The authors' reply to the discussions on “Engineering principles applied to the design of domestic water-heating installations of the solid-fuel/electric type”

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Inspec keywords: heating elements; electric heating

Subjects: Electric heating


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      • (1947) , The Prevention of Waste, Undue Consumption. Misuse and Contamination of Water.
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      • Ministry of Health and Ministry of Works, `Housing Manual', 1944, Technical Appendices.
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      • Post-War Building Studies, No. 4, “Plumbing”; No. 9, “Mechanical Installations”; No. 10, “Solid-Fuel Installations”; No. 11, “Electrical Installations”; No. 19, “Heating and Ventilation of Dwellings.”.
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      • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, “Water Pollution Research”; Technical Paper No. 1, “Water Softening; The Base-Exchange or Zeolite Process” (Summary of existing knowledge)..
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      • `British Standard Specifications', No. 99, , Copper Alloy Pipe Fittings; No. 143, Malleable Cast-Iron and Cast-Copper-Alloy Pipe Fittings; No. 417, Galvanized Mild-Steel Tanks and Cylinders; No. 476, Definitions for Fire Resistance, Incombustibility, etc. (Thermal Insulation); No. 602, Lead Pipes for Other Than Chemical Purposes; No. 659, Light-Gauge Copper Tubes; No. 699, Copper Cylinders for Domestic Purpose; No. 758, Part 1, Domestic Hot-Water Supply Boilers Burning Solid Fuel; No. 759, Valves, Gauges and Similar Fittings for Land-Boiler Installations; No. 779, Cast-Iron Boilers for Central Heating and Hot-Water Supply; No. 780, Riveted Steel Boilers for Hot-Water Central Heating and Hot-Water Supply; No. 788, Wrought-Iron Tubes and Tubulars; No. 843, Thermostatically-Controlled Thermal-Storage Electric Water-Heaters with Copper Containers, 1½–100 gal capacity; No. 853, Calorifiers; No. 855, Welded Steel Boilers for Hot-Water Central Heating and Hot-Water Supply; No. 864, Capillary Fittings and Compression Fittings for Copper Pipes; No. 874, Definitions of Heat Insulation Terms, etc.; No. 1010, Water Taps, Bib, Pillar, Globe and Stop; No. 1183, Space Required for Domestic Electrical Appliances; No. 1195, Kitchen Fitments and Equipment; No. 1304, Ready-To-Fit Thermal Insulating Materials; No. 1334, Pre-Formed Thermal Insulating Materials for Central Heating and Hot- and Cold-Water Supply Installations; No. 1339, Humidity of the Air—Definitions, Formulae and Constants (For use in connection with the consideration of the functions of airing and of drying cupboards); No. 1387, 1947, Steel Tubes and Tubulars. In preparation: Thermostats for Electrically-Heated Domestic Hot-Water Supply (A.C. only); Electric Immersion Heaters (Including Combined Immersion Heater and Thermostat Units for A.C. only); Indirect Cylinders, Galvanized Mild-Steel and Copper, Annular or Saddle-Back Type (Water-to-Water)..
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      • `Draft of British Standard Code of Practice', 3rd Proof Code of Practice (B) 502, , issued by the, Chapter VII, Services; 2nd Proof Code of Practice (B) 526 Centralized Domestic Hot-Water Service; Code of Practice for Electrical Water-Heating..
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      • The Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, `Pipe-Sizing Data and Tables for Ducts', .
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      • (1943) , Minimum Specification for the Installation of Cold- and Hot-Water Services, with an Appendix on Pipe Sizing.
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      • A.J.R. Walter . Modern Methods of Water Treatment. Proceedings of The Institution of Mechanical Engineers
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