HVAC Designing

MEP Training

When we walk through a commercial building we never get to see live naked Electrical wirings hanging out, pipelines going up and down inside the building and even the ventilation is designed into the structure that it looks like a piece of art. There are structures where it is visible in rare cases where it becomes a part of the aesthetics of interior design itself. There are many reasons to this. Just like the strength of a building’s structure, there are equal importance for a proper Ventilation (heat management & air circulation), Electrical System (from power grid to various outputs) and Plumbing (that includes water supply & sewage disposal) which adds up to MEP (Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing). This is because as any wrong move can cost lot of money and even life itself at times. MEP designs are made at the time of structural design itself, so as to get the government’s approval for construction if they are satisfy various public health norms. MEP also includes the design of firefighting systems installed. MEP designs play a huge role in the life and safety of a building. MIT offers you a detailed training in MEP, walking you through global standards.

HVAC Designing

HVAC Training at Solve Tech training

At Solve Tech training, our goal is to help our students to a brighter and better future. In addition to customizing the course as per your specific requirements and needs, we strive to help our students reach their career objectives. If you want to learn more about our HVAC training program, write to us on info@solvetechtraining.com

Benefits of HVAC Design Training

From understanding the various types of building systems and chillers to learning software such as McQuay Pipe Sizer and HAP 5.0, our training program comprehensively covers all that is necessary with regard to HVAC designing

Here at Solve Tech training, our HVAC design training course is tailored for those professionals who want to enhance their skills in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. students will learn a number of advanced skills such as designing and implementing HVAC systems using software’s like HAP, Duct Sizer, Pipe Size and manual calculations, and the use of psychometric processes. Our HVAC training course is highly recommended for mechanical engineers who wish to advance their careers or continue their studies. The classes at our institute are delivered by MEP-professionals. The course will also prove useful to those individuals who are dealing with HVAC products and services.

Course Outlet
  • Scope of HVAC Industry with overview of Consulting & Construction Industry
  • Concepts of Airconditioning systems
  • Principleso f Air Conditioning systems
  • Refrigerant cycle
  • Window Air Conditioning
  • Split Air Conditioning
  • VRV–Air Conditioning
  • VRV PROJECT DESIGN, ESTIMATION, BOQ
  • Central Air Conditioning system
  • Psychometric chart
  • properties of air
  • Basics of Heat transferina building envelop
  • understanding of Outdoor & Indoor conditions
  • Heat Gain Through Glass
  • Heat Gain Through Wall
  • Heat Gain Through Partition
  • Heat Gain Through Roof / Ceiling
  • Heat Gain Through Infiltration
  • Heat Gain Through Ventilation
  • Heat Gain Through People
  • Heat Gain Through Kitchen Appliances / Electrical
  • Components of Air distribution system
  • Dampers
  • Types of Diffusers
  • Grills
  • Duct size calculation manual & using software
  • Heat Load Calculation Manua l& E20 calculation excel software
  • HAP Software (software shall be provided to students)
  • U –Value selection
  • SampleHAPcalculations
  • Types of Ducts, Ducts Fittings
  • Duct designing – Equal friction method and Equal Velocity Method.
  • Duct Aspect ratio and duct sizing
  • Duct Materials selection and gauges selection
  • McQuay duct sizer software
  • Sample duct designing
  • Chilled Water system pipe designing
  • Chilled water and Hot water GPM calculation
  • District cooling system
  • Friction loss calculation for the piping system
  • Friction loss instraight pipes
  • Friction loss in Fittings
  • Valves used in chilled water system
  • Calculating TDH for pump (open piping system and closed piping system)

Benefits of learning HVAC Designing at Solve Tech Training Institute

  • Our experienced professionals are instructing this course.
  • Solve Tech provides you the facility to schedule the classes according to your availability.
  • Following each session, you'll receive the course material for your own future reference.
  • You will receive an internationally recognised certification after completing the course.

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