Structure & Radiant Cooling

16 Jan 2019
15:30-16:15

Structure & Radiant Cooling

The trainer ensures that the students are aware of and understand the environmental, spatial and structural implications of using this technology, in comparison the conventional HVAC systems for building design. The trainer also explains the different types of these cooling techniques, along with their application in different circumstances. The trainer further delves into the fact that these techniques are commercially available and easily implementable, and are ‘sustainable’ and not alternative technologies. The trainer further explains the environmental benefit of structure and radiant cooling as it reduces vapor compression. The trainer also explains how the partial addressing of cooling load is overcome by blending with conventional HVAC systems to derive energy efficiency and low f-gas benefits.