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District heating guide, ASHRAE ; contributors, Gary Phetteplace (principal investigator) [and others]

Label
District heating guide
Title
District heating guide
Statement of responsibility
ASHRAE ; contributors, Gary Phetteplace (principal investigator) [and others]
Contributor
Author
Contributor
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Guidance for district heating system planning, design, operation, and maintenance for inexperienced designers and complete reference for those immersed in district heating industry; includes terminology for district heating"--
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Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
B24X7
Dewey number
697/.03
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
English
LC call number
TH7641
LC item number
.D4724 2013eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Phetteplace, Gary E
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Heating from central stations
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
  • Heating from central stations
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Engineering & Applied Sciences
  • Civil Engineering
Label
District heating guide, ASHRAE ; contributors, Gary Phetteplace (principal investigator) [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "RP-1267."
  • Title from title screen
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
other
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction -- Purpose and Scope -- District Heating Background -- Applicability -- Components -- Benefits -- Environmental Benefits -- Economic Benefits -- Initial Capital Investment -- Concept Planning -- Design -- Construction -- Consumer Interconnection -- Typical Applications -- References -- ch. 2 Planning and System Selection -- Planning Overview -- Establish and Clarify the Owner's Scope -- Development of the Database -- Sources of Data for Existing Systems -- Heating Load -- Demand Diversity -- Heat Load Density and Piping Costs -- Alternative Development -- Codes and Standards -- Local and Institutional Constraints -- Choice of Heating Medium -- Integrated Processes -- Central Plant Siting -- Heat Distribution Systems -- Construction Considerations and Cost -- Consumer Interconnection -- Energy Costs -- Operation and Maintenance Costs -- Economic Analysis and User Rates -- Master Planning Conclusions
  • Note continued: Alternative Development for Heat Supply -- Methods of Heat Generation -- Conventional Heat-Only Boiler Plants -- District Heat Supply from Cogeneration Steam-Turbine-Based Stations -- Retrofit of Single-Purpose Electric Generating Steam Turbine to District Heat Supply -- Overview -- Configuration and Control of Steam Turbine Retrofits for District Heating -- Cycle Efficiencies -- Examples of Power Plants Retrofitted to Cogeneration -- District Heating/Cogeneration from Stationary Gas Turbines -- Reciprocating-Engine-Based Cogeneration/District Heating Systems -- Large Heat Pumps -- Integration of Heating, Cooling, and Electric Generation -- Centralized Chilled-Water Generation by Thermal Energy -- Centralized Chilled-Water Generation by Electric Energy -- Decentralized Chilled-Water Generation by Thermal Energy -- Geothermal District Heating -- Direct Use -- U.S. Experience -- European Experience -- References -- Bibliography
  • Note continued: ch. 3 Central Plant Design for Steam and Hot Water -- Introduction -- Higher Thermal Efficiency -- Use of Multiple Fuels -- Environmental Benefits -- Operating Personnel -- Insurance -- Usable Space -- Equipment Maintenance -- Use of Cogeneration -- Central Plant Advantages -- Central Plant Disadvantages -- Heating Loads -- Central Plant Heating Medium -- Heat Capacity -- Pipe Sizes -- Condensate Return System -- Pressure and Temperature Requirements -- Boilers Pressure and Temperature -- Construction Materials -- Selection Parameters -- Efficiency -- Combustion Efficiency -- Overall (or Thermal) Efficiency -- Seasonal Efficiency -- Performance Codes and Standards -- Commercial Heating Boilers -- Central Plant Design for Steam -- Typical System Arrangements -- Selection Criteria -- Construction Cost Estimate -- Feasibility Analysis -- Environmental Regulations -- Water Supply -- Site Development -- Plant Access -- Plant Structures
