Heating a home has always been and still is a basic human requirement. This requirement enables us to live and work in locations with low temperature. In the beginning the solutions were simple. An open fire on the floor of a tent or a simple hut, made it possible to survive in a hostile environment. As civilisation developed there was migration from the countryside to the towns and cities and into bigger and bigger houses, creating a requirement for more elborate heating systems. This requirement stimulated technical development, but also created a problem, namely the use of a finite resource (fossil fuels) with the resulting pollutions from the burned fuels.
Danfoss has released this great heating book in 9 chapters which are available on this page.
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|Danfoss - The Heating Book: 8 steps to control of heating systems|
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|2||.Part 2-Control of heating systems used in Western Europe||en||20||Download|
|3||.Part 3-Secondary systems used in Europe||en||21||Download|
|4||.Part 4-Evaluation of systems and products||en||42||Download|
|5||.Part 5-Instructions for designing district heating systems||en||24||Download|
|6||.Part 6-Instructions for designing heating systems||en||26||Download|
|7||.Part 7-How to select size of products and components||en||22||Download|
|8||.Part 8-Technical data, formulas and charts||en||25||Download|
|9||.Formulas – for the calculation and dimensioning of|