbook on the principles and practices of energy auditing – now published in its 8th edition...

HANDBOOK OF ENERGY AUDITS EIGHTH EDITION By Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M., William J. Younger, C.E.M., and Terry Niehus, P.E., C.E.M

This best selling handbook is the most comprehensive and practical reference available on energy auditing in buildings and industry. This latest edition includes revisions throughout covering ASHRAE Level 1 and 2 energy audits, as well as a new chapter on water conservation. Topics include energy assessment and computer software that will guide you in planning and carrying out a thorough and accurate energy audit of any type of facility, including electrical, mechanical and building systems analysis. Clear, easy to follow instructions guide you through accounting procedures, rate of return and life cycle cost analysis. Also covered is information on understanding your utility bill and using that knowledge to trim your energy costs. Loaded with forms, checklists and handy working aids, this book is must reading for anyone responsible for conducting or overseeing a facility energy audit. ISBN: 0 88173 621-X ORDER CODE: 0635

6 x 9, 491 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $125.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Energy Auditing Basics 2 – Energy Accounting & Analy­sis 3 – Understanding the Utility Bill 4 – Energy Economics 5 – Survey Instrumentation 6 – The Building Envelope 7 – The Electrical System Au­dit 8 – The Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning Audit 9 – Upgrading HVAC Systems for Energy Efficiency 10 – The Physical Plant Audit 11 – Central Plant Retrofit Con­sid­er­ations 12 – Maintenance & Energy Au­dits 13 – Self-Evaluation Checklists 14 – In Transition from Energy Audits to Industrial Assessments 15 – A Compendium of Handy Working Aids 16 – En­ergy Auditing Software Directory 17 – World Class Energy Assessments 18 – Water Conservation Index

Use the latest innovative project financing strategies and methods to guide your project to success...

ENERGY PROJECT FINANCING: RESOURCES AND STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS By Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M., and Eric Woodroof, Ph.D., C.E.M.

This practical application reference was written to provide a resource for those seeking to utilize the innovative methods now available to finance energy projects. The full scope of current project financing practices are fully examined and assessed, including coverage of energy service performance contracting, rate of return analysis, measurement and verification of energy savings, and more. You’ll get the facts you need to assess a project’s payback in advance, anticipate and avoid potential risks and/or hidden costs, and assure that your energy project is an overall economic success. ISBN: 0-88173-597-3 ORDER CODE: 0610 PAGE 10

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Background on the Need for Financing Energy Projects 2 – A Simple Example to Introduce the Basic Financial Arrangements 3 – Choosing the Right Financing for Your Energy Efficiency and Green Projects with ENERGY STAR® 4 – Financing Energy Projects Through Performance Contracting 5 – The Power Purchase Agreement (PC for Solar) 6 – Selling Projects to Financiers 7 – Key Risk and Structuring Provisions for Bankable Transactions 8 – When Firms Publicize Energy Management Projects, Their Stock Prices Go Up 9 – Overcoming the 3 Main Barriers to Energy Efficiency or “Green” Projects Appendices, Index

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Your complete guide to performing energy audits for all types of commercial fa­cilities...

COMMERCIAL ENERGY AUDITING REFERENCE HANDBOOK By Steve Doty, P.E., C.E.M. This practical desk reference for energy engineers and managers is designed to serve as a comprehensive resource for per­forming energy audits in commercial fa­cilities. Although there are no “typical” commer­cial buildings, the book begins with the premise that when commer­cial fa­cilities are subdivided into categories based on business type, many useful patterns can be identified that become gen­erally appli­cable to the performance of an effective energy audit. Hence, discussion of pro­ce­dures and guidelines is provided for a wide range of business and building types, such as schools and colleges, res­tau­rants and fast food, hospitals and medical facilities, grocery stores, laboratories, lodging, apartment buildings, office buildings, retail, public safety, data centers, churches and religious facilities, libraries, laundries, ware­houses and more. All focal areas of the building energy audit and assessment are covered, including building envelope, lighting, HVAC, controls, heat recovery, thermal storage, electrical sys­ tems and utilities. ISBN: 0-88173-567-1 ORDER CODE: 0597

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Benchmarking 2 – Reading Energy Use Graphs 3 – Energy Saving Opportunities by Business Type 4 – Manufacturing 5 – ECM Descriptions 6 – Utility Rate Components 7 – Automatic Control Strategies 8 – Building Operations & Maintenance 9 – Quantifying Savings 10 – Sustaining Savings 11 – Mechanical Systems 12 – Motors & Electrical Information 13 – Combustion Equipment & Systems 14 – Compressed Air 15 – Fan & Pump Drives 16 – Lighting 17 – Envelope Information 18 – Water & Domestic Water Heating 19 – Weather Data 20 – Pollution & Greenhouse Gases 21 – Formulas & Conversions Appendix, Index

WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS 2009 PROCEEDINGS CD Held November 4-6, 2009 at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC – Association of Energy Engineers Published in Adobe Acrobat PDF® format, this CD contains contributions from more than 165 top experts spanning virtually every area of commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental energy management. Papers cover a broad spectrum of topics, including green and sustainable facility design/retrofit, advances in lighting efficiency, HVAC optimization, motor efficiency, steam system optimization, building commissioning, power quality, building automation, energy information systems, renewable energy applications, load profiling, cogeneration, distributed generation, fuel cell advances, photovoltaic applications, smart insulation, high performance facility planning, LEED® certification, federal energy management, indoor air quality developments, performance contracting and project financing, and much more. Numerous case histories of successful projects both in the U.S. and abroad are included. Complete contents available online at www.aeecenter.org/books. CD ORDER CODE: 0638

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VISIONS FOR A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE By Mark Gabriel This book offers a unique insight into the corporate health of energy companies in an evolving land­scape of deregulation. Cutting across both his­torical and present-day situations, it demonstrates important el­ements vital to the success of energy companies coming out of a safe regulated structure, and dealing with a new, competitive environment. Targeted at corporate ex­ecutives, energy pro­fessionals, the financial and investment communities, stra­te­gic planners, and regulators, readers will find this resource helpful to understand how energy companies can meet the challenges of a competitive environment, what it will take to evolve into healthy energy companies, the impacts of de­regu­lation and assessment of successful and unsuccessful strategies for energy com­pa­nies, the role of technology in business/product re-invention and a successful business model, and the differences and simi­larities of elec­tricity to other commodities-the challenges to generation, power de­liv­ery, en­vi­ron­men­tal science and end-use sectors of the business. ORDER CODE: 0579

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–———————— CONTENTS ————————— 1 – Megatrends and the Energy Horizon

5 – The Destiny of Carbon Constraints and Capacity Demands

Market trends vs. Megatrends • Current Crossroads: The Electric Sector Today • Energy Business Capital Expenditures as a Percent of Revenue • Inherent Conflicts in the Electricity Sector • Relieving the Conflict

Supply-Side Issues and the Carbon Conflict • Fueling the Future: Facing the Conflict • Incentives to Help Replace Conflict and Costly Compliance • Succeeding with the Megatrend of Conflict

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The Regulatory Dilemma • Electricity Company Responses to Deregulation: Invest in the New • Finding the Right (and Profitable) Customer Compact • Turning a Megatrend into Business Opportunity • Competitive Regulation: The Infrastructure Investment Model

7 – The Destiny of Customer Engagement

Our National Power Grid…Now • The Vision—Enhanced Power Flow with Digital Control • Succeeding with the Megatrend of Connectivity

It’s Your Father’s Energy Interface • The Intelligent Energy Portal • The Art of Energy Developing a Stable Business Model • The Art Efficiency and Smart Control • Succeeding of Business Reinvention: A Classic and Stable with the Megatrend of Choice Business Model • The Unique Attributes of 8 – The Destination: A Transformed the Electricity Industry • Succeeding with the Electricity Sector Destiny of Business Evolution A Vision for the Industry’s Future • Transformative Paths in Telecommunications • 4 – The Destiny of Demographics The Aging Workforce—A Gap of Knowledge • Getting There from Here • A Healthy Balance Growing Population Shifts: A Booming Retire- • Repair, Replace, Rebuild vs. Investing in ment Issue • Increased Consumer Demand: A Innovation • Building a Model for the Future Boomer Phenomenon • Succeeding with the • Conclusion • Ten Ideas for the Future Destiny of Demographics Index

3 – The Destiny of Energy Business Evolution

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Learn how to plan and manage successful sustainable development projects…

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT HANDBOOK By Stephen A. Roosa, Ph.D. Sustainable development is a concept that in­ cor­po­rates energy, urban man­agement, en­vi­ ron­men­tal ob­jectives, policy integration, and the idea that effective solutions can be achieved in a cooperative manner with con­certed effort. Now gaining momentum on the world stage, sus­tainable development is be­ginning to sig­nifi­ cantly re­de­fine the policies and de­cision making of both cor­po­rations and gov­ern­men­tal entities. Sustainability de­vel­opment ini­tiatives can vary widely in both scope and appli­cation, as well as success. This book is in­tended to clarify critical issues, proven approaches and potential pitfalls asso­ciated with such ini­tiatives, cov­ering underlying con­cepts, re­newable en­ergy solutions, environmental issues, green design and LEED® pro­grams, sustainable in­dus­trial pro­cesses, sus­ tainable development policy con­sid­er­ations, local gov­ernment pro­grams, cor­po­rate pro­grams, tracking re­sults, and future trends. ISBN: 0-88173-565-5 ORDER CODE: 0594

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – What Is Sustainable De­vel­opment? 2 – Sustainable Development: A New Social Concept 3 – The Environment & Sustainable Development 4 – Sustainable Buildings 5 – Sustainable Energy So­lutions 6 – Corporate Sustainability Pro­grams 7 – Local Politics for Sustainable Development 8 – How Sustainable Development Policies Affect Planning 9 – Tracking Local Sustainable Development 10 – Learning from Las Vegas 11 – International Sustainability 12 – What the Future Holds: Cre­ating a Sustainable World Bibliography, Appendices, Index

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HYDROGEN & FUEL CELLS: ADVANCES IN TRANSPORTATION & POWER By Michael F. Hordeski The hydrogen car has been proposed as the solution to our oil problems, but how would it work, and what potential problems associated with it? This book attempts to address these questions, and to provide specifics about current developments toward a hydrogen-based energy infrastructure. In a major push to establish and commercialize fuel cell technologies,most major auto manufacturers are investing billions in development programs. A less public, but perhaps more important development is occurring in stationary power sources that use fuel cell technology. What would a hydrogen infrastructure look like? Fueling stations could be small electrolysis plants that produce hydrogen from water. Photovoltaic cells could also be used at fueling stations to power for electrolysis. Hydrogen fueling stations have already opened in California, Washington, DC and Europe. The technology is being pushed by economics as oil prices continue to rise with dwindling supplies. This book offers the reader an informed look at the current state of fuel cell power and transportation technology, and where it’s headed. ISBN: 0-88173-561-2 6 x 9, 290 pp, Illus Hardcover, $115.00 ORDER CODE: 0612

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – The Energy Evolution 2 – Energy & Changes in the Environment 3 – Alternative Fuel Sources 4 – Hydrogen Sources 5 – Transportation Fuel Cells 6 – Power Generation 7 – Heating & Cooling Energy 8 – The Power & Transportation Future Index

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ALTERNATIVE FUELS: THE FUTURE OF HYDROGEN SECOND EDITION By Michael F. Hordeski Newly revised with a new chapter on trends in fuel and energy, this book will address many of the factors affecting our energy use, including the availability and desirability of various fuelsespecially the use of hydrogen. Topics include energy policy, fuel supply trends, statistics and projections, oil reserves, alternative scenarios, energy utilization, sustainable energy, cost analysis, fuel escalation, energy and development, regulatory issues, barriers to implementation, conversion systems, storage systems, thermodynamic efficiency, fuel chain efficiency, life-cycle efficiency, technology issues extracting, refining, air emission issues, safety, natural gas hydrogen gas, methanol, ethanol, steam reforming and fuel cells. ISBN: 0-88173-595-7 ORDER CODE: 0615

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Fuels & Trends 2 – The Evolution of Oil 3 – Fuel & Autos 4 – Fuels for the Auto 5 – The New Transportation 6 – Fuels & the En­vi­ronment 7 – Hydrogen Sources, Biomass & Wind Power 8 – Alternative Fuel Paths & Solar Hydrogen 9 – Infrastructure Choices & Nuclear Hydrogen 10 – Trends in Fuels & Energy Technology

Get up to speed on the complete spectrum of future energy technologies and their true market potential…

ALTERNATE ENERGY: ASSESSMENT & IMPLEMENTATION REFERENCE BOOK By James J. Winebrake, Ph.D. Here’s your opportunity to look into the fu­ture of en­ergy tech­nologies, with em­pha­sis on al­ter­ native, or non-con­ven­tional tech­nologies, their po­ten­tial im­pacts, and the tech­nical, eco­nomic and policy issues that will affect their successful in­te­gration into global energy mar­kets. In­ter­ na­tional in scope, the book ex­am­ines both the tech­nical and non-tech­nical as­pects of emerging tech­nologies. De­tailed tech­nology assessments for spe­cific al­ter­native en­ergy re­sources are pre­sented. An over­view of the problems asso­ ciated with con­ven­tional en­ergy con­sumption is in­cluded, as well as an in­sightful dis­cussion of tech­nology imple­men­tation issues from the author’s own well-in­formed and cautiously op­ti­ mis­tic perspective. ISBN: 0-88173-436-5 ORDER CODE: 0515 PAGE 14

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Introduction 2 – Lighting Technology Roadmap 3 – Commercial Buildings Technology Roadmap 4 – Residential Building Technology Roadmap 5 – Windows Industry Technology Roadmap 6 – Hydrogen Energy Technology Roadmap 7 – Biomass Technology Roadmap 8 – Small Wind Power Energy Roadmap 9 – Solar Electric Power Technology Roadmap 10 – Conclusion: Learning from Roadmaps Index

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Learn the most effective strategies for marketing and selling green building projects in the commercial buildings marketplace…

MARKETING GREEN BUILDINGS: GUIDE FOR ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION & ARCHITECTURE By Jerry Yudelson Engineers, architects and contractors seeking to expand their involvement in the green buildings market need a firm grounding in the marketing strategies and tactics which are being used most successfully in this spe­cialized and growing field. This book is in­tended to serve as an effective tool for pro­fessional green building enthusiasts and ad­vo­cates in presenting green design fea­tures, sustainable strategies and new prod­ucts to the potential green building client. The au­thor addresses key questions such as: How is green building marketing different from other types of pro­fessional service mar­keting? What tools and techniques from con­ven­tional mar­keting can be used to greater effect in mar­ keting green buildings? What is the size and potential of the green buildings market? And how should a firm position it­self to succeed in this growing mar­ket­place? You’ll find clear de­scriptions of successful strategies and approaches to mar­keting and selling green building-re­lated services, as well as up-to-date information on the role of LEED® in green building projects. ISBN: 0-88173-528-0 ORDER CODE: 0569

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Introduction 2 – Today’s Green Building Market 3 – Industry Growth to Date 4 – Forecasting Demand for Green Buildings 5 – The Business Case for Green Buildings 6 – Experiences of Green Marketing 7 – Vertical Markets for Green Buildings 8 – Demand for Green Building Measures 9 – Understanding Marketing Strategies 10 – Understanding Segmentation, Targeting, Positioning & Differentiation 11 – Selling Green Buildings 12 – Marketing Green Developments 13 – Looking to the Future: Sustainable Engineering Design 14 – Marketing Services for LEED-EB Projects 15 – Marketing Services for LEED CI Projects 16 – Marketing Services for Future LEED Products 17 – The Role of the Professional Engineer in Energy Star® 18 – Forecasts of Demand for LEED Projects 19 – The People Problem in Marketing Professional Services Appendix, Index

SIMPLE SOLUTIONS TO ENERGY CALCULATIONS FOURTH EDITION By Richard Vaillencourt Updated with new material on thermodynamics that provides a blueprint on controlling energy use in buildings, this ref­ erence will save countless hours doing energy fea­si­bility studies and associated calculations. The author, a prac­ticing en­gi­neer, will share with you his secrets for sim­pli­fying com­plex energy calculations, and show you how to use his unique, time-saving meth­ods. You’ll learn how to cut through the maze of detail using concise, inno­vative decision-making tools to de­ter­mine whether you should investreal time and money into developing details of a project under con­sid­er­ation. Key topics covered include “energy myths and magic,” the walk-through audit, lighting, pumps, fans, motors, insulation, fuel switching, heat re­cov­ery, HVAC and a summary of energy calculations. ORDER CODE: 0603

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ENERGY MANAGEMENT REFERENCE LIBRARY CD / THIRD EDITION Including over 2100 pages of text, graphics, charts and illus­trations, the Energy Man­ agement Ref­erence Li­brary CD pro­vides an eco­nomical training, re­s earch and ref­ erence re­source for today’s en­ergy pro­fessional. In­dexed with book­ marks for con­ve­nient navi­gation, the CD-ROM con­tains the following four com­plete books in Adobe PDF® for­mat: CD ORDER CODE: 0636 PRICE: $450.00

ENERGY MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK, 7TH Edition By Steve Doty and Wayne C. Turner This comprehensive 800+ page handbook has become recognized as the definitive stand-alone energy manager’s desk reference, used by thousands of energy management professionals throughout in­dus­try.

