Best HVAC Courses

Find the best online HVAC Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free HVAC Courses.

HVAC Ductwork Quantity Take off for Quantity Surveyors

HVAC, Duct, Take off, Estimation, Quantity Surveying, Length, Area, Weight, SMACNA, POMI, AUTOCAD, Excel, Template, MEP

Created by Akhil Krishna - MEP Quantity Surveyor

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Students: 16567, Price: $19.99

Students: 16567, Price:  Paid

Welcome to this course on HVAC Duct Quantity Take off.

HVAC stands for Heating, Cooling, Air Conditioning. It forms a part of MEP Services.

Ducts are used as a medium for transmission of air from the equipment's to different rooms in a building.

Accurate estimation of DUCT quantities is critical for an effective cost management of a construction project.

In this course you will understand how to take off the HVAC duct quantity using different unit of measurements.

You will be able to estimate the duct measurement by length, area and weight by the end of this course.

Excel templates for all length, area and weight measurements are separately explained and the templates are also available for download.

These templates can be used in your professional life.

This course also includes the basics of ductworks, difference between Air Handling Unit & Fresh Air Handling Unit.

POMI Standards for Duct measurement is also included as an additional lecture.

There is also a lecture on AUTOCAD tips that can be helpful for your estimation purpose.

SMACNA Documents for weight estimation is also explained and this document is downloadable in this course.

A Sample drawing is also included for practice purpose.

Construction professionals and enthusiasts will definitely enjoy this course and learn something new.

So enroll for this course without wasting time and have fun learning new concepts and ideas.

HVAC (PART1) with HAP|Excel|AutoCAD|Manual Calculations

A Practical Guide in the Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning with Programs & Layouts (A Practical Project Included)

Created by United Engineering - Learning By Doing

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Students: 3117, Price: $109.99

Students: 3117, Price:  Paid

"Heat ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) is one of the most important system for any building design".

Hello there,

  • If the word 'HVAC' baffles your mind and you want to master it, then this is for you.

  • If you want to start your career in HVAC design  and make money from it, then is for you.

  • If you want to learn how to design HVAC system for any Project, then this course is for you.

  • If you get bored of the word 'this course is for you', then this course is for you.

  • if you love the mechanical engineering.

  • if you are a mechanical engineering student.

Well, HVAC is becoming a widely-used word on everybody's tongue, and this is reasonable as most the building designs must include the heating and ventilation requirements.

So we introduce to you the HEAT VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING Design course that you need in order to get your hand on the HVAC design as this course collects most of the knowledge that you'll need in your journey.

We believe that the brain loves to keep the information that it finds applicable, and that's what we're doing here in UNITED ENGINEERING, we give you years of experience from our instructors that have been gathered in just one an interesting dose.

HVAC also is one of the mechanical engineering designing cores.

Our course is structured as follows:

  1. Discuss some thermodynamic for heating and ventilation fundamentals that will be the basics of that course.

  2. Analyse the psychometric chart and learn how to use it.

  3. Design the thermal loads for any project with the manual calculations.

  4. Learn how to enter the standard handbooks  like ASHRAE.

  5. Use the Excel software to design the thermal load calculations automatically.

  6. Apply with a practical project to calculate its total thermal loads with Excel.

  7. Learn all the required details about the HAP software to implement your HVAC project automatically.

  8. Design the air terminals system required for your HVAC project.

  9. Design the Ducts system required for you HVAC project.

  10. Learn about the direct expansion HVAC system and its different types.

  11. Learn about the chiller HVAC systems and its different types.

  12. Design the chiller system required pumping and piping systems.

  13. Learn about the chiller system required controlling systems and valves.

** At this course :

  • These tracks would be like a piece of cake to you.

  • We'll take you from the Scratch of Designing and Analysis.

  • You'll learn with practical exciting method in order to understand without being bored.

All you need is an open mind and the passion to be successful!

** Our help in YouCan is always available to you if you get stuck or have a question - our support is legendary in Udemy

--> So don't hesitate and click " Buy Now " button so you can begin on the right path!

HVAC Fundamentals and BMS Controls

Build your knowledge systematically, from the working principles of HVAC to optimizing a chiller plant operation

Created by Mike Lo - Practitioner and Trainer for Building Engineers

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Students: 2214, Price: $124.99

Students: 2214, Price:  Paid

*Updated in Apr21. The only HVAC course curated for Udemy for Business Collection!*

Hello! If you are starting out in the HVAC industry, or wished to gain more knowledge in an area which seems complicated and confusing to most people, you have found the right course!

My strength and approach in training is simplifying the important knowledge into something you will be able to grasp easily.  I cover the water-side in building air conditioning systems extensively, and will build your knowledge slowly until you reach the competency of evaluating, optimizing, selecting and sizing chillers for a typical chiller plant.

In addition, you will gain knowledge in HVAC controls (air-side and water-side) and troubleshooting using Building Management System. This is usually overlooked and is often handled by automation engineer. Good controls are important in managing the HVAC system effectively and in optimizing the operation of the whole chiller plant. Join me in this unique course to give yourself a head start in the HVAC career!

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Some 5 stars reviews from the students:

"I have struggled with HVAC and getting my head around the concepts for a very long time. I took a course on it in my postgraduate schooling, and still couldn't understand it. This course has made all of these concepts suddenly clear and I understand how to apply them. I'm only half way through but I am seriously impressed with the clarity of the information and the fantastic examples Mike has put together to drive the concepts home. Thanks for a great course!" -Zoe Zeiler

"I learned an enormous amount of info from this course. The course is very well-structured with full of information in it. This taught me a lot about HVAC Fundamentals and BMS Control as what the Course Title says. Upon finishing this Fundamental course, I felt that I have gained solid foundation and ready for more advance pertaining to HVAC subject. Great job instructor. I highly recommend this course to everyone." -Jhoe Missi

"Clear explanation of concepts for beginners such as me. Good number of examples and thought provoking problems that help you apply the taught concepts. Worth the pay." - Subashini Urkavalan

"I enjoy going over the basics all the time to keep myself in-tune and up-dated all the time. I have 25 years experience in the HVAC industry but you still learn everyday. Thank you Mike Lo for a great course and a awesome attempt to do so in English. I have again learnt alot more than I originally knew before the course." - Bruce

"Crystal clear explanation on a not so easy topic! As an HVAC electrician that is mainly involved with the controls and power, it was really useful for me to get a deeper understanding of the mechanical side of things, for which this course was perfect."  - Dries Herreman

