About this Course:
CIBSE ANZ Mechanical Services Training is a four-day course that forms part of a new building services series of face-to-face training that is launching in Australia and New Zealand.
This course introduces Mechanical Services as a core discipline within building services engineering. This includes an overview of what Mechanical Services are, their importance and design, and the vitality of how they integrate into the overarching building and construction process.
On completion of this course you will have an understanding of the following:
- Statutory, Cost and Technical considerations for Mechanical Services design and component selection
- minimum standard requirements and best practices in Mechanical Services design
- key components of the mechanical plant and systems
- the complexities and interrelatedness of Mechanical Services and other building services, which ensure/reflect a people-first approach, over a building-first mindset.
- key aspects of Mechanical Services including Ventilation, Fire and Smoke Control, Commissioning, Maintenance, Controls, Noise and Vibration.
- the importance of focusing on the comfort, health, wellbeing, and safety of the people who might occupy the building, and the appropriateness of the sustainability strategy in relation to those people.
Who should attend?
This course is suited to those in the early stages of their mechanical services career and those specialising in other areas of the construction and building services industry who wish to gain a better understanding of mechanical services design.
Day 1 Introduction to Mechanical Services – Statutory, Cost and Technical
Brief introduction to Building Services
Introduction to Statutory Considerations
Introduction to Cost Considerations
Principles of Air Conditioning
- Refrigeration Systems
Ventilation & Indoor Air Quality
Types of Ventilation
Principles of Heating & Cooling
Day 2 Statutory and Cost Requirements
Fire and smoke control
Ventilation Systems in Buildings
- Mechanical Ventilation in Buildings
- Kitchen Exhaust Systems
Capital costs and return on assets
- NPV analysis
Limitations of Cost Estimates
Day 3 Mechanical Technical Requirements
Distributing Outside Air
Heat Rejection Systems
Air Conditioning Systems
- VRV / VRF
- Reverse Cycle Heating
- DX Systems
Chilled and Heating Water Systems
Supply Air Distribution
Sizing Criteria - Duct Sizing
- Air Pressure Drop Calculations
Fan Coils and Air Handling Units
- Heat Exchange and Recovery
- CAV Systems
- VAV Systems
Day 4 Mechanical Technical Requirements continued
Pipe Systems and Sizing
Ventilation in Healthcare
Controls and BMS
Importance of Commissioning
"Excellent content, very indepth on the last two days"
"The sessions were really good and very comprehensive"
"I'd wanted to find a course like this for years. Having worked in a different building service discipline, my general Mechanical Services knowledge needed to be accelerated. The course provided me with some great general principles, that you'd pick up over years in a graduate role, which I got in 4 days. It has helped me better navigate the design and review of these systems within modern buildings."
"This course was beneficial in introducing common mechanical concepts for my wider understanding of building services. I was not required to specifically learn how to design mechanical systems but get a better feel for the problems mechanical designers might face and how other services interface with them."
"It is a great starting point to enhance your knowledge about the various mechanical systems, and the overall HVAC technical requirement and legislations for all Building types."
Meet the Trainer:
Mechanical Engineering Diploma
Masters in Design Science Building Services USyd
Masters in Business Administration UNSW
Sean moved to Sydney in 2003 and started working for a building services consultancy compiling technical documentation and learning from on-site inspections and mentoring from people experienced in different types of building services design and installation.
Whilst working in building services on a full-time basis Sean completed studies in engineering, design science and business. He has also contributed to projects in the commercial pursuit of sustainable building materials, road safety and security.
Sean has contributed to projects in Australia and overseas learning about the varied application and regulations of the built environment as well as different needs, design conditions and cultures.
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