Modulating Condensing Fuel-Fired Boilers
This online engineering PDH course describes the benefits of using modular condensing boilers and water heaters along with the installation and maintenance considerations. In addition, the course explains about certifications, emissions, life-cycle costs and case studies using this technology.
A modulating/condensing fuel fired water heater or hydronic boiler can avoid losses associated, in conventional units, with cycling at less than full load and with un-recovered latent heat of water produced in the combustion process. A system which incorporates features that minimize cycling by modulating fuel and air flow to the combustor and that recover additional heat from condensing moisture in the flue gas stream can achieve reductions in fuel consumption, operating costs, and emissions.
This 2 PDH online course is applicable to mechanical engineers who work with systems involving fuel fired water heaters and boilers.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Installation considerations
- Life-cycle costs
- Case studies
In this professional engineering CEU course you will need to review the material contained in Modulating/Condensing Fuel-Fired Water Heater and Hydronic Boiler, DOE/EE-0171.
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