Active Cooling Principles

16 Jan 2019
15:50 - 16:30

Active Cooling Principles

In this session the trainer explains professors to enable understanding of the courses related to fundamental science concepts underlying the technology, operation principles, environmental and cost benefits, safety and technical constraints. The trainer further aims to ensure that professors are equipped with adequate knowledge to convey the environmental, spatial and structural implications, to the students, for using this technology in comparison to conventional HVAC systems for their building design. The trainer addresses the following key takeaways: 1. Heat transfer processes that comprise a conventional refrigeration cycle, 2. Primary pieces of equipment that perform functions in a conventional HVAC system, 3. Concepts of HVAC efficiency and key environmental issues arising out of the use of conventional HVAC: energy intensiveness, direct and indirect GHG emissions, Total Equivalent Warming Impact (TEWI) of f-gas refrigerants and 5. Space, structure and environmental implications of technologies.