CD-116 | Energy and Sustainability for the Built Environment

This course provides a broad overview of fundamental and applied concepts of energy in the overall context of the modern built environment and includes:

  • Mechanical and electrical fundamentals to analyze the built environment
  • Energy flows and balances
  • Review case studies in detail
  • Attendees apply principles and complete design problems A detailed example of Weather Bin Modeling along with a financial analysis will be presented with students participating in making a working energy savings model as a final class project.

Total Program Hours: 8 sessions, 16 hours

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