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STUDY PLANS
2024/2025

THERMAL ENVIRONMENT AND HEAT LOADS IN VENTILATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING

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Code Completion Credits Range
W16OZ004 ZK 39P+39C
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Department of Environmental Engineering
Synopsis:

•Thermal comfort conditions for people.

•Interaction of the human body and environment, transfer of heat and humidity.

•Forecast of thermal comfort, statistical evaluation.

•Thermal comfort models (Fanger, Tanabe, Fiala).

•Energy balance of people and environment, metabolic heat flow.

•Criteria for assessing the thermal environment. Measurement of the indoor environment conditions.

•Internal heat gains from occupants, machinery, electronics and lighting.

•Heat load of buildings, unsteady calculations.

•Methods of determination of heating and cooling power in air-conditioning.

•Energy simulations of buildings and ventilation/air-conditioning systems.

•Determining parameters of the outdoor environment. Calculation of heat loads for design of air-conditioning and ventilation systems, humidity load.

•Calculations of unsteady processes in HVAC systems and buildings, energy simulations, accumulation of heat and cold.

•Reference vs. extreme climatic year. Determination of long-term energy consumption of air-conditioning and

ventilation systems.

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Study materials:

•FANGER, P.O. Thermal comfort – Analysis and applications in enviromental engineering. 1972, Kingsport Press, Inc. ISBN 07-019915-9

•FIALA, D. Dynamic Simulation of Human Heat Transfer and Thermal Comfort. De Montfort University, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, 1998, Ph.D. Thesis.

•ASHRAE Handbook 2012: Fundamentals. ASHRAE Atlanta, 2012

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