HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) is a major sub discipline of mechanical engineering. The goal of HVAC design is to balance indoor and vehicular environmental comfort with other factors such as installation cost, ease of maintenance and energy efficiency, provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality.
The diploma certification program specializes in full analytical load calculations, ventilation system designing, duct designing, air distribution system designing, sizing pipes and pumps, estimation of requirements, and all HVAC EQUIPMENT selections as per ASHRAE, ISHRAE standards. We offer high quality training in designing and drafting along with cost effective and prompt HVAC design system services. The training provided by the academy is fruitful as it includes on-site training and practical knowledge.
HVAC is a major sub discipline of mechanical engineering deals with the technology of indoor air quality management of buildings and human comfort. HVAC system designing deals with heating, ventilation systems designing, air conditioning, refrigeration system designing and equipment selection.
- Basic of designing, heat load calculation (manually & Software)
- Machine parts, Coil selection, chiller parts
- Pumps schematic diagram and estimation
- Cooling tower selection, pump selection
- Low side material selection
- Drafting Project 1
- Drafting Project 2
- Quantity Survey
- HAP (hourly analysis program)
- Duct Sizes
- Pipe Sizes
- Mechanical CAD Training
Graduate in any discipline, preferably B.Tech/Diploma holder. Under graduates are not preferred for this course as, placement. However, they can undergo the course, at their own personal risk and responsibility.
COURSE DURATION & DETAILS
HVAC is a 1.5 Months course from Monday to Friday, 3 hours per day. Industrial visit and Onsite training will be provided. 15 days project discussion and basic theories of air conditioning and refrigeration. 30 days heat load calculation, system designing, detailed drafting, estimation, BOQ preparation.