Master the psychrometrics: Understand the science and its application to design of heating ventilation and air conditioning.
Join us for an engaging webinar that delves into the fascinating realm of psychrometry, the art of measuring air moisture content. Discover the science of psychrometrics, which explores the thermal properties of moist air, encompasses the measurement and control of air moisture content, and examines the effects of moisture on both material and human comfort.
When it comes to HVAC system design, understanding the behaviour of Wet Air—air and water vapor mixtures—is crucial. The presence of moisture in the air significantly impacts various aspects such as comfort, safety, condensation, and energy balance.
During this webinar, we will explore the practical applications of psychrometric charts in HVAC functions, including cooling, heating, dehumidifying, and enhancing human comfort. Gain invaluable insights into key topics, including the composition of air, properties of water vapor, dew point, saturation, psychrometric charts, dry and wet bulb temperature, absolute versus relative humidity, enthalpy, psychrometric processes, and sensible and latent heat.
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Who should attend?
Engineers, designers and managers involved in design or specification of HVAC systems.
How will I benefit?
After this webinar attendees will be able to:
Use psychrometric chart confidently
Calculate heating and cooling loads for wet air
Calculate dehumidification loads