"Course well designed. All of my doubts cleared. Good for fundamentals." -Deepak Kumar Swain

"I think it is a good match for me as a starting point and the lecture was very thorough and clear. Excellent!" - Carlos Zapata

Learning Outcomes and Content

1) Examine the refrigeration cycle processes on a pressure enthalpy diagram

  • Explain the working principle of a vapour- compression refrigeration cycle

  • Analyse the performance of refrigerant cycle by applying the pressure enthalpy diagram

  • Outline the properties of typical refrigerants

2) Evaluate the selection considerations for various types of HVAC systems

  • Describe the various types of air-conditioning systems

  • Assess the configuration of a typical chilled water system

  • Assess the building cooling load and plant efficiency in a chilled water system

3) Explain Building Management System Controls in HVAC

  • Explain controls in air handling systems (air-side)

  • Determine various ways of reducing energy consumption in the air distribution system, without penalizing Indoor Air Quality

  • Explain controls in chiller plant (water-side)

4) Evaluate the different strategies used to improve energy efficiency of the HVAC system

  • Assess the performance of chiller plant

  • Compare the various methods used to optimize chiller plant efficiency

  • Describe alternative cooling technologies that are currently being adopted

Become an HVAC PRO_The Ultimate HVAC Guide

HVAC Designer Course from Scratch to Advance Level for Career Changer, Career Accelerator or Knowledge Refresher

Created by Augmintech .com - SKILL UP FOR THE CHANGING WORLD

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Students: 1911, Price: $94.99

Students: 1911, Price:  Paid

Are You looking to change your career stream ?

or You are looking to accelerate your career

or You want to learn the ground reality of HVAC from scratch

or You want to refresh your knowledge of HVAC

You are at the right place. I'd like to share the knowledge of HVAC from Scratch to Advanced version in the most engaging and easiest manner.

Welcome to the Bestseller HVAC Course on udemy.

The HVAC course will teach you all the concepts of HVAC designing from very basic to pro level. Many animations are also used for better understanding of concepts.

Some of Our Top Reviews

Harvel Janvier

Rating: 5.0 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐out of 5

Great presentation! the course was very informative an easy to follow

Tumisho Ramoshaba

Rating: 5.0 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐out of 5

Deciding to enroll for this course was the best thing ever. Augmintech Thank you very much.

Yash Shailesh Dhanawade

Rating: 5.0 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐out of 5

A well detailed course in HVAC especially for fresher highly recommended. A well verse explanation with detailed drawings and ppts. Just loved this course Thank you Augmintech for making my knowledge richer. Hope so everyone should take benefit of this course and help themselves to level up there career

Olutayo Adeolu Olumide

Rating: 5.0 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐out of 5

The course has boost my knowledge immensely in HVAC science and HVAC design. It made me to understand those areas in HVAC that used to confuse me.

Mohammad Farooq

Rating: 5.0 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐out of 5

Loved the easy way of explaining HVAC concepts. This course is helpful for someone who is new as well as experienced folks. Learnt a lot from the videos. I was struggling to get an online course which is as detailed as this and this was just perfect. Thank you guys! Please create more courses like these.

Many sample projects are also included.

This course has been designed keeping in mind the comfort of both online and offline learners.

This is the part 1 of the course and its structure is given as follows:

1. Introduction to the HVAC World

  • Definition

  • Standard Societies

  • Roles and Responsibilities of Design Engineer

  • Steps in HVAC System Designing

2. Basic Concepts in HVAC

  • Introduction

  • Pressure

  • Heat

  • Modes Of Heat Transfer

  • Refrigerants

  • Laws Of Thermodynamics

  • Vapor Compression Cycle

  • Unit Of Refrigeration

  • COP Of Refrigeration Cycles

  • Superheating & Subcooling

3. Psychrometry

  • Humidity

  • Temperature

  • Specific Volume

  • Specific Enthalpy

  • Specific Entropy

  • Vapor Pressure

  • Density

  • Heat

  • Bypass Factor

  • Contact Factor

  • How To Read A Psychrometric Chart

4. Psychrometric Processes (Air-Conditioning Processes)

  • Simple Heating

  • Simple Cooling

  • Cooling With Dehumidification

  • Heating With Humidification

  • Adiabatic Mixing Of Two Air Streams

  • Evaporative Cooling

5. Cooling Load Calculation (MANUAL)

  • Introduction

  • Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient (U)

  • Common Load Temperature Difference (CLTD)

  • External Cooling Load

          Conduction Through Wall

          Conduction Through Roof

          Conduction Through Glass

          Solar Load Through Glass

          Conduction Through Partition

          Conduction Through Ceiling

          Conduction Through Floor

          Infiltration Load

          Ventilation Load

  • Internal Cooling Load

          People

          Lighting

          Equipment & Appliances

6. Cooling Load Calculation (E-20 excel form)

7. Cooling Load Calculation (HAP Software)

  • Getting Familiar With HAP

  • Defining Weather Properties

  • Creating Schedules

  • Defining Walls and Partitions

  • Defining Roofs, Ceilings and Floor

  • Defining Windows and Doors

  • Defining Shades

  • Creating Spaces_Part 1

  • Creating Spaces_Part 2

  • Creating Spaces_Part 3

  • Selection of HVAC System

7. Air Filters

  • Types of Air Impurities

  • Types of Air Filters

  • Quick Selection of Air Filters

8. Air terminals

  • Types of Air Terminals

  • Locating Air Terminals

  • Air Terminals Designing

  • Quick Selection of Air Terminals

9. Air Handling Unit

  • Functions of AHU

  • Types of AHU's

  • Components of AHU

You will also Learn following HVAC Software in the Course

  • HAP

  • Psychrometric Calculator

  • McQuay Duct Sizer

What else will you get?

  • Free E-20 Excel Sheet For Load Calculation

  • Doubts answered in less than 1 day

  • Free Handbooks

  • Free Data Book

  • Downloadable Files/Links of Free Software

  • Lifetime Course Access

  • Sample Buildings Plans and Elevations for Project

  • Quizzes and Assignments

  • Certificate of Completion

After the completion of the course, you will have the skill of HVAC Designer and you can design any HVAC system.

I guarantee that ANYONE can benefit from taking this course, whether it’s earning extra money, changing your career, accelerate career or quick refresher.

