Introduction to Commercial and Industrial fan systems
Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
ON LINE
48 slots available
Training Overview:

This one-day blended learning course gives participants an overview of the fundamental principles of fan applications. These analytical tools and techniques are useful for HVAC and energy efficiency engineers, as well as facility owners and managers who oversee equipment operation. The course contains a wealth of qualitative information for non-engineers, but the primary focus is on quantitative analysis and problem-solving.
The course will start with a live webinar in the morning, followed by three online on-demand interactive training modules that directly engage you in the course material. There is a suggested order for the online course content, but since you navigate your own way through the sections, you can also choose a different path or re-play any sections you'd like as many times as you'd like. We’ll then wrap up with another Zoom webinar to address any questions that may have arisen over the day.

Event Benefits:

Class participants will:
1. Calculate the cost of operating fans in their facility;
2. Explain the interaction between the fan and system curve;
3. Identify the key factors that determine fan efficiency
4. Estimate the overall efficiency of a fan system;
5. Identify defining characteristics of 6 commonly available fan types
6. Calculate fan performance change due to varying speed or density
7. Describe flow control techniques for fans

Who Should Attend:

Those engineers and end users who are interested in an inter-active on-line training session on Fan Systems.

Agenda:

Live webinar sessions
8:30 Webinar Course overview 10 minutes
Webinar FSO 100 Centrifugal and axial fan types 40
9:20 Break 10
9:40 Webinar FSO 101 Fan and system curve 30
Q&A 10
10:10 Conclude live morning sessions
Self-paced online sessions, plus live Q&A session
Online on-demand FSO 150 Fan power law 70 minutes
Online on-demand FSO 220 Fan affinity laws 40 minutes
Online on-demand FSO 221 Fan system controls 120 minutes
3:00 Webinar Live webinar - Review, Q&A, discussion 30 minutes
3:30 Course wrap-up

Tools & References:

Tools & References:
ONLY 30 STUDENTS WILL BE ALLOWED TO SIGN UP FOR THIS TRAINING TO ALLOW FOR DISCUSSIONS AND QUESTIONS.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTION ABOUT THIS POLICY, PLEASE EMAIL ALBERTO MORALES AT MORALES@UMASS.EDU

Speaker:
Speaker: Ronald Wroblewski
Workshop Cost:
$0.00
Registration Details:

An email will be sent with site location and other directions prior to training. A second session may be added if enough interest is shown.

University of Massachusetts Department of Mach. & Ind. Engineering
160 Governors Dr. Amherst, MA 01003-9265
Attn. Alberto Morales

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