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Building Services Design for Energy Efficient Buildings

Tymkow, Paul (Hoare Lea Consulting Engin
"This book provides a contemporary introduction and guide to building services design, for students and practitioners alike"--
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Plumbing Principles and Practice

Haq, Syed Azizul
This book provides a complete introduction to plumbing services. It explains the principles and provides practical examples of planning, design, installation and maintenance of the plumbing technologies applicable to single-storey buildings, skyscrapers and everything in between.
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Basics Lighting Design

Skowranek R
The good provision of daylight and matching artificial lighting installations make an important contribution to energy conservation.
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Basics Building Technology

Bielefeld, Bert
Basics Building Technology covers the fields of water supply and disposal, electric installations and energy-related subjects, i.e. The compendium combines the successful volumes Room Conditioning and Water Cycles and supplements these with the two hitherto unpublished volumes Electric Installation and Lighting Design.
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Building Services Handbook

Hall, Fred & Greeno, Roger
Previous edition: published as by Fred Hall and Roger Greeno. 2015.
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Faber & Kell's Heating and Air-Conditioning of Buildings

Oughton, Doug & Wilson, Anthony
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Designer's Guide to Energy Efficient Electrical Installations

This guide explains the areas likely to be incorporated into BS 7671 and how this will affect electrical installations in the UK, prepares users for meeting the new challenges and opportunities presented by Energy Efficiency and explains the responsibilities of designers and clients in ensuring an energy efficient electrical design.
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Basic Electrical Installation Work

Linsley, Trevor (former Senior Lecturer
This book suits students taking the City and Guilds 2365 Diploma in line with the 18th Edition of the IET Regulations, i.e. the first year course of an electrical installation apprenticeship. It gives answers to all of the 2365 syllabus learning outcomes, and one chapter is dedicated to each unit of the five units in the City and Guilds course.
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