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The Heating and Ventilation of the New Civic Centre Building at Birmingham

This paper has been written not as a detailed technical description of the design and planning of thc plant in question, but to give a general description of the apparatus installed in the building for the purpose of heating and ventilation. The reasons for adopting the various systems are given together with some details of design, and a few of the more interesting facts which have come to light through the experience of three years of operation. A.V. Blake

Author(s): Blake, A V