Topics for this course

Introduction to HVAC

Heat Load Estimation

Design of Air Distribution System

Chilled Water system design

Equipment Selection

Erection of Equipments

Estimation of Project

Documents Approvals

Project Procurement

Drafting of HVAC Systems

HVAC Design

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About Course

HVAC provides intensive, practical training ideal for recent technical or engineering school graduates, engineers new to the HVAC field, those who need a refresher in new technologies, and facility managers and others who want to gain a better understanding of HVAC fundamentals, equipment and systems.
The training also covers the technical aspects of design and allows participants an opportunity to expand their exposure to HVAC systems applications to increase energy savings and improve indoor environmental quality.

After 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
  • Define your requirements for a DDC system to serve HVAC and related building systems
  • Know what the marketplace has to offer to meet your requirements
  • Describe the hardware and software elements that make up a DDC system
  • Construct a DDC architectural master plan for your requirements
  • Describe the essential elements of a DDC system specification
  • Define the application requirements for the building systems
  • Plan for the commissioning of the DDC system
  • Identify appropriate applications for chiller plants
  • Recognize design criteria and select system components
  • Evaluate and specify the control requirements
  • Incorporate options for energy efficiencyAppreciate why a natatorium is a difficult facility to design, and reduce your designer risk/liability
  • Understand critical design and installation issues that must be fully understood and properly addressed to ensure years of comfortable and trouble-free operation of the facility
  • Learn how to properly calculate moisture (latent) load and understand design and operating factors that can impact pool evaporation rate
  • Learn how to maximize human comfort and health as well as preserve building integrity
  • Eliminate customer complaints and maximize facility revenue
  • Understand energy consumption issues and technology available to minimize operating costs
  • Identify routine maintenance procedures to ensure your natatorium delivers years of pleasure
  • Learn about pool water chemistry and disinfectant byproducts present in a pool atmosphere, their negative impact on occupant health and practical methods used to improve natatorium IAQ

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10 Courses

44 students


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Material Includes

  • Video Lectures
  • PDF and PPT handouts
  • Charts and Graphs
  • Software

Target Audience

  • BE/Btech in Mechanical or Electrical engineering
  • Diploma in Mechanical or Electrical with atleast 2 years of experience
  • For Entrepreneurship No education Required and No age Limit can Apply.


  • Laptop
  • Internet