Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC&R): Equipment Installation, Diagnosis, Repairs, Maintenance & Troubleshooting

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Cairo, Egypt (Egypt), Amman, Jordan (Jordan), Amsterdam, Netherlands (Netherlands) and 6 other venues

Higher than Rs 100000

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Description

Limited Objectives: At the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to: Relate the short history of HVAC. Obtain required overall industry competencies in the areas of HVAC&R. Explain basic terms and concepts used in the HVAC&R industry including thermodynamics, temperature, heat, pressure, and latent and sensible heats. Identify the area covered by modern HVAC. Know the common HVAC units and dimension. Explain the different HVAC theory and principles.
Suitable for: HVAC Teachnicians. HVAC Consultants. HVAC COntractors. HVAC Designers. HVAC Service Supervisors. HVAC Assistants. HVAC Mechanics. HVAC Lecturers. Maintenance and Operations HVAC Personnel. Project Managers. Project Engineers. Foremen. Maintenance Technicians. Operations Managers

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Requirements: Degree or Work Experience

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
Amman, Jordan
Bin Ali Street, 11118, Jordan, Jordan
Flexible
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Damrak 1-5, 1012, Noord Holland, Netherlands
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Flexible
Brussels, Belgium
Rue du Fosse-Aux-Loups, 1000, Belgium, Belgium
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Flexible
Cairo, Egypt
Champolion Street, 12421, Egypt, Egypt
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Flexible
Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, England
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Flexible
Dubai, Uae
Al Muraqqabat Street, Diera, 82999, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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What you'll learn on the course

Testing
Compressor
Basic
IT
Basic IT training
Installation
Basic IT
Performance
Design
Air conditioning
Heat Transfer
Simulation
Refrigeration
Project
systems
Industry

