HVAC Direct Digital Control System Design

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HVAC Direct Digital Control

System Design

Take the mystery out of

HVAC Direct Digital Control for
LEED Certified Buildings.

This practical course covering Heating, Ventilating, and
Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Direct Digital Control
(DDC) system design provides a simple approach for
the practical design and applications of HVAC DDC
systems and enables students to understand and
design various types of control solutions. It also
reviews air handling, chilled water, and hot water
systems control for constant volume and Variable Air
Volume (VAV) applications. Continuous Control and
Commissioning of HVAC DDC systems for sustainable
and LEED Certified Buildings will be reviewed. The
course emphasizes the critical dos and don’ts, as well
as the accepted rule-of-thumb checks in HVAC control.
An optional field trip is included.

Topics Include:
• Controlling Sustainable & LEED Certified Buildings
• Sequence of operations
• Dos and Don’ts in HVAC control
• Rule-of-thumb checks in HVAC control
• Practical Examples and Real Projects

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for the professional
advancement of building engineers, designers,
architects, contractors, recent college graduates,
facility managers, or anyone involved with smart
buildings and building automation systems.


Frank Shadpour, PE, LEED AP, President of SC
Engineers, Inc., ASHRAE Fellow, Program Chair of
ASHRAE TC1.4, and the author of the book The
Fundamentals of HVAC Direct Digital Controls.

Spring 2010 Course Details


Mondays, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
March 29 - May 24, 2010

Room 222, Center Hall, University Center
UCSD Main Campus, La Jolla, CA

The Fundamentals of HVAC Direct Digital Control


To Register:

(858) 534-3400
(Reference Section ID #: 076006)


For more information

Tony Babaian
(858) 622-5740