  • Note continued: Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) Systems -- Drainage -- Plant Safety -- Central Plant Security -- Steam Generators -- Boiler Design and Type -- Boiler Construction Options -- Available Fuels -- Combustion Technology Selection -- Burners -- Boiler Control -- Primary Air -- Economizer -- Water Treatment and Makeup -- Sound and Vibration -- Seismic Issues -- Breeching -- Plant Stack -- Fuel Train -- Oil Supply System -- Piping -- Combustion Air -- Maintenance and Operation -- Commissioning -- Central Plant Design for Medium- and High-Temperature Water -- Introduction -- HTW Plant Arrangement -- Basic System -- Design Considerations -- Direct-Fired HTW Generators -- Direct-Contact Heaters (Cascades) -- System Circulating Pumps -- Controls -- Water Treatment -- Heat Storage -- Safety Considerations -- Other Design Considerations -- Central Plant Design for Low-Temperature Water -- Typical System Arrangements -- Energy Sources
  • Note continued: System Temperatures -- Heat Exchangers -- Thermal Storage -- Auxiliaries -- Expansion Tanks and System Pressurization -- Pumping System -- Pump Curves and Water Temperature for Constant-Speed Systems -- Parallel Pumping -- Series Pumping -- Multiple-Pump Systems -- Standby Pump Provision -- Variable-Speed Pumping Application -- Pump Connections -- Flow Design Considerations -- Design Guidelines -- Makeup and Fill-Water Systems -- Other System Components -- Emission Control and Instrumentation -- Pollutants and Control Techniques -- Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) -- Sulfur Oxides (SOx) -- Carbon Monoxide (CO) -- Particulate Matter (PM) -- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)/Hydrocarbons (HCs) -- Calculation of Annual Emissions for District Heating Boilers -- Current Emission Standards -- Compliance Solutions -- Instrumentation and Controls for District Heating Plants -- General -- Instrumentation -- District Heating Plant Controls -- Boiler Controls
  • Note continued: Non-Boiler Controls -- Control Panels -- Energy Management and Control Systems -- Control Variables -- Controls for Boilers -- Boilers Supervisory Control Strategies and Optimization -- Supply Water and Supply Pressure Reset for Boilers -- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System -- References -- ch. 4 Distribution Systems -- Hydraulic Considerations -- Objectives of Hydraulic Design -- Water Hammer -- Pressure Losses -- Pipe Sizing -- Diversity of Demand -- Network Calculations -- Condensate Drainage and Return -- Distribution System Construction -- Aboveground System -- Underground Systems -- Site-Fabricated Underground Systems -- Prefabricated Conduit Systems -- Geotechnical Trenching and Backfilling -- Piping Materials and Standards -- Supply Pipes for Steam and Hot Water -- Condensate Return Pipes -- Pipe Expansion and Flexibility -- Pipe Bends and Loops -- Cold Springing of Pipe -- Computer-Aided Design
  • Note continued: Analyzing Existing Piping Configurations -- Expansion Joints and Expansion Compensating Devices -- Cathodic Protection of Direct Buried Conduits -- Sacrificial Anode Systems -- Impressed Current Systems -- Design, Maintenance, and Testing -- Leak Detection -- WSL Conduit Systems -- DDT-Type Conduit Systems -- Valve Vaults and Entry Pits -- Valve Vault Penetrations -- Ponding Water -- Crowding of Components -- High Humidity -- High Temperatures -- Deep Burial -- Freezing Conditions -- Safety and Access -- Vault Construction -- Vault Covers and Venting -- Construction of Systems without Valve Vaults -- References -- ch. 5 Consumer Interconnection -- Introduction -- Connection Types -- Direct Connection -- Indirect Connection -- Components -- Heat Exchangers -- Flow Control Devices -- Instrumentation -- Controller -- Pressure Control Devices -- Heating Connections -- Steam Connections -- Hot-Water Connections -- Building Conversion to District Heating
