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STUDY PLANS
2018/2019

Air-Conditioning

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
E161079 Z,ZK 4 2P+1C
Lecturer:
Miloš Lain (guarantor)
Tutor:
Miloš Lain (guarantor)
Supervisor:
Department of Environmental Engineering
Synopsis:

Extend knowledge for design, control and evaluation of single-zone and multi-zone air conditioning systems.

Requirements:

Following requirements are demanded: Basic characteristics of all-air, all-water, all-refrigerant air conditioning systems.Typical sigle-zone and multi-zone systems. Design and calculation of air conditioning systems (all-water (fan-coil)systems; all-refrigerant systems; all-air single-duct and dual-duct systems; combined air-water induction systems; cooling ceilings). Cooling for air conditioning. Natural ventilation of buildings. Quality and efficiency of ventilation, age of air. Energy balance simulation. Energy consumption of air conditioning systems

Syllabus of lectures:

Basic characteristics of all-air, all-water, all-refrigerant air conditioning systems.Typical sigle-zone and multi-zone systems. Design and calculation of air conditioning systems (all-water (fan-coil)systems; all-refrigerant systems; all-air single-duct and dual-duct systems; combined air-water induction systems; cooling ceilings). Cooling for air conditioning. Natural ventilation of building. Quality and efficiency of ventilation, age of air. Energy balance simulation. Energy consumption of air conditioning systems.

Syllabus of tutorials:

Practice: Heat and humidity transfer, represent processes graphically in psychromeric chart, calculation of capacity parameters single-zone and multi-zone air conditioning systems.Energy consumption.

Study Objective:

Needed knowledge for design, control and evaluation of single-zone and multi-zone air conditioning systems.

Study materials:

ASHRAE HANDBOOK. Fundamentals. Atlanta: ASHRAE, 2005. ISBN 1-931862-71-0

· ASHRAE HANDBOOK. HVAC Systems and Equipment Atlanta: ASHRAE, 2008. ISBN 978-1-933742-34-2

· Vedavaraz, A.; Kumar, S.; Hussain, M., I. HVAC: Handbook of heating, ventilation and air conditioning.

1st edit. New York: Industrial Press, INC., 2007. ISBN 0-8311-3163-2

Note:
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