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eBook Manual J Residential Load Calculation (8th Edition - Full) ePub

by Hank Rutkowski

  • ISBN: 1892765357
  • Category: Home Improvement and Design
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Hank Rutkowski
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Air Conditioning Contractors of America; 8th Edition Full - 2.50 edition (January 1, 2016)
  • Pages: 628
  • ePub book: 1209 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1772 kb
  • Other: mobi txt lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 218

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ACCA Manual J - Residential Load Calculation. Duct Quick Sizing Sheet. Manual J Explanation. The outdoor design conditions shall be equal to the values in Table 1A (exactly), unless superseded by code.

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This is a brand new book at a great price. Author Hank Rutkowski. Publication Year 2001. Publisher Air Conditioning Contractors of America.

Author Rutkowski, Hank. ISBN13: 9781892765352.

Manual J applies only to single-family detached dwellings, low-rise condominiums, and town houses

Manual J applies only to single-family detached dwellings, low-rise condominiums, and town houses. Mechanical equipment selection is done with the aid of the ACCA Manual S-Residential Equipment Selection (Manual S) (Rutkowski 1995). The ductwork to convey the proper amount of conditioned air to meet the load requirements of the space can be designed with the aid of the ACCA Manual D-Residential Duct Systems (Manual D) (Rutkowski 2009).

ISBN 13: 9781892765352. The manual provides quick supplemental details as well as supporting reference tables and appendices.

tool for performing residential load calculations. Manual J to accurately perform a. load calculation.

has been the industry’s leading reference. tool for performing residential load calculations. W. This manual is designed. to be short on words and simple.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This manual is Manual J8 was developed to provide two methods of calculating residential loads: average 24 Feb 2014 How familiar are you with the concept of calculating loads using Manual J? A. Very familiar – I could do that with my eyes closed.

Manual J 8th Edition is the national ANSI-recognized standard for producing HVAC equipment sizing loads for single-family detached homes, small multi-unit structures, condominiums, town houses, and manufactured homes. The manual provides quick supplemental details as well as supporting reference tables and appendices. A proper load calculation, performed in accordance with the Manual J 8th Edition procedure, is required by national building codes and most state and local jurisdictions.

Comments

Aiata Aiata
I was worried about what version I was ordering. The pictures shows Eighth Edition. The title says Eighth Edition Version 2.5. Didn't want to pay $150 for a book that was already outdated. The book from @ Home Prep Books and Training is Version 2.5. ISBN # 978-1-892765-25-3.

As far as content, it seems to unlock the how-to for a Manual J calculation - which is what I wanted. Helped me figure out software I had purchased has errors regarding windows and infiltration.
salivan salivan
I was able to use the Manual J spreadsheet provided by ACCA and easily produced a heat loss/gain for my house.
Darkraven Darkraven
Very technical. Also wrote in a very confusing manner. I ended up buying j load software and returning the book. I also can not understand why no used j load manuals are for sale?
Monin Monin
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Samulkis Samulkis
Best pricing.
lucky kitten lucky kitten
Exact Code book for great price.
Jogrnd Jogrnd
This book has everything needed to do a manual J. I have no AC experience, especially for calculating size of system and air flow into each room, but by reading through this book and working with a spreadsheet, I was able to adequately perform a Manual J analysis sufficient to determine that my AC system is working properly, is sized properly, and the air flow in most of the rooms in the house is sufficient.

The calculations using a spreadsheet allowed me to vary factors such as max design temperatures to show me why my system was not cooling as I thought is should in 98 F temperatures. I was also able to play with different levels of insulation in the attic to see what the best R value is for the money. It is easy to see the diminshing return on investment as the R value gets sufficiently high.

What I did not care for in this book is the way it is organized. There are a number of things that are repeated over and over, chapter to chapter that are relatively easy to grasp, and then some very important items are mentioned once or twice and somewhat hidden. Also, nomenclature is not deffined very well and used in some cases without prior definition as far as I can remember. The book could be reduced many pages and be easier to follow if a lot of the simple redundancy is removed, and important items are presented more often and clearly.
This is a very technical book that is best avoided by the DIYer. It is designed for HVAC professionals and those planning on entering the trade.

I would also recommend it for general contractors and architects that need to know something about working with and around HVAC. Its easier for a contractor to coordinate HVAC and plumbing if the needs of both trades are understood (at least a little).