Go ahead and take the course and make your professional life better and easier.

About Us

Here at Augmintech, We coach engineering students and working professionals for better career opportunities. Our trainers have experience of teaching students from more than 40 countries. They understand needs of different students whether it is pace, comfort, mindset etc. They are the best creators from designing course to final delivery. We design all our courses keeping in mind the comfort of both Online and Offline Learners. Our support team makes sure that you get your doubts clarified as soon as we receive it. WE are on a mission to train Engineers in the most attractive and easiest way and make them FIELD READY. This HVAC course is the first we have launched and we intend to deliver almost all that an Engineer would require. So you can also post what next course would you like us to launch.

Enroll Now and Welcome to Augmintech !!!

HVAC (PART2) with Revit MEP & Practical Projects

your Practical Guide in the Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning with Programs & Layouts (A Complete Project Included)

Created by United Engineering - Learning By Doing

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Students: 1798, Price: $94.99

Students: 1798, Price:  Paid

"Heat ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) is one of the most important system for any building design".

Hello there,

  • If the word 'HVAC' baffles your mind and you want to master it, then this is for you.

  • If you want to start your career in HVAC design  and make money from it, then is for you.

  • If you want to learn how to design HVAC system for any Project, then this course is for you.

  • If you get bored of the word 'this course is for you', then this course is for you.

  • if you love the mechanical engineering

  • if your are a mechanical engineering student

Well, HVAC is becoming a widely-used word on everybody's tongue, and this is reasonable as most the building designs must include the heating and ventilation requirements.

So we introduce to you the HEAT VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING Design course that you need in order to get your hand on the HVAC design as this course collects most of the knowledge that you'll need in your journey.

We believe that the brain loves to keep the information that it finds applicable, and that's what we're doing here in UNITED ENGINEERING, we give you years of experience from our instructors that have been gathered in just one an interesting dose.

HVAC  also is a core branch in the mechanical engineering designing modules

Our course is structured as follows:

  1. Learn how to install a full free version of the Revit software !

  2. Take an overview on the Revit interface.

  3. Learn how to prepare the initial settings of the Revit project.

  4. learn how to link an architectural Revit project.

  5. Learn how to handle the architectural ceilings and floors to be ready for the HVAC design.

  6. Learn how to control the visibility graphics for any drawing of the building.

  7. Design the diffusers system layout on the suspended ceiling.

  8. Design the complete ducts system layout on the floor ceiling.

  9. Learn some tricks and modifications on the ducts system design to overcome any interference in the design .

  10. Create the spaces required for designing the HVAC project layout.

  11. Create the tagging process for the spaces in your HVAC project layout.

  12. make all the required thermal loads calculations with the Revit software.

  13. design the required zones inside each floor to distribute the HVAC air system.

  14. Analyze the thermal loads report out of the Revit.

  15. Learn how to work on the different routing preferences for the ducting system.

  16. Learn how to set the different mechanical settings for the ducting system.

  17. Learn how to create the shared parameters required for the tagging process.

  18. Learn how to use the different annotation tools required to complete the air system drawing.

  19. Learn how to put the shop drawing on the final template and to print it.

  20. Design the chiller system required to feed the project on the Revit software.

  21. Design the piping system required for the chiller , the Air handing unit and the pump.

  22. Learn how to make the sizing operation required for the each duct in the system.

  23. Learn how to make the sizing operation required for the each pipe in the system.

** At this course :

  • These tracks would be like a piece of cake to you.

  • We'll take you from the Scratch of Designing and Analysis.

  • You'll learn with practical exciting method in order to understand without being bored.

All you need is an open mind and the passion to be successful!

** Our help in YouCan is always available to you if you get stuck or have a question - our support is legendary in Udemy

--> So don't hesitate and click " Buy Now " button so you can begin on the right path!

HVAC Psychrometry, Air Handling System and Duct Selection

Build your knowledge systematically, from building cooling load estimation, to sizing and selection of AHU and ductings

Created by Mike Lo - Practitioner and Trainer for Building Engineers

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Students: 1323, Price: $109.99

Students: 1323, Price:  Paid

Hello! Welcome to the one of the highest rated HVAC course in Udemy! If you are starting out in the HVAC industry, or wished to gain more knowledge in an area which seems complicated and confusing to most people, you have found the right course!

My strength and approach in training is simplifying the important knowledge into something you will be able to grasp easily. In this course, I cover the air side in building air conditioning systems extensively, and will build your knowledge slowly until you reach the competency of evaluating, selecting and sizing Air Handling Units (AHU) and Air Ducts.

Applying mechanical engineering theoretical concept such as thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, you will translate these theories into valuable and applicable knowledge specific to HVAC industry. They include psychrometry, equal friction method for duct sizing, analyzing heat gain in space and even controls application using BMS!

Join me to give yourself a head start in the HVAC career!

Learning Outcomes and Content

1) Introduction to Air Handling Systems

  • Explain the working principle of air handling and fan coil unit

  • Explain the controls for pressure dependent and pressure independent VAV

  • Interpret duct drawings and BMS graphics for air-side

2) Space Cooling Load

  • Describe the three mechanisms of heat transfer

  • Identify the heat gains in a building

  • Estimate the cooling loads of a building

3) Psychrometry

  • Define the thermo-physical properties of air

  • Analysis of various air treatment processes by applying the psychrometric chart

  • Explain air conditioning processes in the building

4) AHU and Duct Selection

  • Define the components of pressure loss in an air distribution system

  • Explain the use of the equal friction method on the sizing of air distribution duct work

  • Apply the procedure for determining pressure losses in air distribution duct work

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Some 5 stars reviews from the students:

  • Once again, I take the course about HVAC at mike academy. This course is a really good, detailed explanation, and it's easy to understand.

  • It's an excellent course, and I really enjoyed the course. The concepts are detailed and clearly explained so that I could get a lot of valuable information. Very Good Job, Mike!

  • This course is great! It goes in depth for understanding how to use psychrometry and what it means in a real life system. Learning a lot!

  • Great course overall! As a HVAC Operations Engineer in the Pharmaceutical Industry, this course was a really good refresher for some basic but really important aspects and content of the HVAC Industry. Thanks Mike!

  • Excellent course. All important concepts in related to the topic are presented in a manner it is easier to understand. Highly recommended course for building operation and maintenance professionals and techs.