Course programme

Part 1 – Introduction

v  HVAC History

v  Scope of Modern HVAC

v  Common HVAC Units and Dimension

v  HVAC Theory and Principles

v  Basic Thermodynamic Principles

v  Introduction to Psychometric Chart

Part 2 – Air-Conditioning Systems

v  The Complete System

v  System Selection and Arrangement

v  HVAC Components and Distribution Systems

v  Types of All-Air Systems

v  Air-and-Water Systems

v  All-Water Systems

v  Decentralized Cooling and Heating

v  Heat Pump Systems

v  Heat Recovery Systems

v  Thermal Energy Storage

Part 3 – Moist Air Properties and Conditioning Processes

v  Moist Air and the Standard Atmosphere

v  Fundamental Parameters

v  Adiabatic Saturation

v  Wet Bulb Temperature and the Psychometric Chart

v  Classic Moist Air Processes

v  Space Air Conditioning-Design Conditions

v  Space Air Conditioning-Off-Design Conditions

Part 4 – Comfort and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

v  Comfort-Physiological Considerations

v  Environmental Comfort Indices

v  Comfort Conditions

v  The Basic Concerns of IAQ

v  Indoor Air Quality Effects on Health and Comfort

v  Controlling IAQ

v  ASHARE Standard  - Ventilation for Comfortable IAQ

v  Common Contaminants

v  Methods to Control Humidity

v  Methods to Control Contaminants

Part 5 – Heat Transmission in Building Structures

v  Basic Heat-Transfer Modes

v  Tabulated Overall Heat-Transfer Coefficients

v  Moisture Transmission

Part 6 – Space Heating Load

v  Outdoor Design Conditions

v  Indoor Design Conditions

v  Transmission Heat Losses

v  Infiltration

v  Heat Losses from Air Ducts

v  Auxiliary Heat Sources

v  Intermittently Heated Structures

v  Supply Air For Space Heating

v  Source Media for Space Heating

v  Computer Calculation of Heating Loads

Part 7 – Solar Radiation

v  Thermal Radiation

v  The Earth's Motion About the Sun

v  Time

v  Solar Angles

v  Solar Irradiation

v  Heat Gain Through Fenestrations

v  Energy Calculations

Part 8 – The Cooling Load

v  Heat Gain, Cooling Load, and Heat Extraction Rate

v  Application of Cooling Load Calculation Procedures

v  Design Conditions

v  Internal Heat Gains

v  Overview of the Heat Balance Method

v  Transient Conduction Heat Transfer

v  Outside Surface Heat Balance-Opaque Surfaces

v  Fenestration-Transmitted Solar Radiation

v  Interior Surface Heat Balance-Opaque Surfaces

v  Surface Heat Balance-Transparent Surfaces

v  Zone Air Heat Balance

v  Implementation of the Heat Balance Method

v  Radiant Time Series Method

v  Implementation of the Radiant Time Series Method

v  Supply Air Quantities

Part 9 – Energy Calculations and Building Simulation

v  Degree-Day Procedure

v  Bin Method

v  Comprehensive Simulation Methods

v  Energy Calculation Tools

v  Other Aspects of Building Simulation

Part 10 – Flow, Pumps, and Piping Design

v  Fluid Flow Basics

v  Centrifugal Pumps

v  Combined System and Pump Characteristics

v  Piping System Fundamentals

v  System Design

v  Steam Heating Systems

Part 11 – Space Air Diffusion

v  Behavior of Jets

v  Air-Distribution System Design

Part 12 – Fans and Building Air Distribution

v  Fans

v  Fan Relations

v  Fan Performance and Selection

v  Fan Installation

v  Field Performance Testing

v  Fans and Variable-Air-Volume Systems

v  Air Flow in Ducts

v  Air Flow in Fittings

v  Accessories

v  Duct Design-General

v  Duct Design-Sizing

Part 13 – Direct Contact Heat and Mass Transfer

v  Combined Heat and Mass Transfer

v  Spray Chambers

v  Cooling Towers

Part 14 – Extended Surface Heat Exchangers

v  The Log Mean Temperature Deficiency (LMTD) Method

v  The Number of Transfer Units (NTU) Method

v  Heat Transfer–Single-Component Fluids

v  Transport Coefficients Inside Tubes

v  Transport Coefficients Outside Tubes and Compact Surfaces

v  Design Procedures for Sensible Heat Transfer

v  Combined Heat and Mass Transfer

Part 15 – Refrigeration

v  The Performance of Refrigeration Systems

v  The Theoretical Single-Stage Compression Cycle

v  Refrigerants

v  Refrigeration Equipment Components

v  The Real Single-Stage Cycle

v  Absorption Refrigeration

v  The Theoretical Absorption Refrigeration System

v  The Aqua–Ammonia Absorption System

v  The Lithium Bromide–Water System

Part 16 – Tools and Equipment for Maintenance

v  Vacuum Pump and Charging Cylinder

v  Manifold Gauge and Brazing Equipment

v  Pinch-Off Tool Capable

v  Leak Detector and Tubing Cutter

v  Hand Tools to Remove Components

v  Digital Clamp-on Meter and Thermometer

v  Pliers and Clippers

v  Soldering Equipment

v  Air Velocity Measuring Instrument

Part 17 – Inspection and Maintenance of HVAC Components and System

v  Maintenance, Definition

v  Types of Maintenance

v  The Need for HVAC System Maintenance

v  Preventive Maintenance in HVAC System

v  What to do:

  • During Season?
  • When Season Begins?
  • During Off-Season

v  Unit Operation and Maintenance

Part 18 – Service Diagnosis and Repairs

v  Pressure Drop External Equalizing

v  Suction Line Frosting

v  Distributor Refrigerant Control

v  Replacing a Thermostatic Expansion Valve

v  Replacing the Filter Drier

v   Low Side Purging

v  Moisture in the System

v  Compressor Efficiency Test

v  Removing Compressor Valve Plate Assembly

v  Removing a Compressor Rotary Shaft Seal

v  Excessive Operating Head Pressure

v  High Side Purging

v  Water Cooled Condensers

v  Compressor Motor Burn‐Out

v  Pressure Controls

v  Motor Cycling Controls

v  System Faults

v  Noise

v  Simple Steps For Service Diagnosis

Part 19 – Testing and Troubleshooting of HVAC Components

v  Testing precaution

v  Compressor Problems

v  Capacitor testing

v  Measuring the capacity of a capacitor

v  Electric Motors

v  Motor‐protector relay testing

v  Using a Volt‐Ammeter for Trouble shooting Electric Motors

v  Testing the Centrifugal Switch in a Single‐Phase Motor

v  Testing for a Short Circuit between Run and Start Windings

v  Troubleshooting Procedures