GUIDE TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT, 6TH Edition By Barney Capehart, Wayne Turner, and William Kennedy This best selling book provides a manager’s guide to the most im­por­ tant areas of energy cost cutting. Written by three of the most re­spected energy pro­fessionals in the industry, it examines the fun­da­men­tal objectives of energy management, and illustrates tools and techniques proven effective for achieving results.

SOLUTIONS MANUAL FOR GUIDE TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT, 6TH Edition By Klaus-Dieter E. Pawlik This practical study guide serves as a valuable companion text, pro­ viding worked out solutions to all of the problems presented in Guide to Energy Management Sixth Edition.

HANDBOOK OF ENERGY ENGINEERING, 6TH Edition By Albert Thumann and D. Paul Mehta This reference will guide you step by step in applying the principles of energy engineering and management to the design of electrical, HVAC, utility, pro­cess and building systems for both new design and retrofit projects. NOTE: The Energy Management Reference Library CD uses Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) software. To access the CD, you must have a CD-ROM Drive, and have Adobe Acrobat® Reader installed on your computer. This software may be downloaded free from www.adobe.com.

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BUSINESS ENERGY PROFESSIONAL REFERENCE LIBRARY CD We are pleased to offer this com­pre­hen­sive 6-vol­ume reference li­brary, specifically designed to pro­vide an eco­nomical training, re­search and ref­erence re­source for pro­fessionals in­volved in the non-tech­nical as­pects of energy man­agement. Pro­viding over 2300 pages of text, graphics, charts and illus­trations, this easy-access CD-ROM is in­dexed with book­marks for con­ve­nient navi­gation. Business En­ergy Pro­fessional Ref­ erence Library CD con­tains the following six com­plete books in Adobe PDF® for­mat:

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DICTIONARY OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY TECHNOLOGIES

By Michael F. Hordeski This comprehensive reference addresses the diverse topics that form the back­bone of energy conservation in a time-saving dictionary format. Printed hard­cover also available, price: $130.00

HANDBOOK OF FINANCING ENERGY PROJECTS,

By Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M., and Eric Woodruff, Ph.D., C.E.M. An excellent resource for those seeking to utilize the innovative methods now available to finance energy efficiency projects. Printed hardcover also available, price: $92.00

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR ENERGY MANAGERS

Edited by Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. Comprehensive in scope, this reference addresses all of the most sig­nifi­cant energy and facility-relevant IT concepts you’ll typically need to take your op­erations to the “next level.” Printed hardcover also available, price: $145.00

INVESTMENT GRADE ENERGY AUDIT

By Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D., and James W. Brown, P.E. Provides detailed guidelines on how to use the “investment grade audit” (IGA), which enables prediction of savings with much greater accuracy than the tra­di­ tional energy audit. Printed hardcover also available, price: $95.00

NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

By Michael F. Hordeski This important book details the tools and technologies available for in­cor­po­rating smaller, clean, efficient energy-generating technologies into your en­ergy man­ agement plan. Printed hardcover also available, price: $88.00

WEB BASED ENERGY INFORMATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS

By Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. This book documents operational experience with web based systems in actual facilities and in varied applications. Printed hardcover also available, price: $160.00 NOTE: The Business Energy Professional Reference Library CD uses Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) software. To access the CD, you must have a CD-ROM Drive, and have Adobe Acrobat® Reader installed on your computer. This software may be down­loaded free from www.adobe.com.

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Three leading experts guide you every step of the way in planning and implementing energy management strategies designed for the 21st century...

GUIDE TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT SIXTH EDITION Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M., Wayne C. Turner, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M., and William J. Kennedy, Ph.D., P.E.

Bringing to the forefront the most critical areas of effective energy cost cutting, this fully updated edition of this best-selling energy manager’s guide provides the very latest strategies for improving lighting, combustion processes, steam generation/distribution, and industrial waste re-utilization. Written by three of the most respected energy professionals in the industry, this book examines the core objectives of effective energy management, and clearly illustrates the techniques and tools proven most effective in achieving results. Topics include distributed generation, energy auditing, rate structures, economic evaluation techniques, lighting efficiency improvement, HVAC optimization, combustion and use of industrial wastes, steam generation and distribution system performance, control systems and computers, energy systems maintenance, renewable energy, and industrial water management. ISBN: 0-88173-605-8

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Introduction to Energy Management 2 – The Energy Audit Process: An Overview 3 – Understanding Energy Bills 4 - Economic Analysis & Life Cycle Costing 5 - Lighting 6 – Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning 7 – Understanding and Managing Boilers 8 – Steam Distribution Systems 9 – Control Systems and Computers 10 – Energy Systems Maintenance 11 – Insulation 12 – Process Energy Management 13 – Renewable Energy Sources and Water Management 14 – Distributed Generation 15 – Web-Based Building Automation Controls and Energy Information Systems 16 – Creating Green Buildings Appendix, Index

GUIDE TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL VERSION Barney L. Capehart, Wayne C. Turner, and William J. Kennedy

The new international version of Guide to Energy Management includes all material cov­ ered in the standard edition, but numerical data and cal­cu­lations are ex­pressed in Système In­ter­na­tional (SI) units.

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SOLUTIONS MANUAL FOR GUIDE TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT SIXTH EDITION By Klaus-Dieter E. Pawlik This practical study guide serves as a valuable com­ pan­ion text, pro­viding worked out solutions to all of the problems presented in Guide to Energy Man­ agement, Sixth Edition. Covering each chap­ter in se­quence, the au­thor has provided detailed in­structions to guide you through every step in the problem solving process. You’ll find all the help you need to fully master and apply the state-of-the-art con­cepts and strat­egies presented in Guide to Energy Management. ORDER CODE: 0619

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Get the facts on easy-to-implement energy strategies to maximize your energy savings today...

MAXIMIZING ENERGY SAVINGS & MINIMIZING COSTS By John Studebaker, Ph.D. There are so many different (so-called) energy “fixes” available today, that many energy users are hesitant to do anything because of the apparent complexity of these “fixes.” Many large energy users have completely lost sight of the fact that they may not need (at least initially) time-consuming, large investment strategies. Strange as this may sound, many users today have little or no practical knowledge about their energy purchases. This book covers the basics of rates, components of energy purchases, and the methods and techniques required for maximizing energy savings and minimizing costs. The potential reader of this book could be a neophyte new energy manager to a seasoned energy professional. This book provides the foundation upon which any successful, long-term energy strategy should be based. ISBN: 0-88173-392-X

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Regulation of Utilities 2 – Developing a Strategy for Reducing Electricity Costs 3 – The Electricity Utility Bill 4 – Electricity Deregulation 5 – Electricity Deregulation: The Current Status 6 – Deregulation: The Process 7 – Cogeneration 8 – Natural Gas 9 – The Natural Gas Utility Bill 10 – Natural Gas: An Overview 11 – Natural Gas Regulation 12 – Reducing Natural Gas Costs 13 – The Natural Gas Flow Process 14 – The Natural Gas Billing Process 15 – The Propane-Air System 16 – The Natural Gas Deregulation Process 17 – The Natural Gas Contract Process 18 – The Monthly Natural Gas Billing Procedure 19 – Natural Gas Cost Reduction Strategies 20 – Electricity & Natural Gas Hedging Strategies 21 – Electricity & Natural Gas Savings Opportunities Index

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Here’s your authoritative resource on ESCO developments, trends and activities throughout the world...

ESCOs Around the World: Lessons Learned in 49 Countries

ESCOS AROUND THE WORLD: LESSONS LEARNED IN 49 COUNTRIES By Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D. with Pierre Langlois and Paolo Bertoldi This book provides an insightful assessment of today’s ESCO (energy services) industry around the world, analyzing current trends – both by geographical regions and in specific countries. Both opportunities and barriers/problems are presented and explained by in country professionals who have broad knowledge of their specific ESCO industry. The book includes significant contributions by Pierre Langlois and Paolo Bertoldi. The author and contributors have reached into the far corners of the world to get trusted colleagues to tell the story of the energy services industry’s development in their respective countries, and in their own words. Chapters cover selected countries from Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, North America, South America, New Zealand and Australia, as well as the overall global picture. ISBN: 0-88173-611-2 ORDER CODE: 0625

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Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D. with Pierre Langlois and Paolo Bertoldi

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – ESCO Development 2 – WESTERN EUROPE: Germany, Italy, Greece, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal, Spain 3 – EASTERN EUROPE: Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Croatia, Russia, Bulgaria 4 – AFRICA: Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Cote d’lvoire, Kenya, South Africa 5 – THE MIDDLE EAST: Lebanon, Israel, Turkey, Egypt 6 – ASIA: Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, Philippines, Republic of Korea, China 7 – NORTH AMERICA: Canada, United States, Mexico 8 – SOUTH AMERICA: Chile, Uruguay, Brazil 9 – DOWN UNDER: New Zealand, Australia 10 – The Global Picture References, Appendices, Index

MANAGING ENERGY COSTS: A BEHAVIORAL AND NON-TECHNICAL APPROACH By John Eggink This book discusses the numerous reasons why many organizations fail to manage the be­hav­ioral aspects of energy consumption, and shows you how you can apply proven management tech­niques to sig­nifi­cantly re­duce these unnec­essary energy expenses within your own or­ga­ni­zation. In­cluded are a broad array of ex­amples of com­pa­nies who have pio­neered these efforts, their ac­tual savings (often millions of dollars annually), step-by step meth­od­ologies and typical energy-wasting or­ga­ni­za­ tional pit­falls to avoid. Based on years of study, research and docu­men­tation, the author communicates in an easy-to-un­der­stand, and co­he­sive manner how break the prevalent cycle of energy waste, and to make your em­ploy­ees both co­ op­erative in saving en­ergy, and accountable for the en­ergy they use. Completely non-technical in its approach, his book focuses ex­clu­sively on how to manage the human el­ement of en­ergy con­sumption. ORDER CODE: 0587

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HANDBOOK OF ENERGY ENGINEERING SIXTH EDITION By Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M. and D. Paul Mehta, Ph.D. Covering the latest codes and standards and the Energy Independence and Security Act, this edition includes information on software packages from the Best Practices Program of the U.S. Department of Energy; and emerging technologies such as oxy-fuel combustion, high efficiency burners, enhanced heat exchangers, and ceramic membranes for heat recovery. This reference will guide you step by step in applying the principles of energy engineering and management to the design of electrical, HVAC, utility, process and building systems for both new design and retrofit projects. Topics covered include how to do an energy analysis of any system; electrical system optimization; state-of-the-art lighting and lighting controls; thermal storage; cogeneration; HVAC and building system optimization; compressed air systems; third party financing and much more. The text is thoroughly illustrated with tables, graphs, diagrams and sample problems. ISBN: 0-88173-581-7 ORDER CODE: 0607

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Codes, Standards & Legislation 2 – Energy Economic Analysis 3 – Energy Auditing & Accounting 4 – Electrical System Optimization 5 – Waste Heat Recovery 6 – Utility System Optimization 7 – Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Building System Optimization 8 – HVAC Equipment 9 – Cogeneration: Theory & Practice 10 – Control Systems 11 – Computer Applications 12 – Thermal Storage 13 – Passive Solar Energy Systems 14 – Energy Management 15 – Compressed Air System Optimization 16 – Financing Energy Projects Appendix, References, Index

ENERGY CONSERVATION GUIDE­BOOK SECOND EDITION By Dale R. Patrick, Stephen W. Fardo, Ray E. Richardson and Steven R. Patrick This ref­erence covers the full scope of energy man­agement tech­niques and applications for new and ex­isting buildings, with emphasis on the “sys­tems” approach to de­vel­oping an effective overall en­ergy man­agement strat­egy. Building structural con­sid­er­ations are ex­am­ined, such as heat loss and gain, win­dows, and in­su­ lation. A thor­ough dis­cussion of heating and cooling sys­tems ba­sics is pro­vided, along with energy man­agement guide­lines. Also cov­ered are en­ergy con­ser­vation mea­sures for lighting sys­tems, water sys­tems and elec­trical sys­tems. Spe­cific energy man­agement technologies and their appli­cation are dis­cussed in de­tail, in­cluding solar en­ergy systems, energy man­ agement sys­tems, and al­ter­native en­ergy tech­nologies. ISBN: 0-88173-526-4 ORDER CODE: 0577

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – In­tro­duction 2 – En­ergy Basics 3 – The Building Structure 4 – Com­fort Heating Systems 5 – Summer Air Conditioning Systems 6 – Lighting Systems 7 – Wa­ter Systems 8 – Elec­trical Power Systems 9 – So­lar Power Systems 10 – In­stru­men­tation & Measurement 11 – En­ergy Management Systems 12 – Al­ter­native Energy Systems 13 – En­ergy Cost Reduction Appendix, Glossary, Index

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Apply proven methods to slash your organization’s utility costs by up to 40%…

PLANT ENGINEERS & MANAGERS GUIDE TO ENERGY CONSERVATION NINTH EDITION By Albert Thumann, P.E.,C.E.M. and Scott Dunning, Ph.D., P.E. Now in its fully updated ninth edition, this com­pre­hen­sive, best selling handbook covers both management and engineering strat­egies which can be utilized to slash energy costs by as much as 40% in in­dus­trial fa­cilities. Many of the ex­isting chapters have been revised to re­flect the latest ad­vances, and new material has been added on motor drive sys­tems, LEED®, mea­surement and veri­fi­cation, and building commissioning. Topics covered in­clude co­gen­eration, gas dis­trib­uted gen­eration tech­nologies, steam sys­tem op­ti­mi­zation, geo­ther­mal heat pumps, elec­tricity pur­chasing strat­ egies and power quality case studies. You’ll also find ready-to-apply guide­lines for life cycle costing, elec­trical system op­ti­mi­zation, lighting and HVAC system effi­ciency im­provement, me­chanical and pro­ cess sys­tem per­for­mance, building en­ergy loss re­duction, fi­nancing en­ergy projects, energy pur­chasing, and strat­egies for es­tab­lishing an effective en­ergy con­ser­vation-oriented main­te­nance program. ISBN: 0-88173-555-8 6 x 9, 460 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $110.00

ORDER CODE: 0606

CONTENTS 1 – The Role of the Plant Engineer in Energy Management

12 – Industrial Power Monitoring and Control

2 – Energy Economic Decision Making

13 – Reliable & Economic Natural Gas Distributed Generation Projects

3 – The Facility Survey 4 – Electrical System Optimization 5 – Utility and Pro­cess Sys­tem Optimization

14 – Financing Energy Efficiency Projects

6 – Heat Transfer

16 – Cost Containment Design for Commercial Geothermal Heat Pumps

7 – Reducing Building Energy Losses 8 – Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System Optimization

9 – Cogeneration 10 – Establishing a Maintenance Program for Plant Efficiency and Energy Savings 11 – Managing an Effective Energy Conservation Program

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15 – Steam System Optimization: A Case Study

17 – Fundamentals of Energy Outsourcing 18 – 19 – 20 –

Economic Evaluations for Power Quality Solutions Purchasing Strategies for Electricity Power Quality Case Studies

Index

SECTION 1 — ENERGY ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT


Learn how to gain maximum benefit from the latest in IT and web based energy information and control systems now available for use in managing your organization’s energy costs…

WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS Edited by Barney L. Capehart and Lynne C. Capehart The capability and use of IT and web based en­ergy information and control systems has ex­panded from single facilities to multiple fa­cilities and or­ga­ni­zations with buildings located throughout the world. This book will show you how to take the mass of available data and extract from it useful information which can determine what actions to take to improve effi­ciency and productivity of commer­cial, in­sti­tu­tional and in­dus­trial facilities. The book will also provide insight into the areas of ad­vanced appli­cations of web based EIS and ECS systems, in­te­gration of IT/web based in­for­mation and con­trol sys­tems with existing BAS systems, commissioning IT/web based systems, mea­surement and veri­fi­cation of energy saving projects, and moni­toring and control of all operations of a facility to integrate the energy related operations of a facility to the business side. ISBN: 0-88173-536-1

ORDER CODE: 0580

8 1/2 x 11, 425 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $175.00

–———————— CONTENTS ————————— I: INTRODUCTION II: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CASE STUDIES III: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM APPLICATIONS

V: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR DEMAND RESPONSE APPLICATIONS

IV: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT PARK INDUSTRY

VII: FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS; & CONCLUSIONS

VI: HARDWARE & SOFTWARE TOOLS & SYSTEMS FOR DATA INPUT, DATA PROCESSING & DISPLAY IN ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS

Index

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ENERGY ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3 VOLUME SET Edited By Barney L. Capehart

Using limited resources in sustainable ways, en­ergy engineers and tech­nologists have made people’s lives comfortable and affordable with effi­c ient and cost-effective technology, from air con­d i­ tioners to waste fuels. But to accommo­date the expanding world population, the glo­bal supply of energy has been in­creasingly strained. Energy efficiency, en­ergy con­ser­vation through en­ergy man­ agement, and the use of renewable en­ergy sources are three of the major strategies that can provide the energy and energy services for the world’s popu­lation and economy. Energy man­agers, re­searchers, scholars, and policy makers need to know all of the aspects of energy tech­nology in order to tackle this crisis. En­com­passing a wide spec­trum of theo­retical and applied con­cepts, meth­od­ologies, and possible so­lutions, the En­cy­clo­pe­dia covers en­ergy effi­ciency and con­ser­vation oppor­tu­nities, re­newable and al­ter­native energy sources, the financial analy­sis of energy systems, per­for­mance con­tracting, en­vi­ron­men­tal regulations, global cli­mate change, green de­vel­opment, hy­dro­gen-fueled vehicles, and much more. ISBN: 0-8493-3653-8

ORDER CODE: 0601

SECTION 1 — ENERGY ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT

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Your complete guide to effective use of today’s performance contracting solutions, from one of the foremost experts in the field…

PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING: EXPANDING HORIZONS SECOND EDITION By Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D.