Refrigeration & Air conditioning – Design and calculation

Refrigeration and HVAC fundamentals, design and calculation for commercial and industrial application.

Created by Arijit Mukherjee - System Design Engineer

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Students: 577, Price: $109.99

Students: 577, Price:  Paid

This course has been designed to provide a clear knowledge of the physics, mathematical calculations and the engineering behind a Refrigeration and Air conditioning system. All the knowledge provided here are used in modern day real life applications. This course starts from basic physics and gradually moves onto design calculations and eventually sizing and selection of equipments involved in a refrigeration system.

This course content has been prepared in a way that it starts with the basic knowledge of the system and then gradually moves onto more complex topics. Thus there is no sudden information flood that will hinder the knowledge gain of the viewers. This course has been created keeping both beginners and industry professionals in mind and thus the knowledge exposure is gradual.

After the completion of this course the viewers will be confident about the design of a Refrigeration and Air conditioning system and will be able to make their own judgements and calculations regarding the efficacy of a design. The viewers might experience multiple "aaaaaah, that's how it works" moments.

The instructor is a System Design Engineer and worked in multiple companies in this industry like Frick, Lennox, Heatcraft, Zero Zone in many capacities. The instructor is well versed in the field of New Product Development and has been responsible for developing large scale refrigeration system products that are now available in the market. Like a true design engineer who should be held accountable in the field also, the instructor has been involved in installing and commissioning of various refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

HVAC Troubleshooting Algorithm

Logical, Step by Step HVAC Troubleshooting system that will allow you to identify the issue three times faster

Created by Julio Herrera - HVAC Instructor

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Students: 351, Price: $44.99

Students: 351, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to help a technician to troubleshoot an HVAC system. Using step-by-step approach, we address both common problems and the ones often overlooked. We start without tools, simply by feeling, hearing and looking. Then we move onto using actual tools.

The attendee will be shown diagrams which help to make sense of instructions pertaining to performance of certain procedures necessary to properly troubleshoot an HVAC system.

We discuss temperature probes, refrigeration gages, an anemometer, an airflow hood, information they provide and steps necessary to achieve an accurate diagnosis of the problem.

We touch on superheat and sub-cooling as well.

Have you gone to fix an AC unit only to get a call back a day or two later with a complaint the unit is still not working?

Do you have an AC unit on your property which seems to have had every part replaced and still not working?

Do you want to advance your knowledge base by acquiring the troubleshooting tools that you will be using again and again saving you time and money?

Logical, step by step troubleshooting method taught by the HVAC instructor with more than 30 years of experience.

The money spent on this webinar will we recouped just in one service call!

"During my over 30 year HVAC teaching career I’ve encountered lots of questions regarding troubleshooting HVAC systems. I realized that many of these questions repeat themselves and I developed a logical, step by step troubleshooting system which I will share with you."

Julio Herrera, Instructor

HVAC Load Calculation- Manual E-20 (Part2/3)

Detailed Step By Step Cooling & Heating Load Calculation with Project

Created by S.M. Ali (SM Techno) - Certified Trainer,MEP Design Engineer, Nlp Certified Trainer

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Students: 340, Price: $19.99

Students: 340, Price:  Paid

Learn cooling and heating load calculation in detail with Project, E-20 Chart & E-20 Excel

will begin with building survey to extract all parameters to prepare input file in detail to start load calculation

A building or room gains heat from many sources. Inside occupants, computers, copiers, machinery, and lighting all produce heat. Warm air from outside enters through open doors and windows, or as ‘leakage’ though the structure. However the biggest source of heat is solar radiation from the sun, beating down on the roof and walls, and pouring through the windows, heating internal surfaces.

The sum of all these heat sources is know as the heat gain (or heat load) of the building, and is expressed either in BTU (British Thermal Units) or Kw (Kilowatts).

For an air conditioner to cool a room or building its output must be greater than the heat gain. It is important before purchasing an air conditioner that a heat load calculation is performed to ensure it is big enough for the intended application.

Energy efficiency in HVAC

HVAC Design and energy optimization / Energy saving in HVAC / Energy efficient AC / Energy conservation in HVAC

Created by Dr Sonal Desai - Certified Energy Auditor and Green Building Consultant

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Students: 202, Price: $94.99

Students: 202, Price:  Paid

Benefits of the course

  • Why HVAC consumes major power in any Industry / Commercial or residential buildings

  • HVAC working system with easy to understand diagrams.

  • Terminologies related to HVAC

  • Refrigerants and properties of refrigerants

  • Compressors used in HVAC, their working and selection

  • How to save Energy in cold chain and ventilation system

  • Performance evaluation of HVAC

  • Energy saving methods like Proper sizing, heat recovery, VFD and VAV system, Insulation, Underfloor cooling

  • Design approach for sustainable Architect

HVAC MASTER CLASS: HVAC AIR DISTRIBUTION DESIGN

Design and Size HVAC Air Terminals based on the HVAC Industry Best Practices Combining Theory and Application

Created by Elite Educational & Professional Academy - Mechanical Engineer with Honors| Project Manager | Educator

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Students: 176, Price: $19.99

Students: 176, Price:  Paid

The HVAC design Process has many variables that cover multiple aspects and it takes Knowledge and Experience in order to be able to create and design a system that works and meets the requirements.

In this Course We Address the Design and Sizing of Air Distribution Terminals of the HVAC Ducting System. In which we will learn how to carry out the design steps to properly and efficiently select, locate and Size the air terminals based on best practices and design criteria.

The Course provides knowledge and expertise by experts from the Field of HVAC with years in the industry along with exceptional educational backgrounds and who are certified Educators & Teachers. Therefore you will be receiving quality Education that supports your professional growth and development.

  • The Course is a premium Master Class.

  • The Information is provided by specialists in the field.

  • The Master Class Covers aspects that surely you will not find it elsewhere.

  • The Course will equip you the knowledge and practice to apply what you learn in real life projects rather than theory based teaching.

Introduction to Centrifugal Pumps (HVAC and Engineering)

Learn all of the centrifugal pump's components, how it works, common problems and how to solve them. Ideal for HVAC!

Created by saVRee 3D - saVRee.com. High quality online engineering courses.

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Students: 156, Price: $24.99

Students: 156, Price:  Paid

The centrifugal pump is the most common and widely used pump today. Its simple construction, low maintenance and low cost, have made it an ideal pump for widespread commercial application.

In this course, you will learn:

  • How a centrifugal pump works.

