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An introductory course on HVAC for engineers and non-engineers…

A practical overview of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration

Fundamentals of HVAC

Take home valuable references

Get answers to your HVAC

June 13–15, 2007 Madison, Wisconsin

Understand system

Attend and Benefit!

Learn the basics

requirements

questions

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Department of Engineering Professional Development 432 North Lake Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Department of Engineering Professional Development
432 North Lake Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Development 432 North Lake Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706 C OLLEGE of E NGINEERING n D EPARTMENT
Development 432 North Lake Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706 C OLLEGE of E NGINEERING n D EPARTMENT
Development 432 North Lake Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706 C OLLEGE of E NGINEERING n D EPARTMENT
Development 432 North Lake Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706 C OLLEGE of E NGINEERING n D EPARTMENT
Development 432 North Lake Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706 C OLLEGE of E NGINEERING n D EPARTMENT

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Fundamentals of HVAC

A practical overview of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration

June 13–15, 2007 in Madison, Wisconsin

Save time and money! Inquire about our on-site courses. Call 800-462-0876 today!
Save time and money!
Inquire about our on-site courses.
Call 800-462-0876 today!

Who Should Attend

You do not have to be an engineer to benefit from this learning opportunity. The course will assist •facility managers •facility engineers •architects •utility field representatives •industrial hygienists •recent graduate engineers •others who want to gain a better understanding of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration principles

Learn the Basics

This practical course will develop your knowledge of basic principles and provide you with a thorough understanding of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. You will •consider various HVAC systems and equipment technologies •discuss equipment/system operation •examine advantages and disadvantages •learn what characteristics lead to effective HVAC systems

Understand System Requirements

Your participation in this course will help you understand HVAC system requirements, which can be quite diverse. Although most HVAC systems function primarily to provide a comfortable indoor environment for occupants, the requirements of HVAC systems are often extended to include indoor air quality as well. You’ll learn how properly designed HVAC systems can efficiently and cost-effectively provide a comfortable and healthy indoor environment. You’ll also discover how poorly designed or performing HVAC systems can adversely impact occupant comfort, productivity and health.

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Course Descriptions
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catalogs/hvac.lasso

Benefits for You

The primary objective of this course is to provide you with an understanding of the fundamentals of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration. Upon completing this course you will understand •why HVAC systems play a major role in achieving a quality indoor environment •basic air-conditioning processes •HVAC system impacts on comfort, productivity and indoor air quality •heat loss and cooling load calculations •HVAC equipment and how it operates

Take-home Materials

As a participant you will receive •valuable course notes •reference materials useful during the course and when you return to work

Your Instructors

Daniel J. Dettmers Associate Researcher HVAC&R Center Madison, Wisconsin

Todd B. Jekel PhD, PE Research Scientist HVAC&R Center Madison, Wisconsin

Douglas T. Reindl PhD, PE Professor and Director HVAC&R Center University of Wisconsin–Madison

Past Participants Say…

“The course was successful in wrapping together the tidbits of HVAC information I picked up over time. It was a valuable source of information that has provided a better understanding and appreciation for HVAC systems.”

“I’ve wanted to come to this class for the last 6 years– very worthwhile!”

“The course provided a good summary of basic HVAC, which is just what I was looking for.”

Enroll online today! epd.engr.wisc.edu/webH493

Course outline inside…
Course outline inside…

Fundamentals of HVAC

A practical overview of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration

June 13–15, 2007 in Madison, Wisconsin

Course Outline

Wednesday, June 13

8:00 Registration/Coffee The Pyle Center 702 Langdon Street Madison, Wisconsin

8:30 Welcome Douglas T. Reindl PhD, PE Program Director

8:45 Introduction

• The need for HVAC

• Terms, units, and definitions

• IP and SI units

• Conversion factors Douglas T. Reindl PhD, PE

10:00 Psychrometrics

• Fundamental properties

• Psychrometric processes – mixing, cooling, heating, adiabatic saturation

• Psychrometric chart

• Examples Todd B. Jekel PhD, PE

12:00 Lunch at The Pyle Center 1:00 Psychrometrics Workshop

2:00 Occupant Comfort and Indoor Air Quality

• Factors influencing comfort

• Factors influencing indoor air quality

• Industry comfort and indoor air quality standards (ASHRAE 62 and 55) Douglas T. Reindl PhD, PE