In an industry changing as rapidly as performance contracting, this com­pletely re­vised and updated edition is a must read for those concerned about en­ergy and the en­vi­ronment, examining stateof-the-art facts and pragmatic re­alities from fi­nancing to measurement and veri­fi­ cation, and in­cluding up-to-date how-to’s for both end users and energy service com­ pa­nies (ESCOs). You’ll find expert advice on de­vel­oping RFPs and RFQs, tips on making your energy project financeable, and guide­lines for effec­tively negotiating and de­vel­oping en­ergy ser­vices agreements. You’ll learn the key strat­egies for manazging risks, both from a user’s and a service provider’s point of view, as well as ways to expand ESCO business and serve customers more effec­tively. An in-depth look at the global mar­ket­place in­cludes fi­nancing tech­niques and international development oppor­tu­nities for ESCOs. ISBN: 0-88173-530-2 ORDER CODE: 0578

6 x 9, 326 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Making the Case for Energy Efficiency 2 – Energy Opportunities: The Moving Target 3 – Money Matters 4 – Partner Selection: From Both Sides of the Fence 5 – An ESCO’s Guide to Measurement & Verification (Dr. Stephen Roosa) 6 – Financing Energy Efficiency 7 – Quality Contracts 8 – Where the Savings Are: Project Management 9 – Communications Strategies 10 – Customer Risks & Mitigating Strategies 11 – ESCO Risks & Management Strategies 12 – The IAQ / Energy Efficiency Interface 13 – Expanding the ESCO Model 14 – Productive ESCO-Vendor Relations (Michael Gibson, Brian Todd) 15 – Using the Web for Energy Data Acquisition & Analysis (Paul Allen, Dave Green, Jim Lewis) 16 – Are You Ready to Go International? (Don Smith) 17 – Assessing Foreign Opportunities for ESCOs (Jim Hansen) 18 – International Financing (Tom Dreessen) 19 – The Global Perspective (Bob Dixon) Appendices, Glossary, Index

COMPUTERIZED BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION HANDBOOK By James P. Waltz This book provides practical, down-to-earth coverage of the non-software aspects of using computerized building energy simulation. While software is the principal “tool” in the process, the focus of this presentation is on the data needed to build a model, how to build a model, examining the results, diagnosing problems with a model, and calibrating them to reality. If you have been frustrated trying to build faithful models of existing buildings, or have become skeptical of the efficacy of building simulation – or are just trying to do a better job simulating buildings – this book will offer you welcome assistance. ORDER CODE: 0447

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ISBN: 0-88173-259-1

6 x 9, 215 pp., Illus. Softcover, $58.00

SECTION 1 — ENERGY ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT


SECTION 2:

POWER GENERATION The Smart Grid: Enabling Energy Efficiency & Demand Response....................... 26 Electrical Distribution Systems................................................................................ 26 Gas Turbine Handbook: Principles and Practice..................................................... 27 Small Scale Cogeneration Handbook....................................................................... 27 Electrical Power Systems Technology....................................................................... 28 Guide to Electric Power Generation......................................................................... 28 Steam Turbines for Modern Fossil-Fuel Power Plants............................................ 29 Guide to Microturbines............................................................................................. 29 Guide to Electrical Power Distribution Systems...................................................... 30 Power Transmission & Distribution.......................................................................... 30


Get up to speed on the latest advances in smart grid technologies, and how they will impact the future of electric power distribution...

THE SMART GRID: ENABLING ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND DEMAND RESPONSE By Clark Gellings The power system has often been cited as the greatest and most complex machine ever built, yet it is predominantly a mechanical system. However, technologies and intelligent systems are now available which can significantly enhance the overall functionality of power distribution, and make it ready to meet the needs the 21st century. This book explains in detail how sensors, communications technologies, computational ability, control, and feedback mechanisms can be effectively combined to create this new, continually adjusting Asmart grid@ system. You’ll gain an understanding of both IntelliGridSM architecture and EnergyPortSM, as well as how the integration of intelligent systems can be effectively utilized toward achieving the goals of reliability, cost containment, energy efficiency in power production and delivery, and end-use energy efficiency. ISBN: 0-88173-623-6 ORDER CODE: 0630

6 x 9, 301 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $125.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – What is the Smart Grid? 2 – Electric Energy Efficiency in Power Production & Delivery 3 – Electric End-Use Energy Efficiency 4 – Using a Smart Grid to Evolve the Perfect Power System 5 – DC Distribution & the Smart Grid 6 – The IntelliGridSM Architecture for the Smart Grid 7 – The Smart Grid – Enabling Demand Response: The Dynamic Energy Systems Concept 8 – The EnergyPortSM as Part of the Smart Grid 9 – Policies & Programs to Encourage End-Use Energy Efficiency 10 – Market Implementation 11 – Efficient Electric End-Use Technology Alternatives 12 – Demand-Side Planning 13 – Demand-Side Evaluation Appendix, Index

This authoritative guide presents real world solutions to today’s most challenging electrical distribution system design and application demands…

ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SECOND EDITION By Dale R. Patrick and Stephen W. Fardo Comprehensive in scope, this book, now in its fully updated second edition, was written to fill the need for a truly applications-oriented text on electrical distribution systems for both engineers and technicians. All critical aspects of power production, distribution, control, conversion and measurement are clearly presented. The authors place emphasis on real-world applications, examining electrical distribution and associated system operation from a user’s or technician’s point of view. The use of an ‘electrical power systems’ model facilitates the reader’s comprehensive understanding of electrical distribution, utilizing power distribution as a key starting point, and then clearly delineating the relationship to other important associated systems. The final chapter of this new edition has been refocused to emphasize the economics of distribution systems, computer power requirements and current environmental considerations. ISBN: 0-88173-599-X

ORDER CODE: 0624

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6 x 9, 478 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $115.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Power System Fundamentals 2 – Basics of Electrical Circuits 3 – Power Relationships in Electrical Circuits 4 – Electrical Power Production Systems 5 – Power Distribution System Fundamentals 6 – Conductors & Insulators in Electrical Distribution Systems 7 – Power Distribution Equipment 8 – Electrical Distribution Inside Buildings 9 – Single Phase & Three Phase Distribution Systems 10 – Distribution Considerations for Heating Systems 11 – Control Devices Used with Distribution Systems 12 – Power Measurement Equipment 13 – Distribution System Considerations Appendices, Index

SECTION 2 — POWER GENERATION


Your fully updated, complete guide to optimum selection, application and operation of gas turbine technologies...

GAS TURBINE HANDBOOK FOURTH EDITION By Tony J. Giampaolo Newly revised and edited, this best-selling reference provides the fundamental information you’ll need to understand both the operation and proper application of all types of gas turbines. The full spectrum of hardware, as well as typical application scenarios are fully explored, along with operating parameters, controls, inlet and exhaust treatments, inspection, troubleshooting, noise control, inlet cooling for power augmentation and NOx control. A full chapter is devoted to microturbines. The fourth edition places additional emphasis on critical elements of centrifugal and axial compressors, including detailed information on the compression process and the parameters that impact it. The author has provided many helpful tips that will enable diagnosis of problems in their early stages and analysis of failures to prevent their recurrence. Also treated are the effects of the external environment on gas turbines operation and life, as well as the impact of the gas turbine on its surrounding environment. ISBN: 0-88173-613-9

ORDER CODE: 0620

6 x 9, 447 pp. Illus, Hardcover, $120.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – The Gas Turbine Evolution 2 – Applications 3 – Hardware 4 – Gas Turbine Systems Theory 5 – Gas Turbine Controls 6 – Accessories 7 – Parameter Characteristics 8 – Gas Turbine Inlet Treatment 9 – Gas Turbine Exhaust Treatment 10 – Gas Turbine Acoustics and Noise Control 11 – Microturbines 12 – Detectable Problems 13 – Boroscope Inspection 14 – Case History 1 15 – Case History 2 16 – Case History 3 17 – Case History 4 18 – The Gas Turbine’s Future Appendices, Index

Is cogeneration right for your facility? This informationpacked, fully updated guide will show you how technology, market and policy developments have converged to make cogeneration more attractive than ever for many organizations…

SMALL-SCALE COGENERATION HANDBOOK THIRD EDITION By Bernard F. Kolanowski As the technologies for small-scale cogeneration have advanced over the last two decades, an in­creasing number of commer­cial, institutional, gov­ern­men­tal and industrial energy users are seeing the advantages offered by these highly efficient systems. Cogeneration can now turn up to 90% of the fuel burned into usable energy — compared to just 52% of the fuel typically burned in the local power plant and in a separate existing hot water heating system. In addition, be­cause cogeneration uses less fuel, overall fewer pollutants are emitted into the at­mo­sphere. Cogenerators are also well positioned to benefit from today’s more lib­er­alized and competitive energy markets. Now fully updated, this com­pre­hen­sive, best selling ref­erence provides a wealth of information to assist you in evaluating the fea­si­bility and potential benefits of cogeneration for your facility. The third edition includes a new chapter on the advent of the fuel cell in co­gen­eration plus the all the latest cogeneration technologies. Cov­ered in detail are regulatory developments and their impact, system se­lection and sizing, permitting requirements, operation and maintenance, financing, tech­nology basics, micro turbines, absorption chillers, dis­trib­uted generation, and case his­to­ries. ISBN: 0-88173-583-3 ORDER CODE: 0605 SECTION 2 — POWER GENERATION

6 x 9, 227 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00 PAGE 27


Gain a clear understanding of how complex electrical systems function...

ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY THIRD EDITION By Stephen W. Fardo and Dale R. Patrick Covering the gamut of technologies and systems used in the generation of electrical power, this reference provides an easy-to understand overview of the production, distribution, control, conversion and measurement of electrical power. The content is presented in an easy-to-understand style, so that the reader can develop a basic comprehensive understanding of the many parts of our complex electrical power systems. The authors describe a broad array of essential characteristics of electrical power systems – from power production to its conversion to another form of energy. Each system is broken down into sub-systems and equipment that are explored in greater detail in the chapters of each unit. Simple mathematical presentations are used with practical applications to provide an easier understanding of basic power system operation. Many illustrations are included to facilitate understanding. This new third edition has been edited throughout to assure its content and illustration clarity, and a new chapter covering control devises for power control has been added.

ISBN: 0-88173-585-X ORDER CODE: 0618

6 x 9, 496 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $115.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Power Measurement Fundamentals 2 – Power System Fundamentals 3 – Power Measurement Equipment 4 – Modern Power Systems 5 – Alternative Power Systems 6 – Alternating Current Power Systems 7 – Direct Current Power Systems 8 – Power Distribution Fundamentals 9 – Power Distribution Equipment 10 – Single-Phase and Three-Phase 11 – Fundamentals of Electrical Loads 12 – Heating Systems 13 – Lighting Systems 14 – Mechanical Systems 15 – Power Control Devices 16 – Operational Power Control Systems 17 – Control Devices Appendices, Index

This comprehensive reference details the complete process through which electric power is generated…

GUIDE TO ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION THIRD EDITION By Anthony J. Pansini and Kenneth D. Smalling This fully illustrated ref­erence brings you detailed coverage of the com­plete spectrum of equipment and pro­cesses used in the production of electricity, from the basics of energy conversion, to prime movers, generators, and boilers. You’ll find much useful in­for­mation on the characteristics of fu­els, in­cluding coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear and others, along with proper methods for han­dling them and their resi­dues. Also cov­ered are internal com­bustion engines, steam tur­bines, and re­cip­ro­cating steam engines. Feedwater treatment, ash re­moval reliability, operation and main­te­nance con­sid­er­ations are all ex­am­ined, along with gasification of coal, gas turbines, effective use of gen­eration in place of effi­ ciency mea­sures, and the latest green power developments. ISBN : 0-88173-524-8 ORDER CODE: 0559

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6 x 9, 269 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $92.00

SECTION 2 — POWER


Find out how recent breakthroughs can improve steam turbine driven power plant efficiency…

STEAM TURBINES FOR MODERN FOSSIL FUEL POWER PLANTS By Alexander S. Leyzerovich This book presents the newest approaches to de­sign and operation of new steam tur­ bines, along with modern tech­niques for re­fur­bishment of aging units, for fossil fuel power plants. Recent en­gi­neering break­ throughs have led to po­ten­tial increases in power plant effi­ciency, de­riving both from qualitative im­provements in turbine steam path design, and from tran­sitions to a greater use of el­evated steam con­ditions. New approaches also have emerged relative to transient op­er­ating conditions, as well as im­proved in­for­mation support for op­era­tional per­sonnel. In­tended to serve as an au­thori­tative guide for power plant engineers, op­erators, owners and de­signers on all of these crucial de­vel­opments, this book fully de­scribes and evaluates the most im­por­tant new design and op­era­tional im­provement oppor­tu­nities for the full spec­trum of today’s steam tur­bines – from the newest and most ad­vanced to the more common existing sys­tems. ISBN: 0-88173-548-5 ORDER CODE: 0590

6 x 9, 537 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $110.00

——— CONTENTS ——— 1 – Steam Turbines in the Modern World 2 – Rise of Steam Turbine Output & Efficiency with Steam Pa­ram­eters 3 – Configuration of Modern Power Steam Turbines 4 – Design of Steam Path, Blading, Gland Seals, and Valves 5 – Last Stage Blades & Exhaust Hoods of LP Cylinders 6 – Thermal Expansion, Bearings & Lubrication 7 – Operating Con­ditions & Start-up Systems 8 – Experimental Researches of Turbine Transients 9 – Start-up Tech­nologies & Applications 10 – Start-up Instructions for Steam Turbines 11 – Scheduled & Unscheduled Load Changes 12 – Cycling Operation & Its Influence on Turbine Performances 13 – Au­to­mated Data Acquisition & Control 14 – Diagnostic Monitoring of Turbine Heat Rate & Flow Capacity Performances 15 – Diagnostic Monitoring of Turbine Temperature & Thermal Stress States 16 – Post-Operative Analysis of Turbine Operation 17 – Assessment & Extension of Steam Turbine Lifetime 18 – Steam Turbine Upgrade Appendices, Index

Get the facts on important new developments in microturbine tech­nologies…

GUIDE TO MICROTURBINES By Bernard F. Kolanowski This book will bring you up to speed on all aspects of microturbines, covering the full scope of tech­nologies now available, as well as where and how they are being applied, and how their increased use will im­pact the elec­tric power industry in the years ahead. The first section ex­am­ines how microturbines work, their use for power pro­duction, fuel variations, en­vi­ron­men­tal ad­van­tages, and how they are connected with utility sys­tems. The second section fo­cuses on applications and case his­to­ries, ex­am­ining use of microturbines for dis­trib­uted gen­eration, co­gen­eration, waste fu­els, peak saving, and cooling appli­cations. Also cov­ered are per­mitting, project financing, and available gov­ernment re­sources, and what the future holds. ORDER CODE: 0518

SECTION 2 — POWER GENERATION

ISBN: 0-88173-418-7

6 x 9, 236 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00 PAGE 29


Covers the impact of distributed generation on power distribution sys­tems…

GUIDE TO ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS SIXTH EDITION By Anthony J. Pansini Written by a highly regarded power industry expert, this comprehensive manual covers in full detail all aspects of electric power distribution sys­tems, both as they exist to­day and as they are evolving toward the future. A new chapter examines the impact of the emer­gence of co­gen­eration and distributed generation on the power dis­tri­bution network. Topics include an over­view of the pro­cess of electricity trans­mission and distribution, a thor­ough dis­cussion of each com­po­nent of the system – conductor supports, in­su­lators and conductors, line equipment, sub­stations, dis­tri­bution circuits and more – as well as both overhead and un­der­ground con­struction con­sid­er­ations. Im­provements in both materials and methods of power dis­tri­bution are also ex­plored, in­ cluding the trend to­ward gradual re­placement of heavier porcelain in­su­lators with lighter polymer ones. The com­ plex aspects of electric power distribution are explained in easy-to-un­der­stand, non-tech­nical lan­guage.

