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Energy, power and calculating flow rates in HVAC training

Learn how to calculate the quantities of heat required to heat a mass, heat losses, calculate transmitted flow rates by knowledge of thermal capacities and much more. Very important course! A level to HND level.

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Description of the training Energy, power and calculating flow rates in HVAC :

 

Energy and Heat

 

Objective:
To be able to calculate the quantities of heat required to heat a mass.

Level: A level and HND
Guidance: This course is important given current developments, but we will only study the first 3 § for School Certificate to A level learning, or if we are not directly concerned by the calculation of heat quantities.
If we are to deal with the last 4 § of this E-book, detailed knowledge of the E-book, “Mass, volume, and density in HVAC” is necessary.

 

Power in HVAC

 

Objective:
To understand the relation between power and energy

Level: A level equivalent to HND
Guidance: This course is important given current developments, but we will only study the first 3 paragraphs for School Certificate and A level. This E-book is completed by the E-books “Practical calculation of water and air flows, parts 1 and 2.

Calculating water and air flow rates – Part 1

 

Objective:
To be able to calculate transmitted thermal power by the knowledge of flow rates and temperature difference ranges of water and air.

Level: A level standard
Guidance: This course with the E-book “Water and air flow rate measuring – part 2” deals with the main formulas used in our professional sector.
Mastering this is essential when dealing with the design and operation of new and existing systems.

 Calculating water and air flow rates – Part 2

 

Objective:
To be able to calculate transmitted flow rates by knowledge of thermal capacities and differences between flow and return temperature, with water and air.

Level: A level standard
Guidance: This course, part 2 of “Calculating water and air flow rate – Part 1” deals with the use of the principal formula useful in our professional sector. Its understanding is essential when dealing with the design and operation of new and existing systems.

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