HEATING AND COOLING IN BUILDINGS
The course is directed at students who want to learn the basic concepts regarding air conditioning systems design and regulations on energy saving.
Air conditioning systems: concepts of psychrometry, heat transmission, thermal and hygrometric behavior of building walls.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
To Provide basic knowledge of the maximum dimensioning of air conditioning systems. To Analyze technical and legislative regulations at national and regional level in relation to energy efficiency and thermo-hygrometry. To Introduce solar working principles (thermal and photovoltaic)
Knowledge base in Technical physics, heat flow, moisture air, fridge cycle
lesson in classroom
Wellness conditions in confined spaces. Calculation of thermal loads in winter and summer mode (response factor method). Heating systems with analysis of all components: plant terminals, distribution networks, pumps, regulation and generation systems. Network Dimensioning. Energy Consumption in Buildings, UNI-TS Regulations. Air conditioning, mixed air conditioning, monozone and multizone air conditioning systems. Design criteria. Energy performance certificates and recent legislation. Solar energy: types of solar thermal collectors, efficiency and solar collector systems; Solar photovoltaic panels, structure and type of photovoltaic cells, used materials, peak power coefficient, electricity generation.
Course Slides on aulaweb
P.Cavalletti -S. Bergero Arecco Fabbri Applicazioni pratiche di certificazione Energetica”- 2015 Dario Flaccovio editore ISBN 978-88-579-0400-9
L.Stefanutti: Manuale degli impianti di climatizzazione, Tecniche nuove
Ricevimento: IN CLASS DURING LESSONS PERIOD AND WITH PREVIOUS EMAIL APPOINTMENT BY EMAIL APPOINTMENT IN OTHER PERIODS
PAOLO CAVALLETTI (President)
LUCA ANTONIO TAGLIAFICO
lesson in classroom
following official timetable
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You need to produce e relation on the classorrom exertcitation done during lessons. When the relation is approved you can have oral discussion on course themes
The exam is divided into two parts: the first part consists in evaluating classroom exercises; The second part consists of an individual interview on the basic notions of the course aimed at verifying the preparation of student on the themes developed during the lessons and individually deepened in the texts indicated in the essential bibliography. In general, students must demonstrate synthesis and exposure skills as well as ability to critically reprocess and effectively utilize acquired knowledge.