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This list and the index include all important CIBSE publications. The following list indicates the date of the most recent revision of each publication. In the index the entries refer to the individual pages in the various publications, e.g. A1-3 to 19 refers to CIBSE Guide A Section 1, pages 3 to 19. Copies of publications may be purchased from the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, Delta House, 222 Balham High Road, London SW12 2BS Tel: 020 8675 5211; Fax: 020 8675 5449. Section B5 Noise and vibration control for HVAC 2002 B5 Guide C (2001) Sections are not available separately Section 1 Properties of humid air 2001 Section 2 Properties of water and steam 2001 Section 3 Heat transfer 2001 Section 4 Flow of fluids in pipes and ducts 2002 Section 5 Fuels and combustion 2002 Section 6 Units, standard and miscellaneous data 2002 Guide E (2003) Sections are not available separately: Section 1 Introduction 2003 Section 2 Legislation, standards and strategy 2003 Section 3 Building designation 2003 Section 4 Means of escape and human factors 2003 Section 5 Compartmentation and spread of flame 2003 Section 6 Alarm, detection and emergency lighting 2003 Section 7 Fire and smoke ventilation 2003 Section 8 Fire suppression 2003 Section 9 Firefighting 2003 Section 10 Fire dynamics 2003 Section 11 Fire safety management 2003 Section 12 Fire safety on construction sites 2003 Guide F (2004) Sections are not available separately: Section 1 Introduction 2004 Section 2 The design process 2004 Section 3 Developing a design strategy 2004 Section 4 Sketch design 2004 Section 5 Renewables, fuels, CHP and metering 2004 Section 6 Control strategies 2004 Section 7 Ventilation and air conditioning design 2004 Section 8 Refrigeration design 2004 Section 9 Lighting design 2004 Section 10 Heating and hot water design 2004 Section 11 Motors and building transportation systems 2004 Section 12 Electric power systems and office equipment 2004 Section 13 Checking the design 2004 Section 14 Commissioning, handover and feedback 2004 Section 15 Managing the building 2004 Section 16 Acquisition and refurbishment 2004 Section 17 Maintenance and energy efficiency 2004 Section 18 Energy audits and surveys 2004 Section 19 Benchmarking, monitoring and targeting 2004 Section 20 Energy benchmarks 2004 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E10 E11 E12 Appendix A1 CIBSE policy statements Appendix A2 Conversion factors and properties of fuels Appendix A3 Consultants and model briefs Appendix A3 Useful websites 2004 2004 2004 2004 Fa1 Fa2 Fa3 Fa4

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A B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 C D E F G H J Environmental design Heating Ventilation and air conditioning Ductwork Refrigeration and heat rejection Noise and vibration control for HVAC Reference data Transportation systems in buildings Fire engineering Energy efficiency in buildings Public health engineering Building control systems Weather, solar and illuminance data 1999 2002 2001 2002 2003 2002 2001 2000 1997 1998 1999 2000 2002

Guide A (1999) Sections are not available separately: Section 1 Environmental criteria for design 1999 Section 2 External design data 1999 Section 3 Thermal properties of building structures 1999 Section 4 Air infiltration and natural ventilation 1999 Section 5 Thermal response and plant sizing 1999 Section 6 Internal heat gains 1999 Section 7 Moisture transfer and condensation 1999 Guide B (2001-3) Sections are available separately Section B1 Heating 2002 Section B2 Ventilation and air conditioning 2001 Section B3 Ductwork 2002 Section B4 Refrigeration and heat rejection

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Guide D (2000) Sections not available separately: Section 1 Introduction 2000 D1 Section 2 Interior circulation 2000 D2 Section 3 Traffic planning and selection of equipment and performance 2000 D3 Section 4 Advanced planning techniques and computer programs 2000 D4 Section 5 Types of transportation systems 2000 D5 Section 6 Firefighting lifts and escape lifts for people with disabilities 2000 D6 Section 7 Lift components and installation 2000 D7 Section 8 Lift drives and controls 2000 D8 Section 9 Lift group traffic control 2000 D9 Section 10 Escalators and passenger conveyors 2000 D10 Section 11 Electrical systems 2000 D11 Section 12 Environmental conditions 2000 D12 Section 13 Lift and escalator energy consumption 2000 D13 Section 14 Remote monitoring and interfacing with BEMS 2000 D14 Section 15 Commissioning, inspection and maintenance 2000 D15 Section 16 Modernisation of lift installations 2000 D16 Section 17 Legislation, standards and codes of practice 2000 D17 Section 18 Construction(Design andManagement) Regulations 1994 2000 D18 Appendix 1 Glossary of terms 2000 Da1

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Guide G (2004) Sections are not available separately: Section 1 Introduction and scope 2004 Section 2 Water services and utilities 2004 Section 3 Sanitary accommodation, pipework and drainage 2004 Section 4 Waste management systems 2004 Section 5 Corrosion and corrosion protection 2004 Section 6 Water treatment 2004 Section 7 Swimming pools 2004 Section 8 Water features and fountains 2004 Section 9 Irrigation 2004 Section 10 External drainage, local storage and treatment of waste water 2004 Section 11 Miscellaneous piped services 2004 Section 12 Glossary 2004 Guide H (2000) Sections not available separately: Section 1 Introduction: the need for controls Section 2 Control fundamentals Section 3 Components and devices Section 4 Systems, networks and integration Section 5 Control strategies for subsystems Section 6 Control strategies for buildings Section 7 Information technology Section 8 Management issues Appendix 1 Bibliography Appendix 2 Tuning rules Appendix 3 Glossary

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Guide J (2002) (CD-ROM) Section 1 Introduction Section 2 Dates, times, symbols and other conventions Section 3 Weather and building services engineering Section 4 UK data for manual design Section 5 Solar radiation, long-wave radiation and daylight Section 6 Wind data Section 7 Air pollution Section 8 UK data for simulation Section 9 Weather analysis toolkit Section 10 Overseas weather data Section 11 Sources of meteorological data Appendix 1 Quality control of global solar data Appendix 2 Filling gaps in hourly diffuse irradiation records Appendix 3 Comparison of horizontal observed data with corresponding data derived from world clear sky irradiance tables Appendix 4 Miscellaneous algorithms used in the development of this publication Appendix 5 Mean synoptic data for days selected for design 97.5 percentile irradiance tables Appendix 6 Tables of solar and related data Applications Manuals Building energy and environmental modelling Small-scale combined heat and power for buildings Mixed mode ventilation 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8 J9 J10 J11 Ja1 Ja2 CIBSE guidance publications OOM Guide to ownership, operation and maintenance of building services 2000 HIST Guide to building services for historic buildings 2002 Guidance Notes CFCs, HCFCs and halons: professional and practical guidance on substances which deplete the ozone layer No 31 No 32 OM HB * These publications are available to CIBSE members only via the CIBSE website; they are not included in the index. 2000 GN1 Code for Lighting (CD-ROM) Code for Lighting (CD-ROM) 2002 * This publication is not included in the index. Lighting Guides No 2 Hospitals and health care 1989 No 3 The visual environment for display screen use 1990 No 4 Sports 1990 No 5 The visual environment in lecture, teaching and conference rooms 1991 No 6 The outdoor environment 1992 No 7 Lighting for offices 1993 No 8 Lighting for museums and art galleries 1994 No 9 Lighting for communal residential buildings 1997 No 10 Daylighting and window design 1999 No 11 Surface reflectance and colour 2001 * Commissioning Codes Code A Air distribution systems Code B Boilers Code C Automatic controls Code L Lighting Code M Commissioning management Code R Refrigerating systems Code W Water distribution systems No 25 1996 2002 2001 2003 2003 2002 2003 CA CB CC CL CM CR CW No 28 No 29 BEC1 No 30 BEC2 No 26 Understanding building integrated photovoltaics Hygienic maintenance of office ventilation ductwork Flexible building services for office-based environments Benchmarking lighting design software HVAC strategies for well-insulated airtight buildings Improved life cycle performance of mechanical ventilation systems Building log book toolkit Guidance on the use of the carbon emissions calculation method 2000 TM25

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The following publications have been discontinued CIBSE Guides Section B1 Heating (replaced by Guide B1) Section B2 Ventilation and air conditioning (requirements) (replaced by Guide B2) Section B3 Ventilation and air conditioning (systems and equipment) (replaced by Guide B2) Section B4 Water services systems (replaced by Guide G) Section B5 Fire safety engineering (replaced by Guide E) Section B6 Miscellaneous piped systems (replaced by Guide G) Section B7 Corrosion and water treatment (replaced by Guide G) Section B8 Sanitation and waste disposal (replaced by Guide G) Section B9 Lighting (replaced by the Code for Interior Lighting) Section B10 Electrical PowerSection B11Automatic controls (replaced by Applications Manual AM1) Section B12 Sound control Section B13 Combustion systems (replaced by Guide B1) Section B14 Refrigeration and heat rejection (replaced by Guide B4) Section B16 Combustion systems Section B15 Vertical transportation (replaced by Guide D) Section B17 Vertical transportation (replaced by Guide Volume D) Section B18 Owning and operating costs Applications Manuals Automatic controls and their implications for design (replaced by Guide G) Condensing boilers (replaced by Guide B1) Security engineering Energy audits and surveys (replaced by Guide F) Contract energy management (replaced by Guide F) Information technology and buildings Private and standby generation of electricity Quality management systems Natural ventilation in non-domestic buildings

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Technical Memoranda No 4 Design notes for the Middle East 1990 No 12 Emergency lighting 1986 No 13 Minimising the risk of Legionnaires' disease 2002 No 14 Standard file format for the electronic transfer of luminaire photometric data 1988 No 18 Ice storage 1994 No 19 Relationships for smoke control calculations 1995 No 20 Health, safety and welfare in the built environment 1995 No 21 Minimising pollution at air intakes 1999 No 22 Energy Assessment and Reporting Methodology 1999 No 23 Testing buildings for air leakage 2000 No 24 Environmental factors affecting office worker performance 1999

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Technical Memoranda No1 Recommendations relating to the design of air systems to fire and smoke control in buildings No 2 Notes on legislation relating to fire and services No 3 Notes on the Health & Safety at Work Act No 5 Calculation and use of utilisation factors No 6 Lighting of visual display units No 7 Notes on the use of small programmable calculators No 8 Design notes for ductwork No 9 Notes on codes and standards relating to fire services No 10 Calculation of glare indices No 11 Selection and application of heat pumps No 15 Design guidance for heat pumps No 16 Fire precautions: sources of information on legal and other requirements No 17 Building services maintenance management (replaced by Guide to Ownership, Operation and Maintenance) Guidance Notes Legionellosis -- interpretation of HSC Approved Code of Practice Lighting requirements of Building Regulations Part L Lighting Guides LG Building and civil engineering sites LG1 The industrial environment (replaced by Code for Lighting) LG16 Libraries SSR Shipbuilding and ship repair HHE Hostile and hazardous environments Technical Report TR15 Multiple criterion design Society of Light and Lighting publications S1CD Guide to lighting calculations (CDROM) (replaced by Code for Lighting) Building Energy Codes Part 1 Guidance towards energy conserving design of buildings and services (replaced by Guide Volume F) Part 2a Calculation of energy demands and targets for the design of new buildings (Heated and naturally ventilated buildings) (replaced by Building Energy Code 1) Part 3 Guidance towards energy conserving operation of buildings and services (replaced by Guide Volume F) Part 4 Measurement of energy consumption and targets for existing buildings and services (replaced by AM5 and Guide Volume F)

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CIBSE A-Z

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A-weighting network Absorbtivity Absorption refrigeration Access, safety Accumulated temperature difference Acoustic environment Active silencers, ductwork Actuators Admittance, decrement factor and surface factor Admittance procedure calculation parameters Afghanistan: weather data Air and sol-air temperatures (UK) Air cleaners and filtration Air conditioned buildings energy demands Air conditioning computer rooms controls cooling load calculations dampers dealing rooms dwellings hotels shops and retail premises small power loads Air conditioning, energy efficiency Air control units Air cooled condensers Air cooler batteries Air distribution Air distribution systems, commissioning air flow measurement air regulating devices cleanliness electrical checks fans filters installation preliminary checks records regulation setting to work tolerances variable air volume systems Air flow in ducts Air handling plant, control Air handling units (AHUs) Air heater batteries Air infiltration and natural ventilation Air infiltration development algorithm (AIDA) air-tightness testing estimation methods A1-29, 30 C3-11 to 12 B4-32 to 37 TM20-7 to 8, 3, 23, 28 A2-12 to 14 A1-28 to 32 B5-13 to 14 H3-7, 9, 12 A3-41 to 42 A5-5, 12 to 26,74 A3-41 to 42 A3-31, 33 TM4-2, 33 Ja6-121 to 156 B2:5-14 to 19 BEC2-1 to 78 B2:2-9 to 11; B2:4-2, 23 to 27, 53 B2:3-17 to 18 F7-11 to 13 A5-21 to 26 B2:4-40, 41 B2:3-42 B2:3-21 B2:3-26 B2:3-35 A6-5 F7-6 to 11 B2:5-28 to 29 B4-43, 49, 50 B2:5-19 to 20 B2:4-2 to 7 CA-1 to 28 CA-23 to 24 CA-4 CA-3, 5, 22 CA-4 CA-4, 15 CA-4, 11 CA-22 to 23 CA-3 to 3 CA-17 to 18 CA-6 to 17 CA-5 to 6 CA-3, 9, 23 CA-13 to 16 C4-77 to 82 H5-28 B2:3-7, 24; B2:4-18, 43, 57 B2:5-19 A4-1 to 17 A4-16 to 17 A4-14 to 15 A4-8 to 14 infiltration and ventilation theory Air infiltration development algorithm (AIDA) Air intakes Air intakes, minimising pollution at Air leakage builders' work ducts calculation ductwork A4-2 to 8 A4-16 to 17 B2:3-3, 13, 21, 36, 46; B2:5-1 to 2 detection, fire E6-1 to 18 control equipment E6-9 to 11 hazardous areas E6-11 siting and spacing of detectors E6-7 to 8 specification of alarm systems E6-2 types of fire detection devices E6-5 to 7 types of fire detection systems E6-2 to 3 zoning E6-3 to 4 Alarms, fire E6-2 Algorithms, solar data Ja4-1 to 9 Alternating solar gain factor A5-75, 76 Animal bodies, heat emission from A6-1, 3 Animal houses lighting LG2-36 Animal husbandry, ventilation B2:3-40 to 41 Areas and circumference of circle C6-20 Areas for visual display terminals LG3-1 to 62 Art galleries, comfort criteria A1-3 lighting LG8-1 to 56 Artificial skies LG10-73 to 74 Asbestos TM20-37 to 38 Assembly halls and auditoria, ventilation B2:3-7 to 8 Asymmetric thermal radiation A1-6, 12 to 14 Atmospheric pollution A1-16 Atria E2-9; E3-4, 7; E8-12; E10-3 Audits and surveys, energy F18-1 to 16, 18 to 32 Automatic controls commissioning CC-17 to 22 components and devices H3-1 to 26 control fundamentals H2-1 to 14 control strategies for buildings H6-1 to 10 control strategies for sub systems H5-1 to 62 glossary Ha3-1 to 5 information technology H7-1 to 7 management issues H8-1 to 17 need for controls H1-1 to 6 systems, networks and integration H4-1 to 19 tuning rules Ha2-1 to 4 Automatic controls, commissioning commissioning CC-17 to 22 control loops, tuning CC-35 to 36 design for commissionability CC-4, 31 to 34 plant CC-22 to 26 post-occupancy checks CC-28 pre-commissioning CC-12 to 16 project management, commissioning CC-6 to 11 safety issues CC-4 specification issues CC-5 system handover CC-26 to 27 test equipment CC-38

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B-weighting network A1-29 Bahrain, weather data TM4-2,34 Balancing and regulating water flow rates CW-9 to 16 Banks, comfort criteria A1-3 Banks and agencies, energy assessment and reporting methodology TM22a-2 to 3 Bars/lounges, comfort criteria A1-3 Basal metabolic rate (BMR) A6-1 Beaufort scale of wind speed A2-35, C6-19; J6-19 to 20 Benchmark data, energy assessment and reporting methodology TM22a-12 to 19 Benchmarking, energy efficiency F19-1 to 12 Below-ground drainage systems G3-7 to 14 Birmingham gauge and standard wire gauge thicknessC6-17 BMS, benefits of H1-5 Boarding schools, lighting LG9-1 Body temperature A1-6 Boiler commissioning CB-1 to 31 activation, dry and live runs CB-14 to 17 commissioning project management CB-7 to 8 definitions CB-2 to 4 design for commissioning CB-5 to 6 instrumentation and calculations CB-23 to 25 operation and calibration CB-17 to 19 planning and programming CB-10 pre-commissioning verification and inspection CB-10 to 14 recording data, reporting and training CB-19, 26 to 31 safety issues CB-4 to 5 sequence of commissioning CB-8, 9 specification issues CB-6 to 7 summary of requirements CB-2 system handover CB19 to 20 terminology CB-1 to 2 Boilers chimneys and flues B1:5-23 to 26 commissioning CB-1 to 31 condensing B1:4-2, 4-4 to 4-5; B1-5-6 to 7 corrosion B1:5-28 to 29 energy efficiency B1:4-2 hydronic systems B1:4-3 to 5, 4-8; B1:5-6 to 9 sizing B1:5-5 steam systems B1:4-9, 11; B1:5-14 to 16 Boilers, noise B5-6 Boilers, control H5-3 Boilers, corrosion of G5-15 to 16 Boosted water systems, pipework G2-6 British Standards, fire engineering E2-7 Broadcasting studios, ventilation B2:3-11 to 12