  • Note continued: Temperature Differential Control -- Metering -- References -- ch. 6 Heat Transfer Calculations for Piping Systems -- Thermal Design Conditions -- Soil Thermal Properties -- Soil Thermal Conductivity -- Temperature Effects on Soil Thermal Conductivity and Frost Depth -- Specific Heat of Soils -- Undisturbed Soil Temperatures -- Heat Transfer at Ground Surface -- Insulation Types and Thermal Properties -- Steady-State Heat Loss/Heat Gain Calculations for Systems -- Single Buried Uninsulated Pipe -- Single Buried Insulated Pipe -- Single Buried Pipe in Conduit with Air Space -- Single Buried Pipe with Composite Insulation -- Two Pipes Buried in Common Conduit with Air Space -- Two Buried Pipes or Conduits -- Pipes in Buried Trenches or Tunnels -- Pipes in Shallow Trenches -- Pipes in Loose Fill Insulation -- Buried Pipes with Other Geometries -- Pipes in Air -- Economical Thickness for Pipe Insulation
  • Note continued: Calculating Temperatures of System Components and Surrounding Soil Temperatures -- Line Source of Heat -- Spherical Source of Heat -- Superposition -- Spherical Heat Leak -- Spherical Heat Leak with Superimposed Parallel Line Source of Heat -- Thermal Impacts on Utilities Adjacent to Buried Heat Distribution Systems -- References -- ch. 7 Thermal Storage -- Introduction -- What is Thermal Storage? -- The Purpose of the Thermal Storage -- How Thermal Storage Works -- Benefits -- CHP Plants -- Heat Production Optimization -- Operation -- Principles of Operation -- Storage Tank Monitoring -- Charging -- Directly Connected Heat Storage -- Discharging -- Directly Connected Heat Storage -- Charging/Discharging -- Pressurized and Decentralized Tank -- Water Quality -- Specific Design Issues -- Temperature -- Pressure -- Sizing -- Regulatory Requirements (Europe) -- Economics -- Net Present Value -- Seasonal Thermal Storage -- Examples of Thermal Storage
  • Note continued: Denmark -- Other Countries -- References -- Bibliography -- ch. 8 Operation and Maintenance -- Introduction -- Workplace Safety -- Requirements -- Hazards -- System Security -- System Operation -- Water Treatment and Filtration -- Corrosion -- Corrosion Protection and Preventive Measures -- White Rust on Galvanized Steel Cooling Towers -- Scale Control -- Nonchemical Methods -- External Treatments -- Biological Growth Control -- Control Measures -- Legionnaires' Disease -- Suspended Solids and Depositation Control -- Mechanical Filtration -- Selection of Water Treatment Method -- Once Through Systems (Seawater or Surface-Water Cooling) -- Open Recirculating Systems (Cooling Towers) -- Closed Recirculating Systems (District Heating Distribution Systems) -- Medium- and High-Temperature Hot-Water Systems -- European Practice in Closed Distribution Systems -- Steam Systems -- Steam Distribution and Condensate Collection Systems -- Maintenance
  • Note continued: CMMS Functionality -- References -- Appendix A 96-Hour Boiling Water Test -- Tests of Complete System -- Apparatus and Specimens for Other than Wet Poured Systems -- Test Procedure for Other than Wet Poured Systems -- Appendix B Climatic Constants -- Equations -- Reference -- Appendix C Case Studies -- Case Study A District Energy/CHP System In Jamestown, New York -- Introduction -- System Description -- Central Energy Plant -- Transmission and Distribution Network -- Buildings -- Retrofitting Electrically Heated Buildings to Hot Water -- System Development -- Phased Implementation Philosophy -- Marketing -- Ownership -- System Economics -- Rates -- Financing -- System Benefits -- Customer Savings -- Environmental Advantages -- Demand-Side Management Application -- Future Expansion -- District Cooling System -- Conclusion -- References -- Case Study B Crotched Mountain Biomass District Heating System -- Introduction
  • Note continued: Background on the Crotched Mountain Facility -- Details of the Retrofit -- Fuel -- Central Plant -- Distribution System -- Building Interconnection and Loads -- Operational Experience -- Economic Benefits to the User -- Environmental Benefits -- Societal Benefits -- Contact Information -- References -- Case Study C District Heating Conversion From Steam To Hot Water At The Savannah Regional Hospital -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Original System Description -- System Problems -- Replacement Options -- Construction Program -- Revised Central Plant Requirements -- Energy Use Evaluation
Control code
867877509
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781680153231
Lccn
2013012052
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867877509
Label
District heating guide, ASHRAE ; contributors, Gary Phetteplace (principal investigator) [and others]
Publication
Note
  • "RP-1267."