ISBN: 0-88173-505-1 ORDER CODE: 0542

6 x 9, 265 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $92.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – The Transmission & Distribution System 2 – Conductor Supports 3 – Insulators & Conductors 4 – Line Equipment 5 – Overhead Construction 6 – Underground Construction 7 – Service Factors 8 – Substations 9 – Distribution Circuits, Cogeneration & Distributed Generation 10 – Essentials of Electricity Appendices, Index

The fully updated edition of this classic authoritative reference brings power transmission and distribution systems, issues and strategies into the 21st century…

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SECOND EDITION By Anthony J. Pansini The continually increasing dependence on elec­ tricity in practically ev­ery on of life’s en­deav­ors calls for im­provements in the quality stan­dards of its supply. The de­regu­lation of electric (and other) utilities, the events of Sep­tem­ber 11, 2001, and the blackouts on northeast North America, Lon­don and the Ita lian pen­in­sula em­pha­size this need. This book takes a look at our current trans­ mission systems and how loop circuits can sub­ stan­tially im­prove the reliability of trans­mission lines, essen­tially to provide a two-way feed to the consumer – insuring con­ti­nuity of service should a fault develop on the circuit. Dis­tri­bution systems are also cov­ered, with in­for­mation in­cluded on how small gen­er­ating units can be connected directly to the dis­tri­bution system, in the same manner as in larger cogenerating units. ISBN: 0-88173-503-5 ORDER CODE: 0546 PAGE 30

6 x 9, 392 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Introduction, Consumer Characteristics 2 – Distribution System Electrical Design 3 – Subtransmission System Electrical Design 4 – Transmission System Electrical Design 5 – Electrical Protection 6 – Direct Current Transmission 7 – Overhead Mechanical Design & Construction 8 – Underground Mechanical Design & Construction 9 – Associated Operations Appendices, Index SECTION 2 — POWER GENERATION


SECTION 3:

HVAC SYSTEMS HVAC Fundamentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Practical Controls: A Guide to Mechanical Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Managing Indoor Air Quality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Indoor Air Quality: A Guide for Facility Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Testing & Balancing HVAC Air & Water Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 HVAC Controls: Operation and Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Mechanical Estimating Manual: Sheet Metal, Piping & Plumbing. . . . . . . . . . . 35 HVAC & Building Systems Reference Library CD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

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Now available – the definitive guide to HVAC system selection and effi­cient operation – now in its fully updated second edition…

HVAC FUNDAMENTALS SECOND EDITION By Samuel C. Sugarman Updated to cover the latest technology ad­ vances and terminology, this book covers the full range of HVAC systems used in today’s facilities. You’ll find all the details necessary to clearly understand how HVAC systems op­erate. Comprehensive in scope, the book sepa­rates out each of the major HVAC sys­tem com­po­nents and controls for air, water, heating, ventilating and air con­di­tioning, clearly illus­trating the way each system, sub­system, con­trol or component contributes to pro­ viding the desired in­door en­vi­ronment. You’ll learn why one com­po­nent or system may be chosen over another with respect to design, appli­cation, energy con­ser­vation, in­door air quality, and cost. The second edition also adds a brand new chapter on psychrometrics. Fully ex­am­ined are heat flow fun­da­men­tals, as well as the heat flow cal­cu­lations used in selecting equipment and de­ter­mining sys­tem op­er­ating performance and costs. Fluid flow fun­da­men­ tals and equations, and basics of sys­tem testing and veri­fic­ ation of system per­for­mance are also cov­ered. ISBN: 0-88173-559-0 ORDER CODE: 0591

6 x 9, 300 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

——— CONTENTS ——— 1 – HVAC Systems 2 – Heat Flow 3 – Psychrometrics 4 – Heating & Ventilating Systems 5 – Air Conditioning Systems 6 – Compressors 7 – Water Chillers 8 – Fans 9 – Air Distribution 10 – Variable Air Volume 11 – Pumps & Water Distribution 12 – Control Systems 13 – Control System Components 14 – Choosing an HVAC System 15 – Heat Recovery 16 – Energy Conservation Opportunities 17 – Central Plant Water Chiller Optimization 18 – Fan Drives 19 – Terminology 20 – HVAC Timeline Index

Learn how to apply the optimum control technologies and strategies for any type of commercial HVAC system…

PRACTICAL CONTROLS: A GUIDE TO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

By Steven R. Calabrese Geared toward the HVAC professional, this book details prac­tical meth­ods of HVAC control, and defines the role of con­trols in easy-to-un­der­stand terms. Drawing from years of hands-on con­tracting experience, the author shares a wealth of field-tested and proven approaches to control systems issues, spanning the full range of elec­trical, elec­tronic, and mi­cro­pro­cessor-based systems. Written in practical, real-world terms, the pre­sen­tation first ex­plores each of the various mechanical systems in­stalled in today’s fa­cilities, and then takes a concise look at how each of these systems is best controlled using currently available control tech­nologies. The book provides a wel­come resource for the HVAC professional, or for anyone involved with controls installation and trouble­shooting, covering basic rules and equipment guide­lines, as well as “rules of thumb,” pros and cons, po­ten­tial mistakes to avoid. ISBN: 0-88173-447-0 ORDER CODE: 0520

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6 x 9, 469 pp., Illus., Hardcover, $120 SECTION 3 — HVAC SYSTEMS


Your up-to-the-minute IAQ resource, providing a comprehensive approach to effective IAQ management and mitigation practices...

MANAGING INDOOR AIR QUALITY FOURTH EDITION By H.E. Burroughs, C.I.A.Q.P., and Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D. Featuring expanded coverage of ASHRAE standards in its latest fourth edition, this practical desk reference is structured to serve as a guide and information resource—both on treating existing indoor air problems effectively and on preventing costly IAQ problems from occurring in the first place. Finding solutions to indoor air quality problems is often a complex, multi-disciplined endeavor. A single discipline approach from the environmental engineer, the industrial hygienist, or the medical doctor, unfortunately tends to narrow both the control and the treatment options. This book cuts across these professions to offer those concerned with the total facility, a broader, more comprehensive approach to managing indoor air quality and mitigating indoor air quality problems. Topics covered also include building security and mold-related issues. ISBN: 0-88173-569-8 ORDER CODE: 0609

6 x 9, 356 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Indoor Air Quality: An Overview 2 – Indoor Air Quality in Retrospect 3 – Classifying Indoor Air Problems 4 – Investigating Indoor Air Quality Problems 5 – Controlling Indoor Air Problems 6 – The Thermal Environment: An Internal Habitat 7 – HVAC: The Heart of the System 8 – Filtration: Understanding an Underutilized Asset 9 – Building Security & Safety: Readying Your Building 10 – Operations & Maintenance: An Ounce of Pre­vention 11 – Management Procedures: The Soft Side of IAQ Success 12 – What “They” Say: from Whence Does My Help Cometh? Appendices, Index

Your complete guide to assuring high quality indoor air in your facility…

INDOOR AIR QUALITY: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS SECOND EDITION By Ed Bas This guide provides a comprehensive account of indoor air quality haz­ards, their sources, and appro­priate solutions. Written in easy-tounderstand, non-tech­nical terms, it is designed to be used as both a ready reference and a training guide for facility managers. Each specific type of indoor air hazard is addressed, in­cluding aller­gens, as­bes­tos, form­al­de­hyde and VOCs, ra­don, tobacco smoke, legionellosis and related illnesses, carbon mon­ox­ide, mul­tiple chemical sen­si­tivity, and toxic mold. The basics of proper ventilation and the relationship of the HVAC sys­tem to in­door air quality are fully explained. Fun­d a­m en­t al pro­c e­d ures for main­t aining good air quality, in­cluding fil­tration, control of humidity and mois­ture, and duct cleaning are ex­am­ined in detail. A full chapter is devoted to recent de­vel­opments and pro­ce­dures for controlling toxic mold. Case studies are also in­cluded. ISBN: 0‑88173‑327-X ORDER CODE: 0523 SECTION 3 — HVAC SYSTEMS

6 x 9, 386 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $92.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Introduction to Sick Buildings 2 – IAQ Hazards to Human Health & Productivity 3 – HVAC Basics & Indoor Air Quality 4 – Improving Ventilation 5 – Improving Filtration: Recycling Air 6 – Controlling Humidity & Moisture 7 – The Value of Duct Cleaning 8 – Putting It All Together: The IAQ Program 9 – Mold: Potential Threats Sprout in a Watery World Appendices, Index PAGE 33


Apply the methods used by experts to achieve optimum performance of any type of HVAC system…

TESTING & BALANCING HVAC AIR & WATER SYSTEMS FOURTH EDITION By Sam Sugarman This fully revised and updated edition of this classic best selling ref­erence provides all the information you will need to evaluate and balance the air and water sides of any HVAC system. The new edition in­cludes coverage of pneumatic, electric, elec­tronic, direct digital, and pro­por­tional, integral and derivative control systems. Every aspect of testing, adjusting and balancing is addressed, including all types of in­struments required, and specific methods to adjust constant volume, single zone, dual duct, induction, and variable air volume sys­tems. Complete details are provided for the full scope of system com­po­nents, including fans, pumps, motors, drives and electricity, as well as for balancing devices and in­strument usage. Also included is in­for­mation on testing and balancing clean rooms and HVAC system commissioning. ISBN: 0‑88173‑534-5 ORDER CODE: 0568

6 x 9, 325 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – General Balancing Procedure 2 – Preliminary Air Balancing Procedures 3 – Basic Air Balance Procedures Common to All Systems 4 – Proportionally Balancing Constant Volume Low Pressure Systems 5 – Balancing Constant Volume, Multizone, Dual Duct & Induction Systems 6 – Balancing Variable Air Volume Systems 7 – Setting Outside Air & Changing Fan Speeds 8 – Balancing Return Air & Toilet Exhaust Systems 9 – Fans, Fan Performance Curves & Duct System Curves 10 – Testing & Balancing Fume Hood Systems 11 – Testing & Balancing Clean Rooms 12 – HVAC Commissioning 13 – Basic Water Balance Procedures 14 – Centrifugal Pumps, Pump Performance Curves & Pipe System Curves 15 – Analog & Digital Automatic Controls 16 – Fluid Flow, Psychrometric & Refrigeration Terminology 17 – Air Systems: Distribution, Components & Terminology 18 – Water Systems: Distribution, Components & Terminology 19 – Fan Pump, Drive, Motor & Electrical Terminology 20 – Instruments & Instrument Terminology Equations, Conversion Tables, Index

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HVAC CONTROLS: OPERATION & MAINTENANCE THIRD EDITION By Guy W. Gupton, Jr. Now in it’s newly third edition, this hand­book was written to serve as a com­plete and con­cise reference for those en­gaged in the op­eration and main­te­nance of au­to­matic con­trol sys­tems serving building HVAC sys­tems. The full range of topics per­ti­nent to the effective op­eration of all types of HVAC con­trol sys­tems currently in use to­day are ex­plored, in­cluding equipment-to-con­trol in­ter­actions, con­trol sys­tem set-up and functions, local loop to building au­to­mation sys­tem in­ter­faces, per­for­mance pre­diction and assessment, op­era­tional pa­ram­eters, and main­te­nance and testing. The third edition in­cludes a new chap­ter on updating ex­isting pneu­matic control sys­tem to a hy­brid pneu­matic and direct digi­tal system.

ISBN: 0‑88173‑341-5 ORDER CODE: 0480

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MECHANICAL ESTIMATING MANUAL: SHEET METAL, PIPING & PLUMBING Wendes Systems, Inc., Joseph D’Amelio, Editor Clear, practical and com­pre­hen­sive, this me­chanical es­ti­mating manual pro­vides an in­dis­pensable re­source for contractors, es­ti­mators, owners and anyone in­volved with es­ti­mating mechanical costs on con­struction projects, including a wealth of la­bor and price data, for­mu­las, charts and graphs. Cov­ering time-proven meth­od­ologies and pro­ce­dures, it offers the user a full range of readyto-use forms, detailed es­ti­mating guidelines, and numerous completed examples. You’ll learn from leading experts how to produce complete and accu­rate sheet metal, piping and plumbing estimates both quickly and easily. The manual will also be of value to supervisors, me­chanics, builders, general con­tractors, engineers and ar­chi­tects for use in planning and scheduling work, budget estimating, cost control, cost accounting, checking change orders and various other as­pects of mechanical es­ti­mating. ORDER CODE: 0576

ISBN: 0-88173-538-8

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–———————— CONTENTS ————————— SECTION I: HOW TO PREPARE SHEET METAL & PIPING ES­TI­MATES 1 – Wendes Guide to Successful Estimating: Principles 2 – Systematic & Efficient Estimating Procedures 3 – Sample HVAC Estimate & Forms

SECTION II: BUDGET ESTIMATING

4 – Budget Estimating Fundamentals

SECTION III: EQUIPMENT ESTIMATING

5 – Heating & Cooling Equipment 6 – HVAC Units & Air Distribution Equipment 7 – Plumbing Fixtures & Specialties 8 – Air Pollution & Heat Recovery Equipment

SECTION IV: SHEET METAL ESTIMATING

9 – Sheet Metal Estimating Basics

SECTION 3 — HVAC SYSTEMS

10 – Rectangular Galvanized Ductwork 11 – Spiral & Light Gauge Round Ductwork 12 – Fiber Glass Ductwork 13 – Heavy Gauge Ductwork 14 – Sheet Metal Specialties & Acoustical Lining 15 – Miscellaneous Labor Operations

SECTION V: PIPING ESTIMATING

16 – Piping Estimating Basics 17 – Pressure Pipe & Fittings 18 – Valves & Specialties 19 – DWV Pipe & Fittings

SECTION VI: CONTRACTING FOR PROFIT

20 – Markups for Overhead & Profit 21 – Contracting for Profit 22 – Computerized Estimating PAGE 35


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HVAC FUNDAMENTALS By Samuel C. Sugarman This master volume covers the full range of HVAC systems used in today’s facilities. Printed hardcover also available, price: $98.00 MANAGING INDOOR AIR QUALITY THIRD EDITION By H.E. Burroughs, C.I.A.Q.P., and Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D. A practical guide and information resource – both on treating existing indoor air problems effectively – and on preventing costly IAQ problems from occurring in the first place. Printed hardcover also available, price: $92.00 INDOOR AIR QUALITY: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS SECOND EDITION By Ed Bas This guide provides a comprehensive account of indoor air quality hazards, their sources, and appropriate solutions. Printed hardcover also available, price: $92.00 PRACTICAL CONTROLS: A GUIDE TO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS By Steven R. Calabrese Geared toward the HVAC professional, this book details practical methods of HVAC control, and defines the role of controls in easy-to-understand terms. Printed hardcover also available, price: $120.00 HVAC CONTROLS: OPERATION & MAINTENANCE THIRD EDITION By Guy W. Gupton, Jr. A concise reference for those engaged in the operation and maintenance of automatic control systems serving building heating, ventilating and air con­di­ tioning systems. Printed hardcover also available, price: $92.00 NOTE: The HVAC & Building Systems Reference Library CD uses Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) software. To access the CD, you must have a CD-ROM Drive, and have Adobe Acrobat® Reader installed on your computer. This software may be down­loaded free from www.adobe.com.