TM21-1 to 22 B3:3-9 to 11 B3:5-3 B3:a6-9 to 10 B3:3-9 to 3-11; B3:A3-1 effective area for TM23-9 parameters TM23-3 to 5 limits B3:2-1, 4; B3:-9; B3:a3-1 standards TM23-9 test data sheet TM23-14 testing B3:3-11 Air leakage index TM23-3 to 5 Air leakage testing buildings for TM23-1 to 15 air leakage test data sheet TM23-14 air leakage tests and infiltration rate TM23-10 background TM23-1 to 5 fan pressurisation testing TM23-11 method TM23-5 to 9 recommended air leakage standards TM23-9 Air movement condensation control A7-9 to 10 cooling effect of A1-10 to 11 Air permeability TM23-3 to 5 Air pollution J7-1 to 10 and meteorological data J7-6 Air pollution and air quality TM21-1 to 6 Air quality J7-8 to 10 health and safety at work TM20-37 Air quality in buildings TM23-5 to 7 Air spaces thermal resistance of A3-6 to 7, 58 vapour resistivity A7-3 Air supply rates A1-3 to 4 determination of A1-18 to 21 sedentary occupants A1-19 Air temperature control A5-62, 63, 64 data A2-52 to 57 definition A5.2 Air terminal devices B2:4-1, 2 to 7; B2:5-29 to 30 Air-tightness design and construction for TM23-5 Air-tightness, envelope AM13-22 Air-tightness testing A4-14 to 15 Air velocities, ductwork B3:3-1 Airflow A4-2 to 8; A5-28 in ducts B3:3-2 to 3-5 rates of A4-11 to 14 regulation of CA-11 to 16 Airflow noise B5-8 to 9 Airport terminals, comfort criteria A1-3 Alarm and

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Building and window design depth LG10-16 to 20 form LG10-8 to 15 obstructing LG10-15, 16, 17 to 20, 24 to 25, 27 orientation LG10-21 to 24 position LG10-24 to 28 size LG10-16 to 20 Building control systems components and devices H3-1 to 26 control fundamentals H2-1 to 14 control strategies for buildings H6-1 to 10 control strategies for subsystems H5-1 to 62 glossary Ha3-1 to 5 information technology H7-1 to 7 management issues H8-1 to 17 need for controls H1-1 to 6 systems, networks and integration H4-1 to 19 tuning rules Ha2-1 to 4 Building design, role of windows LG10-1 to 15 Building designation, fire engineering E3-1 to 9 Building energy and environmental modelling (BEEM) AM11-1 to 96 case studies AM11-52 to 70 categories of BEEM software AM11-12 to 19 checklist for choosing BEEM software AM11-74 to 87 environmental modelling, benefits of AM11-6 to 8 establishing a simulation capability AM11-20 to 33 glossary AM11-74 to 73 infrastructure for effective use of simulation AM11-28 to 33 input data requirements AM11-41 to 49 integration of modelling into design and operation AM11-10 to 11 interpretation and presentation AM11-49 lighting and visualisation, modelling AM11-15 to 16 modelling study, planning for AM11-35 to 41 modelling uncertainty and risk AM11-11 role of modelling in design AM11-6 to 11 software selection AM11-20 to 28 specialist software AM11-19 thermal performance, modelling AM11-13 to 15 training AM11-30 using BEEM software AM11-34 to 55 ventilation and air movement, modelling AM11-17 to 19 Building energy management systems interfacing with lifts D10-3 to 7 Building form and layout LG10-15 to 29 Building integrated photovoltaics TM25-1 to 36 case studies TM25-16 to 24 detailed technical design TM25-9 to 12 glossary TM25-29 hazards, checklist TM25-27 to 28 installation TM25-12 to 15 operation and maintenance TM25-15 to 16 outline of PV technology TM25-1 to 4 outline technical design TM25-6 to 9 preliminary design TM25-4 to 6 Building log books benefits of Building Regulations description of developing a log book examples log book templates need for using a log book Building management system (BMS) architecture benefits of commissioning pre-commissioning Building purpose groups, fire engineering Building Regulations fire engineering glazing heat loss calculation roof void ventilation U-values Building Regulations (Northern Ireland) thermal insulation Building societies, comfort criteria Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations Building transportation systems, energy efficiency Buoyancy Bus/coach stations, comfort criteria TM31-1 to 10; CM-10 to 11 TM31-1 to 2 TM31-1, 9 to 10 TM31-2 to 3 TM31-3 to 5 TM31-6 TM31-5 to 6 TM31-1 TM31-6 to 8 F6-4 to 5 H4-1 to 5 H1-5 to 6 H8-10 to 11; CC-1, 11, 19 to 22 H8-9 to 10; CC-12 to 17 E3-2 A3-1 to 2 E2-4 to 5 A3-27 A3-4 A3-19 A3-10, 31; A5-7 E2-4; E3-5 A3-1 A1-3 A3-1, E2-2, 4; E3-5; E4-1; E9-2 F11-1 to 9 TM19-11,15 A1-3 Cesspools G3-14; G10-9 CFCs, HCFCs and halons GN1-1 to 25 alternatives to GN1-7 to 10 CIBSE policy GN1-1 design guidance GN1-1 to 3, 9 to 23 fire protection systems GN1-19 to 23 health and safety issues GN1-14 to 17 Montreal Protocol and EC regulations GN1-4 to 7 ozone depletion and global warming GN1-3 refrigerant containment and leak detection GN1-17 refurbishment of existing systems GN1-13 to 14 testing and commissioning GN1-18 thermal insulation GN1-18 to 19 CFC and HCFC refrigerants, alternatives to CR-30; GN1-7 to 10 Chemical cleaning and passivation G5-24 to 25 Chilled ceilings and beams B2:4-32 to 34 Chilled beams A5-35 Chilled ceilings, control H5-49 Chilled water systems, corrosion G5-8, 17, 27 Chillers, control H5-7 Chimney and flues B1:5-22 to 28 sizing and height of B1:A2-1 to 7 Churches, comfort criteria A1-3 CIBSE policy statements Fa-1 to 6 Cinemas occupancy density A6-2 sanitary accommodation G3-2, 3 Circles, area and circumference table C6-20 Circular ducts C4-77 to 78, 79 Classifications, ductwork B3:2-1 to 2-2 Cleanrooms, ventilation B2:3-14 to 15 Climate change J3-7 to 11 Clothing A1-2, 8, 9 short-wave radiation absorptance A1-13 thermal indices A1-6 thermal insulation A1-2, 8 to 9 Clothing and equipment, protective TM20-15, 37, 38 Coal C5-3 to 9 properties of C5-3 size limits for C5-3 to 4 Coanda effect B2:4-4 to 5 Codes and standards, fire engineering E2-7 Coefficients of performance B4-31 to 35, 37-42, 49 Cold water services Legionnaires' disease TM13-21 to 23 Cold water storage G2-8 to 11 Cold weather data (UK) A2-2 to 6 Colour, and surface reflectance light reflecting properties of surfaces LG11-7 to 8 measurement of reflectance and colour LG11-20 to 23 reflectance and colour standards LG11-23 reflectance sample cards LG11-32 surface appearance LG11-24 surface colour specification LG11-12 to 20 Colour Rendering Index (CRI) A1-13 Combined calculation method, bridged layers A3-10, 13 to 18, 40 Combined heat and power (CHP) F5-1 to 17

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Combustion products of Combustion air requirements Combustion data Comfort criteria definition of displacement ventilation natural ventilation office buildings thermal windows Comfort cooling and air conditioning comfort criteria Commissionability, automatic controls Commissioning automatic controls escalators inspection lifts management of records responsibility specification Commissioning and testing Commissioning, automatic controls commissioning control loops, tuning design for commissionability plant post-occupancy checks pre-commissioning project management, commissioning safety issues specification issues system handover test equipment Commissioning, boilers activation, dry and live runs commissioning project management definitions design for commissioning instrumentation and calculations operation and calibration planning and programming pre-commissioning verification and inspection recording data, reporting and training safety issues sequence of commissioning specification issues summary of requirements system handover terminology Commissioning checklists, lighting Commissioning Codes air distribution systems automatic controls boilers commissioning management lighting refrigerating systems water distribution systems TM19-2 C5-9 to 11 C5-9 to 10 A1-20 to 21 A1-2 to 5 A1-1 B2:4-7 B2:4-13 to 14 B2:3-5 to 7 A1-7 to 14; A5-1, 6, 27;19 B2:5-3 B2:2-9 to 10, 11; B2:4-23 to 27 A1-3 CC-4, 31 to 34 H8-8; CC-1 to 38 D12-3; D15-2 CA-3, 19, 22; D12-3; D15-1 CM-1 to 17 CA-17 CA-3 CA-3, 17 to 22; CC-5 OM9-1 to 6 CC-17 to 22 CC-35 to 36 CC-4, 31 to 34 CC-22 to 26 CC-28 CC-12 to 16 CC-6 to 11 CC-4 CC-5 CC-26 to 27 CC-38 CB-1 to 31 CB-14 to 17 CB-7 to 8 CB-2 to 4 CB-5 to 6 CB-23 to 25 CB-17 to 19 CB-10 CB-10 to 14 CB-19, 26 to 31 CB-4 to 5 CB-8, 9 CB-6 to 7 CB-2 CB19 to 20 CB-1 to 2 CL-14 to 18 CA-1 to 25 CC-1 to 37 CB-1 to 31 CM-1 to 17 CL-1 to 23 CR-1 to 39 CW-1 to 25

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C-weighting network Call centres, ventilation Calorific values, fuels Capacity controls Car parks lighting of Carbon dioxide Carbon-dioxide concentration Carbon dioxide sensing Carbon emissions calculation method (CECM) Carbon monoxide Carbon monoxide concentration Catering and food processing, ventilation Cathodic protection, corrosion CDM regulations lifts and escalators Ceiling flow, smoke jet, smoke panels, maximum vector smoke layer, accumulated Ceiling mounted smoke detectors Ceilings thermal properties of Centrifugal compressors Certificate of readiness, commissioning A1-29 B2:3-41 C5-2 B4-52 to 53 LG6-10 E8-25 to 27 TM19-2, 3 B2:3-32, 34, 35, 39; B2:4-20 TM32-1 to 14 E10-8, 9 E8,TM19-2, 3 B2:3-12 to 14 G5-23 to 24 OM18-1 to 4 D18-1 to 10 TM19-8 TM19-8 TM19-9 TM19-8 A3-61 B4-46, 47, 52 to 53 CM-17

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Commissioning, ductwork B3:2-6; B3:6-1 to 5 air leakage testing B3:3-11 automatic controls B3:5-3 cleanliness B3:7-3 test holes for B3:3-12 Commissioning, floodlighting installations LG4-62 to 63 Commissioning, handover and feedback F14-1 to 4 Commissioning, inspection and maintenance, lifts and escalators D15-1 to 3 Commissioning, lighting CL-1 to 23 commissioning checklists CL-14 to 18 commissioning project management CL-5 to 6 definitions CL-1 to 4 emergency lighting CL-7 example method statement CL-19 exterior lighting CL-7 hypothetical examples CL-12 to 13 interior lighting CL-7 lighting controls CL-7 to 8 operator training CL-10 pre-commissioning (preliminary) checks CL-6 safety issues CL-22 sample completion certificates CL-20 to 21 system handover CL-8 to 10 Commissioning management CM-1 to 17 building log books CM-10 to 11 commissioning CM-9 definitions CM-2 to 4 design for commissionability CM-6 to 7 designer's checklist CM-16 example certificate of readiness CM-17 example responsibility matrix CM-14 to 15 installation CM-7 to 8 legislation CM-4 to 5 pre-commissioning CM-8 to 9 programming and commissioning CM-7 requirements of commissioning CM-1 system handover CM-11 witnessing compliance CM-9 to 10 Commissioning, refrigerating systems CR-1 to 41 absorption systems CR-24 to 27 alternatives to CFCs and HCFCs CR-30 commissioning project management CR-8 commissioning records CR-31 to 39 definitions CR-3 to 4 design for commissionability CR-5 to 6 environmental and energy issues CR-29 importance of commissioning CR-1 pre-commissioning CR-8 to 10 pressure and leak testing CR-11 to 17 refrigerant recovery and disposal CR-23 safety issues CR-4 to 5 setting to work CR-17 to 20 specification CR-6 to 7 summary of commissioning requirements CR-1 test apparatus and instruments CR-21 to 23 VRV and VRF systems CR-31 Commissioning, water distribution systems CW-1 to 25 balancing and regulating water flow rates CW-9 to 16 commissioning project management definitions design for commissionability design issues evaluation and witnessing flow measurement and regulation pre-commissioning safety issues setting pumps to work Communal residential buildings, lighting barracks bathrooms bedrooms bicycle storage areas boarding schools car parks changing rooms cloakrooms community homes cooking areas corridors curtains day rooms decoration desk lighting dining areas dining halls dining rooms direction signs doorways doors door colours door paint finish dormitories elderly people, residential homes for emergency lighting energy management entrance hall escape lighting exterior lighting footpaths foyers galleys gates homes for mentally handicapped people hospices hospital staff accommodation hostels kerbs kitchens kitchen/utility/breakfast rooms landscape planning lounges nurse base nursing homes playgrounds residential homes for the elderly residential homes for people with special needs secure accommodation showers small house staff base stairs store rooms CW-5 CW-2 to 3 CW-4 CW-20 to 22 CW-16 to 17 CW-23 to 25 CW-5 to 8 CW-3 to 4 CW-8 to 9 LG9-1 to 55 LG9-1 LG9-3, 11, 24, 30, 32 LG9-4, 26-28, 30-32, 45 LG9-16 LG9-1 LG9-16, 46 LG9-3 LG9-17 LG9-1 LG9-21 LG9-27, 30, 34 LG9-7, 20-11, 20, 24 LG9-29 LG9-1, 10-11, 29 LG9-30, 32 LG9-11, 29, 33 LG9-2, 46, 50 LG9-2, 27, 50 LG9-16 LG9-17, 27 LG9-16 LG9-13 LG9-1 LG9-4 LG9-1 LG9-9-30, 35, 51 LG9-2, 32 LG9-8 LG9-35, 51 LG9-33 LG9-46 LG9-46 LG9-2, 11-12, 33, 51 LG9-16 LG9-35 LG9-35 LG9-1, 15 LG9-15 LG9-16 LG9-2, 3, 11 LG9-2, 11, 33, 51 LG9-4 LG9-11, 27 LG9-27 LG9-1, 35 LG9-4 LG9-1 LG9-1 LG9-1 LG9-20, 24 LG9-2, 53 LG9-27 LG9-27, 34 LG9-3 student residences television lounges toilets utility rooms waiting area washbasins washrooms watch lighting water closets windows Communal residential buildings, ventilation Community homes, lighting Compartmentation and spread of flame compartment boundaries control of fires during growth stage fire engineering approach to statutory controls structural fire protection Components and devices, building control systems Components and fittings, pressure loss factor Components and installation, lifts and escalators Compressed air, non-medical Compressed air, non-medical Compressed gases, safety Compressible flow Compressors, noise Computers and office equipment, heat gains from Computer rooms, comfort criteria Computer rooms, ventilation Condensate flow in pipes Condensate pipework, corrosion Condensate piping Condensation Condensation and vapour barriers, ductwork Condensation, and ventilation Condensation, control of Condensers, applications Condensers, noise Condensing boilers LG9-1, 15 LG9-10, 22 LG9-3, 27, 30 LG9-2, 11-12, 53 LG9-17 LG9-19, 20 LG9-24 LG9-29, 30 LG9-32 LG9-1, 8, 20 B2:3-16 LG9-1 E5-1 to 8 E5-2 to 3 E5-7 E5-4 to 7 E5-1 to 2 E5-3 to 4 H3-1 C4-5 to 6 D7-1 to 28 G11-6 to 9 G11-6 to 9 TM20-31 to 33 C4-122 B5-6 A6-5 to 10 A1-3 B2:3-16 to 18 C4-86 G5-16 to 17, 26 C4-67 to 68 B1:3-2; B1:4-9, 10, 13; B1:5-24 B3:3-7 to 3-9 B2:3-7 A7-9 to 10 B14-6 B5-6 B1:4-2, 4-4 to 4-5; B1-5-6 to 7 OM16-1 to 5 A5-22 C3-9 to 10 Control loops, tuning mixed mode ventilation modes panels stability and tuning strategies, buildings strategies, subsystems Control components actuators control panels and motor control centres dampers motors outstations pumps and fans sensors valves Control loops, tuning Control strategies air handling plant boilers chilled ceilings chillers constant volume terminal units dual duct systems energy efficiency energy recovery systems fan coil units heat pumps hydraulic circuits lighting mechanical ventilation systems natural ventilation subsystems VAV systems Controls commissioning components and devices fundamentals glossary heating and hot water information technology interlocks lifts

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CC-35 to 36, H2-12 AM13-41 to 44 H2-1 H3-23 to 24 H2-9 H6-1 to 10 H5-1 to 62 H3-1 to 26 H3-7 H3-24 H3-17 H3-20 H3-26 H3-23 H3-1 H3-8 CC-35 to 36 H5-28 H5-3 H5-49 H5-7 H5-46 H5-48 F6-1 to 6 H5-32 H5-46 H5-51 H5-14 H5-56 H5-34 H5-53 H5-1 to 62 H5-41

