What is HVAC Design?
HVAC (Heating -Ventilation and Air -Conditioning)/Mechanical design engineer usually work
for consulting or design company. They work directly with clients to design new or
replacement heating, cooling and refrigeration system systems specific to customer needs
and building specification.
HVAC design engineers works on residential, commercial, and industrial project. Their task
includes completing HVAC-related drawings, preparing project estimates and overseeing the
installation of projects to completion.

Usually asked about HVAC Courses

Course Description

HVAC Design is a domain of building services which is having huge demand throughout the world. HVAC stands for Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning which maintain human comfort by controlling various properties of air. Every human needs comfort, in order to maintain comfort level in a closed room we need to calculate the amount of heat produced in a room.


HVAC industry offers good potential for numerous careers in various fields as in Design & Drafting, Execution & Maintenance, AC Technicians and sales & Marketing. Apart, it also provides scope even for self employment and entrepreneurship. HVAC industry can even thrive in times of poor economy. According to US Bureau of Labor Statistics, a typical Technician can earn around US $18 dollars per Hour, narrating the work and economical potential of the industry.
B.Tech/M.Tech Mechanical ,Diploma


Course Curriculum
Get to know in detail about all the topics and sub topics covered to learn from basic to
advanced level.
Introduction into the Field of MEP
• Codes and Standards using in HVAC design, Electrical
• design,
• Plumbing design and firefighting design.
• Importance of MEP Industry in Construction and
• Infrastructure
• Design.
• Job nature and job roles of Engineers in MEP Industry.
• Refrigeration cycle and major components.
• Briefing about refrigerants using in air conditioning field.

Assigning a layout or Architect Plan for the students.
• Overview of HAP software and software’s using in HVAC Design.
• Load calculation using E20 method by considering a real
• project on various types of Buildings i.e. Residential, Commercial and Industrial.
• As a result of this load calculation, we will get required TR and CFM for each and
every space.
• As per the calculated TR and CFM for each and every space we will check for the
requirement of Centralized air
• conditioning system.
• If there is requirement for centralized air conditioning system we can move into
• Then Introduction about the Centralized air conditioning system.
• Type of Outdoors (DX, VRF, Chillers), Selection of Outdoor as per the total Capacity
and chiller design.
• Briefing about cooling tower and equipment placement.
• Selection of AHU for the calculated total CFM requirement.
• Explanation on Codes and standards should be used and considerations as per the
building types.
• SLD for each and every space as per the Tr and Cfm.
• Conversion of SLD to 2d.
• Basic conversions.
• Duct sizing in Manual method.
• Duct sizing using duct sizer software for the same project assigned to the students.
• Assigning a new project to practice the trained concepts.
• After giving a duct layout asking them to find duct sizes in software and manual once
• Briefing about the fittings and various types of fittings.
• Where to consider and what is the benefits of using fittings.
• How to select reducer, conditions and codes and standards.
• Insulations, codes and standards and types of insulation.
• Air terminals.
• Sizing of air terminals and various types of air terminals.
• Installation of air terminal and considerations.
• BOQ.
• Drafting
• HVAC Revit
• Work Sharing
• Creating Spaces
• Copying Plans
• Air terminals
• Duct Sizing
• Heat Load
• Tagging
• Create HVAC Zones
• Insulations
• Hydronic Pipes


In the present scenario, the global Environmental Imbalances are creating a substantial hike in the use of air conditioning, transforming it from a luxury to a need. In an effort to “GO GREEN”, saving money to attain better comfort level for Spaces, making the consumers to Acquiring the HVAC Systems. According to a survey on job opportunities in the field of HVAC, there is a increase of 40% in the past five years which is expecting to be 34% more by 2025.


Prinston’s HVAC DESIGN Certification Training is delivered by the professionals as per the
industrial requirements & demands. HVAC DESIGN Online Training encompasses comprehensive
knowledge on basic and advanced concepts along with popular SOFTWARES like HAP, DUCT SIZER
AND BETA SOFTWARES used in design. In this course, you will gain expertise in the concepts
like heat load calculations, various selection of equipment, duct sizing and much more

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Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning is the technology of indoor and vehicular environmental comfort. Its goal is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality.

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