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1 Introduction
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Introduction

Abbreviations and Definition

Understanding by Diagram

3.1
3.2
3.3

Example____________________________________________________________________________
Discussion___________________________________________________________________________
In Air Conditioning System______________________________________________________________

Understanding Air Conditining

4.1
4.2
4.3

Example____________________________________________________________________________
Discussion___________________________________________________________________________
In Air Conditioning System______________________________________________________________

5
5.1
5.2
5.3

What is Air Conditioning


System?
Type of Heats

General_____________________________________________________________________________
Local Environment Conditions___________________________________________________________
Available Electric Power Supply__________________________________________________________

Tonnage of Refrigeration

6.1
6.2
6.3

General_____________________________________________________________________________
Local Environment Conditions___________________________________________________________
Available Electric Power Supply__________________________________________________________

Unit Conversion

7.1
7.2
7.3

General_____________________________________________________________________________
Local Environment Conditions___________________________________________________________
Available Electric Power Supply__________________________________________________________

If ambient temperature goes high, we feel uncomfortable. If ambient temperature gose down, then also we
feel uncomfortable. If relative humidity goes high, we feel bad. If relative humidity gose down, then also
we feel bad.
If air is polluted, we face health problem.

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Basically, we have some specific comfort conditions. If we go below or above that conditions, we feel
uncomfortable.
Air conditioning fulfils that requirements. That means, with the help of air conditioning system, we can
control the temperature, relative humidity as per the specified comfortable conditions.
Hence, Air Conditioning System is a process which cools (or heats), cleans, freshens and circulates air
and also control its moisture content simultaneously.

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4.2

Example4.3

2
3
4

Discussion4.4

In Air Conditioning System

Abbreviations
Purpose
Understanding
Of Airand
Conditioning
by Diagram
Definition

4.1
HVAC

Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning

TR

Tonnage of Refrigeration

The followings are the purpose of air conditioning system:

Cools to reduce the temperature when air is too hot


Heats to increase the temperature when air is too cold
Controls moisture content
Freshens to reduce the contaminants present in the air
Proper circulation of air

If you keep liquid sprit on your palm, wait for a second, you feel that your hand is gradually becoming
cooled.
How the cooling is happening? Sprit evaporates at atmospheric temperature and atmospheric pressure.
For evaporation, heat is required. This heat is coming from hand. There is only phase change from liquid
to vapour. So, sprit is taking heat from hand and hand is becoming cooled.
The Vendor shall supply complete, assembled and tested entire HVAC package including, but not
necessarily be limited to, the components and services defined below (detailed in this specification, on the
attached data sheets, summary sheets, drawings) unless otherwise specified. HVAC packages shall be
provided for three Sub-Station Buildings as indicated in the clause no. 1. Each package shall consist of
the followings:

The start-up spares, commissioning spares and two years operation & maintenance spares for HVAC
package for each Sub-Station Building shall be as follows:
a.

Start-up and commissioning spares to be included in base offer. List shall be provided with bid

b.

Two (2) years operational spares with itemized list, to be provided along with the bid.

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5.2

Example5.3

5
6

Discussion5.4

In Air Conditioning System6.2

Understanding
Type
of Heats Air Conditining

5.1
6.1
The Vendor shall advise on the requirement of spare parts and shall state the lead times and costs in the
offer.

If you keep liquid sprit on your palm, wait for a second, you feel that your hand is gradually becoming
cooled.
How the cooling is happening? Sprit evaporates at atmospheric temperature and atmospheric pressure.
For evaporation, heat is required. This heat is coming from hand. There is only phase change from liquid
to vapour. So, sprit is taking heat from hand and hand is becoming cooled.
The Vendor shall supply complete, assembled and tested entire HVAC package including, but not
necessarily be limited to, the components and services defined below (detailed in this specification, on the
attached data sheets, summary sheets, drawings) unless otherwise specified. HVAC packages shall be
provided for three Sub-Station Buildings as indicated in the clause no. 1. Each package shall consist of
the followings:

The start-up spares, commissioning spares and two years operation & maintenance spares for HVAC
package for each Sub-Station Building shall be as follows:
c.

Start-up and commissioning spares to be included in base offer. List shall be provided with bid

d.

Two (2) years operational spares with itemized list, to be provided along with the bid.

The Vendor shall advise on the requirement of spare parts and shall state the lead times and costs in the
offer.

The equipment supplied shall be suitable for safe area.

1.1

General

Sensible Heat

The equipment shall be suitable for installation in an outdoor, unsheltered location subject to high solar
radiation and sand storms / drifting sand.
Refer Appendix D for Local environment conditions of Wadilatham and Safah.

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7.2

General8.2

7
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General

Tonnage
Unit
Conversion
of Refrigeration

7.1
8.1
1.2

Latent Heat

The following data is provided for design purposes and shall be considered at the interface point of the
HVAC packages.
Rated voltages

: 415V (5%) 3 phase, solidly earthed, 63 kA/1 sec

Rated frequency

: 50 Hz (2%)

Power Supply for control panels : 240Vac (5%), single phase Non UPS derived from 415V distribution
board / MCC included in panel
The equipment supplied shall be suitable for safe area.

1.3

Defination

The equipment shall be suitable for installation in an outdoor, unsheltered location subject to high solar
radiation and sand storms / drifting sand.
Refer Appendix D for Local environment conditions of Wadilatham and Safah.

1.4

Available Electric Power Supply

The following data is provided for design purposes and shall be considered at the interface point of the
HVAC packages.
Rated voltages

: 415V (5%) 3 phase, solidly earthed, 63 kA/1 sec

Rated frequency

: 50 Hz (2%)

Power Supply for control panels : 240Vac (5%), single phase Non UPS derived from 415V distribution
board / MCC included in panel

The equipment supplied shall be suitable for safe area.

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1.5

Local Environment Conditions

The equipment shall be suitable for installation in an outdoor, unsheltered location subject to high solar
radiation and sand storms / drifting sand.
Refer Appendix D for Local environment conditions of Wadilatham and Safah.

1.6

Available Electric Power Supply

The following data is provided for design purposes and shall be considered at the interface point of the
HVAC packages.
Rated voltages

: 415V (5%) 3 phase, solidly earthed, 63 kA/1 sec

Rated frequency

: 50 Hz (2%)

Power Supply for control panels : 240Vac (5%), single phase Non UPS derived from 415V distribution
board / MCC included in panel

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