The Fundamentals of HVAC Systems elearning System is delivered online to allow you to learn anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace, without the need to travel to attend more costly instructor-led training sessions.
After completing this course, you will understand:
The environmental control objectives to be achieved by a HVAC system
System descriptions - including primary equipment, means of distribution, space and load
determination, and operating strategy
The basic function of components that form HVAC systems
The layout and functioning of common HVAC systems, including all-air systems, air-water systems, and all-water systems
The strategies for operating systems and their basic means of control
Identifying the most suitable type of system for different types of application
The Fundamentals of HVAC Systems eLearning System includes:
The Online Course
The Course Reader – in e-book format
Additional practical, interactive exercises on Understanding Psychrometrics and Understanding Fan Selection
This version of the course is in Inch-Pound units. SI version will be available from November 2006.
Within 48 hours of placing your order you will be sent a confirmation / receipt email by Elsevier Customer Services. This will include your access code and full instructions on how to immediately access and begin the course.
You will be able to access the online course for 12 months from your first use.
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· A thorough introduction to how HVAC systems function in controlling temperature, air quality, and air circulation in a conditioned space
· ASHRAE eLearning Systems offer a flexible, skills-focused, approach to learning: online instruction includes interactive exercises and problem-solving demonstrations which are backed up with authoritative reference guides in e-book and printed formats
· Earn PDHs/CEUs from your home or office: completing this course earns 35 Professional Development Hours(PDHs)or 3.5 Continuing Education Units(CEUs)
Engineering graduates working in the HVAC&R industry.
Experienced engineers entering HVAC&R from another engineering area
Architects, technicians, construction or building management professionals needing to increase their knowledge of HVAC systems.