Fundamentals of HVAC Systems
This course provides an overview of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems and their components used for indoor environment quality and thermal comfort in buildings. The course reviews physical concepts and practical considerations used in the design of HVAC systems.
This course can be applied to the Facility Management Certificate.
Victor G. Niño is the founder of EcoBalance Technologies LLC, an engineering firm that applies innovative technologies to reduce environmental impact and guarantee a sustainable and healthy built environment for future generations. He holds both a PhD in mechanical engineering ... read more
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Explore fundamental concepts considered in HVAC system design
- Identify equipment and components used for indoor environment quality and thermal comfort
- Learn the vapor-compression cycle and variables considered in the selection of its components
- Interpret parameters and methods used for heating and cooling load calculations for different types of buildings with the emphasis on single-zone systems
- Learn the fundamentals of indoor environment quality and the role of ventilation, filtration and other mechanisms to promote healthier environments
- Apply emerging technologies in the HVAC industry to improve energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality and sustainability
Module 1 – Purpose of HVAC systems
Module 2 – Air-Conditioning Processes and Applications
Module 3 – Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation
Module 4 – The Vapor-Compression Cycle
Module 5 – Heating and Cooling Load Calculations
Module 6 – Single and Multiple Zone Systems
Module 7 – Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
Date: Open enrollment – Register anytime
Delivery Method: On-Demand Online
Instructor: Victor Niño
CEUs: 1.4, PDHs: 14
Program Number: 4810-15312Registration opens Sat, July 1.