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

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

Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 3.66 GB | Duration: 10 hours
What you'll learn
Design any HVAC system for any type of buildings.
Apply all the HVAC designs with the HAP software.
Design all the HVAC thermal loads calculations on the Excel software.
Design all the HVAC thermal load calculations with the manual calculations.
Read and Analyze AutoCAD architectural layouts .
Design the chiller systems and its required calculations.
Design the Ducts systems and their required calculations.
Design the Air-terminal Systems and their required calculations.
Understand all the Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning fundamentals and basic concepts.
Understand some thermodynamics fundamentals that are basics for the HVAC design.
Work perfectly on the HAP Software.
Work perfectly on the Excel Software.
Work on the AutoCAD Software.
Requirements
No prior experience is needed.
Just the passion to learn within your heart and leave the rest for us!
Description
"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:
Discuss some thermodynamic for heating and ventilation fundamentals that will be the basics of that course.
Analyse the psychometric chart and learn how to use it.
Design the thermal loads for any project with the manual calculations.
Learn how to enter the standard handbooks like ASHRAE.
Use the Excel software to design the thermal load calculations automatically.
Apply with a practical project to calculate its total thermal loads with Excel.
Learn all the required details about the HAP software to implement your HVAC project automatically.
Design the air terminals system required for your HVAC project.
Design the Ducts system required for you HVAC project.
Learn about the direct expansion HVAC system and its different types.
Learn about the chiller HVAC systems and its different types.
Design the chiller system required pumping and piping systems.
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!
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Who this course is for:
Mechanical engineers
Mechanical engineering students
HVAC designers
Fluid mechanics students
Heat Ventilation and Air Conditioning students
Anyone who need to construct his HVAC project
Energy engineers
HAP designing students
Revit MEP students
Autocad mechanical students
Plumbing students
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