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    Become a HVAC Professional - Part 1/3- Fundamentals & Basics

    What you'll learn

    1. Basic Definitions of HVAC
    2. Units in HVAC| Tonne and Kilo Watts
    3. Components of AC Systems
    4. Vapour Compression Cycle
    5. Direct Expansion AC Systems
    6. Chilled Water AC Systems
    7. Types of Chillers Systems
    8. Difference in VRF & VRV
    9. Lock Rotor Ampere & Full Load Ampere
    10. Intro to AHU's and Cooling Towers
    11. Duct & Duct Types
    12. Aspect Ratio Calculation in DUCT
    13. Duct Fittings and types
    14. Duct Accessories and types
    15. Primary & Secondary Piping Systems
    16. Condenser Piping System
    Become a HVAC Professional - Part 1/3- Fundamentals & Basics

    No Previous HVAC or Field Experience require
    Any one Can Join who has basic science knowledge

    Welcome to the HVAC course, this is the Part 1 of the series ''Become a HVAC Professional'' | in Part 1 you will able to learn Fundamentals & Basics of Air Conditioning Systems.

    This is the only course taught by a Mechanical Engineer

    After the completion of this course, you can get a Full-time job in the HVAC industry.

    I will be permanently updating content so you can be Up-To date with the industry.

    I was involved in the Design & installation of HVAC Systems in United Arab Emirates (Dubai).

    This course is designed for complete Beginners, I tried to cover relevant topics in the industry.


    The Fundamentals of HVAC

    ASHRAE Standards and Comfort Zones

    Function of Air Conditioning

    Societies involve in HVAC

    Basic Physics Involve in HVAC

    Units in HVAC (Ton & Kilo Watt)

    Sensible and Latent Heats

    Psychometric Analysis

    Reading a Psychometric Chart

    ASHRAE Psychometric Software

    Properties of Air

    Dry Bulb & Wet Bulb Temperatures

    Relative Humidity & Humidity Ratios

    Dew Point Temperature

    Enthalpy of Air

    Basic Components of Air Conditioning

    Working of a Compressor

    Working of a Condenser

    Working of an Expansion Valve

    Working of an Evaporator

    Refrigerants in HVAC

    Introduction to refrigerants

    CFC Refrigerants e.g R12

    HCFC Refrigerants e.g R22

    HCF Refrigerants e.g R134a & R410a

    Vapour Compression Cycle

    Working of a Vapor Compression cycle

    Working of Condenser & Evaporator

    Working of Compressor & Expansion Valve.

    Phase changing in Refrigerant

    Classification of Air Conditioners

    DX Direct Expansion AC Systems

    Chilled Water AC Systems

    Classification of DX Systems

    Window AC Systems

    Split AC System

    Package AC System

    Ductable Split AC System

    VRV & VRF AC System

    Classification of Chilled Water System

    Water Cooled Chillers

    Air Cooled Chillers

    Components of Chilled Water System



    Cooling Towers

    DUCT Systems & Aspect Ratios

    Ducts Introduction

    Types of Ducts

    Flexible Ducts

    Velocities in Ducts

    Duct in HVAC Drawings

    Aspect Ratios (A.R) in Ducts

    Duct Fittings

    Duct Accessories

    Piping in HVAC

    Primary Piping System

    Secondary Piping System

    Condenser Piping System

    Reverse and Direct Return Systems

    Pipes and Pipes schedules

    Classification of pipes

    Who was this course designed for:

    This course was designed for anyone who wants to learn HVAC from Scratch

    It is perfect for complete beginners, with zero HVAC Experience.

    It is also for experienced MEP or HVAC Professionals who want to enhance their Skills in HVAC Field.

    Who this course is for:
    Engineering Students
    Individuals Wish to Join MEP HVAC Field.
    Industrial Engineers
    Construction Managers
    Civil Engineers
    MEP Engineers
    Building Service Engineers

    Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz
    Language: English | VTT | Size: 1.66 GB | Duration: 3.5 hours


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