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Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 1 Constant air volume -- -- (CAV) 2 Variable air volume -- -- (VAV) 3 Constant air volume Heat recovery (thermal -- (CAV) wheel) 4 Variable air volume Heat recovery (thermal -- (VAV) wheel) 5 Constant air volume Economizer -- (CAV) 6 Variable air volume Economizer -- (VAV) 7 Constant air volume -- Reheat (CAV) coil 8 Variable air volume -- Reheat (VAV) coil 9 Constant air volume Heat recovery (thermal Reheat (CAV) wheel) coil 10 Variable air volume Heat recovery (thermal Reheat (VAV) wheel) coil 11 Constant air volume Economizer Reheat (CAV) coil 12 Variable air volume Economizer Reheat (VAV) coil It is assumed that all primary systems are installed in a plant room close to the building and each floor has a separate air- handling unit.
The retro-commissioning project took place in the ARIA Building at CSTB where none of the three constant air volume air-handling units had been previously commissioned.
The solution--implemented at a Walkers Snack Food plant in Swansea--extracts and filters a constant air volume regardless of the number of blowers in use.
2008), where they analyzed 4 air handling units, single-duct constant air volume with terminal reheat (CVRH), dual-duct constant air volume (DDCV), single-duct variable air volume (SDVAV) and dual-duct variable air volume (DDVAV).
Thus, the air handling units were operated as constant air volume systems.
INTRODUCTION Many constant air volume (CAV) systems were installed in the 1950s and 1960s.