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MEP Fundamentals

Eng. Abd El-Hamid Magdy
Eng. Ahmed Emad Hamdy 

MEP Fundamentals


MEP Training  Round #53


Contact Us / EGY : 00201033435666

Contact Us / KSA  : 00966564887377


Introduction :

 

This Diploma covers the fundamental topics of Mechanical, Plumbing, and Firefighting disciplines, while learning how to implement the design using different types of programs such as (AutoCAD, Fire Elite, Pipe SIZER, Duct SIZER, and HAP 4.9).

 

This Diploma is perfect for those who want to start a new career in MEP Engineering, Also, for those who already work as MEP Engineers and need to master new design tools and programs.

 

No previous experience is required, this diploma was prepared to start from the very beginning and provide you with the needed understanding of MEP systems using a set of professional software.


Package Structure:-

 

The Diploma provides a complete understanding of the basics and different systems used in MEP by conducting total practical application on real projects.


Syllabus outline:

 

  • HVAC COURSE OUTLINES (40 Hour)

This Course Provide Fundamental HVAC Topics during (10 Lectures) Covering The Following:

 

  1. The main objectives and scope of HVAC engineering.
  2. The most important codes and standards we deal with.
  3. Cooling load estimation using HAP 4.9 program.
  4. The different Dx-Systems (Split, Package Unit, VRF…etc.)
  5. Chilled Water system main components.
  6. Different types of chillers, cooling towers, pumps, and how to select the right one.
  7. Chilled water valves and equipment Hookups.
  8. Chilled water-piping design.
  9. Air Distribution Principles.
  10. Different air outlets and how to select.
  11. Different Duct types and duct designs.
  12. How to calculate the External Static Pressure for different equipment.
  13. How to calculate the Pump head pressure for different pumps.
  14. Ventilation requirements for different applications.
  15. Different types of fans and how to select the right one.

 

Day (1) – Introduction

  1. Course Outlines.
  2. History of refrigeration systems.
  3. HVAC systems brief Introduction.
  4. Common References.

 

Day (2) – Cooling Load Estimation

  1. Introduction to Load Estimation.
  2. Sources of Heat to Building.
  3. Brief introduction to the psychometric chart
  4. HAP 4.9.
  • Introduction to Program.
  • Weather Properties.
  • Project Libraries.
  • Spaces Properties

 

Day (3) – Dx- Systems

  1. Introduction to HVAC Systems.
  2. Vapor –Compression Cycle.
  3. Different Types of Dx units (Package Units / Split Units).
  4. VRF Systems.
  5. How to create different types of Dx- units on HAP 4.9.
  6. Reading HAP Reports.
  7. Selection form Cat.

 

Day (4) – Chilled Water systems (1)

  1. Introduction to chilled water systems.
  2. Different types of Chillers compressors.
  3. Air-cooled and Water Cooled Chillers.
  4. Absorption Chillers.
  5. Cooling tower principle of work.
  6. Different Cooling Tower Classification (Induced / Forced Draft, Counter / Crossflow cooling towers).

 

Day (5) – Chilled Water systems (2)

  1. Different types of Pumps (Inline, closed Couple, Horizontal /Vertical Split Case, End
  2. Suction).
  3. How to read the Pump Curve.
  4. Different Types of Terminal cooling coil (AHU, FCU).
  5. Main component of Air Handling Units
  6. Using Heat recovery systems in AHU.
  7. Chilled Water System (Primary only System, primary secondary system, primary Variable system).

 

Day (6) – Chilled Water systems (3)

  1. Air Systems (Constant Air Volume - CAV / Variable Air System - VAV).
  2. How to create a Chilled water system on HAP 4.9.
  3. How to create a Chilled water Plant on HAP 4.9.
  4. Reading HAP Reports.
  5. Selection form Cat.

