HVAC Training Institute in Hyderabad

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HVAC Design is a domain of building services which is having huge demand throughout the world. HVAC stands for Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning which maintain human comfort by controlling various properties of air. Every human needs comfort, in order to maintain comfort level in a closed room we need to calculate the amount of heat produced in a room.

HVAC industry offers good potential for numerous careers in various fields as in Design & Drafting, Execution & Maintenance, AC Technicians and sales & Marketing. Apart, it also provides scope even for self employment and entrepreneurship. HVAC industry can even thrive in times of poor economy. According to US Bureau of Labor Statistics, a typical Technician can earn around US $18 dollars per Hour, narrating the work and economical potential of the industry.
Eligibility
Any Graduation, Diploma
1.Prelude to HVAC
a. Fundamentals
b. Modes of Heat Transfer
c. Sensible Heat and Latent Heat
d. Codes and Standards

2.Basic Components of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration machines
a. Basic Refrigeration System or Vapor Compression Cycle
b. Pressure – Enthalpy Chart
c. Function & Types of Compressor
d. Function & Types of Condenser
e. Function & Types of Expansion Valve
f. Function & Types of Evaporator
g. Accessories used in the System
h. Refrigerant and Brines

3. Classification of Air-Conditioning System
a. Window A/C
 i.Working of Window A/C with Line Diagrams
b. Split A/C
 i.Types of Split A/C
 ii.Working of Split A/C with Line Diagrams
c. Ductable Split A/C
 i.Working of Ductable Split A/C with Line Diagrams
d. Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV)/Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)
e. Ductable Package A/C
 i.Working of Ductable Package A/C with Line Diagrams
 ii.Package Roof Top Units
f. Central Plant Chill Water System

4. Categories of Air Conditioning
a. All air system
b. All water system
c. Air - water system
d. Direct Refrigerant system


5. Study of Psychometric Charts
a. Dry Bulb Temperature
b. Wet Bulb Temperature
c. Dew Point Temperature
d. Relative Humidity
e. Humidity Ratio
f. Processes
  i.Heating
  ii.Cooling
  iii.Cooling and Dehumidification
  iv.Heating and Humidification
  v.Finding Values Using the Chart

6. Load Calculation.
a. Survey of Building
b. Cooling Load Steps
c. Finding Temperature difference(?T) (Wall, Glass, Roof , Partition)
d. Finding ‘U’ Factor (Wall, Glass, Roof, Partition)
e. Finding Ventilation requirement for IAQ
f. Load Calculations (Manually using E-20 form)
g. ESHF, ADP & Air Flow Rate(CFM) Calculation

7. Air Distribution System
a. Duct-Definition & Terminology
b. Duct Design consideration
c. Duct sizing methods
d. Duct sizing as per Aspect Ratio
e. Finding Duct size using Ductlator
f. Selection of Diffusers and Grilles
g. Gauge selection for Sheet Metal
h. BOQ Preparation for Duct System.
i. Legends and Symbols used in the HVAC Industry
j. Duct Materials and Insulation materials used in HVAC Industry
k. Concept of CAV & VAV


8. Static Pressure Calculation
a. Selection of Motor HP
b. Selection Fan/Blower RPM
c. Selection Air Handling Units.

9. Hydronic System
a. Classification of Water Piping
b. Pipe sizing for chill water system
c. Fittings used in the HVAC Piping System
d. Valves used in the HVAC Piping System
e. Function of Valves
f. Pump Head Calculation
g. Selection of Pumps

10. VRF/VRV System
a. Selection of VRF/VRV Equipments
b. Indoor unit grouping
c. Copper Pipe Sizing
d. Refnet Pipe Selection

11. Air Conditioning Concepts
a. District Cooling System
b. Green Building
c. Clean Rooms

12. Ventilation systems
a. Kitchen ventilation system
b. Car parking ventilation system
c. Toilet Exhaust Ventilation System

13. Fire Protection (Awareness)


14. HVAC software’s
a. XL sheet for Load Calculation
b. Carrier Block Load for Load Calculation (HAP)
c. Duct sizer for Duct sizing
d. TroxCADBase for Diffuser & Grilles
e. Pipe sizer for Pipe sizing
f. Psychrometric Software

15. Improving Employability Skills
a. Resume Writing Skills
b. Interview Skills Empowering
c. Empowering of Interpersonal Relationships
d. Stress Management
e. Positive Attitude Development
f. Self-Motivation
g. Sentence formation
h. Presentation skills
i. Roles & Responsibilities of Design Engineers


Project Work:
• Two live projects have to be completed before getting the Certificate and Placement Assistance.
Note: Online Course also available
In the present scenario, the global Environmental Imbalances are creating a substantial hike in the use of air conditioning, transforming it from a luxury to a need. In an effort to “GO GREEN”, saving money to attain better comfort level for Spaces, making the consumers to Acquiring the HVAC Systems. According to a survey on job opportunities in the field of HVAC, there is a increase of 40% in the past five years which is expecting to be 34% more by 2020.
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HVAC Design is a domain of building services which is having huge demand throughout the world. HVAC stands for Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning which maintain human comfort by controlling various properties of air. Every human needs comfort, in order to maintain comfort level in a closed room we need to calculate the amount of heat produced in a room.