438-HVAC Layout and Design Course 4 of 4: Central Plant Design, Geothermal & Other Technologies
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This continuing education course is written specifically for professional engineers with the objective of relating to and enhancing the practice of engineering.
This informative Course series (Course 1 thru 4) was developed to equip the HVAC design engineer with vital information needed to complete Code compliant, successful projects. By the end of this Course, engineers will have learned valuable skills necessary to make HVAC equipment and system choices suitable for their specific project application and will have a better understanding of how to apply these designs which allow for improved communication with Clients, design/construction team members and facility Operators.
Course 4 includes a summary of when DX systems are typically chosen verses Chilled Water systems. Typical costs for each system discussed in Course 2 will be revisited for each market sector. This Course will also familiarize the reader with Chilled Water and Hot Water Central Plant design and control strategies for each.
In previous Courses, there were alternate HVAC systems discussed including geothermal, chilled beam, steam radiators, UFAD, etc. This Course will further describe each system type and when they may be applied. After completing this Course series, the HVAC engineer will be able to lead HVAC discussions, provide pros/cons for each system type and help Clients make final decisions such that the HVAC design can progress.
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