Load Calculation for Commercial Buildings

Maryland Heights, MO
Tuesday, July 23, 2019
     
Load Calculation for Commercial Buildings
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Central Time)

Instructor: Jake Bertani
3141 Riverport Tech Center Drive
Koch Air (Tony Noble)
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
United States

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Load Calculation for Commercial Buildings
Length: 1 Day
Tuition: $300

Certifications:   
IACET:  0.7 CEU
PDH:     7

For a full description of the course, including expected learning outcomes, topics covered, and requirements for being awarded a certificate,  go to:  www.carrieruniversity.com                               

Class Description:
This hands-on course covers cooling and heating loads for commercial buildings using load calculation software. Students learn the fundamentals of design weather data, scheduling of loads, defining building parameters, and modeling various air system and plant types.  Completion of the load calculation workshops is mandatory.  The class manual furnished to each student includes detailed workshops for defining Single Zone Constant Volume, Variable Air Volume and Terminal air systems as part of the course.  Students who complete this course are able to calculate heating and cooling loads for commercial buildings in order to properly size the HVAC system.

Class materials required:
Students are expected to bring their own laptop computers with the most current software installed. If you are unable to bring a laptop or do not have the current software installed, please e:mail Software.Systems@Carrier.utc.com  so arrangements can be made. 


If you intend to request professional engineering credits for States of Florida, New York, or North Carolina for the purpose of licensing maintenance, be sure to have your Professional License number at the time of class sign-in.



                     

 

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