  • All of the centrifugal pumps main components.

  • Different impeller and centrifugal pump designs.

  • How to read a pump performance curve.

  • How to identify pump faults.

  • And a lot more!

The course is designed to take you from zero to hero concerning centrifugal pump knowledge. Even if you already have some background knowledge, this course will serve as an efficient refresher. Whatever your level of understanding, or engineering background (HVAC, fire safety, oil and gas, mechanical engineering, refrigeration, chemical engineering, power engineering etc.), we can guarantee you will have never taken an engineering course like this one (unless you have taken one of our other courses...).

Why this course?

Because saVRee and saVRee lite have trained over 5,000 students on Udemy with an average paid course rating of 4.7/5.0!

Interactive 3D models are used extensively to show you each individual pump component and how these components work together to complete useful work. We strongly recommend you checkout the free preview videos before signing-up because we know you won't be disappointed.

The course is packed with 2D images, 2D animations, interactive 3D models and 3D animations.

Written content has been read aloud so that you can 'learn on the go' without needing to watch the screen constantly.

Don't waste more time reading this course description, check-out the free preview videos and the curriculum, then make an informed decision.

Hope to see you on the course!

Centrifugal Pump Basics (Mechanical Engineering & HVAC)

Learn about centrifugal pumps! Learn all of a centrifugal pump's main components and how it works!

Created by saVRee lite - saVRee.com. High quality online engineering courses.

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Students: 128, Price: $19.99

Students: 128, Price:  Paid

Centrifugal pumps are the most common type of pump in service today. They have a simple design, robust features and are suitable for many engineering applications. If you are working in any engineering industry, it is almost certain you will encounter a centrifugal pump. But what are they and how do they work? Time to find out!

In this course, you will learn:

  • How centrifugal pumps work.

  • All of a centrifugal pump's components (volute casing, diffuser, etc.).

  • Different centrifugal pump designs (axial, radial, etc.).

  • Working principles of a centrifugal pump (Bernoulli's principle).

  • Different impeller types and designs (open, closed etc.).

  • Different sealing types and designs (mechanical seal etc.).

  • Single and multistage pump designs.

  • And a lot more!

This course will give you all the information you need to know about centrifugal pumps and can also be used later as a refresher course. Irrespective of your engineering background (oil and gas, chemical engineering, HVAC, mechanical engineering, automotive engineering etc.), this course will enrich your engineering career because centrifugal pumps are truly everywhere!

Why this course?

Because saVRee and saVRee lite have trained over 5,000 students on Udemy with an average course rating of 4.7/5.0!

Interactive 3D models have been used to show you every pump component in detail.

3D animations show how each component works.

2D images have been used to highlight areas of interest.

Check out some of the free preview videos to learn more, you won't be disappointed!

All purchases come with a 30 days refund option.

saVRee lite courses are extracts taken from our main -and much longer- saVRee courses. Please do not purchase this course if you have already purchased our Introduction to Centrifugal Pumps course.

Hope to see you on the course!

Revit MEP – Mechanical / HVAC systems

Energy and mechanical design with BIM

Created by AulaGEO Academy - Specialists in GIS - BIM - LAND and Smart process training

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Students: 116, Price: $94.99

Students: 116, Price:  Paid

In this course we will concentrate on the use of Revit tools that assist us in performing energy analysis of buildings. We will see how to enter energy information in our model and how to export this information for treatment outside of Revit.

In the final section, we will pay attention to creating logical duct and pipe systems, creating those elements, and using the Revit engine to design sizes and verify performance.

HVAC complete Guide of its practical Installations On-Site

Learn about the practical installations of the different components of HVAC for MEP engineers & technicians | in English

Created by Mohamed Zidan - MEP Construction manager

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Students: 114, Price: $94.99

Students: 114, Price:  Paid

***** Recent Student 5 stars Reviews *****

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Very interesting course. This will give me confident to design centralized air conditioning system on the projects."

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Good practical videos from the site, I hope to watch more."

In this course, you will learn & watch the practical installations of:

- Chillers

- Primary Chilled Water Pumps

- Secondary Chilled Water Pumps

- Air Handling Unit (AHU)

- Fan Coil Unit (FCU)

- Air Separators

- Expansion Tanks

- Fire Dampers

- Smoke Fire Dampers

- Sound Attenuator

- Variable Air Volume

- Types of HVAC ducts

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- Many other videos you will discover in this course.

HVAC System Commissioning Procedures

Learn the modern techniques of HVAC system commissioning , Experience by implementing them and Develop your skills

Created by Y S Rao - B-Tech in Mech. Engineer, Author, Certified Energy Manager.

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Students: 85, Price: $59.99

Students: 85, Price:  Paid

Needless to say, that there had been a remarkable development in HVAC domain in the recent times and that too within last 1-2 decades. With the evolving highly sophisticated technology equipments in HVAC industry, smart equipments have emerged and conventional system designs are replaced by highly innovative system designs. It is the time for HVAC commissioning professionals to gear up for “On priority commissioning” calls.

An HVAC system that is poorly commissioned can never be able to deliver the intended performance. So it is highly imperative to learn the appropriate methods of commissioning an HVAC system and implement those methods at job sites. To help the HVAC professionals making an HVAC project perform successfully, all the relevant information has been shared in this course titled "HVAC System Commissioning Procedures".

Seamless efforts have been made to design this course to help, all the able and learned professionals of HVAC fraternity realize the importance of implementing the right techniques for commissioning an HVAC system. This course is the outcome of the relentless efforts that author has made while designing and structuring this course.

Furthermore, after completing all the lectures of this course, aspiring professionals from HVAC background will be able to understand how the best practices of system/plant commissioning works in the practical world and will also understand the key benefits of application of information shared in the course.

Plate Heat Exchanger Fundamentals (HVAC & Engineering)

Learn about the plate heat exchanger! Components, design, how it works, maintenance and more!

Created by saVRee lite - saVRee.com. High quality online engineering courses.

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Students: 83, Price: $19.99

Students: 83, Price:  Paid

Many machines, and almost all industrial processes, require some form of heat transfer. Designing machinery to transfer heat in an efficient and safe manner is not a 'nice to have', its a necessity. Despite the numerous processes that require heat transfer, only two heat exchangers are commonly used today, the shell and tube type, and the plate type. This course covers the plate heat exchanger in great detail. You will learn:

  • All of a plate heat exchanger's components.

