HVAC Design: Cooling Load Estimation (17/3/21)
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Cooling load calculation is the most fundamental requirement for any air conditioning system design. The application of psychrometric principles is often regarded as an area of mystery to many air conditioning engineers. However, it is the key for solving many air conditioning problems such as condensations, humidity problems, non-performance at part-load operations etc.
This online course provides a complete overview of the principles of heat transfer and heating and cooling load calculation.
Modul 1. Introduction
Modul 2. Components of Cooling Load
- Solar radiation through transparent surfaces such as windows
- Heat conduction through exterior walls and roofs
- Heat conduction through interior partitions, ceilings and floors
- Heat generated within the space by occupants, lights, appliances & equipment
- Ventilation and infiltration of outdoor air
- Other miscellaneous heat gains
Modul 3. Cooling Load Calculation Method.
- Rule of thumb
- Simple calculation.
- Transfer Function Method (TFM)
- Cooling Load Temperature Differential/Cooling Load Factors (CLTD/CLF)
- Radiant Time Series (RTS) Method
- Accuracy and Reliability of Various Calculation Methods
Modul 4. Design Information
- Outdoor design condition
- Indoor design condition
- Thermal comfort.
Modul 5. Cooling load estimation example
What Will I Learn?
- Make sure the participants understand the thermal properties of building materials
- Exposed the participant with the effects of air infiltration and ventilation
- Explained the basic concepts and methods to determine cooling loads
- Understanding the effects of windows, walls, roofs and partitions on loads
- Explained the basic types of internal loads
- To explore to use the CLTD Method