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Introduction to Science Lab Building Systems

Upcoming Dates
  • Apr. 22-24, 2025 (D412)
    Face-to-Face Madison, WI
    $1,495
Improve the safety and energy-efficient operations of science and engineering research laboratories by gaining an understanding of the unique requirements of the lab environment and the building systems that support them. You will learn to identify preventive maintenance issues and possible energy conservation measures, validate HVAC design assumptions and criteria, and evaluate high-performance fume hoods on your lab projects.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01517

Chilled Water Plant Design

Upcoming Dates
  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Gain the confidence you need to design a successful, energy-efficient chiller plant. Learn how to identify design issues and solve problems regarding plant sizing, location, chiller selection, and cooling tower placement. This course incorporates small-group problem-solving exercises to enrich your learning experience.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01211

DDC Controls

Upcoming Dates
  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Expand your knowledge of direct digital control (DDC) for HVAC building systems. Learn how to plan the system architecture, evaluate open protocols, and follow best practices for a variety of HVAC applications. Whether you design, specify, operate, or own these systems, you will benefit from detailed coverage of the technology, not specific to any manufacturer.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA00259

HVAC Design and Analysis

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
This intermediate-level course is intended for designers looking to expand their HVAC knowledge by performing engineering calculations and system layouts, and others responsible for selecting and specifying HVAC equipment. Topics include duct and pipe sizing, fans laws and pump curves, heating and cooling loads, CFD modeling, and BIM tools and processes.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01589

Structural Provisions in the Building Code and Referenced Standards

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Solidify your understanding of the 2021 International Building Code (IBC) structural provisions and referenced standards from ASCE, AISC, and ACI, and confidently apply these provisions during structural design and plan review. This course will examine wind and seismic loads, steel and aluminum, concrete, masonry, foundations, wood design, and special inspections.
Customizable
RA00621

Understanding Plumbing Systems in Commercial Buildings

Upcoming Dates
  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Improve your understanding of the design, installation, and operation of plumbing systems, including municipal and domestic water supply, waste and vent, storm water, specialty gases, and equipment. Learn how to comply with the codes related to pipe sizing and layout, and coordinate your plumbing design and installation with the work of other consultants and contractors.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01520
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