 

Day (7) – Pipe Network Sizing

  1. Different Types of Chilled water Valves (Gate, Butterfly, Check, etc.).
  2. Chilled water network auxiliary Equipment (Expansion Tank, Air separator).
  3. Main Hookups for different equipment.
  4. Chilled water Pipe sizing.

 

Day (8) – Air Distribution

  1. Introduction to Human comfort.
  2. Air Distribution principles.
  3. Air Outlets Classifications.
  4. How to select the suitable outlet

 

Day (9) – Duct System Design

  1. Different types of duct work (Circular / Rectangular / Oval).
  2. Different duct materials (Galvanized steel, black steel, stainless steel, etc.).
  3. Textile duct system.
  4. Different types of Damper.
  5. Duct system design.

 

Day (10) – Fans & Ventilation Systems

  1. Different types of fans (Centrifugal, axial, etc.).
  2. How to read fan curve.
  3. Ventilation requirements for different applications.

PLUMBING COURSE OUTLINE (30 Hour):

1st Lecture:

  1. Introduction to Plumbing Systems.
  2. Codes & Standards for Plumbing design& installation
  3. Water Supply System Resources
  4. Estimation of Water Demand for various projects

 

2nd Lecture:

  1. Main Components of Water Supply Network. (Water Supply pipes & Valves).
  2. Sizing of Water Supply Pipes.

 

3rd Lecture:

  1. Pumps Selection (Booster pump, Lifting Pump).
  2. Hot Water System & Hot Water Return System.

 

4th Lecture:

  1. PRACTICAL SESSION for Water Supply System (AutoCAD).

 

5th Lecture:

  1. Drainage System.
  2. Selection of Drainage pipes, Sizing of Pipes.
  3. Lift Station and Slow Down Chamber Design.

 

6th Lecture:

  1. Sewer Drainage Systems (Inspection Chambers – Manholes –Storm Drainage… etc.).
  2. PRACTICAL SESSION for Drainage System (AutoCAD).

FIREFIGHTING COURSE OUTLINE (30 Hour):

 

1st Lecture:

  1. Introduction to Firefighting Systems.
  2. Codes & Standards for Firefighting design& installation.
  3. Occupancy Hazards Classifications.
  4. Types of Building Occupancies.

 

2nd Lecture:

  1. Main Components of Firefighting Water Network. (Pipes, Valves & other required Accessories and Testing of Firefighting Water Pipes).
  2. Manual Firefighting Systems (Landing Valves – Hydrants – Portable Extinguishers…etc) - Siamese Connection.

 

3rd Lecture:

  1. Sprinkler Floor Control Valve (Zone Control Unit).
  2. Fire-Water Sprinkler Classification.
  3. Water Sprinkler Distribution
  4. Sprinkler Piping and Sizing.

 

4th Lecture:

  1. Types of fire protection water systems.
  2. 2. Automatic Gas Suppression Systems.
  3. Introduction to Hydraulic Calculation.
  4. PRACTICAL ON FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM DESIGN (CAD 1/2).

 

5th Lecture:

  1. Hydraulic Calculation using FIRE ELITE SOFTWARE.
  2. PRACTICAL SESSION.

 

6th Lecture:

  1. Codes& standards for firefighting pumps.
  2. 2. CHARACTERISTICS, TYPES, AND SEQUENCE OF OPERATION FOR FIREFIGHTING PUMPS.
  3. 3. FIRE PUMP ROOM.
  4. 4. FIREWATER TANK CALCULATION.

 


Package Duration:

 

100 Hour


About Engineering Tracks:

 

One of the first leading Egyptian-Saudi training centers in the Arab nation which adopted the online education methods in a decade, and offers a set of professional training programs approved by the highest scientific and global institutions such as:

PMI - NASP - IBDL - NCEES - EGPC - WPIAM - Helwan University - Egyptian Syndicate of Engineers.

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Eng. Abd El-Hamid Magdy

Instructor

Eng. Ahmed Emad Hamdy 

Instructor

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