Energy and Building Services Engineering 6 Credits
Course ContentsA survey course about different building services and how these in interaction with the building envelope affect the energy balance of the building.
The course includes the following elements:
-Thermal physics and its technical requirements and standards required in the structures of the building envelope.
-Thermal indoor climate and thermal comfort.
-Regulations and regulatory requirements.
-Air treatment with, ventilation needs, air quality, different ventilation systems, fire safety and ventilation, heat recovery and ventilation efficiency.
-Heat production and heat sources, heating technology, various heating systems.
-Sanitation engineering with technical systems for drinking water, wastewater and stormwater
-Electrical engineering with electrical services, electrical safety, artificial lightning.
-Solar cells and solar heat.
-Energy balance of the building.
-Environmental certification of buildings.
-Technical drawings with symbols and designations for plumbing and electrical systems.
-Space requirements for technical systems in buildings connected to technology and work environment.
PrerequisitesGeneral entry requirements and completed courses 60 credits in first cycle including the courses Building Materials and Building Technology 2, 6 credits and BIM 2 Analysis and Simulation - Architectural Engineering, 6 credits or BIM 2 Analysis and Structrual Design - Construction Engineering, 6 credits
Level of Education: Undergraduate
Course code/Ladok code: TEIN19
The course is conducted at: School of Engineering