An Introduction to HVAC Systems for Buildings
This online engineering PDH course presents an introduction to the design of heating and cooling distribution systems outside of buildings. It provides information about system selection, distribution media selection, and general distribution system design. It discusses distribution systems in trenches, pre-engineered underground systems, prefabricated underground heating and cooling distribution systems, and aboveground heat distribution systems. The information provided is applicable to high temperature hot water, low temperature hot water, low pressure steam, high pressure steam, and chilled water systems.
This course also provides a basic introduction to air conditioning system design so you can better understand the technology, concepts and terminology in the design of air conditioning systems. It addresses the issues, technologies and strategies encountered in the building design process on actual projects.
This 4 PDH online course is intended for engineers, architects and construction professionals who are seeking an introduction to HVAC Design. This course will help you to be a better partner in the building design and construction process. This course is a compilation of Course No. M02-021 and Course No. M02-024.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Learning how to calculate heating and cooling loads
- Learn about the different types of air conditioning equipment
- Familiarizing with some important concepts of air distribution ductwork design
- Knowing the rules-of-thumb for estimating heating and air conditioning capacity
- Knowing the rules-of-thumb for estimating chilled, hot and condenser water requirements
- Knowing the rules-of-thumb for determining steam and condensate requirements
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review the course document titled, "An Introduction to HVAC Systems for Buildings".
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