  • Title from title screen
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
other
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction -- Purpose and Scope -- District Heating Background -- Applicability -- Components -- Benefits -- Environmental Benefits -- Economic Benefits -- Initial Capital Investment -- Concept Planning -- Design -- Construction -- Consumer Interconnection -- Typical Applications -- References -- ch. 2 Planning and System Selection -- Planning Overview -- Establish and Clarify the Owner's Scope -- Development of the Database -- Sources of Data for Existing Systems -- Heating Load -- Demand Diversity -- Heat Load Density and Piping Costs -- Alternative Development -- Codes and Standards -- Local and Institutional Constraints -- Choice of Heating Medium -- Integrated Processes -- Central Plant Siting -- Heat Distribution Systems -- Construction Considerations and Cost -- Consumer Interconnection -- Energy Costs -- Operation and Maintenance Costs -- Economic Analysis and User Rates -- Master Planning Conclusions
  • Note continued: Alternative Development for Heat Supply -- Methods of Heat Generation -- Conventional Heat-Only Boiler Plants -- District Heat Supply from Cogeneration Steam-Turbine-Based Stations -- Retrofit of Single-Purpose Electric Generating Steam Turbine to District Heat Supply -- Overview -- Configuration and Control of Steam Turbine Retrofits for District Heating -- Cycle Efficiencies -- Examples of Power Plants Retrofitted to Cogeneration -- District Heating/Cogeneration from Stationary Gas Turbines -- Reciprocating-Engine-Based Cogeneration/District Heating Systems -- Large Heat Pumps -- Integration of Heating, Cooling, and Electric Generation -- Centralized Chilled-Water Generation by Thermal Energy -- Centralized Chilled-Water Generation by Electric Energy -- Decentralized Chilled-Water Generation by Thermal Energy -- Geothermal District Heating -- Direct Use -- U.S. Experience -- European Experience -- References -- Bibliography
  • Note continued: ch. 3 Central Plant Design for Steam and Hot Water -- Introduction -- Higher Thermal Efficiency -- Use of Multiple Fuels -- Environmental Benefits -- Operating Personnel -- Insurance -- Usable Space -- Equipment Maintenance -- Use of Cogeneration -- Central Plant Advantages -- Central Plant Disadvantages -- Heating Loads -- Central Plant Heating Medium -- Heat Capacity -- Pipe Sizes -- Condensate Return System -- Pressure and Temperature Requirements -- Boilers Pressure and Temperature -- Construction Materials -- Selection Parameters -- Efficiency -- Combustion Efficiency -- Overall (or Thermal) Efficiency -- Seasonal Efficiency -- Performance Codes and Standards -- Commercial Heating Boilers -- Central Plant Design for Steam -- Typical System Arrangements -- Selection Criteria -- Construction Cost Estimate -- Feasibility Analysis -- Environmental Regulations -- Water Supply -- Site Development -- Plant Access -- Plant Structures
  • Note continued: Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) Systems -- Drainage -- Plant Safety -- Central Plant Security -- Steam Generators -- Boiler Design and Type -- Boiler Construction Options -- Available Fuels -- Combustion Technology Selection -- Burners -- Boiler Control -- Primary Air -- Economizer -- Water Treatment and Makeup -- Sound and Vibration -- Seismic Issues -- Breeching -- Plant Stack -- Fuel Train -- Oil Supply System -- Piping -- Combustion Air -- Maintenance and Operation -- Commissioning -- Central Plant Design for Medium- and High-Temperature Water -- Introduction -- HTW Plant Arrangement -- Basic System -- Design Considerations -- Direct-Fired HTW Generators -- Direct-Contact Heaters (Cascades) -- System Circulating Pumps -- Controls -- Water Treatment -- Heat Storage -- Safety Considerations -- Other Design Considerations -- Central Plant Design for Low-Temperature Water -- Typical System Arrangements -- Energy Sources
