In the preparation of preparing to undertake the assesments necessary to analyze a geothermal implimentation of the Gaige Building, the following resources helped to understand how to performan the analysis. Also, the following resources helped to determine how succes could be measured for the system. As well, resources for the acoustics and contruction breadths for this thesis are provided as well.
1. ANSI/ASHRAE. (2010). Standard 62.1-2007, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality. Atlanta, GA: American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.
3. ANSI S12.60. (2010). Standard S12.60, Standard for Classroom Acoustics. Melville, NY: Acoustical Society of America.
6. EIA. (2012). Pennsylvania Energy Fact Sheet. Washington, DC: United States Energy Information Administration
Acoustics Breadth Resources
11. ASTM. (2011). Standard E336-11, Standard Test Method for Measurement of Airborne Sound Attenuation between Rooms in Buildings. West Conshohocken, PA: American Society for Testing and Materials.
12. Odeon. (2011). User Manual. Doplomvej, Denmark. Odeon A/S
13. Odeon Video Tutorials. (2013). Doplomvej, Denmark. odeon A/S http://www.odeon.dk/general-acoustic-simulation
14. ASTM/ASA. (2010). ANIS Standard S12.60 on Classroom Acosutics. American National Standards Institute and the Acosutical Society of America. Washington, DC
Construction Breadth Resources
15. R.S. Means. (2014). Building Construction Costs Data. Norwell, MA: Reeds Construction Data, Means.16. R.S. Means. (2014). Mechanical Costs Data. Norwell, MA: Reeds Construction Data, Means
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