Condition surveys Conduction, cooling loads Conduction, heat transfer by Connection of evaporators and condensers B14-12 combination systems B14-13 parallel and series condensersB14-12 parallel evaporators B14-12 series counterflow B14-12 series evaporators B14-12 Connections, ductwork B3:4-7 to 4-10 Conference/board rooms, Constant volume terminal units, control H5-46 Construction (Design and Management) Regulations TM20-13 to 14 Construction sites, fire safety E12-1 to 7 Consultation, fire safety E2-2 to 3 Contaminant control efficiency, ventilation B3-4 Contract energy management (CEM) F15-6 to 8

H8-8 H3-1 to 26 H2-1 to 14 Ha3-1 to 5 F10-9 to 14 H7-1 to 7 H5-1 to 2, 11 D7-1 to 16; D81 to 12 lighting F9-7 to 11 management issues H8-1 to 17 need for controls H1-1 to 6 refrigeration and heat rejection B4-52 to 54; F8-10 to 12 strategies for buildings H6-1 to 10 strategies for subsystems H5-1 to 62 systems, networks and integration H4-1 to 19 tuning rules Ha2-1 to 4 Controls, commissioning H8-8 commissioning CC-17 to 22 control loops, tuning CC-35 to 36 design for commissionability CC-4, 31 to 34 plant CC-22 to 26 post-occupancy checks CC-28 pre-commissioning CC-12 to 16 project management, commissioning CC-6 to 11 lighting, CL-7 to 8 safety issues CC-4 specification issues CC-5 system handover CC-26 to 27 test equipment CC-38 Convection, heat transfer by C3-3 to 9

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Convective heat transfer coefficient Conversion factors Cooking appliances, heat gains from Cooled surfaces (floors and slabs) Cooling, lifts Cooling loads calculation of solar gain factors tables Cooling towers controls emergency cleaning procedure Legionnaires' disease maintenance noise water treatment Corrosion and corrosion protection chemical cleaning and passivation corrosion, prevention of `mothballed' protection passivation Corrosion, boilers Corrosion, boilers, flues and chimneys COSHH Regulations Court rooms, ventilation A3-7, 8, 37; A52, 88; A7-2 to 3 Fa-4 to 6 A6-11 to 12, 14 to 16 B2:4-35 to 36 H7-8, 12-1 to 2, 12-4 to 5 A5-21 to 26, 34, 61 to 64 A5-74 to 84 A5-36 to 51 B4-50 to 52 H5-8, 5-10 to 11 TM13-36 to 38 B4-11 B4-18 B5-6 B4-22, 52 G5-1 to 27 G5-24 to 25 G5-8 to 24 G5-25 to 27 G5-24 to 25 G5-15 to 16 B1:5-28 to 29 A1-18, 20, TM20-1, 23, 24, 29, 34, 36, 37, 40 B2:3-42 Daylight and electric light, integration of Daylight factor average LG10-61 to 63 A1-25, 26; LG10-40, 64, 68, 69 to 71, 86 LG10-25, 30 to 31, 37 to 38, 53, 55, 66, 68, 86 LG10-66, 68, 87 Display screen equipment Display screens, visual environment for blinds checklists for assessing lighting quality daylight distracting reflections downlighters ergonomic aspects eye-screen-luminaire geometry filters glare Health and Safety Regulations illuminance keyboards luminaire categories luminance screen image uplighters veiling reflections Diversity factors central plant heat gains Drainage LG10-51 to 53 LG3-1 to 62 LG3-11, 19, 20 to 21 LG3-48 to 49 LG3-8 to 9, 11, 18 to 19 LG3-7, 10 to 11, 15 LG3-27, 55 LG3-3 LG3-40 LG3-12, 17 LG3-6, 8-10, 48 LG3-7 to 13, 37 to 38 LG3-33 to 34 LG3-51 to 52 LG3-29 to 30, 42 to 44 LG3-4, 30, 32 to 33, 39 LG3-4 to 5,12, 27, 48 LG3-46 LG3-7, 19, 25 A5-32, 34 A6-1, 7, 8 G3-1 to 15; G10-1 to 25

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classifications cleaning of condensation and vapour barriers connections design criteria design issues design principles fan power requirements fan types and efficiencies fire protection flow regulation heat gains and losses hygiene indicators layout leakage testing and cleaning materials and fittings noise sections sizes, recommended sizing example space allowance supports and fixings system selection test holes testing and commissioning weight zoning Ductwork, air leakage builders' work ducts calculation limits Ductwork, hygienic maintenance of air quality in buildings air sampling ductwork cleaning ductwork hygiene indicators glossary, microbiological terms sampling methods sampling results, interpretation of surface sampling Ductwork, pressure loss factors, Ductwork sizing example calculation `T-method' Dwellings cold water storage comfort criteria hot water storage sanitary installations ventilation requirements waster management water supplies Dwellings, ventilation B3:2-1 to 2-2 TM23-7 to 8 B3:3-7 to 3-9 B3:4-7 to 4-10 B3:3-1 to 3-21; B3:4-1 to 4-2 B3:2-1 to 2-7 B3:4-2 to 4-6 B3:2-5 to 2-6 B3:A4-1 B3:3-17 to 20; B3:A5-1 B3:4-10 B3:3-5 to 3-7 TM23-3 to 4 B3:2-2 to 2-3 B3:2-4 B3:7-1 to 7-4 B3:5-1 to 5-3 B3:3-13 to 3-17 B3:2-2 B3:A1-1 to A1-3 B3:A6-1 to A6-13 B3:A2-1 to A2-3 B3:3-21 to 3-22 B3:4-1 to 4-11 B3:6-3 to 6-5 B3:6-1 to 6-5 B3:5-2 B3:2-4 B3:3-9 to 11 B3:5-3 B3:a6-9 to 10 B3:2-1, 4; B3:3-9; B3:a3-1 TM26-1 to 24 TM23-5 to 7 TM23-9 TM23-7 to 8 TM23-3 to 4 TM23-14 TM23-4 TM23-12 to 13 TM23-10 to 11 C4-96 to 116 B3:A6-1 to A6-13 TM30-24 to 25 G2-8 to 9 A1-3 G2-11 to 12 G2-9; G3-2 B2:3-18 to 21 G4-2 to 5, 8, 12 G2-1 to 3 B2:3-18 to 21

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Damage to hearing by noise Damage to structures by vibration Dampers air distribution, commissioning fire protection modulating selection ventilation Dance halls, occupancy density D'Arcy equation Darkrooms (photographic), ventilation Daylight calculations display screens distribution glare illuminance redirecting systems safeguarding A1-31 to 32 A1-32 H3-20 CA-5 to 24 H4-16 H3-18 to 19 H3-17 to 18 H5-36 to 38, 40 A6-2 C4-77 B2:3-42 A1-21, 24, 25, 26; A2-51; LG10-1 to 2, 86 LG10-24 to 25, 30 to 31, 37, 68 to 77 LG3-8 to 9, 11, 18 to 19 LG10-40, 41 LG108, 12, 13, 39 to 40, 48, 52, 86 LG10-15, 55, 64 to 65 LG10-53 to 55 LG10-27

minimum Daylighting and window design LG10-1 to 89 constraints on LG10-5 to 6 dBA measurements A1-29 dBA values limits for safety TM20-36 Decibels A1-29 limits for safety TM20-36 Decrement factor calculation A3-41 to 42 definition A3-33; A5-2, 14 Degree-days and degree-hours J4-21 to 28 Degree days F19-7 Degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius C6-15 Degree-hours A2-12 to 14 Density miscellaneous materials A3-43 to 56 Dental departments lighting LG2-39 Dental vacuum G11-10 Department stores comfort criteria A1-4 occupancy density A6-2 Design buildings and energy BEC1-1 to 59; BEC2-1 to 78 lighting BEC2a-3 to 71 Design criteria/conditions A1-2 to 5 daylighting A1-25 dehumidification A2-27 to 38 ductwork B3:3-1 to 3-21 heating B1:3-1 to 9 heating and wind A2-14 to 26 moisture transfer and condensation A7-3 to 4 plant sizing A5-7 to 8, 27 Design fires F10-3 to 4 Design for commissionability CM-6 to 7 Design issues, ductwork B3:2-1 to 2-7 Design summer years J8-4 to 6 Design temperatures approximate method A2-6 to 7 cooling A2-27 to 38 heating A2-14 to 27 ranges A1-2 to 5, 9 winter A2-2, 14 to 26 Design weather sequences J8-7 to 9 Dessicant cooling systems B2:4-37 to 39 Dessicant enhanced cooling B4-37 Detection and alarm, fire E6-1 to 18 Detectors, fire siting and spacing of E6-7 to 8 Diffuse transmittance

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LG10-30 to 31, 38, 48, 71, 82 to 83 Diffusion, moisture A7-3 Dilution ventilation B2:4-2 Dimensionless constants C6-18 to 19 Direct expansion (DX) systems B4-45 to 46 Disability glare LG10-86 Discharge pipes G2-13; G3-5 to 7 Discomfort glare LG10-86

Drainage pipes, structural design of G10-17 to 18 Drainage systems, below-ground G3-7 to 14 Draughts A1-10 to 11 Drawing offices, comfort criteria A1-3 Drinking water G6-2 to 7 distribution of G6-7 to 9 storage cisterns G6-9 Water Regulations G2-4 water treatment G6-2 to 7, 10 to 14 Drives and controls, lifts D8-1 to 12 Dry resultant temperature air movement A1-11 clothing insulation A1-9 control A5-62 to 64 cooling loads A5-22, 23 definition A5-2 internal A5-17, 18 to 19 optimal A1-7 to 8 peak A5-8, 19, 64 ranges A1-2 to 5, 9 short-wave radiation effects A1-14 thermal index A1-6; A5-4 Dual duct systems, control H5-48 Dual duct ventilation systems B2:4-39 to 41 Duct and plenum design B2:4-7 Duct breakout noise B5-14 Ducts and heat transfer C3-30 to 31 air flow in C4-77 to 82 air velocity in C4-77 circular C4-77 to 78, 79 noise in C4-77: B5-9 to 15 non-circular C4-78 to 82 Ductwork air leakage B3:3-9 to 3-11; B3:A3-1 air velocities B3:3-1 airflow in ducts B3:3-2 to 3-5

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Ear damage Economic life factors lifts and escalators Educational buildings, comfort criteria Effects of vibration human body, response to structure, effect on A1-31 to 32; TM20-36 OM14-1 to 8 D16-4 to 5 A1-3 A1-32; TM20-37 A1-32

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Efficiencies, electric motors and drives Elderly people, residential homes for, lighting Electric lighting control strategy A6-11 LG9-1 LG10-14 to 15, 61 to 68 Energy consumption, assessment of demands dissipation in lamps distribution, fluorescent lighting prediction Energy assessment and reporting methodology banks and agencies benchmark data hotels mixed-use buildings offices A5-26 to 27 A3-2; A6-5 to 10 A6-4 A6-5 A5-26 to 27 TM22-1 to 18; TM22a-1 to 19 TM22a-2 to 3 TM22a-12 to 19 TM22a-4 to 5 TM22a-6 to 8 TM22-1 to 18; TM22a-9 to 10 F18-1 to 16, 18 to 32 F20-1 to 14 maintenance and energy efficiency managing the building mechanical ventilation and air conditioning metering minimising energy requirements for services motor drives motors and building transportation systems national (UK) energy use natural ventilation office equipment primary plant, heating and hot water primary plant, refrigeration refrigeration design renewables renewables, fuels, CHP and metering site considerations site surveys, checklist sketch design useful websites ventilation and air conditioning controls ventilation and air conditioning design Energy efficiency refrigeration and heat rejection Energy efficiency, and maintenance Energy efficiency, and ventilation Energy efficiency, heating Energy recovery systems, control Energy targets heated and ventilated buildings Enthalpy Enthalpy, humid air Environmental conditions, lifts and escalators Environmental criteria for design acoustic environment design criteria electrostatic and electromagnetic environment humidity indoor air quality outdoor air supply rate predicted mean vote (PMV), determination of thermal environment vibration visual environment F17-1 to 3, 5 to 7 F15-1 to 9 F7-2 to 5 F5-15 to 17 F3-3 to 5 F11-3 to 4 F11-1 to 9 F1-1 to 2 F7-2 F12-2 to 5 F10-1 to 7 F8-5 to 9 F8-1 to 12 F5-1 to 8 F5-1 to 17 F4-1 to 2 F18-18 to 32 F4-1 to 17 Fa-12 F7-11 to 13 F7-1 to 13 B4-4 OM6-1 to 3 B2:1-1 B1:2-2; B1:4-2 to 3 H5-32 BEC1-1 to 69 A2-6; A7-10 C1-7 to 67 D12-1 to 8 A1-1 to 39 A1-28 to 32 A1-3 to 5 A1-32 to 35 A1-14 A1-14 to18 A1-18 to 21 A1-38 to 39 A1-6 to 14 A1-32 A1-21 to 28 Environmental design air infiltration and natural ventilation environmental criteria for design external design data internal heat gains moisture transfer and condensation thermal properties of building structures and components thermal response and plant sizing Environmental factors affecting office worker performance Environmental modelling, benefits of Environmental node definition heat gains Environmental temperature definition heat transfer calculation method Equal loudness contours Equilibrium moisture content, materials Equivalent length Escalator motors, heat gain from Escalators Escalators and moving walkways health and safety at work Escalators and passenger conveyors components environmental aspects installation layout motor drives and starters motor sizing and selection noise and vibration safety Escape lifts, disabled people Ethiopia, weather data Evacuation lifts Evaluation and witnessing, commissioning Evaporative cooling, Legionnaires' disease Exhaust ventilation systems Exhibition halls, comfort criteria Explosion protected lifts Exposure conditions Exposure limits contaminants noise Exterior lighting, commissioning External design data accumulated temperature difference degree-days and degree-hours long-wave radiation exchange and sol-air temperature solar and illuminance data wind data world-wide weather data A4-1 to 17 A1-1 to 39 A2-1 to 73 A6-1 to 16 A7-1 to 13 A3-1 to 63 A5-1 to 89 TM24-1 to 28 AM11-6 to 8 A5-2 A5-17, 18 A5-13 A5-2 to 3 A3-37 A5-4 A1-28 A7-2 C4-121 A6-10 B5-7 TM20-22 D10-1 to 5 D10-1 D10-6 D10-4 D10-1 D10-3 D10-3 D10-4 D10-1 D6-6 TM4-2, 35 E4-5 to 6 CW-16 to 17 B4-36 to 37 TM13-10 to 20 B2:5-8 to 11 A1-3 D5-17 A3-9; A4-9 A1-19, 20 to 21 A1-31 to 32 CL-7 A2-1 to 73 A2-12 to 14 A2-12 to 14 A2-69 to 73 A2-39 to 58 A2-59 to 68 A2-14 to 38

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Electric motors efficiencies A6-11 heat gains from A6-10 to 11 Electric traction lifts D6-1; D9-1 Electrical power systems and office equipment, energy efficiency F12-1 to 6 Electrical systems, lifts and escalators D11-1 to 6 Electricity health and safety TM20-24 to 28 Electricity at Work Regulations TM20-24 to 28 Electromagnetic compatibility controls H4-12 lifts and escalators D11-4 Electrostatic and electromagnetic environment A1-32 to 35 Emergency lighting E6-11 to 16 TM20-18 to 20, 34 abbreviations TM12-3 Ballast Lumen Factor TM12-8 batteries TM12-17 bibliography TM12-27 central power source TM12-16 commissioning CL-7 definitions TM12-1 duration TM12-13 equipment TM12-16 escape routes TM12-4 examples TM12-15, 20 gas lighting TM12-18 glare TM12-6 health and safety TM20-18 to 20, 34 hospitals and health care buildings LG2-50 illuminance TM12-4 isolux diagram TM12-11 lecture, teaching and conference rooms LG5-34 to 39 lifts D12-6,7 limiting density TM12-6 maximum spacing TM12-10 outdoor LG6-51 to 53 photometry TM12-9 recommended systems TM12-13 references TM12-28 self-contained systems TM12-16 service TM12-9 Correction Factor servicing TM12-20 signs TM12-4 spacing tables TM12-10 sports LG4-4 to 6 standby lighting TM12-7 symbols TM12-3 Utilisation Factor method TM12-12, 27 Emissivity C3-11 to 12 smoke layer TM19-2, 11 Emissivity factor A3-7, 37 Emissivity, surface A2-70; A3-7, 53 to 54

