|1.||Explain and critically evaluate basic psychrometric processes and demonstrate how they apply in various types of air conditioning systems;|
|2.||Assess options available to HVAC designers in selecting main types of plant and formulate a suitable proposal for equipment selection;|
|3.||Explain an impact of design decisions on equipment performance under full-load and part-load operation, and on system energy efficiency;|
|4.||Classify the components of cooling and heating loads in buildings, evaluate methods used for their estimation, and apply cooling and heating load estimation to analyse designs and evaluate alternatives; and|
|5.||Present a clear and coherent exposition of knowledge and ideas to a variety of audiences.|
|Test||Tests (2) (20% each) (1.5hr each duration)||40%|
Fundamentals of HVACR 3rd ed.
Stanfield, C and Skaves, D (2017)
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