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Mechanical Services Explained (6-8 March, London)

14.02.2019, 11:30

Mechanical Services Explained (6-8 March, London)

A three day CIBSE training course will focus on HVAC and water systems in buildings and improving energy efficiency.



Session 1: Heat Transfers in Buildings

How heat is lost from buildings

How to reduce energy use and building heat loss

A brief review of the latest building regulations


Session 2: Ventilation

The increasing importance of ventilation heat loss

Fresh air requirements and provision of passive cooling


Session 3: Heating Systems

A review of the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of heating system


Session 4: Plant Sizing and Controls

Energy trends

Boiler sizing

Effective and efficient controls and types of control system



Session 1:  Heat Gains and Assessment of Cooling Loads

How to calculate a cooling load

How to reduce cooling & plant requirements


Session 2: Air Conditioning Systems

A review of the different a/c systems available & their relative merits

Latest Developments


Session 3: Types of Equipment and Standards of Use



Heat exchangers



Session 4:  Refrigeration

Understanding how refrigeration works

The refrigeration cycle

Plant and equipment

Issues associated with refrigeration systems



Session 1: Hot and Cold Water Services

An explanation of different water service systems including current developments


Session 2:  Legionnaires Disease

Explanation of Legionnaires Disease

Consideration of its wider impact on Building Services Engineering

Professional responsibilities


Session 3: Drainage

A brief overview of the principles and design of above and below ground drainage systems


Session 4: Building Regulations

A review of the significant impact of the latest building regulations


Course Fees

Standard Rate: £1,215 + VAT

CIBSE Member Rate: £1,090 + VAT



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