Energy audits and surveys Energy benchmarks Energy and controls conservation H1-3 to 4, 5 efficiency, motors H3-20 to 21 monitoring H2-14, H7-1, 3 to 6 recovery H5-32, 33 use, lighting H5-56 Energy codes, building energy demands and targets for heated and ventilated buildings BEC1-1 to 69 energy demand for air conditioned buildings BEC2-1 to 78 Energy consumption, assessment of A5-26 to 27 Energy consumption, lifts and escalators D13-1 to 5 Energy demands and targets heated and ventilated buildings BEC1-1 to 69 air conditioned buildings BEC2-1 to 78 Energy efficiency in buildings acquisition and refurbishment F16-1 to 3 air conditioning F7-6 to 11 benchmarking, monitoring and targeting F19-1 to 12 building management systems F6-4 to 5 building transportation systems F11-7 to 9 built form F4-2 to 16 checking the design F13-1 to 4 CIBSE policy statements Fa-1 to 6 commissioning, handover and feedback F14-1 to 4 consultants and model briefs Fa-7 to 11 control strategies F6-1 to 6 controls, heating and hot water F10-9 to 14 controls, lighting F9-7 to 11 controls, refrigeration F8-10 to 12 conversion factors and properties of fuels Fa-4 to 6 design process F2-1 to 5 developing a design strategy F3-1 to 7 distributed energy sources and CHP F5-11 to 15 electrical power systems and office equipment F12-1 to 6 energy audits and surveys F18-1 to 16, 18 to 32 energy benchmarks F20-1 to 14 equipment selection F2-5 free cooling F8-2 fuels F5-9 to 11 heating and hot water design F10-1 to 16 lighting design F9-1 to 12

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UK cold weather data UK warm weather data External air temperature design data design temperatures shading devices External drainage, local storage and treatment of waste water access to sewers adoption of sewers drainage pipes, structural design of foul and combined drainage inspection and testing pipe and sewerage materials pipe renovation and surveys sewage treatment surface water drainage water companies and drainage authorities External surfaces heat transfer thermal resistance Extinguishing systems, activation of A2-2 to 6 A2-6 to 12 A3-39; A5-3 A2-1 to 73 A2-2, 14 to26; A5-8; LG10-49 to 50, 53 G10-1 to 25 G10-20 to 21 G10-22 to 23 G10-17 to 18 G10-8 to 14 G10-21 G10-20 G10-18 to 19 G10-14 to 17 G10-1 to 8 G10-23 to 24 A3-37 to 38 A3-8 to 9 E6-10 Fire dampers access B3:3-18, 20; B3:A5-1 B3:3-12; B3:A2-1 to 2 B3:3-19 B3:3-19, 20 B3:4-11 B3:3-19 B3:A6-5 legislation, standards and strategy means of escape and human factors pre-movement time, evaluation of quantified risk assessment smoke and heat exhaust ventilation smoke control, requirements smoke plumes sprinkler protection travel time water mist systems zoning Fire load Fire Precautions Act Fire prevention Fire protection, ductwork Fire protection systems CFCs, HCFCs and halons Fire safety E2-1 to 13 E4-1 to 14 E4-8 to 10 E2-11 to 12 E9-18 to 20 E10-8 to 11 E10-11 to 14 E8-1 to 21 E4-10 to 13 E8-27 to 29 E6-3 to 4 E3-4 E2-5 to 7 TM20-33 to 34 E11-7 to 8 B3:3-17 to 20; B3:A5-1

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Flow of fluids in pipes and ducts air flow in ducts circular ducts components and fittings, pressure loss factor compressible flow condensate flow in pipes ducts, air flow in ducts, circular ducts, noise in ducts, non-circular ductwork, pressure loss factors, equivalent length fluids, properties of laminar flow natural gas flow in pipes non-circular ducts pipes, condensate flow in pipes, flow of steam in pipes, internal diameters pipes, natural gas flow in pipes, water flow in pipework components, loss factors pressure loss factors C4-1 to 123 C4-77 to 82 C4-77 to 78, 79 C4-5 to 6 C4-122 C4-86 C4-77 to 82 C4-77 to 78, 79 C4-77 C4-78 to 82 C4-96 to 116 C4-121 C4-118 to 119 C4-2 C4-86 to 89 C4-4 to 5, 78 to 82 C4-86 C4-82 to 86 C4-5 C4-86 to 89 C4-6 to 76 C4-91 to 95 C4-5 to 6, 90 to 116

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Factories air infiltration and heat loss comfort criteria moisture production Factories Act Factories and warehouses, ventilation Fan coil units noise Fan coil units, control Fan pressurisation testing Fans commissioning noise Fan power requirements Fan types and efficiencies Feedwater equipment, steam systems Films, vapour resistance of Filters commissioning Fire classes design flashover growth time, characteristic risk, lifts smoke control types Fire, alarm and detection of Fire and smoke ventilation choice of system components design, reliability and performance Fire/ambulance stations, comfort criteria Fire/sprinkler systems, Legionnaires' disease Fire certificates A4-11 A1-3 A7-1 TM20-22, 24 to 25 B2:3-21 to 23 B2:4-43 to 45 B5-6 H5-46 TM23-11 B2:4-27; B2:5-25 to 28 CA-4, 15 B5-5 B3:2-5 to 2-6 B3:A4-1 B1:5-16 to 17 A7-3 CA-4, 11 TM19-3, 4 TM19-3 to 5 TM19-1, 3, 10, 11 TM19-2, 3 D8-4 TM19-1 to 22 TM19-2 to 4, 8 E6-1 to 18 E7-1 to 10 E7-6 to 8 E7-10 E7-8 to 9 A1-3 TM13-30 E2-5 to 7

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car parks kitchens passive stack ventilation pressurisation sizing Fire detection devices E6-5 to 7 systems E6-2 to 3 Fire dynamics E10-1 to 24 accumulated ceiling layer E10-14 to 17 calculation of fire parameters E10-3 compartment fires E10-2 to 3 effect of sprinklers E10-7 to 8 fire growth E10-2 flame calculations E10-17 to 19 ignition E10-2 smoke control E10-7 to 11 smoke plumes E10-11 to 14 Fire engineering alarm systems, specification of E6-2 alarm, detection and emergency lighting E6-1 to 18 benefits of E1-1 to 2 building designation E3-1 to 9 client/building occupier's role E2-9 codes and standards E2-7 compartment boundaries E5-2 to 3 compartmentation and spread of flame E5-1 to 8 concept of E2-1 to 2 construction sites E12-1 to 7 consultation E2-2 to 3 control equipment E6-9 to 11 definition E1-1 design implications E2-8 to 9 detectors, siting and spacing of E6-7 to 8 emergency lighting E6-11 to 16 emergency lighting, definitions E6-18 fire and smoke modelling E10-19 to 20 fire and smoke ventilation E7-1 to 10 fire cover, standards of E9-9 to 10 fire detection devices, types of E6-5 to 7 fire detection systems, type of E6-2 to 3 fire dynamics E10-1 to 24 fire dynamics, effect of sprinklers E10-7 to 8 fire load E3-4 fire prevention E11-7 to 8 fire safety management E11-1 to 12 fire safety manual E11-4 to 5 fire safety strategy E2-10 to 11 fire safety, construction sites E12-1 to 7 fire service access E9-14 to 18 fire service water supplies E9-10 to 14 fire suppression E8-1 to 30 firefighting equipment E9-8 to 9 firefighting E9-1 to 28 first-aid firefighting equipment E9-5 to 8 flame calculations E10-17 to 19 foam systems E8-21 to 24 gaseous systems E8-24 to 27 information and wayfinding systems E4-13 to 14 insurance standards E2-9 to 10 legal considerations E2-4 to 7 legislation E9-2 to 5

GN1-19 to 23 E2-9 to 11; E10-2; TM20-33 to 34 Fire safety management E11-1 to 12 construction to handover E11-3 to 4 design for fire management E11-1 to 3 fire prevention E11-8 fire safety manual E11-4 to 5 legal obligations E1-1 management of a fire emergency E11-11 Fire safety construction sites E12-1 to 7 strategy E2-10 to 11 Fire safety manual E11-4 to 5 Fire Safety (Places of Work) Regulations TM20-33 Fire Safety and Safety of Firefighting equipment E9-8 to 9 Firefighting E9-1 to 28 equipment for fire brigades E9-8 to 9 fire service access E9-14 to 18 fire service water supplies E9-10 to 14 first-aid firefighting equipment E9-5 to 8 implications of sprinklers E9-20 to 21 legislation E9-2 to 5 smoke and heat exhaust E9-18 standards of fire cover E9-9 to 10 Firefighting lifts D6-1 to 6 Fireman's switch D5-5 Fire service access E9-14 to 18 Fire services, pipework G5-19 Fire and smoke modelling E10-19 to 20 Fire suppression E8-1 to 30 foam systems E8-21 to 24 gaseous systems E8-24 to 27 sprinkler protection E8-1 to 21 water mist systems E8-27 to 29 Flame calculations E10-17 to 19 Flashover TM19-1, 3, 10, 11 Flat roofs, thermal properties A3-19 Floodlighting design LG6-76 to 80 sports LG4-62 to 63 Floor heat losses A3-19 to 27, 39 temperatures A1-12 thermal properties A3-33, 61 to 63 Flow measurement and regulation, water distribution systems CW-23 to 25

pressure loss factors, ductwork C4-96 to 116 pressure loss factors, pipework components C4-91 to 95 steam in pipes C4-82 to 86 straight pipes and ducts C4-2 to 6 thermosyphon driving pressure C4-8 turbulent flow C4-3 to 4 unpredictable flow C4-4 velocity pressures of air C4-82 water, expansion of C4-8 water, properties of C4-8 water flow in pipes C4-6 to 76 Flow regulation, ductwork B3:4-10 Flues and chimneys, corrosion B1:5-28 to 29 Fluids, properties of C4-118 to 119 Fountains, Legionnaires' disease TM13-29 Foam systems, fire suppression E8-21 to 24 pipework E8-24 Fountains, and water features G8-1 to 11 Free cooling B4-19 to 23; F8-2 Frequency-weighting networks A1-28 to 29 Fuel oils, viscosity-temperature charts C5-6, 7 Fuels F5-1 to 17 calorific values C5-2 classification of C5-1 combustion data C5-9 gaseous C5-7 to 9 properties of Fa-4 to 6 solid C5-2 to 4, 9, 10 to 11 stack losses C5-11, 12 Fuels and combustion C5-1 to 12 coal, properties of C5-3 coal, size limits for C5-3 to 4 combustion air requirements C5-9 to 11 combustion data C5-9 to 10 gaseous fuels C5-7 to 9 fuel oils, viscositytemperature charts C5-6, 7 fuels, classification of C5-1 liquid fuels C5-4 to 7 petroleum fuels, properties of C5-5

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primary fuels secondary fuels specification of fuels stack losses Fuels and plant sizing Fuels, heating classification and properties of choice of handing and storage Fumes C5-1 to 2 C5-2 C5-2 to 9 C5-10 to 12 G2-16 to 18 B1:6-1 to 6 B1:6-1 to 3 B1:6-3 to 4 B1:6-4 to 6 TM20-13, 30, 33, 38 Halons Handover procedures Hazardous and hostile environments, lighting Health and safety CFCs, HCFCs and halons Health and Safety at Work etc Act Health and safety at work regulations GN1-1 to 10 OM10-1 to 5 TM20-18, 20 OM17-1 to 7 GN1-14 to 17 TM20-1, 3 TM20-1, 3, 7, 22, 41 to 45 TM20-37 TM20-21 cooling loads cooling systems Heat gains and losses, ductwork Heat loss calculations Heat losses from buildings air infiltration cooling systems distribution systems floors industrial buildings solar radiation space height Heat pumps control energy efficiency Heat recovery devices Heat rejection and cooling water equipment Heat transfer absorbtivity and emissivity conduction convection ducts evaporators and condensers external surfaces from open water surfaces heat exchangers human body Nusselt number plane surfaces pipes principles radiation view factors, radiation Heat transfer at surfaces Heating boilers, corrosion boilers, hydronic systems boilers, steam systems `buildability' calculations chimneys and flues Heat detectors Heat dissipation ratio Heat emission from human and animal bodies Heat exchangers Heat gains calculation of E6-6 to 8 B4-36 A6-1, 2 C3-31 to 34 A3-1; A5-16 to 18 A5-22 to 23 A5-34 to 35 B3:3-5 to 3-7 B1:3-3 to 7 A2-4; A3-3 to 18 A4-10, 4-11 A5-34 to 35 A5-32, 34 to 35 A3-19 to 27; 39 A4-11 A3-38 A5-28 to 29 B2:4-49 to 51 H5-51 to 53 F4-13; F5-8; F7-9; F8-9; F10-6 to 7 B2:5-11 to 14 B4-49 to 52 C3-1 to 36 C3-11 to 12 C3-9 to 10 C3-3 to 9 C3-30 to 31 C3-34 C3-13 to 14 C3-34 to 35 C3-31 to 34 C3-17 to 20 C3-5 to 8 C3-21 to 23 C3-23 to 30 C3-3 to 12 C3-10 to 12 C3-13 A3-37 to 38 B1:5-28 to 29 B1:5-6 to 9 B1:5-14 to 16 B1:3-7 to 8 A5-28 to 33, 61 to 64, 85 B1:5-22 to 28; B1:A2-1 to 7 B1:3-7 to 8 B1:5-12 to 14 hospitals and health care buildings hotels hydronic systems induction units life cycle issues `maintainability' museums, libraries, art galleries natural ventilation occupancy pipe sizing, example calculation pipework, hydronic systems plant and equipment plant size ratio psychrometric processes pumps, hydronic systems radiant heaters radiant systems radiant temperature asymmetry radiator output, effect of flow rate on safety margins site related issues steam systems steam traps B2:3-25 B2:3-26 B1:4-3 to 9; B1:5-1 to 14 B2:4-52 B1:3-8 B1:3-7 to 8 B2:3-32 B2:4-14 B1:2-2 B1:A1-2 to 5 B1:5-11 B1:5-1 to 30 B1:4-14 to 15 B2:4-66 B1:5-11 to 12 B1:5-21 to 22 B1:4-12 to 14 A1-13 B1:A1-1 to 2 A5-27 B1:2-1 B1:4-9 to 11; B1:5-14 to 18 B1:5-16; B1:5-17 to 18 B1:4-1 to 16

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air quality drinking water escalators and moving walkways TM20-22 Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) RegulationsLG3-7 to 13, 37 to 38; TM20-7, 22 Health and Safety Information for Employees Regulations TM20-15 Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals Regulations TM20-15 Health, safety and welfare access TM20-7 air quality TM20-37 built environment TM20-1 to 54 confined spaces TM20-8 cryogenic materials TM20-35 electricity TM20-24 to 28 emergency lighting TM20-18 to 20, 34 emergency services TM20-33 to 34 environmental aspects TM20-34 to 38 escalators and moving walkways TM20-22 excavations TM20-8 fire safety TM20-33 to 34 first aid at work TM20-7 gas containers, transportable TM20-22 to 23 gas services TM20-28 to 29 hazard analysis TM20-1 to 3 legal requirements, minimum TM20-15 lighting TM20-17 materials handling and storage TM20-29 to 31 mechanical services TM20-22 to 24 microbiological hazards TM20-36 noise TM20-36 notification of accidents and ill-health TM20-5 to 7, 10 to 11 organising for TM20-3 to 15 policy statement TM20-1 pressure systems TM20-22 to 23 protective clothing and equipment TM20-38 radiation TM20-35 reference documents TM20-44 to 53 scaffolding TM20-13 signs and notices TM20-7 sources of information TM20-42 to 44 space TM20-21 static electricity TM20-37 thermal stress TM20-37 ventilation TM20-15 vibration TM20-37 visual display terminals TM20-22 warmth TM20-17 waste disposal TM20-30 to 31 water services TM20-21 workplace conditions TM20-15 to 22 Health centres and disablement service centres, lighting LG2-48 Hearing damage A1-31 to 32

`commissionability' controls, hydronic systems corrosion, boilers, flues and chimneys B1:5-28 to 29 degree-days A2-12 to 14 design criteria B1:3-1 to 9 design decisions B1:2-1 to 4 design temperatures A2-2, 14 to 26 design temperatures B1:3-2 energy efficiency targets B1:3-8 energy efficiency B1:2-2; B1:4-2 to 3 equipment, and plant B1:5-1 to 30 example calculations B1:A1-1 to 5 expansion vessels, sizing of B1:A1-1 flues and chimneys, corrosion B1:5-28 to 29 flues, and chimneys B1:5-22 to 28; B1:A2-1 to 7 fuels B1:6-1 to 6 heat loss calculations B1:3-3 to 7 heat pumps B1:5-9 to 11

system selection temperatures and pressures, water B1:4-4 temperatures, dry resultant, indoor B1:3-2 warm air systems B1:4-12; B1:5-18 to 21 water temperatures and pressures B1:4-4 Heating and cooling loads, equations for determination of A5-61 to 64 Heating and hot water design, energy efficiency F10-1 to 16 Heating, lifts H5-12, 12-1 to 2, 4 Height heat loss A5-28 to 29 wind speed A2-66 to 68 High rise buildings (non-domestic) B2:3-21, 23 to 24 High rise dwellings B2:3-21 High temperature radiant heating systems A5-33 Highly intermittent heating A5-29, 31 Historic buildings, building services for HB-1 to 88 building fabric HB-15 to 20 Building Regulations HB-5 to 6 building services HB-7 to 15 case studies HB-27 to 73 design approach HB-20 to 26 design principles HB-21 to 23 design principles HB-6, 6 to 7 glossary HB-75 to 79 installing new building services HB-11 to 15 legislation HB-3 to 5 principles HB-1 to 7 re-using existing services HB-11 RIBA Plan of Work HB-24 to 26 sustainability HB-7 to 10 upgrading existing building services HB-11 to 15

