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Environmental Applications Training | HVAC System Performance Factors

Model Name: Thermal Systems 2 Multimedia Courseware

Model Number: M11605

Learning Topics

  • Thermal System Efficiency Analysis
  • Heat Load Calculation
  • Heat Leakage
  • Expansion Valve Performance
  • Insulation Types
  • Insulation Performance Analysis
  • Temperature Profile Calculation
  • Insulation Thickness Calculation
  • Infrared Thermometers
  • Humidity Analysis
  • Humidity Measurement
  • Hygrometers
  • Psychrometric Charts
  • Dehumidification
  • Air Velocity Measurement
  • Air Quality
  • Sunlight Effects
  • Humidity Effects
  • Internal Heat Load Effects
  • Air Conditioner Sizing
  • Heat Pump Sizing

Amatrol’s Environmental Applications training curriculum covers thermal principles and theories, and shows how they are utilized within real-world applications such as HVAC systems. Learners will gain a better understanding of how these items, which are a part of everyday life, can be modified to improve human comfort conditions. Learners will practice calculating the efficiency of a thermal system, become familiar with heat loads and how they affect components and changes, study about HVAC system performance training, use insulation to improve efficiency, understand how psychrometrics is vital to conditions inside buildings, and learn how systems work together in residential heating and cooling. By mastering this content and skills, learners will be better prepared for a long, rewarding career in an industrial field.

What Factors Affect a Thermal System’s Efficiency?

Refrigeration systems do not operate at the theoretical maximum coefficient of performance. Five (5) factors cause actual thermal efficiency to be less than the theoretical maximum value: unwanted heat transfers, compressor efficiency, heat exchanger efficiency, refrigerant flow losses, and refrigerant charges.

The evaporator and confense are the primary areas of heat transfer in the system. The refrigerant lines leading from the compressor to the condenser and on to the expansion valves are generally left uninsulated. This aids the condenser by allowing heat to be transferred away from the refrigerant on its way to the coil. This heat transfer is desirable.

Environmental Applications Training Features Engaging Multimedia

Amatrol’s peerless interactive multimedia curriculum utilizes text with voiceovers, pictures, videos, stunning 3D animations, and interactive quizzes and reviews that engage learners in theoretical knowledge and concepts. This thorough, detailed curriculum begins with the basics and advances to complex concepts. Through partnerships with key industry leaders and leading educators, Amatrol developed the right balance of knowledge to train learners to work in their chosen field. (References T7083)

Key Features

  • Strong Depth and Breadth of Content
  • Engaging Interactions
  • Stunning 3D Animations
  • Text and Audio
  • Built for Self-Paced Learning

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