  • How plate heat exchangers work.

  • Different plate heat exchanger designs.

  • How to vary the cooling capacity of a plate heat exchanger.

  • Tips and tricks when assembling and disassembling a plate heat exchanger.

  • Maintenance tasks associated with a plate heat exchanger.

  • Advantages and Disadvantages associated with a plate heat exchanger.

This course gives you all the information you need to know about the plate heat exchanger and can also be used later as a refresher course. Irrespective of your engineering background (oil and gas, chemical engineering, HVAC, mechanical engineering, automotive engineering etc.), this course will enrich your engineering career because heat exchangers are so common!

Interactive 3D models are used extensively to show you all of a plate heat exchanger's components and how it works. Checkout the free preview videos before signing-up because we know you won't be disappointed!

The course is packed with 2D images, 2D animations and 3D animations.

Written content has been read aloud so that you can 'learn on the go' without needing to watch the screen constantly.

Don't waste more time reading this course description, check-out the free preview videos and the curriculum, then make an informed decision.

All purchases come with a 30 days refund policy.

Hope to see you on the course!

Water Conservation Measures In HVAC Systems

Learn the water saving techniques in HVAC system, Excel the cost savings by implementing them and Develop your abilities

Created by Y S Rao - B-Tech in Mech. Engineer, Author, Certified Energy Manager.

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Students: 62, Price: $29.99

Students: 62, Price:  Paid

Water-cooled chilled water administered HVAC systems do not heat and cool indoor air directly. Instead, these systems use water as a heat exchange medium for cooling and heating in large commercial building applications. Even in industrial environments water, is used for cooling production. When these HVAC systems are set up inappropriately, maintained carelessly, and not taken care of properly, they cause water losses considerably. The water losses that occur due to flawed installation, ineffective maintenance programs and uncared approach for HVAC systems bring a significant amount of unnecessary expenses. The unnecessary additional expenditure attributes to dampened walls, spoiled ceilings, wet floor accidents, water outsourcing, system performance declination, and frequent breakdowns. The intent of having HVAC systems in large commercial buildings is for comfort delivery to the occupants. A significant amount of water losses in HVAC systems result in washing away the earnings due to unnecessary frequent maintenances and discomfort to the occupants who offer business. The outcome of unsatisfied building occupants is mostly business disruption.

This course focuses on the various sources of water losses in HVAC systems, their immediate solutions, and the quantification of savings realised in several forms. Thus, this course will be of great use to all facility managers, engineering heads and maintenance engineers who play a pivotal role in commercial buildings, hotels and hospitals.

HVAC Concepts :Pychrometry ,Load Calculations,Chiller Design

Easy Learning

Created by Prof Dr Mahesh Shelar - Professor and Engineer

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Students: 62, Price: $34.99

Students: 62, Price:  Paid

Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning has wide  applications in homes,hospitals,malls,theaters and industries.Students interested in pursuing career in HVAC industry or practicing engineers or professionals sometimes need to brush up their concepts .This course is designed to introduce HVAC Fundamentals.Students pursuing diploma in engineering,bachelors in engineering especially from mechanical engineering background will benefit from this course.

Cooling Tower for HVAC and Power Plant

Energy Saving in cooling tower / Performance evaluation of cooling tower / Troubleshooting in cooling tower

Created by Dr Sonal Desai - Certified Energy Auditor and Green Building Consultant

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Students: 45, Price: $94.99

Students: 45, Price:  Paid

Benefits of the course

About Cooling Tower

Applications of Cooling Tower

Types of Cooling Tower

Natural and Artificial cooling tower

Performance of CT like approach, range, effectiveness, capacity, COC blowdown, drift/ Fill material

Components of Cooling Tower

Different materials of cooling tower

Sizing of Cooling Tower

Reducing water loss in CT

Reduce blowdown in Cooling Tower

Maintenance of Cooling Tower

Minimize corrosion and scale in Cooling Tower

Variable frequency drives for Cooling Tower

Evaluate performance of existing cooling tower

Troubleshooting of cooling tower

Checklist of energy saving in cooling tower

HVAC Control Drawings

Let's find out what the HVAC control drawings and how to understand/make them.

Created by 훈상 (Hoon-Sang) 윤 (Yun) - Automatic Control Engineer

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Students: 30, Price: $94.99

Students: 30, Price:  Paid

It was really difficult for me when I started my career in the automation field. There was not much information for the technologies. And I didn't even know where to find it. I want to share my know-how about the HVAC control drawings in this course. I hope it would be helpful for you who want to enhance his or her capability.

Enjoy this course and please let me know if you have any question. I will reply it as soon as possible. Let's be better engineer together.

Best regards,

HS Yun

HVAC Lessons Learned

Understanding HVAC functions and project management know-how by studying case of failures from the EPC projects

Created by 훈상 (Hoon-Sang) 윤 (Yun) - Automatic Control Engineer

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Students: 28, Price: $94.99

Students: 28, Price:  Paid

I tried to put my experience for HVAC systems into this lecture. It includes my know-how I have earned while working as a HVAC engineer for EPC projects in Middle East for major oil refinery and petro-chemical companies since 2010.

I had lots of trouble when I stared work as a HVAC engineer in Qatar in 2010 since there was nobody who let me know about functions of the HVAC system. After finishing 4 EPC projects I get to understand about how to handle the HVAC projects.

I added 14 cases of failure I have encountered while working for EPC projects. After checking them and their solutions, I believe that you will get to know what the HVAC functions are and how to configure them. Furthermore, I hope you would get hints for finding the cause and solution easily and fast when you need to handle the HVAC system with problem.

We will discuss about the equipment and instrument to configure the below HVAC functions during the lecture.

· Heating

· Ventilating

· Air Conditioning

· Controlling Air Quality

· Preventing Fire & Smoke Spread

· Humidifying

· Energy Saving

· Noise Control

· Flow Control

· Pressurization

And I will explain the requirements for each HVAC function. For example, fire dampers shall get certified from UL to be used an EPC project. And if you have any query, please let me know through feedback or email.

Good luck.

HVAC Career Success : Plan Your HVAC Career with this Course

HVAC Career Exploration , HVAC Professionals Salary Ranges , HVAC Career Path Progression and HVAC Industries to Work in

Created by Elite Educational & Professional Academy - Mechanical Engineer with Honors| Project Manager | Educator

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Students: 28, Price: $19.99

Students: 28, Price:  Paid

The HVAC field is surely a broad and confusing field since it is too Dynamic. Where to start ? What is HVAC ? What do you in such a Field ? How much Can you earn from working in it ? These are a couple questions that every professional considering a career in the HVAC field would be asking.