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Home and stair lifts D5-20 Homes for mentally handicapped people, lighting LG9-35 Horizontal illuminance, external LG10-64 to 65 Horticulture, ventilation B2:3-42 to 43 Hose reel systems E8-27 to 29 Hospices, lighting LG9-35 Hospital equipment, heat gains from A6-12 Hospital staff accommodation, lighting LG9-1, 15 Hospitals and healthcare buildings comfort criteria A1-3 to 4 Hot and cold water services G2-4 to 15 water services G2-4, 10, 12, 18 to 19 waste management G4-3, 9 to 12 Hospitals and healthcare buildings, lighting LG2-1 to 78 general recommendations LG2-1 to 10 light sources and equipment LG2-53 to 66 construction and operation of luminaires LG2-64 to 65 light sources LG2-53 to 63 switching, dimming and control systems LG2-65 to 66 outdoor LG6-14 to 16 specific recommendations LG2-11 to 52 clinical areas ­ operating departments LG2-26 to 34 clinical areas ­ wards LG2-13 to 26 emergency lighting LG2-50 to 52 health centres and disablement centres LG2-48 public areas LG2-11 to 13 specialised areas LG2-35 to 47 staff accommodation LG9-1, 15 typical design calculations LG2-67 to 70 Hospitals and health care buildings, ventilation B2:3-24 to 26 Hospitals, thermal comfort A1-10 Hostels, lighting LG9-15 Hot and cold water service systems, emergency cleaning procedure TM13-36 to 38 Hot and cold water services G2-4 to 14 Legionnaires' disease G2-14 pipework G2-14, 25 to 28; G5-13, 14; G6-8, 9 Hot deck/cold deck systems B2:4-39 to 41 Hot water services Legionnaires' disease TM13-23 to 26 Hot water storage G2-11 to 14, 18 to 19 Hotels comfort criteria A1-4 energy assessment and reporting methodology TM22a-4 to 5 Hotels, ventilation B2:3-26 to 27 Hourly weather data J8-1 to 2 Human and animal bodies, heat gains from A6-1, 2 Human bodies heat balance A1-6 heat gains A5-23; A6-1, 2 heat generation A1-10 pollution sensitivity A1-15 to 16 vibration effects A1-32 Human body, and heat transferC3-17 to 20 Humid air, properties of C1-7 to 67 Humidifiers Legionnaires' disease HVAC strategies for well-insulated airtight buildings applicable building types central plant options fabric performance HVAC systems and advanced envelopes HVAC requirements market drivers performance estimates summary and design check list summer performance sustainability indicators window performance winter performance Humidity definition odour perception ratio values thermal comfort thermal indices HVAC controls, maintenance Hydraulic circuits, control of Hydraulic lifts Hydrogen chloride concentration Hydrogen cyanide concentration Hydronic heating systems B2:5-20 to 25 TM13-3, 28, 29, 43 TM29-1 to 31 TM29-3 to 4 TM29-23 to 25 TM29-14 to 20 TM29-20 to 25 TM29-3 to 20 TM29-1 TM29-25 to 28 TM29-28 TM29-9 to 11 TM29-2 to 3 TM29-11 to 14 TM29-4 to 9 A1-14 A1-14 A1-16 A2-27 to 38 A1-8 A1-6 OM8-1 to 5 H5-14 to 28 D6-7 to 10 TM19-2, 3 Illuminance activities/interiors data (UK) daylight availability derivation display screens maintained time-labelling Illumination vector Improved life cycle performance of mechanical ventilation systems design checklist design issues system components, impact of `T-method' of duct sizing whole-life cost Inclined lifts Indoor air pollutants Indoor air quality Indoor air quality, estimating effect of external air pollutants on Indoor air temperature cooling loads definition Indoor arenas, lighting Indoor sports halls, lighting Induction units Industrial ventilation Infiltration and ventilation theory Infiltration and ventilation, estimation methods Information and wayfinding systems Information technology, building control systems Inside surface resistance Interior circulation circulation elements human factors shopping centres Interior lighting, commissioning Interlocks, controls Intermittent air conditioning Intermittent heating Internal air temperature Internal comfort Internal dry resultant temperature Internal environmental temperature definition heat transfer calculation method Internal heat gains computers and office equipment cooking appliances TM13-29 A1-4 TM18-1to 35 TM18-6 to 8 B4-37 to 38 TM18-30 to 31 TM18-14 to 17 TM18-24 to 28 TM18-19 to 24 cooling loads electric motors human and animal bodies lighting swing Internal surfaces heat transfer thermal resistance International System of J1-3; J3-5; J5-58 to 78 A1-23 to 24 A2-51, 58 to 59 J5-58 to 78 J5-2, 5 LG3-33 to 34 A1-3 to 4; J2-2; J5-6 A1-27 TM30-1 to 26 TM30-19 TM30-7 to 9 TM30-9 to 18 TM30-24 to 25 TM30-2 to 7 D5-18 A1-20 to 21 A1-14 to 18, B2:3-1 to 5 TM21-18 to20 A1-2, 6; A5-3 A5-22, 23 A1-2; A5-3 LG4-35 LG4-34 B2:4-51 to 53 B2:3-27 to 29 A4-2 to 8 A4-8 to 14 E4-13 to 14 H7-1 A3-8 D2-1 to 13 D2-3 D2-2 D2-6 CL-7 H5-1 to 2, 11 A5-34; 7-10 A5-29 to 32, 85 A1-2, 6; A5-3 B2:3-5 to 7 A5-17, 18 to 19 A5-13 A5-2 to 3 A3-37 A5-4 A5-7, 17, 61; A6-1 to 16 A6-5 to 10 A6-11 to 12, 14 to 16 A5-22 to 23 A6-10 to 11 A6-1, 2 A6-1 to 5 A5-18 A3-37 A3-8

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Units (SI) Interstitial condensation algorithm Ionisation, air Irradiance C6-1 to 4 A7-4, 5, 6, 9 A7-12 to 13 A1-34 A2-39 to 40, 47 to 50

Irradiance on vertical and horizontal surfaces (UK) Ja6-19 to 42 Irradiance on vertical and horizontal surfaces, predicted Ja6-43 to 114 Irradiation on inclined planes (UK) Ja6-11 to 18 Irradiation, solar A2-39, 45 to 46 Irrigation G9-1 to 14 control methods G9-12 to 13 design considerations G9-13 to 14 horticultural considerations G9-1 to 3 irrigation equipment G9-8 to 12 management and maintenance G9-13 pipework G9-11 to 14 types of irrigation systems G9-5 to 8 water supplies for G9-3 to 5 Iran, weather data TM4-2, 37 Iraq, weather data TM4-2, 40 ISO metric screw threat sizes, preferred C6-17 Israel, weather data TM4-2, 42

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TM19-2, 3 B1:4-3 to 9; B1:5-1 to 14 equipment B1:5-1 to 14 heat emitters B1:5-1 to 5-6 boilers B1:5-6 to 9 heat pumps B1:5-9 to 11 pipework B1:5-11 pumps B1:5-11 to 12 controls B1:5-12 to 14 Hygienic maintenance of office ventilation ductwork TM26-1 to 24 air quality in buildings TM23-5 to 7 air sampling TM23-9 ductwork cleaning TM23-7 to 8 ductwork hygiene indicators TM23-3 to 4 glossary, microbiological terms TM23-14 sampling methods TM23-4 sampling results, interpretation of TM23-12 to 13 surface sampling TM23-10 to 11 Hygrometric (psychrometric) data C1-7 to 67 Hygroscopic materials absorptivity/emissivity A3-54 thermal properties A3-50 to 52 vapour resistivity A3-56

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Laboratories, ventilation Laboratory equipment, heat gains from Laboratory wastes, pipework Laminar flow Lamps energy dissipation from outdoor environment Landing valves Langelier Saturation Index Laundries, comfort criteria Lavatories, ventilation Law courts, comfort criteria Leakage testing, ductwork Lebanon, weather data Lecture, teaching and conference rooms, the visual environment in audio-visual aids committee rooms corridors, lobbies, ante-rooms decoration and furnishings emergency lighting laboratories large conference rooms B2:3-29 to 31 A6-12 G3-3; G5-19 C4-2 A1-14 A6-4 LG6-58 to 61 E9-10 to 13, 24 G5-4 to 5; G7-13 A1-4 B2:3-38 A1-4 B3:2-4 TM4-2, 46 LG5-1 to 55 LG5-15, 47 LG5-28 to 29 LG5-32 to 33 LG5-12 LG5-34 to 39 LG5-21, 44 LG5-25 to 27

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action plan for suspected cooling towers B4-11 outbreak TM13-42 minimising the risk of TM13-1 to 44 Legionnaires' disease, minimising the risk of action plan for suspected outbreaks TM13-42 background TM13-2 to 6 considerations for inviting tenders for water treatment TM13-43 to 44 emergency cleaning procedure TM13-36 to 38 evaporative cooling applications TM13-10 to 23 glossary TM13-32 to 35 hot and cold water services TM13-21 to 26 legislation and statutory guidance TM13-1 other possible risk areas TM13-28 to 30 risk management TM13-6 to 10 spas, whirlpool spas and whirlpool baths TM13-27 to 28 system checklists TM13-39 to 41 Legislation and statutory guidance, Legionnaires' disease TM13-1 Legislation, standards and codes of practice, lifts and escalators D17-1 to 6 Legislation, fire engineering E2-1 to 13 Libraries, comfort criteria A1-4 Libya, weather data TM4-2, 47 Life cycle costs OM13-12 Life cycle performance, mechanical ventilation systems TM30-1 to 26 design checklist TM30-19 design issues TM30-7 to 9 system components, impact of TM30-9 to 18 `T-method' of duct sizing TM30-24 to 25 whole-life cost TM30-2 to 7 Life factors OM14-1 to 8 lifts and escalators D16-4 to 5 Lift components D7-1 to 28 controls D8-1 to 12 drives D8-5 to 11 electrical systems D11-1 to 6 environmental conditions D12-1 to 8 interfacing with BEMS D14-5 to 7

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OM15-1 to 5 OM9-1 to 6 OM4-1 to 13 H1-5, 7-6 to 7, 8-13; OM8-2 to 3 energy efficiency OM6-1 to 3 guidance for designers OM2-1 to 2-6 lifts D12-5 outdoor lighting LG6-72 to 76 records TM20-24 service frequencies OM7-1 to 3 strategy and control OM5-1 to 4 techniques and their applicationOM3-1 to 7 Maintenance and cleaning, ductwork B3:7-1 to 7-4 Maintenance, and energy efficiency F17-1 to 3, 5 to 7 Maintenance procedures, water services G2-29 to 30 Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations TM20-5, 13, 15, 34 Managing the building, and energy efficiency F15-1 to 9 Materials, ductwork B3:5-1 to 5-2 Materials and fittings, ductwork B3:5-1 to 5-3 Materials, building absorptance/emittance A2-70 emissivity A3-7 moisture content A3-35; A7-2 thermal properties A3-1, 4 to 5, 43 to 56, 58; A5-6 to 7 Mean heat gains A5-16 to 17 Mean internal dry resultant temperature A5-17 Mean radiant temperature definition A1-2; A5-3 short-wave radiation effects A1-14 thermal indices A1-6 Mean structural heat gain A5-17 Mean surface temperature definition A5-3 Means of escape and human factors, fire engineering E4-1 to 14 fire safety engineering design approaches E4-6 to 8 Maintenance audits commissioning and testing contracts controls

Lighting, outdoor environment LG6-1 to 86 design aspects LG6-2 to 7 equipment LG6-58 to 72 maintenance LG6-72 to 76 specific applications LG6-7 to 38 techniques LG6-41 to 58 Lighting techniques, outdoor LG6-41 to 58 Lightweight structures A5-13, 22 solar cooling loads A5-37 to 51 Liquid fuels C5-4 to 7 Liquid petroleum gases (LPG) B1:6-1, 6-4 to 5 Local apparent time (LAT) A2-1, 39 Log books TM31-1 to 10 benefits of TM31-1 to 2 Building Regulations TM31-1, 9 to 10 description of TM31-2 to 3

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objectives of escape design pre-movement times travel time prescriptive codes Measurement of airflow Mechanical ventilation E4-1 E4-8 to 10 E4-10 to 13 E4-1 to 6 CA-23 to 24 B2:2-8 to 10; B2:4-17 to 20 Mixed mode ventilation Mixed-use buildings, energy assessment and reporting methodology Mixing boxes Modernisation, lifts and escalators Moisture content building materials masonry Moisture movement, mechanisms for Moisture transfer and condensation condensation condensation, control of interstitial condensation, algorithm for moisture content of materials moisture movement, mechanisms for non-steady-state calculations outside and inside design conditions sources of moisture Moisture, sources of Monitoring and targeting, energy efficiency Montreal protocol CFCs, HCFCs and halons Moody chart Mothballed protection Motors heat gains from Motor drives, energy efficiency Motor vehicle lifts Motors and building transportation systems, energy efficiency Multiple boiler installations Museums, comfort criteria Museums and art galleries, lighting artificial lighting conservation daylighting display case lighting displays, lighting of electric lighting lighting energy efficiency, maintenance and costs exhibits gallery or museum space lighting historic buildings paintings and drawings sculpture security Museums, libraries and art galleries, ventilation B2:2-10 to 11; B2:4-20 to 23 TM22a-6 to 8 B2:5-11 D16-1 to 14 A7-2 A3-5, 35 A7-2 to 3 A7-1 to 13 A7-4 to 9 A7-9 to 10 A7-12 to 13 A7-2 A7-2 to 3 A7-10 A7-3 to 4 A7-1 to 2 A7-1 to 2 F19-1 to 12 GN1-4 to 7 C4-3 G5-25 to 27 A6-10 to 11 F11-3 to 4 D4-11; D5-13 F11-1 to 9 A9-10 A1-4 LG8-1 to 56 LG8-18 to 21 LG8-4 to 8 LG8-25 to 27 LG8-13 to 17 LG8-8 to 10 LG8-12, 32 LG8-47 to 48 LG8-15, 18, 31 LG8-4 to 12 LG8-29 to 32 LG8-20, 21, 40 to 42 LG8-14 to 17, 35, 42 LG8-12 B2:3-31 to 33 ductwork insulation, windows Noise, lifts and escalators escalators and passenger conveyors hydraulic drives car lobbies machine rooms rack and pinion lifts Noise and vibration control for HVAC active silencers airflow noise boilers chillers, compressors and condensers cooling towers duct breakout noise ducts escalators fan coil units fans grilles and diffusers lifts noise criteria for HVAC systems noise prediction noise sources in building services noise transmission to and from outside passive silencers and plenums plant rooms, noise control in privacy and cross talk pumps roof-top units room sound levels sound transmission between rooms source directivity sources of noise and vibration stand-by generators transmission paths variable air volume systems vibration vibration isolators Noise at Work Regulations control devices energy efficiency window design Night cooling and thermal mass Noise H5-53 B2:5-2 to 8 F7-2 LG10-4 to 5 B2:4-27 to 32 A1-28 to 32; LG10-6, 60; TM20-36 B3:3-13 to 3-17 LG10-16, 44, 59 to 61 D10-4 D7-10 D12-5, 8 D12-5, 8 D12-5 D5-11 B5-1 to 53 B5-13 to 14 B5-8 to 9 B5-6 B5-6 B5-6 B5-14 B5-9 to 15 B5-7 B5-6 B5-5 B5-6 B5-7 B5-21 to 22 B5-22 to 23 B5-5 to 7 B5-20 to 21 B5-12 to 13 B5-7 to 8 B5-19 to 20 B5-6 B5-6 B5-15 to 20 B5-17 to 19 B5-17 B5-3 to 5 B5-6 B5-4 to 5 B5-5 B5-23 to 35 B5-27 to 30 D12-5, 17-4 A1-31 to 32; TM20-34, 36 Noise criteria for HVAC systems Noise criterion (NC) curves Noise insulation, glazing Noise prediction Noise rating (NR) curves recommended NR values Noise sources in building services Noise transmission in ducts Noise transmission to and from outside Non-circular ducts B5-21 to 22 A1-29, 30 LG10-57 B5-22 to 23 A1-29, 30, 31 A1-3 to 4 B5-5 to 7 B5-9 to 15 B5-20 to 21 C4-4 to 5, 78 to 82

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Non-medical compressed air Non-medical vacuum Non-steady-state calculations, moisture transfer Non-steady-state thermal characteristics No-sky line Nursing homes, lighting Nusselt number G11-6 to 9 G11-12 to 13 A7-10 A3-31 to 33 LG10-17 to 20, 29, 87 LG9-1, 35 A10-4; C3-3; C3-5 to 8

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Mechanical ventilation and air conditioning, energy efficiency F7-2 to 5 Mechanical ventilation systems, control H5-34 improved life cycle performance of TM30-1 to 26 Medical gases G11-13 to 17 Medical services, pipework G11-10 to 12, 15 Medical vacuum G11-19 to 11-12 Metabolic rates A1-6, 9, 10; A6-1 Meteorological data, sources of J11-1 to 5 Meteorology and climatology J3-1 to 6 Metering F5-15 to 17 Metrication C6-5 to 6 Microbiological contamination G6-15 to 17 cooling towers G5-18; G6-14 hot water systems G2-11 to 14; G5-12 Legionella bacteria G6-16 swimming pools G7-11 water features G8-3 Middle East design notes for TM4-6 to 68 basic design information TM4-6 to 14 control systems TM4-29, 30 corrosion TM4-12 to 28 design data TM4-27 to 29 design specifications electrical services TM4-27 to 29 energy conservation TM4-11, 30 fire protection TM4-25, 26 fuels TM4-20 heat generation TM4-20 hvac systems TM4-15 to 18 irrigation systems TM4-23, 24 local standards TM4-12 location data sheets TM4-1, 31 to 68 lifts TM4-29 lighting TM4-9 to 11 map of TM4-32 meteorological data TM4-1 to 3 noise and vibration TM4-11 refrigeration TM4-18 to 20 sanitation TM4-21 to 24 solar design data TM4-7 to 9 thermal insulation TM4-26 thermal properties of structures TM4-5 water distribution TM4-16 to 17 water supplies TM4-22, 24 Minimising pollution at air intakes TM21-1 to 22 air pollution and air quality TM21-1 to 6 designing to minimise pollution impact TM21-6 to 18 estimating effect of external air pollutants on indoor air quality TM21-18 to 20 Miscellaneous data C6-1 to 22 Miscellaneous piped services G11-1 to 17 gas fuels G11-1 to 6 medical gases G11-13 to 17 medical vacuum G11-19 to 11-12 non-medical compressed air G11-6 to 9 non-medical vacuum G11-12 to 13

