HVAC Systems Design I
Explore the fundamentals of HVAC design. Topics include heating and cooling systems; load calculations, including building envelopes, U-values, internal and external heat gains, and ventilation criteria; psychrometrics; air handling systems and their components, selection criteria, and classification; duct system design, including pressure loss calculation; fan classification and selection; and relevant laws.
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You'll Walk Away with
- Knowledge of HVAC load estimating concepts
- The ability to relate load estimates to equipment sizing and systems design
- Engineering design professionals
- Building owners and managers