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SECTION 4:

ELECTRICAL & LIGHTING Efficient Electrical Systems Design Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Electrical System Design & Specification Handbook for Industrial Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Electricity & Electronics Fundamentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Electronic Digital System Fundamentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Lighting Controls Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Advanced Lighting Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Lighting Upgrades: A Guide for Facility Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Variable Speed Drive Fundamentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Fiber Optic Lighting: A Guide for Specifiers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

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Get up to speed on the optimum design of state-of-the-art electrical systems for commercial and industrial facilities...

EFFICIENT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN HANDBOOK By Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M., and Harry Franz, P.E. Now you can achieve optimum performance and efficiency in the design of electric systems for virtually any size or type of building or industrial facility utilizing the state-of-the-art methodologies detailed in this comprehensive electrical design reference. Step by step guidelines and take you through each phase of design, covering equipment selection, power distribution system analysis, conduit and conductor sizing, lighting system design, control systems, electronic instrumentation, protective relaying, energy management systems, power quality, variable speed drives, motor selection, and more. The latest codes (NEC 2008) as well as currently available equipment are referenced. Numerous examples and simulation exercises are included, along with detailed design examples. Fully illustrated with many useful diagrams and tables, this book is intended as a practical guide for electrical engineers, plant and facility engineers and other professionals responsible for implementing or overseeing the design of facility electrical systems. ISBN: 0-88173-593-0 ORDER CODE: 0621

6 x 9, 368 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $85.00

–——— CONTENTS –——— 1 – Electrical Basics 2 – Using the Language of the Electrical Engineer 3 – Equipment Selection Considerations 4 – Analyzing Power Distribution Systems 5 – Conduit & Conductor Sizing 6 – How to Design a Lighting System 7 – Using Logic to Simplify Control Systems 8 – Applying Process Controllers & Electronic Instrumentation 9 – Protective Relaying for Power Distribution Systems 10 – Energy Economic Analysis 11 – Energy Management Systems 12 – Power Line Disturbances: Mitigation Equipment & Techniques 13 – Variable Speed Drives 14 – Field Measurements & Determining Electric Motor Efficiency 15 – Testing Rewinds to Avoid Motor Efficiency Degradation 16 – Guidelines for Implementing an Energy- Efficient Motor Retrofit Program References, Appendix, Index

Optimize both design and project management phases of your electrical system design project…

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN & SPECIFICATION HANDBOOK FOR IN­DUS­TRIAL FACILITIES By Steven J. Marrano, C.E.M., and Craig DiLouie Written to serve the needs of today’s com­petitive con­struction industry pro­fessionals, this practical hand­book pro­vides a con­soli­dated guide for de­sign en­gi­neers and project man­ agers, as well as main­te­nance pro­fessionals, tech­nicians, and others who must accu­rately specify elec­trical equipment. You’ll find com­plete guide­lines for short cir­cuit cal­cu­lations, load tabu­lation, equipment se­lection, and lighting de­sign. Con­ve­nient specifier’s check­lists are pro­vided for panelboards, me­dium voltage switchgear, motor con­trol cen­ters, in­duction motors, dry-type trans­formers, and trans­fer switches. A de­tailed dis­cussion of cir­cuit breakers and fuses in low voltage power systems is also in­cluded, along with coverage of design co­or­di­nation, elec­trical scope de­vel­opment, drawing es­ti­mating sections, and a spe­cial chap­ter addressing data re­quirements for power systems studies.

ORDER CODE: 0349

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ISBN: 0-88173-194-3

6 x 9, 437 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $84.00

SECTION 4 — ELECTRICAL & LIGHTING


Understand the basic electrical and electronic concepts in DC and AC circuits, semiconductors, electronic system communications, electronic control devices and more...

ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS SECOND EDITION

By Stephen W. Fardo and Dale R. Patrick This book was written to serve as an easy-tounderstand introductory text for those who wish to grasp the basic fundamentals of electricity and electronics. The key concepts presented in this book are discussed using a simplified approach that enhances learning. Use of mathematics is kept to the very minimum and is discussed through applications and illustrations. Topics covered include direct current electronics, alternating current electricity, semiconductor devices, electronic circuits, digital electronics, computers and microprocessors, electronic communications, and electronic power control. The second edition provides revised and updated illustrations and content, as well as additional chapters covering the topics of electronic communications and electronic power control. ISBN: 0-88173-601-5 ORDER CODE: 0611

81⁄2 x 11, 302 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $115.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Direct Current (DC) Electronics 2 – Alternating Current (AC) Electricity 3 – Semiconductor Devices 4 – Electronic Circuits 5 – Digital Electronics 6 – Computers & Microprocessors 7 – Electronic Communications 8 – Electronic Power Control Appendices, Index

Learn the basics of how digital electronic systems work…

ELECTRONIC DIGITAL SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS By Dale Patrick, Stephen Fardo and Vigyan Chandra This self-study text explains the basics of digi­tal elec­tronics using a com­bi­nation of fun­da­men­tal theory, examples and practical appli­cations. Digi­ tal de­vices form an in­te­gral part of nu­merous mod­ern-day sys­tems and in­clude those used for op­er­ating elec­tronic alarm sys­tems, for per­forming arith­metic, timing and com­puting op­erations, and for logging, pro­cessing and data trans­fer. Well-illus­trated, step-by-step pro­ce­ dures are pro­vided for ex­plaining the working of these and other digi­tal de­vices. All the chap­ ters in the text include a summary of the key points covered for the pur­pose of review. The rec­ommended safety pre­cautions, datasheets of se­lected digital de­vices, and imple­men­tation guide­lines while working with digi­tal circuits in the appen­di­ces, should be of interest to the elec­ tronics hobbyist. ISBN: 0-88173-540X ORDER CODE: 0596

6 x 9, 345 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

SECTION 4 — ELECTRICAL & LIGHTING

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Introduction to Digital Systems 2 – Digital Logic Gates 3 – Boolean Algebra & Logic Gates 4 – Combination Logic Gates 5 – Number Systems, Conversions & Codes 6 – Binary Addition & Subtraction 7 – Digital Timing & Signals 8 – Sequential Logic Gates 9 – Counters & Shift Registerse 10 – Data Conversion 11 – Advanced Digital Concepts Appendices, Index PAGE 39


Get up to speed on the very latest advanced lighting controls, offering increased energy savings, flexibility, reliability and interoperability…

LIGHTING CONTROLS HANDBOOK

By Craig DiLouie Intended for energy managers, electrical en­gi­ neers, building managers, lighting designers, con­sultants, and other electrical professionals, this book pro­vides a practical description of major lighting con­trols types and how to apply them. It’s a com­pre­hen­sive step-by-step edu­ca­tional tour of lighting automation tech­nology and its prac­tical de­sign and application, with useful dis­ cussion about the purpose and ben­efits of lighting con­trols, em­pha­sizing the achieving of rel­evant en­ergy savings, as well as support of occu­pant visual needs and pref­erences. You’ll find detailed in­for­mation on fluo­res­cent switching and dimming systems in commer­cial buildings, cov­ering tech­nology, de­sign, application, strat­egies, typical savings, commer­cial energy code compliance, research, commissioning and trouble­shooting. The book will guide you in taking advantage of the many ben­efits of today’s sophisticated con­trols, in­cluding ex­panded en­ergy saving oppor­tu­nities, and in­creased flexibil­ity, reliability and interoperability. ISBN: 0-88173-573-6 ORDER CODE: 0604

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Occupancy Sensors 2 – Switching Controls 3 – Lighting Control Panels 4 – Dimmable Ballasts 5 – Fluorescent Dimming Methods 6 – Lamp/Ballast Interactions 7 – Dimming Controls 8 – Daylight Harvesting 9 – Code-Compliant Controls 10 – Commissioning

6 x 9, 239 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $92.00

ADVANCED LIGHTING CONTROLS:

ENERGY SAVINGS, PRODUCTIVITY, TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATIONS Edited By Craig DiLouie Written for engineers, ar­chi­tects, lighting de­signers, elec­trical con­tractors, dis­tributors, and building owners and man­agers, this im­por­tant guide to advanced lighting con­trols will bring you up to speed on the latest trends, tech­nologies, codes and design tech­niques which are shaping the se­lection and implementation of lighting control systems to­day. Advanced lighting controls are now man­dated by the ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1999 energy standard (used as the basis for virtually all state energy codes in the U.S.), and are becoming the norm in new con­ struction lighting in­stallations. This comprehensive ref­erence covers lighting controlsplanning and de­ sign, benefit assessment and code con­sid­er­ations, and the full spec­trum of tech­nologies currently available, in­cluding detailed case studies of successful appli­cations. ISBN: 0-88173-510-8

ORDER CODE: 0558

6 x 9, 319 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

—— CONTENTS —— SECTION I: LIGHTING CONTROL SECTION II: DESIGN & PLANNING SECTION III: ISSUES, TRENDS & CODES SECTION IV: TECHNOLOGY SECTION V: CASE STUDIES Glossary, Index

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Here’s your complete source book on cost effectively upgrading all types of lighting for both optimum quality and improved energy efficiency...

LIGHTING UPGRADES: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS SECOND EDITION By Damon Wood Green Lights lighting specialist Damon Wood takes you step by step through upgrading a lighting sys­tem, in either a retrofit or a complete redesign sce­nario, for the purpose of increasing both energy effi­ciency and productivity. Extremely well-or­ga­nized and comprehensive in scope, this fully illustrated desk reference pro­vides a virtual “crash course” on all aspects of lighting in the workplace. Going beyond the fundamental prin­ciples of quality lighting, the author also fully addresses light’s impact on con­ ser­vation, pro­duc­tivity and occupant safety. Topics examined in detail include lighting quality, upgrade strategies, lighting applications, current tech­nologies, lighting eco­nomics, effective main­te­nance, lighting project imple­men­tation, and strategies for assessing energy and cost saving oppor­tu­nities. ORDER CODE: 0529

ISBN: 0-88173-329-6

6 x 9, 365 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $92.00

–———————— CONTENTS ————————— 1 - The Elements of Lighting Quality

Overview • Methods for Improving Lighting Quality

2 - Maximizing Lighting Efficiency

Lighting Efficiency Metrics • Maximizing Energy Effi­ciency

3 - Full-Size Fluorescent Equipment Lamps • Ballasts • Luminaires

4 - Full-Size Fluorescent Upgrade Options

T8 Lamp/Ballast Upgrades • T5 Twin-Tube Lamp/Ballast Upgrades • T10 Lamp Upgrades • T12 Lamp Up­grades • Hybrid Magnetic Ballasts • Full-Output Elec­tronic Ballasts • Partial-Output Electronic Ballasts • Dimmable Electronic Ballasts • Light-Level Switching Electronic Ballasts • Retrofit Reflectors with Delamping Options • Lens/Louver Up­grades • Replace with New Deep-Cell Parabolic Luminaires • Re­place with New Fluorescent Uplighting Lu­mi­naires • Task Lighting with Reduced Ambient Lighting

5 - Compact Lighting Equipment

Incandescent Sources • Compact Fluorescent • Com­pact HID • Per­for­mance Checklist • Appli­cations of Compact Sources

6 - Compact Lighting Upgrade Options

Compact Fluorescent Lamp Upgrades • Compact Halo­gen • Krypton Incandescent • Elliptical Re­flector • Electrodeless Downlight Lamps • Hardwire Compact Fluorescent Downlight Retrofits • Re­place with New Compact Fluo­res­cent Luminaires • Re­place with Com­pact HID Luminaires

7 - High-Intensity Discharge (HID) Equipment

HID Lighting Systems • Mercury Vapor Lamps • Metal Halide Lamps • High-Pressure Sodium • Low-Pressure Sodium • HID Ballasts • Performance Check­list for HID Sys­tems • Types of HID Lu­mi­naires

8 - High-Intensity Discharge (HID) Upgrade Options

Energy-Saver HID Lamps • Retrofit HID Lamps • In­stant-Restrike HPS Lamps • High Performance Metal Halide Sys­tems • Retrofit HID Re­flectors • Conversion to New HID System • High-Bay Com­pact Fluorescent Luminaires

9 - Exit Sign Equipment

Types of Exit Sign Light Sources • Types of Exit Sign Lu­mi­naires • Regulations • Types of Exit Sign Power Supplies • Performance Check­list for Exit Signs

12 - Dimming Controls

Overview of Dimming Strategies • Daylight Dimming • Lumen Main­te­nance Controls • Manual Dimming (Tuning) • Fluorescent Power Reducers • HID Power Re­ducers • Panel-Level HID Dimming • Capacitative-Switching HID Systems • Electronic Dimming HID Ballasts

13 - Upgrades to Modify Light Levels

Modifying Light Levels • Increasing Light Output in Underlighted Spaces

14 - Lighting the Office Environment

Office Lighting Upgrade Goals • Recommended Light Levels • Ambient Lighting Systems • Task Lighting Sys­tems • Lighting Control Strategies

15 - Lighting the Retail Environment

Retail Lighting Upgrade Goals • Recommended Light Levels • High-Activity Retail Lighting Up­grades • Me­dium-Activity Retail Lighting Upgrades • Low-Activity Retail Lighting Up­grades • Lighting Con­trol Strategies

16 - Lighting the Industrial Environment

Industrial Lighting Upgrade Goals • Rec­ommended Light Levels • Options for Lighting System Layout • Industrial Luminaire Selection Factors • Light Source Selection Factors • Industrial Lighting Up­grade Strat­egies

17 - Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor Lighting Upgrade Goals • Recommended Light Lev­els & Uni­for­mity Ratios • Light Source Selection Factors • Outdoor Luminaires • Outdoor Lighting Appli­cations • Lighting Control Strategies

18 - Assessing Lighting Upgrade Planning & Evaluation

Prioritizing Facility Upgrades • Conducting the Lighting Survey • Cal­cu­lating Lighting Impacts • Cal­cu­lating Energy Cost Savings • Cal­cu­lating Main­te­nance Cost Savings • Per­forming the Financial Analysis • Mea­suring Performance in Trial In­ stallations • Evaluating Occu­pant Accep­tance

19 - Project Implementation

Resources • Evaluating Financing Options • Con­vincing Land­ lords & Tenants • Ne­go­ti­ating Pur­chasing Agreements • Managing the Project • Commissioning the New System

20 - Lighting Maintenance

10 - Exit Sign Upgrade Options Upgrades • New Exit Signs

Increasing Efficiency Through Improved Main­te­nance • Saving Money Through Improved Main­te­nance • Maintenance Planning • Lighting Waste Disposal

11 - Switching Controls

21 - Information Resources

Overview of Automatic Switching Strategies • Occu­pancy Sensors • Timer Switches • Electronic Time Clocks • Cen­tralized Lighting Control Systems • Daylight Switching Systems

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Appendix I - Bibliography of Sources Appendix II - Product & Technical Information Appendix III - Glossary of Terms Index

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The definitive on-the-job guide to applying variable speed drives has just been fully updated!

VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE FUNDAMENTALS THIRD EDITION By Clarence A. Phipps Written in straightforward “user” lan­guage, this book pro­vides an au­thori­tative, yet prac­tical guide for the en­gi­neer or tech­nician in­volved in speci­fying, applying, main­taining or op­er­ating variable fre­quency drives (VFDs). A com­pre­ hen­sive over­view of starting con­trols and their appli­cation to various types of in­duction motors pro­vides a valuable assessment of the ad­van­tages and dis­ad­van­tages of each type of con­trol. You’ll find a helpful dis­cussion of some of the latest elec­tronic “smart” motor con­trollers, as well as a section cov­ering the attributes and ca­pa­bilities of the “wound-rotor motor,” in­cluding how to con­fig­ure a ba­sic con­trol sys­tem for it. A basis is given to com­pare motor torque and op­er­ating char­ac­ter­is­tics using “starters.” The pre­sen­tation pro­vides a de­tailed evaluation of the most common versions of variable fre­quency drives. Current trends in addressing har­monic prob­lems created by VFDs are dis­cussed, along with use of new IGBT tech­nology. Other topics in­clude sizing and applying of VFDs, con­trolling en­clo­sure heat, and energy saving oppor­tu­nities.