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Observation lifts Occupation densities Occupational exposure limits Offending zone, lighting Office equipment energy efficiency heat gains from Office worker performance, environmental factors Offices comfort comfort criteria occupancy density ventilation Offices, energy assessment and reporting methodology D5-3 A1-18; A6-1 to 2, 5 A1-19, 20, 21 A1-24 F12-1 to 6 A5-23; A6-5 to 10 TM24-1 to 28 B2:3-5 to 7 A1-4 A6-2 B2:3-1 to 7 TM22-1 to 18; TM22a-9 to 10 TM4-2, 50

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Natural gas flow in pipes Natural ventilation C4-86 to 89 A4-1 to 17; B2:2-7 to 8; B2:4-8 to 17 B3-10 to 12

Oman, weather data Open water surfaces, heat and mass transfer from C3-34 to 35 Openings, infiltration and natural ventilation A4-3 to 4 Operation and maintenance (O&M) manuals OM11-1 to 2 Operation and maintenance, photovoltaics TM25-15 to 16 Optimum start control H2-7 Outdoor air quality A1-16 Outdoor air supply rate A1-18 to 21 Outdoor air temperature A3-39; A5-3 Outdoor design data A2-1 to 73 Outdoor design temperatures A2-2, 14 to 26; A5-8 Outdoor environment, lightingLG6-1 to 87 access routes LG6-14 amenity LG6-12, 41 buildings LG6-43 car parks LG6-10 commissioning LG6-72 floodlighting LG6-10, 43, 75 footpaths LG6-20 gardens LG6-24 perimeters LG6-9, 77 public buildings LG6-7 to 8, 16, 17, 54 roads LG6-10, 56 schools LG6-16, 54 signs LG6-16, 38 standby lighting LG6-84 tunnels LG6-23 water LG6-24, 33 Outdoor multi-user areas, lighting LG4-36 Outdoor sports grounds, lighting LG4-37 Outside air quality J7-3 to 5 Overheating criteria A5-3 risk assessment A5-15 to 21, 33 to 34 Ownership, operation and maintenance, guide to CDM regulations OM18-1 to 4

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commissioning and testing condition surveys economic life factors energy efficiency and maintenance guidance for building services designers handover procedures health and safety HVAC controls maintenance audits maintenance contracts maintenance strategy and control maintenance techniques and their application O&M manuals owning and operating costs plant service frequencies risk assessment procedures training Owning and operating costs Ozone depletion and global warming CFCs, HCFCs and halons Ozone depletion potential OM9-1 to 6 OM16-1 to 5 OM14-1 to 8 OM6-1 to 3 OM2-1 to 6 OM10-1 to 5 OM17-1 to 7 OM8-1 to 5 OM15-1 to 5 OM4-1 to 13 OM5-1 to 4 OM3-1 to 7 OM11-1 to 2 OM13-1 to 12 OM7-1 to 3 OM12-1 to 6 OM19-1 to 4 OM13-1 to 12 GN1-3 GN1-2 to 3 G5-19 G5-20; G11-1 to 3 G2-14, 25 to 28; G513, 14; G6-8, 9 irrigation systems G9-11 to 14 laboratory wastes G3-3; G5-19 maintenance G2-29 medical services G11-10 to 12, 15 pneumatic solid waste disposal G4-9 sanitary installations G2-9; 25 to 28; G3-3 to 6 vacuum services G11-10 to 12 water contamination G6-9, 14 water features G8-7 Pipework components, pressure loss factors C4-91 to 95 Pipework, fire engineering foam systems E8-24 gaseous systems E8-24 sprinkler systems E8-1, 8 to 9, 13 to 16 water mist systems E8-29 water supplies to hoses E9-7 Place of public assembly, comfort criteria A1-4 Plane surfaces, and heat transfer C3-21 to 23 Planning techniques, advanced, lifts and escalators D4-1 to 17 Plant rooms, noise control in B5-7 to 8 Plant rooms, ventilation B2:3-33 Plant service frequencies OM7-1 to 3 Plant sizing heating and air conditioning A4-9; A5-1 to 89 medical vacuum services G11-11 to 12 water services G2-15 to 25 Plant size ratio B1:4-14 to 15 Platform hoists lifts D5-21 Plume emission J7-6 to 8 Plumes, smoke TM19-6 to 8 Pollution LG10-16, 71 Pollutants control of A1-18, 19 to 21 guideline values for A1-16, 17 human sensitivity to A1-15 to 16 Post offices, comfort criteria A1-3 Potable water G6-2 to 7 distribution of G6-7 to 9 storage cisterns G6-9 Water Regulations G2-4 water treatment G6-2 to 7, 10 to 14 Prandtl number C6-18 Pre-commissioning CM-8 to 9 Pre-commissioning, water distribution systems CW-5 to 8 Predicted percentage dissatisfied (PPD) A1-6 to 7 Predicted mean vote (PMV), determination of A1-38 to 39 Pressure­enthalpy charts, refrigerants B4-58 to 65 Pressure loss factors ductwork, circular C4-77 ductwork components C4-96 to 116 pipes C4-9 to 76 pipework components C4-91 to 95 Pressure systems and Transportable Gas Containers Regulations TM20-22 to 24, 31 Pressurisation, smoke control E7-1, 4 Primary fuels C5-1 to 2 Prison cells, comfort criteria A1-4 Privacy and cross talk B5-19 to 20 Project management, commissioning CC-6 to 11 fire services gas services hot and cold water services Properties of fuels Fa-4 to 6 Properties of humid air C1-1 to 67 psychrometric charts C1-4 to 6 psychrometric data C1-1 to 3 psychrometric tables C1-7 to 67 Properties of water and steam C2-1 to 7 saturated steam C2-2 to 3 water at saturation C2-4 to 6 Proportional area method, heat bridges A3-10 to 18 Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations TM20-24 to 25 Psychrometric charts C1-4 to 6 data C1-1 to 3 processes B2:4-66 to 67 tables C1-7 to 67 Public health engineering corrosion and corrosion protection G5-1 to 27 external drainage, local storage and treatment of waste water G10-1 to 25 glossary G12-1 to 10 irrigation G9-1 to 14 miscellaneous piped services G11-1 to 17 sanitary accommodation, pipework and drainage G3-1 to 15 swimming pools G7-1 to 20 waste management systems G4-1 to 14 water features and fountains G8-1 to 11 water services and utilities G2-1 to 31 water treatment G6-1 to 18 Pumps, noise B5-6 Pumps, setting to work CW-8 to 9 Purpose groups, fire engineering E3-6 to 8 Radiative heat transfer coefficient A3-7, 8, 37; A5-3 to 4, 57;

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Pakistan, weather data TM4-2, 52 Passenger conveyors D2-12, 10-1 to 5 Passenger lifts D5-1, 8 Passivation G5-24 to 25 Passive silencers and plenums B5-12 to 13 Pathology departments lighting LG2-46 Payback period OM13-8 Peak dry resultant temperature A5-8, 19, 64 Petroleum fuels, properties of C5-5 Phon A1-28 Photometric data for luminaires, CIBSE standard file format TM14-4 to 16 conventions TM14-4 to 6 file format TM14-6 to 15 basic data TM14-6 to 8 lumen design method and glare checking TM14-13 to 15 Photovoltaics, building integrated TM25-1 to 36 case studies TM25-16 to 24 detailed technical design TM25-9 to 12 glossary TM25-29 hazards, checklist TM25-27 to 28 installation TM25-12 to 15 operation and maintenance TM25-15 to 16 outline of PV technology TM25-1 to 4 outline technical design TM25-6 to 9 preliminary design TM25-4 to 6 Pipe renovation and surveys G10-18 to 19 Pipe sizing B1:4-3, 5, 10; B1:5-11 example calculation B1:A1-2 to 5 Pipe and sewerage materials G10-20 Pipes/Pipework condensate flow in C4-86 heat transfer C3-23 to 30 internal diameters C4-5 natural gas flow in C4-86 to 89 pressure losses C4-9 to 76 steam flow in C4-82 to 86 water flow in C4-6 to 76 Pipes, sewage flow in G3-10 to 13 Pipework boosted water systems G2-6 compressed air services G11-8

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Qatar, weather data TM4-2, 54 Quality assurance lifts D12-6; B16-28 maintenance management TM17-12; Quantified risk assessment, fire engineering E2-11 to 12 Quantities, units and numbers C6-4 to 5

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Rack and pinion lifts Radiant heaters Radiant heating/cooling Radiant heating systems Radiant temperature Radiation asymmetric direct, heat emitters ground reflected health and safety intensity, fire long-wave short-wave sky diffuse solar D5-15 B1:5-21 to 22 A5-62 to 64 B1:4-12 to 14 A1-2, 6, 14; A5-3, 4 A7-4; A1-6, 12 to 14 A5-29 A5-79 TM20-35 TM19-1 A2-69 to 72; A5-3, 9, 88 A1-13 to 14, A2-70, A5-4, 88 A5-79 A1-13 to 14; A2-39 to 40, 45 to 46, 47 to 50, 76 to 84 A1-6, 12 to 14 C3-10 to 12

thermal Radiation, heat transfer by

Railway stations, comfort criteria A1-4 Reference data properties of humid air C1-1 to 67 properties of water and steam C2-1 to 7 heat transfer C3-1 to 37 flow of fluids in pipes and ducts C4-1 to 123 fuels and combustion C5-1 to 12 units, standard and mathematical data J6-1 to 22 Refrigerant data B4-57 Refrigerants pressure­enthalpy charts B4-58 to 65 recovery and disposal CR-23 Refrigerating systems, commissioning CR-1 to 41 absorption systems CR-24 to 27 alternatives to CFCs and HCFCs CR-30 commissioning project management CR-8 commissioning records CR-31 to 39 definitions CR-3 to 4 design for commissionability CR-5 to 6 environmental and energy issues CR-29 importance of commissioning CR-1 pre-commissioning CR-8 to 10 pressure and leak testing CR-11 to 17 refrigerant recovery and disposal CR-23 safety issues CR-4 to 5 setting to work CR-17 to 20 specification CR-6 to 7 summary of commissioning requirements CR-1 test apparatus and instruments CR-21 to 23 VRV and VRF systems CR-31 Refrigeration and heat rejection B4-1 to 65 aesthetics B4-18 associated systems B4-7 Building Regulations B4-15 to 18 building structure and layout B4-18 commissioning B4-8 to 9 controls B4-52 to 54 design guidance B4-2 to 9: GN1-1 to 3, 9 to 23 dessicant enhanced cooling B4-37 direct expansion (DX) systems B4-45 to 46 energy efficiency and environmental issues B4-4, 14 equipment B4-42 to 54 evaporative cooling B4-36 to 37 free cooling B4-19 to 23 heat dissipation ratio B4-36 heat rejection and cooling water equipment B4-49 to 52 ice storage systems B4-37 to 38 maintenance B4-9, 18 noise B4-11 to 12 operation B4-9 pollution B4-12 to 14 pressure­enthalpy charts B4-58 to 65 procurement issues B4-8 refrigerant data B4-57 reliability B4-7 to 8

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requirements B4-9 to 18 safety B4-10 strategic design decisions B4-1 to 9 strategy B4-5 to 7 system selection B4-19 to 42 vapour compression refrigeration B4-23 to 32 water chillers B4-47 to 49 whole-life costs B4-8 Refrigeration design, energy efficiency F8-1 to 12 Regulation, air distribution systems CA-6 to 17 Relationships for smoke control calculations TM19-1 to 22 Relative humidity A1-14; A5-8 definition A1-2 design conditions A7-4 electrostatic shocks A1-35 Remote monitoring, lifts and escalators D14-1 to 8 Renewables, fuels, CHP and metering F5-1 to 17 Residential homes for the elderly, lighting LG9-1 Residential buildings cold water storage G2-8 to 9 hot water storage G2-11 to 12 sanitary installations G2-9; G3-2 waster management G4-2 to 5, 8, 12 water supplies G2-1 to 3 Residential homes for people with special needs, lighting LG9-1 Resistivity, vapour A3-55 to 56 Responsibility matrix, commissioning management CM-14 to 15 Restaurants comfort criteria A1-4 hot and cold water services G2-9, 12, 15, 22 occupancy density A6-2 sanitary installations G2-9; G3-3 waste management G4-3, 4, 8, 10, 11 Risk assessment OM12-1 to 6 Risk management, Legionnaires' disease TM13-6 to 9 Rooflights LG10-7, 8, 29, 35 to 37, 40, 52 to 53, 87 comparison LG10-36 maintenance LG10-16 spacing LG10-35, 37 Roofs heat losses A3-38 thermal properties A3-61 U-value calculation A3-18 to 19 Roof-top units, noise B5-6 Room air model A5-88 Room air conditioners B2:4-53 Room air distribution strategies B2:4-1 to 8 Room cooling load calculation A5-34 Room criterion (RC) curves A1-29, 30 Room sound levels B5-15 to 20 Ryznar Stability Index G5-4 to 6 assessment of sewage flow in pipes Sanitary installations, pipework G3-1 to 3 G3-10 to 13 G2-9; 25 to 28; G3-3 to 6 Sky angle clear component factor glare overcast Skylight indicator Smoke ceiling flow ceiling layer control densities filling of rooms hazards of management management systems, design parameters for plumes stratification temperatures toxic concentration Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation Smoke control air extract systems assembly and recreational buildings basements escape routes requirements tenability limits travel distances Smoke control calculations, relationships for ceiling flow ceiling layer computational fluid dynamics (cfd) critical conditions critical visibility design fire essential requirements flashover hazards of smoke plume temperature plumes post-flashover fires pre-flashover fires smoke and heat management smoke filling of rooms smoke management systems, design parameters for stratification visibility, critical visibility, estimation of Smoke detectors Smoking outdoor air supply rates Smoke plumes Smoke ventilation Soils, thermal conductivity Sol-air temperatures air temperature alternative calculation data definition swing Sol-air temperatures (UK) Solar data LG10-87 LG10-69, 86 LG10-69 to 70, 87 LG10-68, 88 LG10-39 to 40, 52 LG10-68, 72, 73, 86 LG10-25 to 27 TM19-8 TM19-9 to 11 TM19-1 to 22 TM19-2 TM19-9, 10 TM19-2 to 3 TM19-12 to 15 TM19-12 to 15 TM19-6 to 8 TM19-11 E9-9; TM19-3 E9-8 to 10; TM19-3 E9-18 to 20 E7-1 to 10; E10-8 to 17 E2-11 E3-8 E3-1; E9-19, 27 E4-4; E7-3 to 6 E10-8 to 11 E4-7 E3-2 TM19-1 to 22 TM19-8 TM19-9 to 11 TM19-17 to 19 TM19-2 to 3 TM19-3 TM19-3 to 5 TM19-2 to 3 TM19-1, 3, 10, 11 TM19-2 to 3 TM19-8 TM19-6 to 8 TM19-4 TM19-3 TM19-12 TM19-9, 10 TM19-12 to 15 TM19-11; TM19-3 TM19-5 E3-6; E6-5 to 8: E10-7 A1-18 to 19 E10-11 to 14 E7-1 to 10 A3-19, 21 J5-53 to 58 A3-38 A2-72 to 73 A2-51, 52 to 57 A5-4 A5-18 Ja6-121 to 156 A2-39 to 59

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gain gain factors geometry irradiance irradiation Solar altitude and azimuth angles and bearings definition Solar altitude angles and bearings Solar and illuminance data Solar and related data tables Solar azimuth angle Solar cooling loads algorithm data Solar irradiance clear sky correction factors definition time-labelling Solar radiation A5-16, 22 A5-14 to 15; 74 to 84 A2-39 A2-39 to 40, 47 to 50 A2-39, 45 to 46 A2-41 to 44 A2-39 Ja6-9 A2-39 to 58 Ja6-1 to 156 J5-9, 12, 13 A5-22 A5-86 A5-36 to 51 J5-22, 35 to 37, Ja3-1 to 3 Ja3-1 to 2 J2-2; J5-2 J2-2; J5-6 A1-13 to 14; A2-39 to 40, 45 to 46, 47 to 50, 76 to 84 A3-38 A1-13 to 14 A5-76 to 84 A5-77 to 84 J5-2 to 28 J5-1 to 78 C5-2 to 4, 9, 10 to 11 A3-19 to 23 TM4-3, 59 LG6-37 A1-28 to 30, 32 B5-17 to 19 TM20-21, 28 B3:A2-1 to A2-3 TM13-27 to 29 A10-15 C1-7 to 67 C6-3 C1-2, 7 to 67 C2-1, 2 to 3 C5-2 to 9 A1-31 C4-60 B2:4-58 to 60 LG10-70, 72 B2:3-36 to 38 A1-4 LG4-1 to 71 LG4 LG4-57 to 58 LG4-52 to 58 LG4-4 to 6 LG4-62, 63 LG4-67 to 69 LG4-59

