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ERIC Number: ED032709
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 20
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All-Electric Concepts for Architecture. NECA Electrical Design Guidelines.
National Electrical Contractors Association, Washington, DC.
In this monograph dealing with the suitability of electrically powered systems to emerging architectural trends, emphasis is upon the relationship of mechanical systems to overall building design. Topics discussed are--(1) All Electric Systems are Right for the Times, (2) Electric Systems Enlarge Freedom of Design, (3) Approaching the Question: All-electric or Not? (4) Heat Conservation in a Circular School, (5) Control by Each Tenant, Any Time at All, (6) Lighting Heat Trapped for Re-use at Windows, (7) Environmental Control with Minimum Intrusion, (8) Space Savings at Marina City, (9) Glossary of Electric-environmental Terms, (10) System-types Available for Environmental Control, and (11) Choosing a System to Suit Design Requirements. (RH)
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Authoring Institution: National Electrical Contractors Association, Washington, DC.
Note: The first in a series of monographs on electric environmental control.