The design, operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of a wide range of HVAC systems will be covered. This course starts with a quick review of psychrometry and representation and air conditioning processes on the psychrometric chart. This is followed by a detailed discussion of the basic subsystems of any HVAC system, comprehensive coverage of various systems, and guidelines for selecting the most suitable HVAC system for various applications. Finally, a discussion of the operation and maintenance of various subsystems and components is presented, followed by an outline of the measurements and instrumentation used in HVAC system troubleshooting.
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
Apply and use psychrometry to understand the design and operation of various HVAC systems
Recognize and understand the operation of a wide range of HVAC systems
Select and identify the most suitable HVAC system for various practical applications
Develop an outline of a complete HVAC system
Prepare a preventative and regular maintenance program for HVAC systems
Who Should Attend?
Design and Project Engineers
Plant and Facility Managers/Engineers
Consultants • Mechanical Engineers
Maintenance and Operations personnel
Technicians and Technologists
Contractors • Building Inspectors
Subsystems for HVAC systems
Single- and multiple-zone systems
Selection of HVAC systems
HVAC equipment selection and rating tables
Air subsystem components
Air cleaning equipment and air ducts
Indoor air quality: operation and maintenance
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