It will cover an update on what designers and owners need to know about district cooling to enable it to provide energy efficiencies and reliable operation. Topics covered include Planning, Central Plant Design, Distribution System design, Building Interfaces, Thermal Energy Storage, and Operation and Maintenance.
Understand the basic components of a District Cooling System (DCS) and how these components interact.
Grasp the fundamental processes and equipment of the DCS central plant and the basic options.
For the chilled water distribution systems, know the basic construction materials used for piping and appurtenances and their advantages and disadvantages.
Know the important factors that should be conveyed to building owners when considering DC to serve their buildings.
Review how “Low Delta-T” may come about and what can be done to correct it.
Understand the basics of Thermal Energy Storage (TES) for DCS.