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Sanitary accommodation, pipework and drainage below-ground drainage systems drainage foul water drainage pipework and drainage sanitary accommodation, G3-1 to 15 G3-7 to 8, 14 G3-1 to 15 G3-3 to 6 G3-1 to 15

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Saturated steam flow in steel pipes C4-83 to 85 properties of C2-2 to 3 Saturation vapour pressure (SVP) A10-10, 17 A7-5, 6, 9 Saudi Arabia, weather data TM4-2, 55 Schools and educational buildings, ventilation B2:3-33 to 35 Scissor lifts D5-19 Sea/river/lake water cooling B2:4-60 Secondary fuels C5-2 Secure accommodation, lighting LG9-1 Security, glazing for LG10-57 Security lighting LG6-9, 10, 53 LG1-62 to 65 Selection of equipment and performance, lifts and escalators D3-1 Sensible heat gain A7-3; A10-15; Sensors H3-3 to 6 Sensory comfort guidelines A1-20 to 21 Septic tanks G3-14; G10-9, 22 Service lifts D5-12 Sewage flow in pipes G3-10 to 13 Sewage treatment G10-14 to 17 Sewers access to G10-20 to 21 adoption of G10-22 to 23 Shading LG10-13 to 14, 21, 31, 49 to 55 size and position LG10-11 to 13 Shading coefficient A5-14 to 15; 84; LG10-32, 33, 82, 83, 87 definition A5-4 Shading devices LG10-49 to 51, 53 Shopping centres, circulation D2-6 Shops and retail premises, ventilation B2:3-35 to 36 Shops and shopping malls, comfort criteria A1-4 Short-wave radiation absorptance, clothing A1-13 absorptance/emittance, building materials A2-70 definition A5-4 radiant temperature asymmetry A1-13 to 14 reference (dynamic) model A5-88 Short-wave solar radiation, theoretical estimation J5-28 to 46 Showers, safety Legionnaires' disease TM13-29 SI units C6-1, 6 to 7 conversion tables C6-7 to 14 for catalogues C6-16 multiples and submultiples C6-2, 3 rules C6-4 to 5 special derived units C6-2, 3 Silencers, ductwork B5-12 to 14 Single duct systems B2:4-53 to 58 Single glazed windows, U-values A3-32 Single-zone model, airflow A4-13 to 14 Site survey checklist, energy efficiency F18-18 to 32 Sizing heating and cooling plant A4-9; A5-1 to 89

heat losses radiant temperature asymmetry room response TAR values Solar radiation estimates and meteorological observations Solar radiation, long-wave radiation and daylight Solid fuels Solid ground floors Somalia, weather data Son et lumiere Sound pressure levels Sound transmission between rooms Space working Space allowance, ductwork Spas, whirlpool spas and whirlpool baths Legionnaires' disease Specific enthalpy humid air Specific heat capacity Specific volume air steam Specification of fuels Speech intelligibility Spirally wound ducts Split systems, ventilation Split-flux inter-reflection formula Sports centres, ventilation Sports halls, comfort criteria Sports lighting ancillary areas discharge lamps, control gear for equipment emergency lighting floodlighting, aiming and commissioning of glossary of terms illuminance, determination of

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indoor arenas LG4-35 indoor sports halls LG4-34 large sports stadia LG4-43 to 45 luminaires LG4-53 to 57 maintenance and operation LG4-46 to 52 multi-purpose facilities LG4-34 to 45 outdoor multi-use areas LG4-36 outdoor sports grounds LG4-37 to 40 performance, outdoor installations, calculation of LG4-60 planning requirements LG4-7 play area dimensions LG4-65, 66 player and spectator requirements LG4-2 to 4 requirements for specific sports LG4-8 to 34 small sports stadia LG4-40 to 43 specific sports requirements LG4-8 to 34 standby lighting LG4-6 surveillance lighting LG4-6 television, lighting for LG4-45, 46 uniformity ratio, determination of LG4-59 Sports stadia, lighting LG4-40 to 44 Sprinklers TM19-4, 12, 13 Sprinkler protection E8-1 to 21 Sprinkler systems E8-1 to 21 commissioning and testing E8-18 to 19 implications for firefighting E9-20 to 21 installation design E8-10 to 16 maintenance of E8-19 to 20 pipework E8-1, 8 to 9, 13 to 16 system components E8-7 to 9 types of E8-6 to 7 water supplies E8-16 to 18 Squash courts, comfort criteria A1-4 Stability, controls H2-9 to 10 Stack effect A4-2, 5 to 8, 10, 11; tall buildings A4-9 Stack losses C5-10 to 12 Standard values and reference values C6-17 Standards rooms, ventilation B2:3-43 Stand-by generators, noise B5-6 Standby lighting A1-22 lighting, sports LG4-6 Static electricity A1-8, 14, 34 to 35 Steady-state models/methods A5-4 to 5, 8 to 11; B2:3-6 comparison A5-65 to 73 derivation A5-53 to 60 Steam, flow in pipes C4-82 to 86 Steam injection humidificationB2:3-12, 25; B2:5-22, 24 Steam systems B1:4-9 to 11; B1:5-14 to 18 equipment B1:5-14 to 18 boilers B1:5-14 to 16 steam traps B1:5-16; B1:5-17 to 18 feedwater equipment B1:5-16 to 17 Storage systems, thermal A5-32 to 33; TM18-1 Stratification TM19-11 Structural heat gains A5-17, 18 Student residences, lighting LG9-1, 15 Sudan, weather data TM4-3, 61 Summer design conditions A2-6; A5-8 Summer temperatures cooling loads A5-64 ranges A1-2 to 5 Sun time (local apparent time) A2-1, 39 Sunlight LG10-2 to 3 LG10-75 to 77 A2-39, 40; LG10-21 to 22 Supermarkets, comfort criteria A1-4 Supports, ductwork B3:3-21 to 3-22 Supports for horizontal ducts B16-19, 20 Surface appearance of LG11-24 colour specification of LG11-12 to 20 Surface condensation A7-4, 5 Surface factor A5-13 calculation A3-41 to 42 definition A3-33; A5-4, 14 Surface mass transfer coefficient A7-2, 3 Surface reflectance and colour, Lighting Guide light reflecting properties of surfaces LG11-7 to 8 measurement of reflectance and colour LG11-20 to 23 reflectance and colour standards LG11-23 reflectance sample cards LG11-32 surface appearance LG11-24 surface colour specification LG11-12 to 20 Surface temperature A5-3 Surface water drainage G10-1 to 8; G3-6 to 7 Surfaces heat transfer A3-37 to 38 light reflecting properties of LG11-7 to 8 thermal resistance A3-7 to 9, 58 thermal response A5-13 to 14 Surveillance lighting sports LG4-6 Suspended ground floors, U-value A3-23 to 26 Swimming pools G7-1 to 20 bathing loads G7-2 chemical dosing plant G7-14 to 16 chemical water treatment G7-10 to 14 comfort criteria A1-4 filtration design G7-1 to 4 heating B1:4-3, 6; B1:5-11 mass and heat transfer from C3-34 to 35 operation and maintenance G7-17 to 20 plant space and location G7-16 to 17 pool hall conditioning G7-17 ventilation B2:3-37 to 38 water circulation within pool G7-7 to 8 water distribution design G7-5 to 10 Swings, heat gains Synoptic data (UK) Syria, weather data A5-17 to 19, 75 Ja5-1 to 40 TM4-3, 62 Sunlight studies Sun-path diagram design dew-point dry and wet bulb, coincidence dry resultant A1-2 to 5, 9; A2-2, 6 to 7, 14 to 27, 27 to 38 A2-2, 5 A2-6 to 12 A1-2 to 5, 6, 7 to 8, 9, 11; A5-2, 4, 8, 17, 18 to 19, 22, 23, 62 to 64; B1:3-2 A3-37; A5-2 to 3, 4, 13 A1-12 A5-3 A1-2, 6; A5-3, 22, 23 A2-2 to 6 A2-5 A1-6 A3-39; A5-3 A1-2, 6, 14; A5-3, 4 G10-15 A2-51, 52 to 57, 72 to 73; A3-38; A5-4, 18 A1-2 to 5; A5-64 A5-1, 6, 27 A2-3; A3-39 CC-38 B3:6-3 to 6-5 B3:6-1 to 6-5 A6-2 A3-59 to 63 A3-33; A5-4, 13 to 14 A5-31 to 32 A3-4 A3-28 to 30 A3-33 A3-10 to 18 A3-3 A1-7 to 14 A5-1, 6, 27 A1-11, 12; A5-28, 29 AM13-61 to 62 A3-5 A3-44 A3-46 to 50 A3-4 to 5, 35 A3-45 to 46 A3-50 to 52 A3-19, 21 A3-36 A1-6 to 14 A1-6 to 7 AM13-18 A3-4 GN1-18 to 19 A2-2, 8 to 9 A3-5 to 6 A3-36

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Thermal properties of building structures and components A3-1 to 63 admittance, decrement factor and surface factor A3-41 to 42 combined method, application to multiple layer structures A3-40 ground floors and basements A3-19 to 27 heat losses from buildings A3-3 to 18 heat transfer at surfaces A3-37 to 38 moisture content of masonry materials A3-35 non-steady-state thermal characteristics A3-31 to 33 properties of materials A3-43 to 56 roofs A3-18 to 19 seasonal heat losses through ground floors A3-39 thermal properties of typical constructions A3-57 to 63 windows A3-27 to 31 Thermal properties, materials A3-43 to 56 Thermal radiation asymmetric A1-6, 12 to 14 long-wave A2-69 to 73; A5-3, 9, 88 short-wave A1-13 to 14; A2-70; A5-4, 88 Thermal resistance air spaces A3-6 to 7, 58 aluminium curtain wall framing A3-9 blinds and curtains A3-30 to 31 bridged layers A3-40 building materials A3-4 condensation calculation A7-5, 6 masonry blocks A3-40 roof spaces A3-7 surfaces A3-7 to 9 Thermal resistivity, glass A3-28 Thermal response and plant sizing A5-1 to 89 calculation methods, application of A5-27 to 36 calculation methods, background to A5-4 to 5 calculation methods, introduction to A5-5 to 8 computer software, tests for assessment of A5-89 dynamic models A5-11 to 26 energy consumption, assessment of A5-26 to 27 heating and cooling loads, equations for determination of A5-61 to 64 intermittent heating factor, derivation of A5-85 Reference (dynamic) Model, specification for A5-87 to 88 solar cooling loads, algorithm for A5-86 solar cooling load tables A5-37 to 51 solar gain factors, derivation of A5-74 to 84 steady-state models A5-9 to 11 steady-state thermal models, comparison of A5-65 to 73 steady-state thermal models, derivation of A5-53 to 60 Thermal storage TM18-1; F3-5; F7-2 Thermal transmittance

dry resultant, indoor environmental floor heat transfer indoor low mean operative outdoor radiant sewage sol-air summer thermal comfort winter Test equipment, commissioning Test holes, ductwork Testing and commissioning, ductwork Theatre/cinema, occupancy density Thermal admittance (Y-value) data definition plant operation Thermal bridges insulation multiple glazing thermal performance thermal transmittance transmission heat loss coefficient Thermal comfort influences on temperatures vertical air temperatures Thermal comfort, mixed mode ventilation Thermal conductivity impermeable materials inorganic porous materials masonry non-hygroscopic materials organic hygroscopic materials soils testing Thermal environment Thermal indices Thermal inertia, mixed mode ventilation Thermal insulation application CFCs, HCFCs and halons clothing declared and design values testing

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`T-method' of duct sizing Television, lighting requirements for sports Television studios, comfort criteria Television studios, ventilation Temperature plume smoke Temperatures adaptation to air body correlated colour data TM30-24 to 25 LG4-45, 46 A1-4 B2:3-11 to 12 TM19-8 TM19-3 A1-10 A2-52 to 57; A5-2, 62,63, 64 A1-6 A1-27 to 28 A2-4, 5

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(U-value) basements A3-26 to 27 blinds and curtains A3-30 to 31 bridged layers A3-10 to 18 definition A5-4 determination methods A3-1 to 2 floors A3-19 to 27, 39 glazing A3-1, 27 to 28 plane homogenous layers A3-9 standards A3-1 testing A3-36 windows A3-27 to 31, 32 Thermosyphon driving pressure C4-8 Three-port valves H3-9 to 15 Time proportioning control H2-4 Tobacco processing, environmental conditions B2-10 Tobacco smoke B2:3-4, 18 Toilets, ventilation B2:3-38 Traffic planning, lifts and escalators D3-1 to 21 assessment of demand D3-1 passenger waiting times D3-13 up-peak performance D3-5; D4-1 Transmission paths, noise B5-4 to 5 Transportation buildings and facilities, ventilation B2:3-38 to 40 Transportation systems in buildings advanced planning techniques D4-1 to 17 CDM regulations D18-1 to 10 commissioning, inspection and maintenance D15-1 to 3 components and installation D7-1 to 28 drives and controls D8-1 to 12 electrical systems D11-1 to 6 energy consumption D13-1 to 5 environmental conditions D12-1 to 8 escalators and passenger conveyors D10-1 to 5 escape lifts for disabled people D6-6 firefighting lifts D6-1 to 5 glossary Da1-1 to 31 interior circulation D2-1 to 13 legislation, standards and codes of practice D17-1 to 6 lift group traffic control D9-1 to 8 location and arrangement D2-11 modernisation D16-1 to 14 origins D1-1 remote monitoring and interfacing with BEMS D14-1 to 8 selection of equipment and performance D3-1 to 20 traffic planning D3-1 to 20 types D5-1 to 21 Transportation systems, types of D5-1 Trickle ventilation AM13-22 Tuning rules, building control systems Ha2-1 Tunnel approaches and entrances lighting LG6-23 Turbulent flow C4-3 to 4 Turkey, weather data TM4-3, 63 Two-port valves H3-10 to 14 Typical constructions, thermal properties of A3-57 to 63

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U-value calculation basements bridged layers floors glazing plane homogenous layers roofs single leaf constructions twin leaf constructions walls windows U-value, definition U-values basements glazing solid ground floors suspended floors windows UK cold weather data UK energy use UK warm weather data A3-26 to 27 A3-10 to 18, 40 A3-21 to 22, 24 to 26, 27 A3-1, 27 to 28 A3-9 A3-18 to 19 A3-10 to11, 13 to 15 A3-11 to 13 A3-12 to 13, 15 to 18 A3-27 A5-4 A3-26 A3-28, 29 A3-19 to 20 A3-25 A3-31, 32 A2-2 to 6; J4-1 to 10 F1-1 to 2 A2-6 to 12; J4-10 to 20

Valves actuators design hydraulic flow selection thermostatic radiator types Vapour barriers Vapour compression refrigeration Variable air volume (VAV) systems all air broadcasting studios control

H3-7 H3-11 to 13 H3-8 to 9 H3-13 to 17 H5-27 to 8, 6-3 H3-9 to 11 A7-3, 5, 8, 9, 10 B4-23 to 32 B2:4-24 B2:3-12 H2-10, 5-41 to 6, 6-3 to 4 CA-13; CC-25 B2:4-39, 40, 41

UK weather data for manual design J4-1 to 38 UK weather data for simulation J8-1 to 9 UK weather in the recent past J4-28 to 38 UK weather regions and zones J3-14 to 15 UK wind climate J6-2 to 6 Ultraviolet filtering, daylight LG10-55 to 57 Uniformity of illuminance LG4-59 United Arab Emirates, weather data TM4-3, 65 United Arab Republic, weather data TM4-3, 67 Units, standard and mathematical data C6-1 to 22 areas and circumference of circle C6-20 Beaufort scale C6-19 Birmingham gauge and standard wire gauge thickness C6-17 conversion factors C6-6 to 14 degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius C6-15 dimensionless constants C6-18 to 19 geometric formulae C6-21 to 22 metrication in the European Union C6-5 to 6 International System of Units (SI) C6-1 to 4 preferred ISO metric screw threat sizes C6-17 quantities, units and numbers C6-4 to 5 SI units for catalogues C6-16 standard values and reference values C6-17 velocity pressure of wind C6-19 Utilities costs OM13-1

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Vacuum dental non-medical Vacuum services, pipework G11-10 G11-12 to 13 G11-10 to 12

