Earn 6 PDH | .6 CEU (Total course 3 modules, 2hrs each)
This course was recorded from a live webinar that may include discussions from attendees.
This program provides a broad scope of knowledge about commercial HVAC systems, from their basic operational processes to their individual components, and how these components function and interact. You’ll then learn how best to utilize this knowledge to achieve optimum HVAC system performance while reducing energy consumption.
The instructor will explain the math involved in calculating heat transfer from boilers and chillers to coils and the conditioned space. Fan curves, pumps curves, and various charts will be presented to facilitate your understanding of the operation of air, water and refrigeration systems. The air distribution system — from fan to ducting to the terminal box to the outlet, and the water distribution system — from the pump to piping to the heat exchanger, will also be explained and examined.This course is designed to be of value to anyone interested in achieving a better understanding of how HVAC systems work, and how to optimize them to achieve maximum performance and energy savings. Over one hundred photos and drawings are used in this seminar to help you visualize and more clearly understand HVAC systems and components.
- Goal of HVAC systems
- Heat: flow, content, energy, power, level , sensible, latent, total, specific
- Humidity: specific and relative
- HVAC system components
- Central HVAC system
- Air distribution ducts, boxes and outlets
- Centrifugal fans: forward curved, backward inclined, airfoil, curves and tables
- Axial fans: propeller, tube axial, vane axial
- Air volume control
- Conditioned space
- Heating systems
- Boilers (electric, fire tube, water tube, steam , water, controls) flue gas analysis
- Air and water heat transfer calculations for heating and cooling systems
- Air and water heat transfer calculations for cooling systems
- Cooling systems
- Cooling towers, evaporators, compressors, condensers, vapor compression
- Centrifugal pumps
- Water distribution pipes and coils
- Water volume control
- Types of HVAC systems
- Types of cooling systems
- Types of terminal boxes
- Variable air volume systems
- Variable water volume systems
- Air and water economizers
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
SAMUEL C. SUGARMAN, C.T.A.B., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.I.A.Q.M., is an internationally recognized HVAC and TAB consultant, instructor and author. He has consulted on projects for testing and balancing, performance evaluation, design, retrofit and commissioning of HVAC systems for cleanroom facilities, corporate headquarters, government facilities, office complexes, hotels, hospitals, fume hood labs, major retail establishments, military installations, nuclear power plants, private and public schools, colleges and universities. Mr. Sugarman was an adjunct professor at San Diego City College, and has also instructed over 250 HVAC, TAB and energy management training programs and seminars for various organizations, including AEE, ASHRAE, and the National Energy Management Institute. He has authored several books and training manuals on topics in the areas of his expertise and has received numerous awards and special recognition for his accomplishments. He currently serves as Board Chairman of the International Registry of CTAB Professionals.
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