Radiant Cooling and Heating

Online

Length: 1 module

Instructor: Robert Bean

Subjects: Renewable HVAC: HVAC Design, Green Building: Building Science, Green Building: Sustainable Building

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Description

Millions of dollars are now being invested into radiant cooling and heating and thermal comfort research. In this free 1-hour lecture, Robert Bean will take you through the radiant design sequence he has used for 30 years.

He’ll cover both cooling and heating systems and will discuss the various steps including key issues you can use in your own design practice. For new or seasoned designers and those who want to get into radiant cooling, this 12-step process should be your first step into this developing technology.

Free 1-Hour Lecture

Enroll today to view Robert's 60-minute lecture video, which is available any time.

Q+A Call Recording

After watching the lecture video, you can download the MP3 of a 40-minute Q+A call in which Robert answers participant questions.

Self-Paced Online Course

This online course is both self-serve and self-paced. You can begin instantly upon enrollment.

Access Information and Build Your Training Library

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Earn a Certificate of Completion

When you complete this course you are eligible for a certificate of completion from HeatSpring. You can download your certificate as soon as you have completed all of the course requirements. Students can easily share their verified certificates on their LinkedIn profiles using our one-click LinkedIn integration.

Instructor

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Robert Bean

Pres., ICC INc.

Robert Bean, R.E.T., P.L.(Eng.) is a registered engineering technologist in building construction and a professional licensee in mechanical engineering. He is president of Indoor Climate Consulting Inc. and director of www.healthyheating.com. He is a volunteer instructor for the ASHRAE Learning Institute and serves ASHRAE TC's 6.1, 6.5, 7.4 and SSPC 55 Thermal...[more]

Course Outline

Video Lecture and Discussion

In this module, you'll watch the video lecture and download the MP3 recording from a Q+A call in which Robert answers participant questions.

After The Course - Feedback and Additional Resources

In this module, you'll provide feedback on this lecture, request a certificate of completion, and learn about additional resources.

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