——— CONTENTS ——— 1 – Introduction 2 – Variable Speed Drive Basics 3 – DC Motors and Drives 4 – AC Motors and Drives 5 – Motor Response to Variable Frequency 6 – Harmonics 7 – PWM Drive Parameters 8 – Maintenance of Pulse Width Modulated Drives 9 – Basics of Applying Drives 10 – Application Notes 11 – Heat and Enclosures 12 – Energy Saving Opportunities 13 – Case Histories 14 – Conclusion Glossary, For­mu­las, Product Summary, Software, In­dex

ISBN: 0-88173-310-5

ORDER CODE: 0444

6 x 9, 213 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $84.00

Learn to apply the latest innovative fiber optic lighting technologies…

FIBER OPTIC LIGHTING: A GUIDE FOR SPECIFIERS SECOND EDITION By Russell L. DeVeau Fiber optic lighting is a dynamic emerging tech­nology that offers a broad range of aes­thetic and prob­lem-solving options to the lighting designer. This prac­tical desk ref­erence is written to serve the needs of pro­fessional lighting de­signers, en­gi­neers, fa­cility man­agers, energy man­agers, ar­chi­tects and in­te­rior de­signers in applying and speci­fying these inno­vative products. The full spec­trum of related appli­cation, cost and design issues are thor­oughly addressed, cov­ering system fun­da­men­tals, com­po­nents, principles of op­eration and cre­ative uses of fi­ber op­tic lightingintoday’scommer­ cial, in­dus­trial and re­tail —————— CONTENTS —————— en­vi­ronments. 1 – Fundamentals of Fiber Optic 7 – Application Presentation ISBN: 0-88173-325-3 Lighting 6 x 9, 190 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $92.00 ORDER CODE: 0467

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2 – The Illuminator and Fibers 3 – Principles of Operation 4 – Light Loss 5 – Glass or Plastic? 6 – Accessories

8 – The Star-Like Display: Putting It All Together 9 – Perspectives on the Present and Future of Fiber Optic Illumination Appendices

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SECTION 5:

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Manager’s Guide to Preventive Building Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Pump User’s Handbook: Life Extension. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Practical Lubrication for Industrial Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Industrial Process Control Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Facility Manager’s Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Water Quality & Systems: A Guide for Facility Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Safety Management: A Guide for Facility Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Boiler Operator’s Handbook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Facility Manager’s Guide to Security: Protecting Your Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Handbook of Facility Assessment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Boiler Plant & Distribution System Optimization Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Combustion Efficiency Tables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50


Your step-by-step guide to optimizing facility maintenance operations while reducing costs and improving maintenance department management...

MANAGER’S GUIDE TO PREVENTIVE BUILDING MAINTENANCE By Ryan Cruzan Here’s your comprehensive guide for developing an effective preventive maintenance program for any facility. Topics include facility inspection and assessment, effective lubrication practices, commercial roofing repair, indoor air quality management, applicable government codes, standards and regulations, detailed preventive maintenance procedures, and maintenance scheduling. Specific maintenance approaches are examined for more than 100 types of equipment and building components. Also discussed are the economic value of preventive maintenance, management and motivation of the preventive maintenance team, and setting up a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). ISBN: 0-88173-619-8

6 x 9, 304 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

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——————————— CONTENTS —————————— PART I: CREATING AN EFFECTIVE PM PROGRAM 1 – What is PM? So, What Is PM? • Why Do PM? • Predictive Maintenance • Other Types of Maintenance • PM Planning Begins with Design 2 – The Economics of Preventive Maintenance The Jones-Lang-LaSalle Report • Selling PM to Management • PM as a Budgeting Tool • The Long Range Facilities Plan • The Repair or Replacement Decision • The Useful Life of Building Systems • Estimating PM Costs 3 – Getting to Work: Setting Up a PM Program Too Busy for Preventive Maintenance • Not Enough Maintenance Staff • Can’t Afford to Hire Staff for Specialized Tasks • Don’t Need to PM Something That’s Already Past Its Useful Service Life • Starting to Do Preventive Maintenance 4 – The People that Do PM Managing People • Getting Staff to Buy into Your Program • That Attitude of Continual Improvement • Training & Direction • Investing in Tools • Trust but Verify • Outsourcing PM • Final Thoughts PART II: TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SUCCESS 5 – Lubrication Theory Tribology • Reynold’s Theory • Choosing a Lubricant • Viscosity • Types of Lubricants • The Useful Life of Oil & Grease • How Often Do We Need to Grease Bearings? • Types of Bearings 6 – Maintaining Commercial Roofs The Four Common Types of Commercial Roofs • Roof Insulation • Fasteners, Flashing & Roof

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Penetrations • Roof Warranties • Preventive Maintenance of the Roof • Built-Up Roofing & Modified Bitumen Roofing 7 – HVAC Systems Refrigeration Machinery • Heat Pumps • Preventive Maintenance of Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Equipment • Cooling Towers & Cooling Loops • Chillers • Automated Controls • HVAC PM Checklist 8 – Belt Drives The 3 Types of Drive Belts • Drive Belt Length • What If I Don’t Have an Old Belt to Measure? • Other Drive Belt Characteristics • Proper Operation • Problems with Belt Drives • Inspecting Belt Drives 9 – Indoor Air Quality The 3 Parts of IAQ Problems • Comfort Issues • Solving IAQ Problems • Difficult IAQ Problems - Sick Building Syndrome 10 – Paint & Protective Coatings Types of Paint • Primers & Sealers • The Right Paint or Primer for the Job • Preparing the Surface • Environmental Concerns • Paint Failures • Inspecting & Recoating PART III: SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES & REQUIREMENTS 11 – Specific Maintenance Procedures & Requirements List 1: PM Tasks Listed by Frequency • List 2: PM Tasks Required by Building Codes or Regulatory Agencies • List 3: Equipment Specific Procedures, Requirements & Technical Details for PM Appendix Index

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Achieve superior pump operation in any type of application using time-proven strategies...

PUMP USER’S HANDBOOK: LIFE EXTENSION THIRD EDITION By Heinz P. Bloch and Allan R. Budris

Aimed at operating technicians, maintenance professionals, project engineers, reliability engineers and managers, this book is intended for every job function that comes in contact with process pumps, with focus on how you can achieve consistently superior run lengths, low maintenance expenditures, and unexcelled safety and reliability in all of your pump applications. The third edition includes updates on straight pipe requirements upstream of pump suction nozzles, details on temporary suction strainers, control strategies, detailed explanations and fully illustrated coverage of all API seal plans in use today, and case studies in mechanical seal upgrading. The demonstrated vulnerability of traditional oil slinger rings is contrasted against the sound rationale of solid oil flinger discs widely used in Europe. Small scale oil mist lubrication units are highlighted and new field installed pump vibration limits tabulated. Added focus is given to modern canned motor pumps that now range to 700 hp and pressures in excess of 2000 psi. Recessed impeller pumps with advantageous axial spiral discharge volutes and energy efficient “Split Flow” pumps are explained. A large segment of the text gives details on combining pump maintenance with systematic upgrading. ORDER CODE: 0639

ISBN: : 0-88173-627-9

8½ x 11, 492 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $160.00

–———————— CONTENTS ————————— 1 – Pump System Life Cycle Cost Reduction

9 – Improved Lubrication and Lube Application

2 – How to a Better Pump: Initial Cost Issues

10 – Oil Mist Lubrication & Storage Preservation

3 – Piping, Baseplate, Installation & Foundation Issues

11 – Coupling Selection Guidelines

4 – Operating Efficiency Improvement Considerations

12 – Pump Condition Monitoring Guidelines 13 – Pump Types & Materials

5 – Improved Pump Hydraulic Selection Extends Pump Life

14 – Pump Failure Analysis & Troubleshooting

6 – Improvements Leading to Mechanical Maintenance Cost Reductions

15 – Shop Repair & Spare Parts Availability & Procurement

7 – Bearings in Centrifugal Pumps

16 – Failure Statistics & Component Uptime Improvement Summary

8 – Mechanical Seal Selection & Application

Appendices, References, Index

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Use the most effective lubrication strategies to assure optimum machinery performance and minimal costly downtime…

PRACTICAL LUBRICATION FOR INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES SECOND EDITION By Heinz Bloch Now completely revised and updated, this book provides those who select and apply lubricants with a comprehensive resource on what products are available, and which lubricants are most effective for specific applications. This new edition expands on the issues of lubricant applications by oil rings (slinger rings) and the elusive problems that often result, and adds a major segment on bearing protector products. The full spectrum of industrial lubricants are addressed, including general purpose oils, hydraulic fluids, food-grade and environmentally friendly lubricants, synthetic lubricants, greases, pastes, waxes and tribosystems. Also examined are lubrication strategies for electric motor bearings, gears, compressors, gas engines and turbines, along with proper lubricant handling and storage, and effective oil analysis. ISBN: 0-88173-579-5 ORDER CODE: 0628 8½ x 11, 456 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $175.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Principles of Lubrication 2 – Lubricant Categories 3 – Lubricant Testing 4 – General Purpose R&O Oils 5 – Hydraulic Fluids 6 – Food Grade & Environmentally Friendly Lubricants 7 – Synthetic Lubricants 8 – Lubricants for Forest Products & Paper Machines 9 – Lubricating Greases 10 – Pastes, Waxes & Tribosystems 11 – Constant Level, Centralized & Oil Mist Lubrication System 12 – Bearings & Other Machine Elements 13 – Lubrication Strategies for Electric Motor Bearings 14 – Gear Lubrication 15 – Compressors & Gas Engines 16 – Steam & Gas Turbines 17 – Lube Oil Contamination & On- Stream Oil Purification 18 – Storage Methods & Lubricant Handling 19 – Successful Oil Analysis Practices in Industrial Plants Appendices, Glossary, Index

Gain a more thorough understanding of how industrial process control systems serve to optimize the manufacturing process…

INDUSTRIAL PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS

SECOND EDITION By Stephen W. Fardo and Dale R. Patrick Manufacturing deals with the transformation of materials into marketable products. A number of individual processes unique to the product being manufactured are generally grouped into systems which accomplish specific manufacturing operations. Systems that respond to temperature, pressure, flow, level, and analytical procedures are commonly used in an industrial setting to manufacture a product. In this book, the systems concept will serve as the basic approach to understanding and effectively applying industrial process control. Topics covered include the operating system, process control, pressure systems, thermal systems, level determining systems, flow process systems, analytical process systems, microprocessor systems, automated processes and robotic systems. ISBN: 0-88173-591-4 ORDER CODE: 0629 PAGE 46

6 x 9, 445 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $115.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Process Control Systems Overview 2 – Process Control 3 – Pressure Systems 4 – Thermal Systems 5 – Level Determining Systems 6 – Flow Process Systems 7 – Analytical Process Systems 8 – Microprocessor Systems 9 – Automated Process & Robotic Systems Appendices, Index

SECTION 5 — FACILITIES MANAGEMENT


Here’s your comprehensive resource manual for effective facility management in the 21st century…

FACILITY MANAGER’S HANDBOOK Joseph F. Gustin The “bricks and mortar” issues of facility man­ agement – HVAC, lighting, elec­trical, plumbing, space allo­cation, se­cu­rity and grounds main­te­ nance – con­tinue to be at the core the facility manager’s role. However, the pro­cesses involved in addressing these areas have be­come more com­ plex. The pro­lif­eration of regu­latory man­dates, worker com­pen­sation issues, increased em­ployee liti­gation, and violence in the work­place have re­ de­fined the role of the facility manager beyond “gatekeeper” to that of full-scale operations man­ ager. This book address all of these issues, and pro­vides a mul­ti­tude of tested ideas, procedures and examples for successfully and cost-effec­tively managing fa­cility operations, offering a pan­oramic view of the process by isolating the key areas the facility manager must address, in­cluding real estate, space and change man­agement, in­door air quality, emer­gency preparedness and re­sponse planning, commu­ni­cations sys­tems, regu­latory mandates and more. ISBN: 0‑88173‑353-9 ORDER CODE: 0498

6 x 9, 349 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $88.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Real Estate 2 – Space Management 3 – Change Management 4 – Indoor Air Quality 5 – Emergency Preparedness 6 – Emergency Response Model Plan 7 – Communications Systems 8 – The Americans with Disabilities Act 9 – The Safety, Emergency Response & Hazard Communication Planning Program 10 – Bomb Threats 11 – Evacuation 12 – Fire/Life/Safety Appendices, Index

Your A-Z reference for improving water quality, meeting new regulations, and reducing costs…

WATER QUALITY & SYSTEMS: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS SECOND EDITION By Robert N. Reid

This book was written to serve as a guide for facility managers and other building pro­fessionals who have the re­spon­si­bility for wa­ter supply and wastewater drainage sys­tems. Designed for on-the-job use, it will guide you step by step in achieving an op­ti­mally func­tioning system, while con­ trolling both op­er­ating and main­te­nance costs – and keeping building occu­pants satisfied and pro­ductive. You’ll learn the best approaches to keeping your wa­ter sys­tems both safe and efficient, and also assuring that your are in full com­pliance with all applicable regulations. ISBN: 0-88173-332-6 ORDER CODE: 0522

6 x 9, 324 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $92.00

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—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Water Management 2 – Water: Supply & Disposal 3 – Law & Regulations 4 – Water Impurities 5 – Scale & Corrosion of Water Systems 6 – Upgrades & Renovations 7 – Pipe & Fittings 8 – Pumps & Tanks 9 – Valves & Fixtures 10 – Instrumentation, Hydraulics, Plumbing 11 – Water Supply Systems 12 – Hot Water Systems 13 – Wastewater Systems 14 – Applications 15 – Project Management 16 – Performance Testing 17 – Maintenance 18 – Managing Your Team 19 – Trade Groups & Associations Appendices, Index

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Maximize safety and standards compliance while minimizing injuries, liabilities and downtime…

SAFETY MANAGEMENT: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS SECOND EDITION By Joseph F. Gustin Joseph Gustin’s Safety Management is de­signed as an easy-to-access, ready guide to the world of safety planning and com­pliance, OSHA in­ spections, workplace vio­lence, er­go­nomics, re­cov­ery from down­time losses, the intricacies of ADA, and more. Emphasis is placed on maxi­ mizing pro­duc­tivity and stan­dards com­pliance, while mini­mizing in­ju­ries, liabilities and down­ time. The new sec­ond edition pro­vides up­dated statistics, a cross com­pari­son of “old” vs. “new” OSHA stan­dards, an update on em­ployer com­ pliance re­quirements to ADA with ref­erences to various court de­cisions, discussion of new er­go­nomics stan­dards, ex­pla­nation of re­cent re­visions to OSHA workplace inspection/in­ves­ ti­gation pro­ce­dures and record keeping rules, and new ma­terial on violence in the work­place which in­cludes checklists, case studies and rec­ ommen­dations. ISBN: 0-88173-331-8 ORDER CODE: 0598

6 x 9, 298 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Understanding Safety as a Workplace Issue 2 – Rights & Responsibilities 3 – The Whistleblower Act 4 – Safety Regulations & Facility Liability 5 – The Americans with Disabilities Act 6 – Assessing & Managing Risk 7 – Violence in the Workplace 8 – The Safety, Emergency Response & Hazard Communication Planning Program 9 – Preparing for the OSHA Inspection 10 – Keeping Accurate Records 11 – Change Management Appendices, Index

Apply tried and proven methods and strategies to achieve optimum boiler plant performance…

BOILER OPERATOR’S HANDBOOK By Ken Heselton, P.E., C.E.M. This book was written specifically for boiler plant operators and su­per­visors who want to learn how to lower plant operating costs, as well as how to operate the plant of all types and sizes more wisely. Going beyond the basics of “keeping the pressure up,” the author explains in clear terms how to set effective priorities to assure op­ti­mum plant op­eration, in­cluding safety, con­ti­nuity of op­eration,damagepre­vention,man­agingen­ vi­ron­men­tal im­pact, training re­placement plant op­erators, logging and pre­serving historical data, and operating the plant eco­nomically. The book can also serve as an im­por­tant reference for man­agers and su­per­ in­ten­dents who are in­ter­esting in re­ducing a facility’s op­er­ating expense. ISBN: 0-88173-434-9 ORDER CODE: 0532 PAGE 48

