Green Building Courses
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In this Building Energy Analytics course you will be provided with an introduction to understanding the basics of actual energy use in a building.
During the eQuest training you will develop a model for a commercial building, and have it assessed. On completion of the course you should be able to perform energy modelling…
Describes how the performance of fan systsems can be improved. Also looks at common problems with fan systems.
An introduction to basics of fan operation, with a particular focus on understanding performance curves and efficiency.
Introduces geothermal heat pumps, their efficiency advantages, and the advantages and disadvantages of different installation types.
Covers the properties of air, how a HVAC sytem changes the properties of air, and calculationns for sensible and total heat transfer.
Introduces different cooling process including vapour compression, air-cycle, absorption, evaporative, thermoelectric.
Covers the optimization of the efficiency of a HVAC systems, and methods of describing HVAC efficiency.
Explains how to use the psychometric chart.
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Green Building Training
This site aims to provide a comprehensive listing of free and paid-for green building training, covering passive and active design and other elements of green building.
Green Building Councils around the world have played a leading role in creating a demand for green buildings. Green building professionals need to understand both the science and engineering aspects, but also be familiar with local codes and standards. For certification they need to understand their own national green building accreditation scheme, and possibly also LEED.
But green building knowledge isn’t only important for professionals working under certification schemes. Its value extends from home buyers wanting to build a sustainable house or home owners making their existing property greener, thorough to building services engineers, property developers and town planners.
As a result we may not have listed here all the courses that suit your needs. In this case please get in touch with us and let us know what you are after.