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Kittler, R. 1983. Indoor natatorium design and energy recycling. ASHRAE Transactions 95(1):521-26. W. G. Löf. 1993. Energy requirements and potential savings for heated indoor swimming pools. , ed. 1990. Pool/spa operators handbook. National Swimming Pool Foundation, Merrick, NY. CHAPTER 5 HOTELS, MOTELS, AND DORMITORIES Load Characteristics ...................................................................................................................... Design Concepts and Criteria ........................................................................................................

Kitchens, whether integrated with or separate from residential quarters, have the potential for high appliance loads, odor generation, and large exhaust requirements. 5. Rooms generally have an exterior exposure, kitchens, toilets, and dressing rooms may not. The building as a whole usually has multiple exposures, as may many individual dwelling units. 6. Toilet, washing, and bathing facilities are almost always incorporated in the dwelling units. Exhaust air is usually incorporated in each toilet area.

Arenas and stadiums are not only used for sporting events such as basketball, ice hockey, boxing, and track meets but may also house circuses; rodeos; convocations; social affairs; meetings; rock concerts; car, cycle, and truck events; and special exhibitions such as home, industrial, animal, or sports shows. For multipurpose operations, the designer must provide systems having a high degree of flexibility. High-volume ventilation may be satisfactory in many instances, depending on load characteristics and outside air conditions.

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