5:00 Adjourn

Thursday, June 14

8:00 Coffee and Conversation 8:30 Fundamentals of Heating Load Calculations

• Heat transfer basics

• Infiltration and ventilation loads

• Heat loss calculations

• Energy estimating methods Todd B. Jekel PhD, PE

9:30 Fundamentals of Cooling Load Calculations

• Infiltration and ventilation loads

• Internal gains

• Solar gains

• Cooling load calculations

• Rules of thumb Todd B. Jekel PhD, PE

10:30 Introduction to HVAC Controls

• Proportional/modulating control concepts

• Components of control systems

• Open/closed loop control

• Pneumatic and electronic controls Douglas T. Reindl PhD, PE

12:00 Lunch at The Pyle Center

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1:00 HVAC Systems Workshop

2:00 Introduction to Refrigeration Equipment

• Vapor compression cycle

• System components

• Heat pumping

Douglas T. Reindl PhD, PE

4:00 Overview of Air Conditioning Systems

• All-air systems

• Air-and-water systems

• All-water systems

• Unitary systems Daniel J. Dettmers

5:00 Adjourn

Friday, June 15

8:00 Coffee and Conversation 8:30 Air Delivery Systems

• Constant air volume systems (single zone, multizone, terminal reheat, dual duct, three deck multizone)

• Variable air volume systems (induction, reheat, fan powered, dual duct) Douglas T. Reindl PhD, PE

10:00 Air Conditioning Systems

• Two pipe systems

• Four pipe systems

• Fan coil systems

Daniel J. Dettmers

12:00 Lunch at The Pyle Center

1:00 Air Conditioning Systems (continued)

• Unit ventilators

• Baseboard radiators

• Fan coil units

• Split systems: air conditioners and heat pumps

• Rooftop systems

• Thru-the-wall units

• Air source heat pumps

• Water source heat pumps

• Ground source heat pumps Daniel J. Dettmers

2:00 Alternative Technologies (Gas Cooling)

• Absorption chillers (types and fundamental theory of direct and indirect-fired)

• Engine driven chillers

• Desiccant systems

• Advantages and disadvantages compared to electric technologies Daniel J. Dettmers

3:00 Final Adjournment

Please Note: Daily schedules include midmorning and midafternoon refreshment breaks.

Upcoming Courses

HVAC Systems for Industrial Facilities June 11–15, 2007, Madison, WI Course #H669 Commissioning Process for Delivering Quality Constructed Projects/ Commissioning Process for LEED Projects/Commissioning Process for Existing Buildings/Certification Training for Accredited Commissioning Process Provider August 20–25, 2007, Madison, WI Course #H729/#H730/#H731/#H732 Psychrometric Processes and Load Calculations September 17–21, 2007, Madison, WI Course #H728 For additional course information call 800-462-0876, or check our Web site at http://epd.engr.wisc.edu

On-site Courses Save Time & Money

Engineering Professional Development can offer many of our courses:

•At a location of your choice in North America •At your convenience •At reduced per-person cost •Tailored to your needs To inquire about courses that we can bring to your site, including optimal group size and costs, call 800-462- 0876 and ask for Corporate Education Director Carl Vieth (608-263-7424 direct). Or see http://epd.engr.wisc. edu/onsite

Four Easy Ways to Enroll Phone: Mail to: 800-462-0876 or 608-262-1299 (TDD 265-2370) Engineering Registration,
Four Easy Ways to Enroll
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