HVAC

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HVAC  Short for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning),the system is used to provide heating and cooling services for residential, commercial or industrial buildings and the people working inside buildings with “conditioned” air so that they will have a comfortable and safe work environment. HVAC systems have become the required industry standard for construction of new buildings.

Syllabus

  • Introduction
    Vapour Absorption system,
    Vapour compression system
    Duct Designing:
    a) Formula, b) Ductulators,c) Program
    Duct Designing methods:
    a) Static regain method, b) Equal friction
    c) Velocity reduction
    Air terminal selection using
    BETA performance data program
    Chilled water pipe sizing – McQury
    Refrigerant pipe sizing
    Heat Load Calculation (Manually by
    E-20 & General) and by software programs
    Kitchen ventilation, Hood Designing
    HVAC in Green Building Design.
    Energy efficient HVAC systems
    District cooling system
    Stair well pressurization system designing
    Car parking ventilation
    (Impulse & Induction system) CFD analysis
    Vulcan Lockring
    De-Humidifiers selections
    ESP (External static pressure) Calculations

  • Hydraulic Calculations, NPSH Calculations
    Exhaust Fan selection. (Performance curves)
    Desert Cooler selection.
    Chiller, AHU, FCU, FAHU, FAFCU, Pumps,
    Valve & VAV Selection
    ASHRAE & SMACNA Strandards
    Coils selection
    Expansion Tank sizing
    Cooling Tower selection
    Estimation and Costing
    General Maintenance Tips
    HVAC Shop Drawing & design Drawing

    Air conditioning & Ventilation Ducts,
    Chilled Water pipes, Duct fittings – Elbows,
    TEE, WYE. Dampers- Volume Control Dampers,
    Splitter Dampers, Smoke Dampers,
    Fire Dampers etc. and Duct supports.
    Representation of Duct/Pipe sizes, levels slopes,
    flow direction, BOD’s, BOP’s, FCU’s AHU’s,
    Chillers, Pumps, Valves – Isolating, Regulating,
    NRV. Strainer etc. Cross-sectional drawings Preparation