  • Note continued: System Temperatures -- Heat Exchangers -- Thermal Storage -- Auxiliaries -- Expansion Tanks and System Pressurization -- Pumping System -- Pump Curves and Water Temperature for Constant-Speed Systems -- Parallel Pumping -- Series Pumping -- Multiple-Pump Systems -- Standby Pump Provision -- Variable-Speed Pumping Application -- Pump Connections -- Flow Design Considerations -- Design Guidelines -- Makeup and Fill-Water Systems -- Other System Components -- Emission Control and Instrumentation -- Pollutants and Control Techniques -- Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) -- Sulfur Oxides (SOx) -- Carbon Monoxide (CO) -- Particulate Matter (PM) -- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)/Hydrocarbons (HCs) -- Calculation of Annual Emissions for District Heating Boilers -- Current Emission Standards -- Compliance Solutions -- Instrumentation and Controls for District Heating Plants -- General -- Instrumentation -- District Heating Plant Controls -- Boiler Controls
  • Note continued: Non-Boiler Controls -- Control Panels -- Energy Management and Control Systems -- Control Variables -- Controls for Boilers -- Boilers Supervisory Control Strategies and Optimization -- Supply Water and Supply Pressure Reset for Boilers -- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System -- References -- ch. 4 Distribution Systems -- Hydraulic Considerations -- Objectives of Hydraulic Design -- Water Hammer -- Pressure Losses -- Pipe Sizing -- Diversity of Demand -- Network Calculations -- Condensate Drainage and Return -- Distribution System Construction -- Aboveground System -- Underground Systems -- Site-Fabricated Underground Systems -- Prefabricated Conduit Systems -- Geotechnical Trenching and Backfilling -- Piping Materials and Standards -- Supply Pipes for Steam and Hot Water -- Condensate Return Pipes -- Pipe Expansion and Flexibility -- Pipe Bends and Loops -- Cold Springing of Pipe -- Computer-Aided Design
  • Note continued: Analyzing Existing Piping Configurations -- Expansion Joints and Expansion Compensating Devices -- Cathodic Protection of Direct Buried Conduits -- Sacrificial Anode Systems -- Impressed Current Systems -- Design, Maintenance, and Testing -- Leak Detection -- WSL Conduit Systems -- DDT-Type Conduit Systems -- Valve Vaults and Entry Pits -- Valve Vault Penetrations -- Ponding Water -- Crowding of Components -- High Humidity -- High Temperatures -- Deep Burial -- Freezing Conditions -- Safety and Access -- Vault Construction -- Vault Covers and Venting -- Construction of Systems without Valve Vaults -- References -- ch. 5 Consumer Interconnection -- Introduction -- Connection Types -- Direct Connection -- Indirect Connection -- Components -- Heat Exchangers -- Flow Control Devices -- Instrumentation -- Controller -- Pressure Control Devices -- Heating Connections -- Steam Connections -- Hot-Water Connections -- Building Conversion to District Heating
  • Note continued: Temperature Differential Control -- Metering -- References -- ch. 6 Heat Transfer Calculations for Piping Systems -- Thermal Design Conditions -- Soil Thermal Properties -- Soil Thermal Conductivity -- Temperature Effects on Soil Thermal Conductivity and Frost Depth -- Specific Heat of Soils -- Undisturbed Soil Temperatures -- Heat Transfer at Ground Surface -- Insulation Types and Thermal Properties -- Steady-State Heat Loss/Heat Gain Calculations for Systems -- Single Buried Uninsulated Pipe -- Single Buried Insulated Pipe -- Single Buried Pipe in Conduit with Air Space -- Single Buried Pipe with Composite Insulation -- Two Pipes Buried in Common Conduit with Air Space -- Two Buried Pipes or Conduits -- Pipes in Buried Trenches or Tunnels -- Pipes in Shallow Trenches -- Pipes in Loose Fill Insulation -- Buried Pipes with Other Geometries -- Pipes in Air -- Economical Thickness for Pipe Insulation
