Student reviews

Heat Pumps 101
4.7
Based on 104 reviews
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05/29/2023

This class does a great job of assuming the student has no knowledge of heat pumps and imparting some of the basic concepts needed to understand heat pumps.

Bill Nowak
05/14/2024

Worth the time to break down the fundamentals of thermo-dynamics and heat pump technology. Great starting point.

Daniel O'Coin
02/28/2024

I encourage college students to give a look at the HVAC&R field, it's a very open market in US and it is really interesting.

Amr Abdelmoneim
02/09/2024

Great introduction!

Shawn Green
01/04/2024

Quiz questions need review. 2 of the 3 were on matters not even briefly discussed during the course.

Chris Ryan
12/17/2023

It was presented at a pace which was easy enough to follow. The presenter was very good at explaining terms.

Denis Cooke
08/01/2023

Yes

Gokularaj Elangovan
07/31/2023
Riley C
06/07/2023

well worth the time.

Bruce Bailey
Energy Conservation Advisor, Colquitt EMC
05/22/2023

Basic course describing the many variations in heat pump system.

Glen Suhren
Engineer, Self
05/18/2023

This really helped be design a system for my own house. I have a electrical background and have been in and around cnstruction most of my working life. Rarely does someone take the time to stop what they are doing and explain something in such great detail. John does not "Dumb it Down" with the technical terms, but takes the time to explain what they mean and the differences of each.. It kind of reminds me when I was in trade school. Especially like the part where he explained energy and power as it relates to heat pumps. This is a really well thought out course and delivered in plain language anyone can understand. Can't wait for the next one.

Frank Smith
Gate House Watch
05/04/2023

Mr. Siegenthaler is like a really great coach - always reinforcing and emphasizing mastery of the basic knowledge and skills that are necessary to achieve top performance. And like a really great teacher, he never confuses, never over-complicates. If you didn't quite get what he just said, don't just brush it off. Listen to it again. Or read it again. Don't give up. Listen and read carefully. Sometimes you have to work hard to be able to understand something. When you really understand something, that becomes a powerful tool in your hands.

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