HVAC Course Outline for Engineers

Online price: SAR 1200

Offline Price: SAR 2400

Course Duration: 5 Days 06pm TO 10pm

Duration (Hrs) 30 Hours/Hours

Course date: 24/03/2024

Course date (2): 28/04/2024

Course date (3): 09/06/2024

Course date (4): 07/07/2024

Course Mentor: ESI

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About the course
By the end of the course, trained engineers will be able to design cooling and ventilation systems for different types of buildings (administrative – residential – industrial) and will have the ability to build technical foundations in (HVAC) and master the design using standard code.

Course themes

  • Introduction to the basics of thermology (temperatures – quantities of heat – perceived and latent heat – methods of heat transfer)
  • Studying the types of air conditioners used in buildings and how to choose the right type according to different applications
    (D.X. Systems , Chiller Systems , Decorative – Ducted)
  • Studying the causes of thermal loads inside the compartments
  • Study the requirements that must be met to start a study of load accounts for different facilities
  • Study how to read HVAC plans and understand the architectural plan
  • Introduction to the HAP program for calculating loads and how to prepare its library
  • Using the HAB program to apply to one of the projects and to read the final report for the calculations of the loads
  • Identify the types of air outlets used in air conditioning systems
    (square diffuser, round diffuser, jet diffuser, linear bar, air grille, swirl diffuser, and perforated diffuser)
  • Knowing how to choose air outlets from different catalogs according to (Noise curves, cfm, throw, pressure drop, dimensions)
  • Knowing how the air outlets are distributed in the different spaces
  • Knowing the different types of ducts, the materials they are manufactured for
  • Studying the different methods of designing duct networks and applying them to one of the projects
  • Studying how to count the iron and determine the thickness of the iron (Duct gage)
  • Recognize the types of Duct fitting and how to design each part according to the code of our name
  • Learn about the types of Duct Accessories, how to calibrate them, and where to install them
  • Getting to know the types of Duct insulation, internal and external, and how to make an inventory of insulation
  • Study how to install and supervise the receipt of duct work on the site and make a test for duct parts
  • Study how to calculate Fan static pressure