1. Humidity Control Design: Basic Principles, Loads and Equipment (Dual), 3.0 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    Provides HVAC designers and building owners with the knowledge and techniques to control humidity issues effectively and economically. Gives a strong foundation for the knowledge needed by technical professionals to avoid classic problems in buildings caused by excessive or uncontrolled humidity. 3.0 PDHs. (Dual)

  2. HVAC&R Controls (I-P), 1.5 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    This course explains the need for HVAC&R control systems. It describes control system components and the symbols that are used to depict them. The advantages and disadvantages of the three types of controls are listed in this course. Also discussed are details of typical control strategies for VAV, single-zone, constant-volume air, and dual-duct systems. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: Identify the legends used in control....

  3. Special HVAC Systems (I-P), 3 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    This course covers system issues and configurations that are not necessarily part of the day-to-day design effort for HVAC systems. It explains the rationale for desiccant dehumidification systems and the variations and applications of the desiccant system configurations. The course also covers thermal storage, along with its applications and underlying concepts. Additionally, a case study is presented for the better understanding of the practica....

  4. The Design Process (I-P), 2.5 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    This course package assists engineers to design air-conditioning systems and addresses the difference between analysis and design. It also covers the basic issues for consideration during the design phases of a building project, and describes the factors that influence building design, such as building codes and economic considerations.At the completion of this course package, you will be able to: List the: Phases of the commissioning process ;Co....

  5. HVAC System Selection Issues (I-P), 1 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    The HVAC system designer selects from a universe of available HVAC systems, equipment choices, other components, and control options to synthesize what should ideally be an optimum solution. This solution should meet the owner’s project objectives within the given constraints. This course looks at the various issues that crop up during such system selection. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: Define the conditions that gov....

  6. Occupant Comfort and Health (I-P), 1.5 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    Ensuring appropriate thermal control requires proper design, construction, and use of the occupied space and the HVAC systems conditioning that space. Building management faces a number of challenges—maintaining temperature and humidity, adhering to thermal zoning guidelines, and ensuring proper indoor air quality. This course discusses these challenges and the ways of overcoming them. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: De....

  7. Load Calculations (I-P), 1.5 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    This course deals with the calculation of heating and cooling loads. The accurate calculation of these loads provides a sound bridge between building design decisions and an operating building. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: Recognize the importance of accurate load calculations;Define the different types of load;State how indoor and outdoor conditions are established;List terms that are commonly used to describe aspects of ....

  8. Air-Conditioning System Components-Heat Transfer Equipment (I-P), 1 PDHs (AIA, GBCI)

    This course deals with heat transfer equipment, which functions as a source component and helps to provide a primary heating or cooling effect for a system. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: List the: Types of shell-and-tube condensers;Limits on cooling coils performance;Different applications of heat exchangers;Design and equipment considerations for cooling tower installations. State the: Important system design consideration....

  9. Air-Conditioning System Components-Pumps, Valves, Piping and Ductwork (I-P), 1.5 PDHs (GBCI)

    This course deals with the distribution components of an air-conditioning system, which transport the heating or cooling effect from the source (such as a boiler or chiller) to the spaces that require conditioning. It also includes a case study for the better understanding of the content. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: List the characteristics of some common types of pumps, as well as different types of valves and their appl....

  10. Introduction to All-Air Systems (I-P), 0.5 PDHs (GBCI)

    This course explains the concept of all-air systems with a focus on distribution and delivery components. All-air systems provide sensible and latent cooling capacity solely through cold supply air delivered to the conditioned space. Heating is also accomplished by the same supply airstream. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: Describe the functioning of all-air HVAC systems; List the advantages and disadvantages of all-air HVAC ....

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