8 1/2 x 11, 401 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $150

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Operating Wisely 2 – Operations 3 – What the Wise Operator Knows 4 – Special Systems 5 – Maintenance 6 – Consumables 7 – Water Treatment 8 – Strength of Materials 9 – Plants & Equipment 10 – Controls 11 – Why They Fail Appendices, Bibliography, Index SECTION 5 — FACILITIES


Here’s your complete guide to optimum protection for your facility, personnel and valuable assets…

FACILITY MANAGER’S GUIDE TO SECURITY: PROTECTING YOUR ASSETS By Robert Reid This book was written specifically to pro­ vide the facility man­ager with vir­tually all information needed to build and manage an effective security system for any type of facility. Topics include fa­cility layout, distances and sepa­ration, fencing, access con­trol, intrusion de­tection sys­tems, pass key and key control systems, locks, hasps, gates, etc. Also explored are more so­phis­ti­ cated systems such as closed circuit TV, mi­ cro­wave trans­mitters, lasers, lighting, clear zone, com­puter access con­trol, thumbprint and reti­nal scan access con­trol, voice print analysis, and hand ge­om­etry. In addition, non-hardware as­pects of security are ex­am­ ined, in­cluding se­cu­rity clearances and back­ ground checks, guards, rounds, shift work, training, and procedure de­vel­opment. ISBN: 0-88173-479-9

ORDER CODE: 0534

6 x 9, 327 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $98.00

——— CONTENTS ——— 1 – Threats to Facilities 2 – Risk Assessment 3 – Physical Separation: Fences, Barriers, Gates, Distance, Lighting 4 – Building Elements & Explosion Behavior 5 – Openings in Buildings 6 – Access Hardware: Mechanical Locks, Latches, Keys 7 – Electronic Access Hardware: Locks 8 – Electronic Lock Control: Giving Users Access 9 – Computerized Access Control 10 – Intrusion Detection: Preventing Unauthorized Access 11 – Closed Circuit Television Systems: Who Is There & What Are They Doing? 12 – Eavesdropping & Voyeurism & What to Do About It 13 – Power Supply for Security System Devices 14 – Guards & Guard Forces 15 – People: Personnel, Badges, Background Checks, Training, System Testing & Security Professional Certification 16 – Emergency Response 17 – Security Associations: Who Can You Turn To? Bibliography, Glossary, Index

Here’s your complete guide to making crucial “repair or replace” decisions for your facility…

HANDBOOK OF FACILITY ASSESSMENT By James Piper This practical guide is designed for facility and main­te­ nance man­agers who are facing “re­pair or replace” de­ cisions for their buildings. Filled with useful in­for­mation and re­sources to aid in the decision process, this hands-on reference will show you how to accu­rately rate the con­dition of ex­isting equipment and com­po­nents, effectively assess your options, and avoid making costly mis­takes. De­tailed step-by-step in­structions are pro­vided, along with forms listing spe­cific cri­te­ria iden­tified for rating each building com­po­nent. ISBN: 0-88173-321-0 6 x 9, 452 pp., Illus. Hardcover, $135.00

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—————— CONTENTS —————— 1 – The Facility Assessment 6 – Mechanical Systems Process 7 – Plumbing Systems 8 – Electrical Systems 2 – General Forms 9 – Transportation Systems 3 – The Building Site 10 – Outdoor Recreational 4 – The Building Envelope Facilities 5 – The Building Interior Index

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Learn how to implement over 60 proven measures to boost efficiency and optimize boiler plant performance…

BOILER PLANT AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION MANUAL SECOND EDITION By Harry Taplin, P.E. Completely revised and edited, this expert’s guide to boilers details all you’ll need to know to implement a proven, systematic approach to improving boiler plant and distribution system efficiency. For the sec­ond edition, a new “boiler plant ori­en­tation” chapter has been added to the be­ginning of the book to give you a fast overview of the key boiler plant optimization issues and solution approaches. The author then takes you step by step through each of the tech­ nical, practical and managerial as­pects of boiler performance improvement, pro­viding you with the tools you’ll need to implement an effective, fine-tuned boiler optimization program for your facility. You’ll learn the best methods for cal­cu­ lating and assessing efficiency, analyzing and optimizing com­bustion, selecting and applying appropriate controls, and optimally tuning up your boilers. You’ll find in-depth coverage of such topics as fuel oil additives, modulation controls, automatic blowdown control, power burners, submerged com­bustion, fuel se­lection, oxygen, fuel gas mea­surement, multi-state gas valves, fuel oil viscosity management and more. ISBN: 0‑88173‑265-6 ORDER CODE: 0404

8 1⁄2 x 11, 387 pp., Illus. Softcover, $84.00

—— CONTENTS —— 1 – Boiler Plant Orientation: Fast Track 2 – Optimizing Boiler Plants, Establishing the Ideal Scene 3 – Energy Management Basics for Boilers and Sys­tems 4 – Boiler Plant Efficiency 5 – Distribution System Efficiency 6 – Efficiency Calculation Methods 7 – Combustion Analysis 8 – The Control of Boilers 9 – Boiler Tune Up 10 – Over 60 Ways to Improve Efficiency 11 – Boiler Plant Calculations 12 – Waste Heat Recovery 13 – Steam System Optimization 14 – Steam Traps 15 – Boiler Water Treatment Appendices Index

Use these easy-reference table to save countless hours in your boiler optimization efforts…

COMBUSTION EFFICIENCY TABLES By Harry Taplin, P.E. Anyone involved in improving combustion effi­ ciency will find the ninety-three combustion effi­ ciency tables con­tained in this reference a valuable, time-saving tool. Pub­lished here for the first time, the tables are based on the ASME/ANSI Power Test Code 4.1, and are designed to sys­tem­atically illustrate how different variables impact the combustion process. The vast amount of information presented is conveniently organized for easy reference, so that the user can quickly locate the information which pertains to the type of fuel, or type of boiler he is dealing with. ORDER CODE: 0277

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ISBN: 0-88173-143-9

8 1⁄2 x 11, 228 pp., Softcover, $59.00

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Four complete books on one CD…

THE POWER GEN­ERATION REFERENCE LIBRARY CD Including over 1700 pages of text, graphics, charts and illustrations, the Power Gen­eration Reference Library CD pro­vides an eco­nomical re­source for today’s energy pro­fessional. Indexed with bookmarksfor convenient navi­ gation, the CD-ROM con­tains the following four com­plete books in Adobe Acrobat® PDF format: • Combined Heating, Cooling & Power Handbook: Technologies & Applications by Neil Petchers • Small-Scale Cogeneration Handbook Second Edition by Bernard F. Kolanowski • Gas Turbine Handbook: Principles & Practices Second Edition by Tony Giampaolo, P.E. • Guide to Electric Power Generation Second Edition by Anthony J. Pansini and Kenneth D. Smalling ORDER CODE: 0521

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR ENERGY MANAGERS Compiled and edited by Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. This important reference aims specifically to prepare energy managers to un­der­stand the basic con­cepts of in­for­mation tech­nology (IT), so that they can successfully apply this knowl­edge in their facility – and have the un­der­standing nec­essary to supervise the IT work of a consultant or vendor. You’ll find all critical in­for­mation needed to effectively purchase, install and operate complex web-based energy in­for­mation and con­trol systems. Com­pre­hen­sive in scope, this ref­erence addresses all of the most sig­nifi­cant energy and facility-rel­evant IT concepts and prin­ciples with emphasis on networking, use of facility op­eration da­ta­bases, and sharing data using the web and the TCP/IP commu­ni­cations protocol. ISBN: 0-88173-449-7 8 1/2 x 11, Hardcover, 426 pp., Illus.

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WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS 2008 PRO­CEEDINGS CD Held October 1-3, 2008, Washington, DC Published in Adobe Acrobat PDF® format, this CD contains con­tri­butions from more than 165 top experts spanning vir­tually every area of commercial, industrial, institutional and gov­ern­men­tal energy management . Papers cover a broad spec­trum of topics, including green and sustainable facility design/retrofit, ad­vances in lighting efficiency, HVAC optimization, motor efficiency, steam system op­ti­mi­zation, building commissioning, power quality, building automation, energy in­for­mation systems, re­newable en­ergy applications, load profiling, cogeneration, dis­trib­uted gen­eration, fuel cell ad­vances, pho­to­vol­taic applications, smart in­su­lation, high per­for­mance facility planning, LEED® cer­ti­fi­cation, federal energy man­agement, indoor air quality developments, per­for­mance con­tracting and project fi­nancing, and much more.

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WEB BASED ENERGY INFORMATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS By Barney L. Capehart and Lynne C. Capehart

Advances in new equipment, new pro­cesses and new technology are the driving forces in im­provements in energy man­agement, energy effi­ciency and en­ergy cost control. The purpose of this book is to document the operational ex­pe­rience with web based sys­tems in actual facilities and in varied applications, and to show how new oppor­tu­nities have de­vel­oped for energy and fa­cility man­agers to quickly and effec­tively control and manage their op­erations. You’ll find in­for­mation on what is actually happening at other fa­cilities, and see what is involved for current and future in­stallations of internetbased tech­nologies. The case studies and appli­cations de­scribed should provide valuable assistance. ISBN: 0-88173-501-9 8 1/2 x 11, Hardcover, 545 pp., Illus.

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MANAGEMENT, MEASUREMENT & VERIFICATION OF PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING By James P. Waltz, P.E.

Written by a leading expert in the field of mea­surement and veri­fi­cation, this book pro­vides a truly au­thori­tative resource on the skill and art of managing and moni­toring per­for­mance con­tracted energy projects. Following a brief re­view of the fundamental con­cepts of per­for­mance con­tracting, the author guides you through every as­pect of ac­tually imple­menting a successful per­for­mance con­tract. You’ll find out what can lead a project to go wrong, as well as how to monitor and verify a project’s true per­for­mance all along the way. Nu­merous case studies and specific project ex­amples are used to clearly illus­trate the con­cepts presented. ISBN: 0-88173-271-0 6 x 9, Hardcover, 346 pp., Illus.

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ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION ENGINEERING THIRD EDITION By Anthony J. Pansini, E.E., P.E. This comprehensive volume brings you up-to-date information on the latest developments which impact planning and design of electrical distribution systems. Addressing topics such as mechanical designs, materials improvements, total quality control, computers and electronic circuitry, this book answers questions on everything from the basics of electrical and mechanical design to the selection of optimum materials and equipment. Beginning with initial planning considerations, the author takes you step-by-step through each stage of mechanical design of the principal facilities, including substation installation. Other topics include safety, quality of service, load shedding, brownouts, demand controls and more. ISBN: 0-88173-546-9 6 X 9, Hardcover, 525 pp., Illus.

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COGENERATION & SMALL POWER PRODUCTION MANUAL FIFTH EDITION By Scott Spiewak and Larry Weiss The Cogeneration and Small Power Pro­duction Manual’s cov­erage of the sub­ject is truly com­pre­hen­sive, spanning the full spectrum of tech­ nical, le­gal and financial aspects of project planning and man­agement. Utility deregulation is spurring new in­terest in the ex­plo­ration of co­gen­ eration and small power pro­duction as an eco­nomically viable choice. This manual will serve as a reliable information re­source to guide your analysis of any project, giving you the tools you need to determine the true economics of your decision. The latest edition includes a new section on utility stanby rates and their im­pact. ISBN: 0-88173-270-2 8 1/2 x 11, Softcover, 344 pp., Illus.

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DICTIONARY OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY TECHNOLOGIES

By Michael F. Hordeski This comprehensive reference addresses the di­verse topics that form the back­bone of energy con­ser­vation, in a time-saving dic­tio­nary format. Entries in­clude a broad range of important topics, covering such areas as ad­vanced power system in­fra­struc­ture, power options and configurations, systems of gen­erator backup, re­dun­dancy, capacity, power quality prob­lems, power pro­tection, com­puter-con­trolled sys­tems, auditing, en­ergy reduction, lighting sys­tems, co­gen­eration, waste heat re­cov­ery and HVAC sys­tems. Each entry is one to several pages in length, and covers critical issues and solutions in many im­ por­tant emerging areas of the energy effi­ciency field. ISBN: 0-88173-455-1 6 x 9, Hardcover, 358 pp., Illus.

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INVESTMENT GRADE ENERGY AUDIT

By Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D., and James W. Brown, P.E. This book was written to give energy-involved pro­fessionals the tools they need to take their en­ergy audits to the next level, and use them to accu­rately predict a building’s future energy use and true savings po­ten­tial. Going beyond the con­ven­tional en­ergy audit, which can lead to pro­jections which are fre­quently off by as much as ±20%, this book pro­vides detailed guide­lines on how to use the new tool, the in­vestment grade audit (IGA), to predict savings with much greater accu­racy. The au­thors have cov­ered every as­pect of the IGA, in­cluding risk man­agement, the “people” factor, mea­surement and veri­fi­cation, fi­nancing issues, report pre­sen­tation guide­lines, and mas­ter planning strategies. ISBN: 0-88173-362-8 6 x 9, Hardcover, 195 pp., Illus.

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NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY By Michael F. Hordeski

This book examines the full scope of new technologies now available to reduce de­pen­dency on the increasingly stressed power grid in­ fra­struc­ture. The author details the tools and technologies available for in­cor­po­rating smaller, clean, more efficient energy-gen­er­ating tech­nologies such as small-scale co­gen­eration, fuel cells, and natu­ ral gas dis­trib­uted gen­eration into your energy man­agement plan. Thor­oughly ex­am­ined are the role of new tech­nologies in reducing op­er­ating costs and im­proving energy man­agement, in­cluding use of al­ter­native en­ergy, moni­toring rates and policy, man­aging power quality, effective use of energy ser­vices, assessing en­ergy storage options, integrating lighting and cooling systems, and more. ISBN: 0-88173-369-5 6 x 9, Hardcover, 376 pp., Illus.

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HVAC PROCEDURES & FORMS MANUAL SECOND EDITION By Herbert C. Wendes Developed for real projects in­volving HVAC, en­ergy au­diting, TAB, and cost es­ti­mating, and re­fined through feed­back from thou­sands of en­gi­neers and tech­nicians, the forms con­tained in this manual are concise, com­pre­hen­sive, and op­ti­mally or­ga­nized for easy ref­ erence. Com­plete sets of forms are pro­vided for all as­pects of testing and bal­ancing, energy au­diting, indoor quality di­ag­no­sis, and load cal­cu­lations. Also included is a chap­ter on tech­nical man­agement, pro­viding pro­ce­dures for achieving thor­ough, sys­tem­atic and accu­rate prob­lem solving, trouble­shooting and de­cision making in building sys­tems man­agement and con­tracting. ISBN: 0-88173-359-8 8 1/2 x 11, Softcover, 268 pp., Illus.

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FACILITY MANAGEMENT REFERENCE LIBRARY CD SECOND EDITION With over 3,800 pages of text and graphics, this CD is an economical training, research and reference resource. The CD contains the following 11 complete books in Acrobat PDF® format: • • • • • • • • • • •

Bioterrorism: A Guide for Facility Managers Cyber Terrorism: A Guide for Facility Managers Facility Manager’s Guide to Security: Protecting Your Assets Handbook of Facility Assessment Water Quality & Systems: A Guide for Facility Managers (2nd Edition) Disaster & Recovery Planning: A Guide for Facility Managers (3rd Edition) Facility Manager’s Handbook Indoor Air Quality: A Guide for Facility Managers Lighting Upgrades: A Guide for Facility Managers Boiler Operator’s Handbook Pump User’s Handbook: Life Extension

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PRINCIPLES OF CONTROLLED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

By P. Dale Johnson An effective, well-managed main­te­nance pro­gram is cru­cial to the efficient and eco­nomical per­for­mance of any type of fa­cility. This book presents a complete, step-by-step guide to sys­tem­atically im­proving over­all main­te­nance operations, covering main­te­nance or­ga­ni­zation, in­ventory, con­tinuous in­spection, planning, sched­uling and pro­gram man­agement. The pre­sen­tation is struc­tured in a manner which allows the reader to uti­lize ba­sic guide­lines in imple­menting a man­agement sys­tem which can be cus­tomized to the spe­cific re­quirements and goals of his/her plant or fa­cility, re­gardless of size or type of operation. ISBN: 0-88173-354-7 6 x 9, Hardcover, 137 pp., Illus.

