Advanced Variable Air Volume System Design Guide

Report / January 26, 2010 / Advanced Buildings, Deep Energy Retrofits

The Advanced Variable Air Volume (VAV) System Design Guide (Design Guide) is written for Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) designers and focuses on built-up VAV systems in multi-story commercial office buildings in California. The Design Guide recommendations include best practices for airside system design, covering fans, air handlers, ducts, terminal units, diffusers, and controls, with emphasis on getting the air distribution system components to work together in an integrated fashion.

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The Advanced Variable Air Volume (VAV) System Design Guide (Design Guide) is written for Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) designers and focuses on built-up VAV systems in multi-story commercial office buildings in California. The Design Guide recommendations include best practices for airside system design, covering fans, air handlers, ducts, terminal units, diffusers, and controls, with emphasis on getting the air distribution system components to work together in an integrated fashion.