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Timothy D. Blackburn, MBA, PE
If you canít use the psychrometic chart, you will be unable to effectively design HVAC systems or diagnose their problems. Would you like to finally understand this subject? If so, this is your chance. This course explores psychrometrics and the psychrometric chart in a clear and straightforward manner, as well as provide practical troubleshooting HVAC examples using the chart. For those who have had previous training in this area, it will be an overview; however, the course is suited for the beginner (Psychrometrics is introduced) as well as the advanced (using challenging examples). The course begins with an overview of psychrometric fundamentals, followed by an overview of the psychrometric chart and its practical application. The course concludes with 9 practical HVAC examples/challenges using the chart to analyze and/or develop a solution.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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