Rooftop variable-air-volume (VAV) systems are used to provide comfort in a wide range of building types and climates.
This ENL discusses HVAC system design and operating strategies that can save energy in these systems.
- Explain the basic concepts of a rooftop VAV system, including the basic components, its advantages and
disadvantages, and minimum code requirements.
- Summarize cost-effective strategies to reduce the energy used by rooftop VAV systems.
- Explain how to analyze the economic benefit of various energy-savings strategies.
- Summarize system-level control strategies that improve the performance and flexibility of rooftop VAV systems.
Includes presentation slides, presenter biographies, outline and bibliography.
Assessment is required by USGBC and AIA.
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