HVAC DESIGN : As per ISHRAE, ASHRAE & CARRIER Std. and Code

Overview

This course will prepare students for entry-level as well as advanced level positions in the heating, cooling, air-ventilation, air-conditioner industries. Mechanical engineers and students will learn to quickly and effectively design computer-aided design of the indoor and vehicular environment of any structure including thermal comfort, indoor air-quality system.

Course Objective

The primary objective of HVAC course is to provide students both theoretical and practical knowledge of CAD/CAM/CAE software that can be used to layout a building’s heating, air-ventilation, air-conditioning system more effective and quickly with latest technologies.

Pre-requisite

For engineering students and architects, these courses can be taken during or after your academic degree or diploma program to get trained in all kind of installation, repair, and maintenance work related to the heating, ventilation, Air-conditioning and refrigeration industry.

What’s in it for me?

These courses will help gain the skills you need to become an HVAC technician and boost your mechanical skills to an upgraded level with latest technologies and learn to install, repair and maintain the heating, air-conditioning and ventilation system of any building or structure.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Fundamental of HVAC
    • • Types of Heat
    • • Mode of Heat Transfer
Section 2: Basic Refrigeration System
    • Vapour Compression Refrigerant System (VCRS)
    • • VapourAbsorbtion Refrigerant System (VARS)
    • • Compressor: (Function and its types)
    • • Condenser: (Function and its types)
    • • Expansion: (Function and its types)
    • • Evaporator: (Function and its types)
Section 3: Classification of Air Conditioning System
    • Window A/C
    • • Working of window A/C with line diagram
    • • Split A/C
    • • Working of Split A/C with line diagram
    • • Multi Split A/C (VRV/VRF) system
    • • Types of (VRV/VRF)
    • • Working of (VRV/VRF) with block diagram
    • • Package A/C
    • • Central A/C
    • • AHU & FCU System with block diagram,
    • • Chiller system
    • • Cooling Tower
Section 4: Psychrometric Chart
    • Dry Bulb Temperature
    • • Wet Bulb Temperature
    • • Relative Humidity
    • • Humidity Ratio
    • • Dew Point Temperature
    • • Enthalpy
    • • Find the Values using Chart & Calculator
Section 5: Heat Load Calculation
    • Detail about building
    • • Thermal Condition:
    • • Find the value of U-Factor (wall ,glass ,Partition ,Ceiling roof and floor)
    • • Find Heat gain (Wall,glass& Roof
    • )
    • • Infiltration &Ventition
    • • Load Calculation- Manual
    • • Load Calculation- (E- 20) form
    • • Load Calculation- HAP
    • • Calculation- [Air flow rate (cfm)]
Section 6: Air Distribution System
    • Duct System
    • • Duct Sizing Method(Manual & Duct sizer Calculator)
    • • Duct Fitting
    • • Duct gauge(AS PER ISHRAE & SMACNA Std.)
    • • Air Terminal (Diffuser & Grill)
    • • Air Terminal sizing method
    • • Duct Rooting
Section 7: Static Pressure
    • Calculation (Total Static Pressure)
    • • Finding Friction losses in duet, duet fitting & equipment
    • • Finding Co- Efficient of Friction of Std equipment
    • • Fan Output power(BHP)
      • • Selection of AHU & FCU
      • • Selection of Chiller
      • • Hydrolic System
    • • Once through system
    • • Recirculating system
    • • Finding water flow rate (USGPM)
    • • Pipe Sizing
    • • Calculation (Head Loss)
    • • Selection of Pump and (BHP)
      • • Pipe Accessories
      • • Chiller Efficiency Calculation
      • • Kitchen Ventilation
      • • Basement Ventilation
      • • BOM (Bill Of Material)
Section 8: HVAC Drafting
    • • Duct rooting and make air terminal on layout
    • • Schemetic drawing (Pipe connection between AHU, Chiller and Cooling Tower)
Two Project have to be Completed before getting the Certificate.
  • Duration: 80 Hours
  • Certificates: Yes
  • Section: 8