  • Note continued: Calculating Temperatures of System Components and Surrounding Soil Temperatures -- Line Source of Heat -- Spherical Source of Heat -- Superposition -- Spherical Heat Leak -- Spherical Heat Leak with Superimposed Parallel Line Source of Heat -- Thermal Impacts on Utilities Adjacent to Buried Heat Distribution Systems -- References -- ch. 7 Thermal Storage -- Introduction -- What is Thermal Storage? -- The Purpose of the Thermal Storage -- How Thermal Storage Works -- Benefits -- CHP Plants -- Heat Production Optimization -- Operation -- Principles of Operation -- Storage Tank Monitoring -- Charging -- Directly Connected Heat Storage -- Discharging -- Directly Connected Heat Storage -- Charging/Discharging -- Pressurized and Decentralized Tank -- Water Quality -- Specific Design Issues -- Temperature -- Pressure -- Sizing -- Regulatory Requirements (Europe) -- Economics -- Net Present Value -- Seasonal Thermal Storage -- Examples of Thermal Storage
  • Note continued: Denmark -- Other Countries -- References -- Bibliography -- ch. 8 Operation and Maintenance -- Introduction -- Workplace Safety -- Requirements -- Hazards -- System Security -- System Operation -- Water Treatment and Filtration -- Corrosion -- Corrosion Protection and Preventive Measures -- White Rust on Galvanized Steel Cooling Towers -- Scale Control -- Nonchemical Methods -- External Treatments -- Biological Growth Control -- Control Measures -- Legionnaires' Disease -- Suspended Solids and Depositation Control -- Mechanical Filtration -- Selection of Water Treatment Method -- Once Through Systems (Seawater or Surface-Water Cooling) -- Open Recirculating Systems (Cooling Towers) -- Closed Recirculating Systems (District Heating Distribution Systems) -- Medium- and High-Temperature Hot-Water Systems -- European Practice in Closed Distribution Systems -- Steam Systems -- Steam Distribution and Condensate Collection Systems -- Maintenance
  • Note continued: CMMS Functionality -- References -- Appendix A 96-Hour Boiling Water Test -- Tests of Complete System -- Apparatus and Specimens for Other than Wet Poured Systems -- Test Procedure for Other than Wet Poured Systems -- Appendix B Climatic Constants -- Equations -- Reference -- Appendix C Case Studies -- Case Study A District Energy/CHP System In Jamestown, New York -- Introduction -- System Description -- Central Energy Plant -- Transmission and Distribution Network -- Buildings -- Retrofitting Electrically Heated Buildings to Hot Water -- System Development -- Phased Implementation Philosophy -- Marketing -- Ownership -- System Economics -- Rates -- Financing -- System Benefits -- Customer Savings -- Environmental Advantages -- Demand-Side Management Application -- Future Expansion -- District Cooling System -- Conclusion -- References -- Case Study B Crotched Mountain Biomass District Heating System -- Introduction
  • Note continued: Background on the Crotched Mountain Facility -- Details of the Retrofit -- Fuel -- Central Plant -- Distribution System -- Building Interconnection and Loads -- Operational Experience -- Economic Benefits to the User -- Environmental Benefits -- Societal Benefits -- Contact Information -- References -- Case Study C District Heating Conversion From Steam To Hot Water At The Savannah Regional Hospital -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Original System Description -- System Problems -- Replacement Options -- Construction Program -- Revised Central Plant Requirements -- Energy Use Evaluation
Control code
867877509
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781680153231
Lccn
2013012052
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867877509

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