This Course will answer many of those questions and cover extensive details from within the field that will help you do the following:

  • Understand the field of HVAC

  • Learn about the different applications of such a field

  • What you need to have in order to enter the industry

  • The various roles that could be covered as an HVAC professional in multiple industries

  • The potential Career Paths for HVAC professionals

  • The salary ranges based on experience level and geographic location

  • Save time from experimenting in the field of HVAC

  • Discover which area of the HVAC industry that suits your profile

Most Importantly this course will allow you to understand and comprehend the various roles that HVAC professionals could fill in various industries and how are they interlinked which will surely help you develop a better understanding of the profession in the HVAC field.

The Course is designed and taught by a Project Manager who worked in the field of HVAC extensively covering various industries that span over Construction , Oil& Gas , Maintenance and Facility Management thus you are learning straight from teachers who actually worked in the field and are providing quality information based on valuable experience

Step by Step Design of 950TR HVAC Plant Room in Revit 2020

Learn Complete Workflow of Revit from Design to Documentation by Building a Real Time HVAC Plant Room Project

Created by Design Experts - MEP - Mechanical Engineer at Mott Macdonald

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Students: 23, Price: $24.99

Students: 23, Price:  Paid

THIS COURSE IS DIVIDED INTO 3 SECTIONS, WHICH ARE

1. DESIGN & MODELLING

2. PROJECT ESTIMATION

3.PROJECT DOCUMENTATION.

DETAILED COURSE SYLLABUS IS AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION 1 - DESIGN & MODELLING

1. UNDERSTANDING PROJECT BRIEF

2. LINKING CAD FILE IN REVIT

3. CREATING ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS(FLOOR/WALLS/FOUNDATIONS)

4. HOW TO ADD MATERIALS ON EQUIPMENTS

5. CHILLED WATER PIPE SIZING (CARRIER STD)

6. PLACING EQUIPMENTS(CHILLER/PUMPS/COOLING TOWER)

7. HOW TO CREATE PIPE TYPES

8. HOW TO CREATE PIPING SYSTEMS(CHWS/CHWR/CWS&R)

9. PLACEMENT OF HEADER PIPES

10. ADDING BRANCH CONNECTIONS TO CHILLER/PUMPS (AUTOMATIC & MANUALLY)

11.CHILLER HOOKUP

12.PUMP HOOKUP

13.COOLING TOWER HOOKUP

14.PLACEMENT OF VALVES & ACCESSORIES REQUIRED FOR CHILLER , PUMP ,COOLING TOWER.

SECTION 2 - PROJECT ESTIMATION

1. INTRODUCTION TO PARAMETERS

2. CLASSIFICATION OF PARAMETERS.

3. HOW TO CREATE SHARED PARAMETERS.

4. ESTIMATION OF TOTAL PIPE QUANTITY IN REVIT

5. SCHEDULE PREPARATION FOR CHILLED WATER & CONDENSER WATER PIPE.

6. ESTIMATION OF TOTAL PIPE COST USING SCHEDULES (BOQ PREPARATION).

7. ESTIMATION OF TOTAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY

8. ESTIMATION OF TOTAL VALVES QUANTITY.

9. HOW TO PREPARE A DETAILED CHILLER SCHEDULE.

10.HOW TO PREPARE A DETAILED HVAC PUMPS SCHEDULE

11.HOW TO PREPARE A DETAILED COOLING TOWER SCHEDULE

SECTION 3 - PROJECT DOCUMENTATION

1. HOW TO CREATE & EDIT A TAG

2. WORKING WITH TEXTS

3. HOW TO DETAIL A FLOOR PLAN

4. HOW TO CREATE & APPLY VIEW FILTERS.

5. HOW TO CREATE & APPLY VIEW TEMPLATE.

6. HOW TO CREATE & EDIT SHEETS.

7. HOW TO CREATE A DETAILED SECTION VIEW

8. HOW TO CREATE AN EQUIPMENTS SCHEDULE SHEET.

9. HOW TO CREATE A DRAWING LIST

10.HOW TO ADD REVISIONS ON SHEET

11.PRINTING & PLOTTING SETTINGS IN REVIT.

12.CONVERTING REVIT TO PDF

13.CONVERTING REVIT TO CAD

HVAC : Ventilation and smoke exhaust. Full project

Ventilation and smoke exhaust course for HVAC engineers. Full project + tips and tricks

Created by Negrea Paul - HVAC Engineer with over 5 years experience

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Students: 21, Price: $94.99

Students: 21, Price:  Paid

This is the course you need that will teach you how to create a ventilation project from start to finish.

I have an experience of more than five years in ventilation and I encountered all type of technical problems regarding ventilation and smoke exhaust and found solutions to all of these and now I am ready to share my knowledge with others.

In this course together we will create a ventilation project from scratch, it has included all that you need to know about ventilation and smoke exhaust, and at the end of this course you will be able to create projects yourself and easily get the job that you want. Aside of the whole project that we will create, I have included lessons about duct dimensioning, air terminal selection, air flow calculations, benefits of ventilation, what are the principles of ventilation in different types of spaces, types of ventilation, how to choose the right ventilation equipments, how to create external reference files and more. I will provide you with all the resources that you need in your day to day work, so you don’t have to create them yourself. These are excel files, site references and valuable tips and tricks that I acquired over the years, so you will be able to start your career ahead of everyone else.

That being said, I am waiting for you to start or develop your engineering career !

HVAC Duct and Fan systems ( Learn to calculate duct size, lo

HVAC,Ducts,Fan selection

Created by Prof Dr Mahesh Shelar - Professor and Engineer

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Students: 20, Price: $29.99

Students: 20, Price:  Paid

This course is for those interested in HVAC Systems,In a series of courses on HVAC systems by Prof Dr Mahesh Shelar different aspects of HVAC systems are being covered.This one is related to air distribution system.Prof Dr Mahesh Shelar a certified Energy Auditor,Consultant and Professor teaching many interesting courses including HVAC for last 22 years has designed this course and presented this to help students as well as engineers and tehnicians interested in HVAC.

The course introduces first with central air conditioning systems .The focus is then on HVAC Duct systems.Both concepts and practical insights are blended in this course.