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commissioning dual duct hospitals and health care buildings B2:3-25 hotels B2:3-27 laboratories B2:3-30 noise B5-5 single duct B2:4-56 to 58, 59 Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems H5-51 to 2, 6-5 commissioning CC-25 Vehicle washes, Legionnaires' disease TM13-29 Veiling reflections display screens LG3-7, 19, 25 Velocity pressure of wind C6-19 Velocity pressures of air C4-82 Ventilation condensation A2-2 cooling load calculation A5-23 cross A4-7 effectiveness A1-21 health and safety TM20-13, 15, 23, 33 heat gain swings A5-18 lift car D9-2; D14-26 lift machine room D9-2 lift well D9-2 natural A4-1 to 17 reference (thermal) dynamic model A5-88 thermal resistance of air spaces A3-7 Ventilation and air conditioning B2:1-1 to 31 air cleaners and filtration B2:5-14 to 19 air control units B2:5-28 to 29 air cooler batteries B2:5-19 to 20 air distribution B2:4-2 to 7 air heater batteries B2:5-19 air terminal devices B2:5-29 to 30 animal husbandry B2:3-40 to 41 assembly halls and auditoria B2:3-7 to 8 assessment techniques B2:4-64 to 65 atria B2:3-8 to 10 broadcasting studios B2:3-11 to 12 building performance B2:1-3 call centres B2:3-41 catering and food processing B2:3-12 to 14 chilled ceilings and beams B2:4-32 to 34 cleanrooms B2:3-14 to 15 Coanda effect B2:4-4 to 5 comfort cooling and air conditioning B2:4-23 to 27 communal residential buildings B2:3-16 computer rooms B2:3-16 to 18 condensation B2:3-7 cooled surfaces (floors and slabs) B2:4-35 to 36

court rooms darkrooms (photographic) dessicant cooling systems displacement ventilation dual duct systems duct and plenum design dwellings energy efficiency equipment evaporative cooling exhaust systems factories and warehouses fan coil units fans ground cooling heat pumps heat recovery devices high rise buildings horticulture hospitals and health care buildings hot deck/cold deck systems hotels humidifiers indoor air quality induction units industrial ventilation integrated approach internal comfort laboratories mechanical ventilation mixed mode systems mixing boxes museums, libraries and art galleries natural ventilation devices natural ventilation night cooling and thermal mass offices outline design process performance requirements plant rooms psychrometric processes recommendations requirements room air conditioners room air distribution strategies schools and educational buildings sea/river/lake water cooling shops and retail premises single duct systems split systems sports centres standards rooms systems toilets transportation buildings and facilities ventilation air intake and discharge points ventilation strategy whole life cost Ventilation and air conditioning controls Ventilation and air conditioning design, energy efficiency

B2:3-42 B2:3-42 B2:4-37 to 39 B2:4-7 B2:4-39 to 41 B2:4-7 B2:3-18 to 21 B2:1-1 B2:5-1 to 31 B2:4-41 to 42 B2:5-8 to 11 B2:3-21 to 23 B2:4-43 to 45 B2:5-25 to 28 B2:4-45 to 49 B2:4-49 to 51 B2:5-11 to 14 B2:3-21, 21, 23 to 24 B2:3-42 to 43 B2:3-24 to 26 B2:4-39 to 41 B2:3-26 to 27 B2:5-20 to 25 B2:3-1 to 5 B2:4-51 to 53 B2:3-27 to 29 B2:2-1 to 12 B2:3-5 to 7 B2:3-29 to 31 B2:2-8 to 10; B2:4-17 to 20 B2:2-10 to 11; B2:4-20 to 23 B2:5-11 B2:3-31 to 33 B2:5-2 to 8 B2:2-7 to 8; B2:4-8 to 17 B2:4-27 to 32 B2:3-1 to 7 B2:1-2 B2:2-1, 2 B2:3-33 B2:4-66 to 67 B2:3-2 B2:3-1 to 46 B2:4-53 B2:4-1 to 8 B2:3-33 to 35 B2:4-60 B2:3-35 to 36 B2:4-53 to 58 B2:4-58 to 60 B2:3-36 to 38 B2:3-43 B2:4-1 to 67 B2:3-38 B2:3-38 to 40 B2:5-1 to 2 B2:2-6 to B11 B2:1-1 F7-11 to 13 F7-1 to 13

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Ventilation fans B2:4-27; B2:5-25 to 28 noise B5-5 Ventilation recommendations B2:3-2 animal husbandry B2:3-40 to 41 assembly halls and auditoria B2:3-7 to 8 atria B2:3-8 to 10 broadcasting studios B2:3-11 to 12 call centres B2:3-41 catering and food processing B2:3-12 to 14 cleanrooms B2:3-14 to 15 communal residential buildings B2:3-16 computer rooms B2:3-16 to 18 court rooms B2:3-42 darkrooms (photographic) B2:3-42 dwellings B2:3-18 to 21 factories and warehouses B2:3-21 to 23 high rise buildings B2:3-21, 21, 23 to 24 horticulture B2:3-42 to 43 hospitals and health care buildings B2:3-24 to 26 hotels B2:3-26 to 27 industrial ventilation B2:3-27 to 29 laboratories B2:3-29 to 31 museums, libraries and art galleries B2:3-31 to 33 offices B2:3-1 to 7 plant rooms B2:3-33 schools and educational buildings B2:3-33 to 35 shops and retail premises B2:3-35 to 36 sports centres B2:3-36 to 38 standards rooms B2:3-43 toilets B2:3-38 transportation buildings and facilities B2:3-38 to 40 Ventilation strategies B2:2-6 to 11 Vibration A1-32, 33, 34; B5-23 to 35 Vibration isolators B5-27 to 30 View factors, radiation C3-13 Viscosity-temperature charts, fuel oils C5-6, 7 Visibility in smoke, critical TM19-3 Visual environment A1-21 to 28 Visual environment for display screen use LG3-1 to 62 VRV and VRF refrigerating systems, commissioning CR-31 hazardous waste health, safety and environmental considerations solid waste disposal Water contamination industrial uses of potable potable, distribution of pressures properties of storage, cold water storage, hot water supply, system design Water at saturation, properties of Water chillers Water companies and drainage authorities Water distribution overseas countries principles swimming pools Water distribution systems checks before filling checks before pump start-up cleanliness commissioning design electrical checks evaluation and witnessing filling flow measurement flow rate balancing flow regulation flushing frost precautions initial run installation precommissioning checks setting to work specification Water distribution systems, commissioning balancing and regulating water flow rates commissioning project management definitions design for commissionability design issues evaluation and witnessing flow measurement and regulation pre-commissioning safety issues setting pumps to work Water features and fountains design considerations feature components pipework refurbishment sample calculations types of installation water care, treatment and cleaning Water expansion vessels, sizing of Water features and fountains design considerations feature components pipework refurbishment sample calculations G4-12 to 13 G4-13 to 14 G4-1 to 12 G6-1 to 2 G6-14 to 17 G6-17 to 18 G6-2 to 7 G6-7 to 9 G2-26 to 27 C4-8 G2-8 to 11 G2-11 to 14, 18 to 19 G2-25 to 28 C2-4 to 6 B4-47 to 49 G10-23 to 24 G2-1 to 2 G6-7 to 9 G7-5 to 10 CW-1 to 29 CW-3 CW-7 CW-1 to 4 CW-1, 3, 5, 19 CW-2, 3, 17 to 20 CW-6 CW-15 to 16 CW-19 CW-14, 19 CW-8 to 15 CW-15, 20 to 23 CW-4 CW-6 CW-7 CW-2, 20 CW-3 to 7 CW-2, 7 to 8, 20 CW-2 CW-1 to 25 CW-9 to 16 CW-5 CW-2 to 3 CW-4 CW-20 to 22 CW-16 to 17 CW-23 to 25 CW-5 to 8 CW-3 to 4 CW-8 to 9 G8-1 to 11 G8-2 to 3 G8-5 to 9 G8-7 G8-9 G8-9 to 10, 11 G8-1 to 2 G8-3 to 5 B1:A1-1 G8-1 to 11 G8-2 to 3 G8-5 to 9 G8-7 G8-9 G8-9 to 10, 11 types of installation water care, treatment and cleaning Water flow in pipes Water mist systems pipework Water services and utilities cold water storage energy efficiency frost protection, water services hospital hot water storage and consumption hot and cold water services hot water systems Legionnaires' disease maintenance procedures, water services plant sizing guide, water services plant sizing, water services G8-1 to 2 G8-3 to 5 C4-6 to 76 E8-27 to 29 E8-29 G2-1 to 31 G2-8 to 9 G2-14 to 15 G2-29 G2-18 to 19 G2-4 to 14 G2-11 to 14 G2-14 G2-29 to 30 long-wave radiation exchanges meteorological data, sources of meteorology and climatology outside air quality overseas weather data plume emission statistics and data reduction short-wave solar radiation, theoretical estimation sol-air temperatures solar data tables solar radiation estimates and meteorological observations solar radiation, long-wave radiation and daylight summary statistics for UK sites summer and winter design sequences synoptic data, mean (UK) UK cold weather data UK data for manual design UK data for simulation UK warm weather data UK weather in the recent past UK weather regions and zones UK wind climate weather and building services engineering weather data analysis toolkit weather stations weather years wind data wind, effect on buildings wind energy (UK) wind speed, direction and external temperature (UK) wind speed, influence of height and environment on Whirlpool spas and whirlpool baths Legionnaires' disease Whole-life costs, refrigeration and heat rejection Wind data J5-46 to 53 J11-1 to 5 J3-1 to 6 J7-3 to 5 J10-1 to 33 J7-6 to 8 J3-11 to 14 J5-28 to 46 J5-53 to 58 Ja6-1 to 156 J5-2 to 28 J5-1 to 78 J3-16 to 21 J8-7 to 9 Ja5-1 to 40 J4-1 to 10 J4-1 to 38 J8-1 to 9 J4-10 to 20 J4-28 to 38 J3-14 to 15 J6-2 to 6 J3-1 to 22 J9-1 to 3 J3-15 to 16 J8-3 to 4 J6-1 to 20 J6-1 to 2 J6-6 J6-6 to 15 J6-16 to 19 TM13-26 to 28

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Wall azimuth, definition Wall ties Wall­solar azimuth angle A2-39 A3-18 J5-9, 10, 12 to 13 Wall­solar azimuth, definition A2-39 Wallclimber lifts D5-3 Walls basement A3-26 to 27 cavity A3-12 to 13, 15 to 16 masonry A3-15 to 16 thermal properties A3-59 to 60 tile-hung A3-16 to 17 timber frame A3-17 to 18 Warm air systems B1:4-12 equipment B1:5-18 to 21 controls B1:5-20 to 21 Waste management systems G4-1 to 14 capital and running costs G4-14

G2-20 to 25 G2-15 to 18, G2-20 to 25 water pressures G2-26 to 27 water supply system design G2-25 to 28 Water storage G2-4; G6-2 to 3; G8-5; G9-3 to 4, 13, 14 Water supplies corrosion G5-4 to 6, 8 fire service E9-10 to 14 irrigation G9-3 to 5 swimming pool make-up water G7-5 to 6 system design G2-25 to 28 Water temperatures and pressures, heating B1:4-4 Water treatment G6-1 to 18 chemical, swimming pools G7-10 to 14 contamination, water G6-14 to 17 potable water G6-2 to 7 potable water, distribution of G6-7 to 9 water quality G6-1 to 2 water, contamination of G6-14 to 17 water, industrial uses of G6-17 to 18 Water treatment, inviting tenders for TM13-43 Weather/climate data A2-2 to 38: A5-8, 87 parameters, software assessment A5-89 thermal comfort A1-10 Weather and building services engineering J3-1 to 22 Weather data analysis toolkit J9-1 to 3 Weather data, overseas J10-1 to 33 Weather stations J3-15 to 16 Weather years J8-3 to 4 Weather, solar and illuminance data algorithms, solar data Ja4-1 to 9 air pollution J7-1 to 10 air pollution and meteorological data J7-6 air quality J7-8 to 10 Beaufort scale of wind speed J6-19 to 20 climate change J3-7 to 11 dates, times, symbols and other conventions J2-1 to 2 degree-days and degree-hours J4-21 to 28 design summer years J8-4 to 6 hourly weather data J8-1 to 2 illuminance and daylight availability J5-58 to 78

B4-8, 14 A2-59 to 68; J6-1 to 20 sources of J6-1 Wind, effect on buildings J6-1 to 2 Wind energy, availability (UK) J6-6 A4-4 to 5, 6, 7, 8 Wind pressure Wind shielding factor A3-24 to 25 Wind speed, direction and external temperature (UK) J6-6 to 15 Wind speeds Beaufort scale influence of height and environment J6-16 to 19 data A2-14 to 26, 60 to 65 height and environment A2-66 to 68 low temperature coincidence A2-4 Window LG10-88 components LG10-13 to 14, 44 to 60 design process LG10-6 to 15 frames LG10-57 to 58, 71, 83 furniture and fittings LG10-58 to 59 head height LG10-2, 6, 15, 16, 17 to 20, 40

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installation opening area patterns position shape size Window design, and daylighting Window design, mixed mode ventilation Windows airflow characteristics and design process cooling loads discomfort zones radiant temperature asymmetry role of thermal properties thermal resistance networks thermal transmittance Windows and rooflights size, shape and position Winter design conditions Winter design temperatures LG10-43 to 44 LG10-42, 43 LG10-40 LG10-11 to 13, 38 to 41, 43 LG10-38, 42 LG10-11 to 13, 30 to 34, 38 to 41, 42 LG10-1 to 89 AM13-58 to 60 A4-3 LG10-6 to 11 A5-22 A1-13 A1-12 to 13 LG10-1 to 15 A5-6 to 7 A5-81, 82, 83 A3-27 to 31, 32 LG10-29 to 44 A5-7 to 8 A1-2 to 5; A2-2, 14 to 16 A5-8 A2-3; A3-39

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Winter humidification Winter temperatures Witnessing compliance, commissioning CM-9 to 10 Wobbe number C5-8 to 9 Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations TM20-13, 15 to 22, 34 World-wide design conditions heating and wind design A2-14 to 26 cooling and dehumidification design A2-27 to 38

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Y-value data definition plant operation A3-59 to 63 A3-33; A5-4, 13 to 14 A5-31 to 32

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Zonal airflow model Zone model, smoke filling Zones and zoning, lifts Zoning, fire alarms A4-13 to 14; 5-36 TM19-9 D3-7, 13 to 17, 4-2, 9-2 to 3 E6-3 to 4

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Corrections to CIBSE publications

The following corrigenda have been published by CIBSE. Page 3-20: equation 3.31 should read as follows: 2 g Uf = -------- loge [( Lf / def) + 1)] Lf + def Page 3-20: equation 3.32 should read as follows: Uf = g / (0.457 Lf + def) Page 3-24: right hand column, first paragraph should read as follows: Uf may be determined ..... both sides of the 2 ­1 floor as 0.17 m ·K·W . Page 3-37: equation 3.52 should read: 1 -2 1 1 1 -1 -- = -- + -- + -- E A1 A1 A1 1 A2 2 Page 3-38: equation 3.62 should read: 1 Rse = ­­­­ Ehr + hc Pages 3-55 and 3-56: Tables 3.48, 3.49, 3.50 and 3.51: units for vapour resistivity ­1 ­1 should read: (MN·s·g ·m ) Page 4-11: Table 4.12(c): lower equation should read as follows: 0.5 Qt = Qw for (v /t) > 0.26 (Ab/ Aw) (ha/Cp) Page 5-61: section 5.A2.2: add symbol definition: f Decrement factor Guide C Amendments to the 2001 edition: Page 1-6: Figure 1.3: units for moisture ­1 ­1 content should read `kg·kg , not `kJ·kg . Page 4-2: equation 4.2: divisor on right hand side should be ` ' (kinematic viscosity), not `v ' (specific volume) Page 4-4: foot of left hand column: third estimate should read `0.02073', not `0.2073'.

CIBSE Guides

Guide A Amendments to 1999 edition: Page 1-38: equation 1.14: last line should read: ­ (t r + 273)4] ­ [fcl hc (tcl ­ tai)]} (1.14) Page 1-38: equation 1.15: second line should read: ×fcl [(tcl + 273)4 ­ (tr + 273)4] + fcl hc (tcl ­ tai)} Page 1-39: Appendix 1.A1: last 6 lines of computer program incorrectly numbered; line numbers should read: 540, 550, 560, 570, 580, 590 Line 530 should read as follows: 530 GOTO 550 Line 560 (incorrectly numbered as 540) should read as follows: 560 PRINT "Predicted mean vote (PMV):";:PRINT USING "##.#";PMV Page 2-56: Table 2.28(i): wrong data in table; corrigendum slip available from CIBSE Pages 2-52 to 2-57: Table 2.28: dates at top of each table should read: (a) January 29; (b) February 26; (c) March 29; (d) April 28; (e) May 29; (f) June 21; (g) July 4; (h) August 4; (i) September 4; (j) October 4; (k) November 4; (l) December 4 Page 2-59: example following equation 2.3 should read as follows: For v = 5 m·s­1, equation 2.2 gives f(v) = 0.130, i.e. the wind speed will be between 4.5 and 5.5 m·s­1 for 13% of the time.

Page 4-78: equation 4.20: equation should read: l c 2 p=­­­­­­­ 2d h Page 4-92 Table 4.47(c): heading for column 1 should read `d1 / dc' Page 4-96 Table 4.60: heading for column 6 should read `1.5' Page 4-96 Table 4.62: table caption should read `Values of C2 , and C3' Page 4-82 Equation 4.24: numerical factor on top line should read `3.032', not `30.32' Pages 4-83 to 4-85 Table 4.43: units for / l should read `kPa1.929·m­1 ' Page 4-108 Text following Table 4.109: first sentence should read `Idelchik ... as for sections 4.10.3.21 and 4.10.5.12.' Page 4-110 Table 4.122: table caption should read `Values of C 2 for circular gooseneck'

Lighting Guide 6

Please amend the definition of "maintenance factor" to read: Maintenance factor The ratio of the maintenance illuminance to the initial illuminance. Maintenance factor is also known as light loss factor.

Building Services OPUS 2004

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