Buildings stand as the foremost energy consumers in the United States, with HVAC systems reigning as the highest energy users within these structures. This discussion aims to outline several high-level strategies to understand HVAC systems better and equip participants to prioritize optimal methods for curbing HVAC energy consumption within their respective buildings.
Buildings stand as the foremost energy consumers in the United States, with HVAC systems reigning as the highest energy users within these structures. This discussion aims to outline several high-level strategies to understand HVAC systems better and equip participants to prioritize optimal methods for curbing HVAC energy consumption within their respective buildings.
The Price Engineering Training (PET) is accredited for 10 Professional Development Hours. Class sessions will build on fundamentals learnt in PET Intro classes. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of elective sessions on the key technologies that they are most interested in learning about. Elective sessions cover more specific topics such as healthcare design or acoustic analysis, which are not always critical for all engineers to attend depending on their background, focus, and experience. Engineers that complete this program will leave with a superior understanding of air distribution theory and the application of new technologies.
The Price Engineering Training (PET) is accredited for 10 Professional Development Hours. Class sessions will build on fundamentals learnt in PET Intro classes. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of elective sessions on the key technologies that they are most interested in learning about. Elective sessions cover more specific topics such as healthcare design or acoustic analysis, which are not always critical for all engineers to attend depending on their background, focus, and experience. Engineers that complete this program will leave with a superior understanding of air distribution theory and the application of new technologies.

HVAC Systems have seen a lot of changes over the last decade. This includes energy reduction goals, calls for decarbonization, reduction in fossil fuel use, embodied carbon, and net zero stretch goals. This presentation will explore the key drivers, i.e., carbon emissions, global warming, and the role Hydronic systems can play in potentially alleviating some of the challenges.

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Whether it is a single boiler or multiple boilers, the method of boiler control influences how effective the system can be. In this presentation, we will look at boiler control strategies and answer the following questions: – What needs to be controlled? – How do we approach multiple water temperatures? – BMS vs onboard control, can they co-exist? – Multiple boiler installations, what is the best way to approach this?
✅ PDH Eligible CFD analysis provides a complete thermal understanding of project designs for a fraction of the construction cost while providing design assurances. Using lab-validated CFD software, project design improvements are identified while capturing physical layout, thermal dissipation, density, capacity and environmental conditions. The applications benefiting from CFD included: • Repeating Spaces (Patient Rooms, Hotel/Door Rooms) • High Risk Environments (Hospitals and Labs and Clean Spaces) • Challenging Applications (Architecturally complex spaces, Spaces with large heat gains/losses) • Mission Critical Facilities (Data Centers, Battery Energy Storage and Interior Data Halls) In this presentation, we will focus on Mission Critical Facilities / Data Centers, using CFD results from project examples to highlight various design challenges.