HVAC ducts design or selection of fan systems to move the air would require an understanding of how the pressure changes in the duct and HVAC equipments and more importantly how  to calculate this pressure drop.

Introduction to Ducts,Introduction to friction charts,Introduction to duct design methods as well as calculation of fitting losses in beds,enlargements,tees,etc  along with pressure drop in  straight ducts and apparatus and finally fan selection based on fan total pressure.

Lecture 1 :How refrigeration and ac cools

Lecture 2 : Introduction to Central AC

Lecture 3 : Duct system introduction,classification etc

Lecture 4 : Duct design methods

lecture 5 :Use of friction chart

Lecture 6 : Fan selection by calculating FTP or external static pressure

Lecture 7 : Pressure drop calculations Basics

Lecture 8: Problem/Numerical explaining calculation of FTP

Making HVAC Schedules

Let's understand how to make project schedule for HVAC construction and commissioning

Created by 훈상 (Hoon-Sang) 윤 (Yun) - Automatic Control Engineer

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Students: 17, Price: $94.99

Students: 17, Price:  Paid

A schedule is one of the basic tools for the project management. It is not easy to understand for beginners because it has several unfamiliar words such as critical path (CP), level of schedule, work breakdown structure (WBS) and so on. But while working as a project engineer for more than 14 years I have been dealt with it continuously. In other words, project engineers should know how to understand, update and change it.

It is the main reason for me to prepare this course. I will share you my know-how of handling HVAC project schedules. If you need to deal with a HVAC project, you need to understand about the schedule thoroughly. You can use this course not only for understanding the basic of the schedule but developing your own one.

We will discuss about the below activities.

· Introduction

· Definitions

· How to make schedules

· How to utilize schedules

· Duct Work Schedule - Practice

· Commissioning - Concept

· Commissioning - Practice

· How to update schedules

From this course, you will get ideas about how to review, manage and make the HVAC project schedules including construction and commissioning.

For your information, in this course I don't use any special programs such as Primavera or MS project. Please take other course if you want to know how to use them.

I hope you would understand about the HVAC project management after taking this course.

Good luck.

HVAC – AAON Rooftop Unit Wattmaster Controls VCCX Training

Learn how to configure AAON Wattmaster Controllers

Created by Troy Roberge - AAON Controls and Technical Training Expert

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Students: 15, Price: $49.99

Students: 15, Price:  Paid

This course is intended for Commercial HVAC Technicians who work on AAON Units. The lessons in this course will teach you how to master the key concepts below. The course will be updated as required and requested, so please do request additional content when you join this course. Currently the course has 4.5 hours of lectures that will give you critical training to better configure and troubleshoot your AAON units! Find me on my website if you have questions for me!

Key Concepts Currently Covered

  • Understanding AAON controls options

  • Connecting to an AAON controller with a laptop with PRISM installed

  • Configuring and adjusting Setpoints of Wattmaster controllers

  • Configuring Sub-Modules such as Modgas boards and Reheat boards

  • Setting up BACnet on VCBX & VCCX controllers

  • Navigating and Adjusting Yaskawa VFD settings (Z1000, J1000)

Update(s)

  • Handheld Service Tool Navigation (Jan 22 2020)

Once you have completed this course you will have a very good understanding of Wattmaster configurations and setpoints and it will allow you to more quickly troubleshoot your AAON units that have onboard controls. Additionally, Yaskawa VFD's can be challenging to understand how to adjust them at first. I show you how, and once you understand the navigation, it is incredibly easy to program them yourselves!

With 10 years of experience working on AAON controllers, I will be able to give you the foundation to properly set up most Wattmaster controllers in minutes.

Basic Automation for HVAC

Basic things we need to know to handle HVAC control systems

Created by 훈상 (Hoon-Sang) 윤 (Yun) - Automatic Control Engineer

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Students: 11, Price: $94.99

Students: 11, Price:  Paid

While working as a HVAC engineer for EPC projects in Middle East, I have encounter lots of coworkers who have had difficulties with handling automatic control systems. I understand their situation. Because they have majored mechanical engineering, it is natural for them. But nowadays, we cannot work without dealing with automatic control systems even though our major are mechanical engineering.

This is the main reason why I decide to make this course. I want to help the people who need to handle automatic control systems but have mechanical engineering degree. I try to make this course as easy as possible. But, if you have anything difficult to understand, please let me know. I will reply to your question as soon as possible. 

In this course, we will discuss the below.

  • Basic 3 components for the automatic system

  • Controller

  • Sensor

  • Actuator

  • Local vs remote control

  • Typical HVAC Configuration

  • Redundancy

  • Changeover

  • Optimal Start

  • interface with F&G

  • Emergency Power Mode

  • Sequences for HCP

If you work for a project, you will encounter the above words everyday. If you are not familiar with them like other mechanical engineers I met while working, they will be your best enemies who never die.

Let's study about the HVAC automatic control system together. I hope this course would help you become a better engineer.

Thanks and good luck.

HS Yun

Learn to do experiments and performance estimation in HVAC

Learning by doing

Created by Prof Dr Mahesh Shelar - Professor and Engineer

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Students: 8, Price: $39.99

Students: 8, Price:  Paid

HVAC ,Heating Ventilation and Air conditioning Principles are best learned in laboratory by doing experiments on test rigs .This course helps students to practically see the equipments ,understand by seeing how the experiments are performed,what observations are recorded and ultimately to calculate the performance of the refrigeration system.This course is designed by Dr Prof Mahesh who has a 22 years experience in teaching this course to his students in classroom and laboratory sessions.The course starts with an interesting explanation on the vapour compression test rig and ice plant test rig .Professor physically shows all the components of refrigeration system and shows the measuring instruments  and explains how and why observations are taken.After watching video lectures on how experiments are conducted students gain confidence in performing those experiments ans start to appreciate the concepts of HVAC. Detailed explanation of the calculations in the subsequent lectures help the students to understand the ways the peformance of HVAC Systems is estimated .Practical understanding of vapour compression test rig and ice plant test rig helps students to gain confidence in estimation of similar performance of actual systems found in homes,hospitals,hotels and industry.

Key take aways from this course

Practical understanding of vapour compression refrigeration technology used in HVAC system

Practical understanding of ice plant factory technology

Performance calculations of refrigeration technology

Coolng load calculation and psychometric process understanding in HVAC systems