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ROTATING MACHINERY: PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO UNBALANCE & MISALIGNMENT By Robert B. McMillan This book brings you both a theoretical and prac­tical un­der­standing of unbalance and mis­alignment in ro­tating equipment. These two con­ ditions account for the vast ma­jority of prob­lems with ro­tating equipment en­coun­tered in the real world. You’ll learn the ways in which vibration can be used to de­ter­mine the op­era­tional in­teg­rity of ro­tating ma­chin­ery. You’ll gain a clear un­der­standing of the re­la­tionships be­tween various vi­bra­tional char­ac­ter­is­tics and the asso­ciated forces gen­erated within the op­er­ating ma­chin­ery when con­ditions of un­balance and mis­alignment are present. Reso­nance and beat fre­quencies are de­tailed, along with sources and cures. ISBN: 0-88173-466-7 6 x 9, Hardcover, 229 pp., Illus.

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BIOTERRORISM: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS By Joseph F. Gustin In the age of terrorism, the fa­cility manager is in a more critical position than ever before. Protecting the organization’s building and its occupants from chemical, biological and ra­dio­logical (CBR) attacks that are designed to dis­rupt and/or destroy business operation has become an increasingly important pri­ority for facility managers. This book addresses CBR attacks, as well as other forms of terrorism concerns, such as mailroom se­cu­rity, bomb threats, etc., along with the nec­essary steps for prevention, how to assess vul­nerabil­ity, how to improve emer­gency pre­paredness, and how to assure op­ti­mum re­sponse and recovery in the event of an attack. ISBN: 0-88173-468-3 6 x 9, Hardcover, 265 pp., Illus.

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CYBER TERRORISM: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS By Joseph F. Gustin

Protecting the organization’s in­fra­struc­ture from cyber-based atacks that are designed to disrupt and/or destroy business operations is becoming increasingly important for fa­cility managers. This book addresses cyber terrorism and other forms of terrorist ac­tivity, including mailroom security, bomb threats, and the constant attack fromviruses, hackers and other invasive pro­grams. Also cov­ered in de­tail are the nec­essary steps for prevention, how to assess vulnerabil­ity, emer­gency pre­paredness, pre­vention strat­egies, and incidentresponse and recovery. ISBN: 0-88173-442-X

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EMERGENCY & BACKUP POWER SOURCES: PREPARING FOR BLACK­OUTS & BROWNOUTS By Michael Hordeski This book provides invaluable information on emer­gency and backup power sources. The reader will find much useful in­for­mation on the types of sys­tems that can take over during power in­terruptions, such as standby power systems that employ batteries, kinetic energy storage, fuel cells, re­ cip­ro­cating en­gines, and tur­bines. Topics include, power dis­tur­bances and in­terruptions, spikes and noise, sags and surges, black­outs and brown­outs, surge suppression, voltages regu­lation, load man­agement, power quality issues, re­liabil­ity and main­tainabil­ity, com­pari­son of op­er­ating costs, en­ vi­ron­men­tal issues, black­out planning, emer­gency pro­ce­dures, and more. ISBN: 0-88173-484-5 6 x 9, Hardcover, 313 pp., Illus.

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DISASTER & RECOVERY PLANNING: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS FOURTH EDITION By Joseph F. Gustin

The key to understanding the complexities of di­sas­ter preparedness and business con­ti­nuity lies in focusing upon the issue of pre­vention, or miti­ gation. This best-selling ref­erence speaks to the issues of pre­vention, as well as “con­trolling” the effects of a di­sas­ter on a company’s operations. A special chap­ter on bioterrorism addresses assessing and managing bioterrorism-re­lated risk. Statistical data on work­place vio­lence is also pro­vided. Other critical topics in­clude cov­erage of regu­lator in­fluence, effective miti­gation strat­egies, enlisting the media’s assis­tance in re­cov­ ery planning, con­tin­gency planning, loss pre­vention, fa­cility evacuation, em­ployee training, chain of command, check­lists, com­puter and data pro­ tection, bomb threat re­sponse, standby power, self-in­spection, and more. ISBN: 0-88173-557-4 6 x 9, Hardcover, 423 pp., Illus.

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP SKILLS FOR ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS By Barry Benator, P.E., C.E.M., and Albert Thumann, P.E., C.E.M.

Project management is the key to any en­gi­neering and construction project’s success. Now you can learn from the experts real-world tested strategies you can use to lead your projects to on-time, within budget, high quality success stories. Specifics of sched­uling, cost es­ti­mating and leadership skills are fully de­tailed. The au­thors will show you how to or­ga­nize your project from the very be­ginning to achieve success. You’ll also learn to use win-win negotiation skills during each stage of your project. Real world examples will fa­cili­tate your un­der­standing of how to apply every aspect of the ma­terial pre­sented in the text. ISBN: 0‑88173‑429-2 6 x 9, Hardcover, 226 pp., Illus.

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USER’S GUIDE TO NATURAL GAS PURCHASING AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Edited by F. William Payne The planning which users must now un­der­take if they are to prop-erly manage their natu­ral gas pur­chases has become quite com­plex. This book ex­plores the evo­lution of market changes and helps the reader un­der­stand ways to make the buying pro­cess most economi-cal and beneficial. The full scope of effective gas pur­chase manage-ment is cov­ered, including de­vel­oping a pur­chasing strat­egy, the gas mar­keting pro­cess, critical el­ements of natu­ral gas con­tracts, re­tail en­ergy con­ tracts, the gas fu­tures market, fuel and cost man-agement strat­egies, effective use of gas supply aggre­gation, the im­pact of FERC Or­der 636, and im­por­tant en­vi­ron­men­tal consider-ations. ISBN: 0-88173-298-2 6 x 9, Hardcover, 242 pp., Illus.

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ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND POWER SYSTEMS

SECOND EDITION By Dale R. Patrick and Stephen W. Fardo This authoritative ref­erence will serve as your com­plete guide to today’s rotating elec­trical ma­chin­ery and power systems, pre­sented in a clear, easy-to-assimi­late for­mat. The au­thors have de­vel­oped an “elec­trical power systems” model to present key con­cepts of pro­duction, dis­ tri­bution, con­version and con­trol sys­tems. Subjects cov­ered in­clude physical char­ac­ter­is­tics of ro­tating sys­tems, elec­trical power basics, AC and DC gen­erators, trans­formers, power dis­tri­bution sys­tems, DC motors, single-phase and three-phase AC motors, spe­cialized elec­trical ma­chin­ery, con­trol sys­tems, and mea­surement and testing equipment. ISBN: 0-88173-239-7 6 x 9, Hardcover, 398 pp., Illus.

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SLASHING UTILITY COSTS HANDBOOK

SECOND EDITION By John M. Studebaker, Ph.D. Thousands of companies accomplished their goal of saving thou­sands of dollars in utility costs by imple­menting the tech­niques pre­sented in the first edition of this handbook. In this new edition, Dr. Studebaker brings you up to speed on how to achieve even greater savings as de­regu­lation pro­vides new al­ter­natives and stra­te­gic cost re­duction oppor­tu­nities. You’ll gain an un­der­standing of usage and billing prac­ tices which in­fluence your utility costs, as well as how retail wheeling impacts your decisions. Material on pur­chasing natu­ral gas takes into account current negotiation priorities and con­trac­tual considerations. Chapters on cogeneration cover use of shared savings strategies as well as turnkey approaches. ISBN: 0‑88173‑283-4

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GLOBALCON 2009 PROCEEDINGS CD

Association of Energy Engineers Held April 1-2, 2009 / Atlantic City, NJ This CD contains the text of many of the papers presented during the 2009 Globalcon conference program, published in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Contributions from leading experts representing a broad spectrum of specialties within the industrial, institutional and governmental energy management fields cover topics including energy cost control, carbon reduction, lighting efficiency, renewable/green energy developments, climate change, smart buildings and more, along with case histories of successful projects. List Price: $50.00

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ROOFING AND CLADDING SYSTEMS HANDBOOK: A GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGERS By Robert Reid Here is the first detailed manual designed spe­cifically to guide the facility manager in making the best de­cisions regarding roofing sys­ tems re­placements, repairs and upgrades. You’ll learn about the latest de­vel­opments in roofing ma­te­rials and cladding systems, as well as how factors such as weather con­ditions and ther­mal ex­pansion and con­traction im­pact roofing de­sign and material se­lection. Other topics in­clude in­su­lation and wa­ter­proofing membrane re­quirements, en­ergy sys­tem cal­cu­lations, fas­teners and flashings, local codes and stan­dards, life cycles of roofing sys­tems, en­vi­ron­men­tal con­sid­er­ations, roofing project man­agement, and warranty and main­te­nance of roofing sys­ tems, and roofing safety and liabil­ity. ISBN: 0-88173-330-X 6 x 9, Hardcover, 268 pp., Illus.

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MANUAL FOR INTELLIGENT ENERGY SERVICES By Shirley J. Hansen, Ph.D. This book is dedicated to the front line man­ager of America’s eco­nomic life blood: en­ergy. It is designed to help owners and man­agers first assess their organization’s en­ergy con­ditions, and then de­ter­mine the best outsourcing strat­egies for needed ser­vices. The au­thor shares ex­ pe­riences drawn from over twenty-five years in the en­ergy business and work in over 30 coun­tries, and pro­vides succinct case studies to ex­pand on im­por­tant points raised and to provide in­sight into their appli­cation. The final section takes into account recent events which have high­lighted the un­pre­dictable situation surrounding our energy supplies, as well as how to make the most of it. ISBN: 0-88173-380-6 6 x 9, Hardcover, 295 pp., Illus.

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FINE TUNING AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS By Billy C. Langley This comprehensive hands-on manual covers all the procedures nec­ essary to fine tune heating, ventilating, air conditioning and re­frig­eration systems for op­ti­mum op­er­ating effi­ciency. Easy-to-follow guide­lines and worksheets guide you each step of the pro­cess giving you the tools you need to assure that equipment can operate at peak effi­ciency as designed by the manu­fac­turer. The full spec­trum of sys­tems and equipment are cov­ered, including electric heating, gas heating, oil burners, air con­di­tioning sys­tems, heat pumps, and re­frig­eration equipment. A wealth of helpful dia­grams, illustrations, es­ti­mating tools, and worksheets are also provided. ISBN: 0-88173-358-X 8 1/2 x 11, Softcover, 327 pp., Illus..

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Association of Energy Engineers Held June 10-11, 2009 / Long Beach, CA This CD contains the many of the papers presented during the 2009 West Coast Energy Management Congress conference program, published in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Contributions from leading experts in the end-user commercial, industrial, institutional energy field address topics including energy cost control, green building developments, climate change, carbon reduction, new lighting technologies and lighting retrofit, industrial energy efficiency opportunities, successful utility programs, new developments in building automation systems, detailed project case histories and more. List Price: $82.00

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TRANSMISSION LINE RELIABILITY AND SECURITY By Anthony J. Pansini, E.E., P.E. Electric service has become a necessity, not only in the lives of in­di­viduals, but also in the operation of public services. This timely book tack­les both the problems of reliability and se­cu­rity in clear, precise terms. Drawing upon his ex­ten­sive hands-on knowl­edge of power systems, Mr. Pansini offers prac­tical, inno­vative solutions to address these issues – so­lutions based in the design, con­struction, main­te­nance and op­eration of trans­ mission fa­cilities. You’ll gain a clearer un­der­standing of the real effects of deregulation on the re­liabil­ity of existing trans­mission systems, and ben­ efit from an expert’s view of what may be done to maintain or improve their reliability. ISBN: 0-88173-471-3 6 x 9, Hardcover, 335 pp., Illus.

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INDOOR AIR QUALITY CASE STUDIES REFERENCE GUIDE Edited by George Benda This book provides you with the benefit of both good and bad ex­pe­ riences in indoor air quality man­agement over the past de­cade. The case studies are pre­sented with commen­tary to guide you in cap­turing the lessons learned. Each case study contains the details you need to fully understand what went right as well as what went wrong. The insightful analysis presented with each case is de­signed to assist you in gen­er­aliz­ing the results for appli­ca­bility to other types of settings. Supporting tech­nical and scientific data is pre­sented for each case. ISBN: 0-88173-305-9 8 1/2 x 11, Hardcover, 238 pp., Illus.

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HVAC CONTROL IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM

By Michael Hordeski Building con­di­tioning now accounts for about 20% of the total energy con­sumed in the U.S., so com­puter-optimized HVAC sys­tems can make a major con­tri­bution in re­ducing our na­tional en­ergy use. This book ex­am­ines how the latest ad­vances in dis­trib­uted tech­nology will be used in commer­cial sys­tems. Topics in­clude the full scope of current and emerging HVAC con­trol tech­nologies, cov­ering per­ sonal com­puter-based sys­tems, ex­pert sys­tems, fi­ber optic in­fra­red tech­nologies, wireless commu­ni­cation, self-op­ti­mizing soft­ware sensors, micro tech­nology, dis­trib­uted direct digi­tal con­trol, con­trol bus tech­niques, and more. ISBN: 0-88173-339-3 6 x 9, Hardcover, 387 pp., Illus.

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PUMP APPLICATION DESK BOOK

THIRD EDITION By Paul N. Garay Here’s your complete guide to solving the prob­lems asso­ciated with all types of pump appli­cations. Ex­am­ined in detail are pumping of vis­cous fluids, speci­fi­ cation of variable speed pumping con­trols, use of pump curves, slurries and their asso­ciated prob­lems, and pump cat­ego­ries and uses. A full chap­ter is devoted to seals and bal­ancing de­vices, addressing con­sid­er­ations such as me­chanical seals, stuffing box de­tails, in­ter­nal pump seals, mag­netic fluid seals, and seal flushing and coding sys­tems. Also cov­ered are re­cent de­vel­opments in spe­cialized pump appli­cations in­cluding slurry pump trans­port of solid ma­te­rials. The text is illus­ trated with nu­merous no­mo­grams, tables and fig­ures to guide you in selecting the best pumps for your appli­cations. ISBN: 0‑88173‑231-1

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INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS: DEVICES & SYSTEMS SECOND EDITION By Stephen W. Fardo In a fairly short time span, industry has made a transition from largely manual manu­fac­turing methods to some very so­phis­ti­cated au­to­mated procedures . Recent de­vel­opments in such areas as solid-state elec­tronics, mi­cro­min­ia­tur­ization, computers, mi­cro­pro­cessors, pro­grammable con­ trollers and ro­botics have had a huge im­pact on in­dus­trial tech­nicians and en­gi­neers. This book was written to serve as a guide to today’s new devices and au­to­mated systems, taking you step by step through each com­po­nent and sub-sys­tem, and leading to a level of un­der­standing sufficient to fa­cili­tate the man­agement of over­all system op­eration, and assessment/correction of mal­functions when they occur. ISBN: 0-88173-320-2 List Price: $125.00 7 x 10, Hardcover, 658 pp., Illus. CURRENT PRICE: $24.00

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CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION TECHNOLOGY IN HVAC: PCs & EN­VI­RON­MEN­TAL CONTROLS By Michael Hordeski As energy costs continue to grow in relation to overall operating costs, the need for more refined HVAC control has become more crucial. HVAC strategies such as optimizing start-up time and supply air tem­pera­ture, and minimizing fan energy and reheating are not only possible, but are becoming necessary. This book examines the the spe­cifics of how emerging technologies can now be applied to HVAC sys­tems. The latest HVAC control technologies and their appli­cation are fully examined, with specific coverage of HVAC op­ti­mi­zation strat­egies, boiler and pump control, heat pump and chiller op­ti­mi­zation, en­vi­ron­men­tal controls, wireless control, computer control and building au­to­mation. ISBN: 0-88173-306-7 6 x 9, Hardcover, 319 pp., Illus.

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EFFECTIVELY MANAGING NATURAL GAS COSTS

By John Studebaker Natural gas purchasing is generally deregulated on a federal or in­ter­state basis. However, intrastate, there are many con­ditions that come into play which typically trans­late into higher costs for the commer­cial or in­dus­trial user. This book is intended to serve as com­pre­hen­sive ref­erence to be used by the natural gas pur­chaser to sort out both po­ten­tial pitfalls that can nega­tively impact gas costs, and oppor­tu­nities for sig­nifi­cant savings available to the informed user. Each step in the process of natural gas pro­duction and delivery is thor­oughly ex­am­ined, in­cluding pro­duction, inter/intrastate trans­por­tation, regu­lation, cost factors, local dis­tri­bution, com­pany struc­tures, and de­regu­lation pro­cesses. Also fully covered is the natu­ral gas LDC billing pro­cess, and related savings. ISBN: 0‑88173‑499-3

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