Date:
31 Oct 2017,
12PM – 1PM
duration:
1hr
Location:
Online
Cost:
  • $80.00 excl. GST
  • Group broadcasting (up to 5 people)
    $250.00 excl. GST
  • Group broadcasting (up to 10 people)
    $475.00 excl. GST
Register Add to Calendar 2017-10-31T12:00:00+13:00 2017-10-31T13:00:00+13:00 Pacific/Auckland Design & specification of solar thermal technology [DESI-001] This webinar is a practical training session on the design and specification of solar thermal systems in commercial and residential applications. It will cover all solar thermal technologies and plumbing methodologies, including best practice integration with ring mains. Improve your understanding of solar thermal fundamentals and tools to apply it to systems design and specification. Online Engineering New Zealand hello@engineeringnz.org

This webinar is a practical training session on the design and specification of solar thermal systems in commercial and residential applications. It will cover all solar thermal technologies and plumbing methodologies, including best practice integration with ring mains. Improve your understanding of solar thermal fundamentals and tools to apply it to systems design and specification.

Get a good overview of solar thermal technology. Whatever your level of experience, learn about the latest developments in solar thermal technology and how they fit with other solar technologies.

Join the webinar to gain crucial design advice that will help you discriminate between different approaches in the practical application of solar thermal. Session themes include frost protection, over temperature/stagnation conditions and different pressure situations and considerations.

Gain the tools you need to do initial system design for feasibility analysis by looking at the calculations involved in system sizing, including storage requirements. Learn about different modelling software packages and interpreting their reports. Review points attribution under GreenStar and Living Building Challenge. Look at the most widely-available live monitoring systems and integration with Building Management Systems. Take advantage of the Q&A session to develop your knowledge.