Chilled-Water Terminal Systems

APP-CMC052-EN

Trane applications engineers discuss system design and control strategies for various types of chilled-water terminal systems, including fan-coils, chilled beams, and radiant cooling. Topics include: types of terminal equipment, variable-speed terminal fan operation, dedicated OA system design, chilled-water system design, and complying with ASHRAE 90.1 requirements.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify design and control strategies that can save energy in various types of chilled-water terminal systems, including fan-coils, chilled beams, and radiant cooling
  • Summarize the latest fan motor technology used in chilled-water terminal units 
  • Explain how to design and control a dedicated OA system as part of a chilled-water terminal system
  • Identify key design considerations for central geothermal systems.
  • Identify design and control strategies for the chilled-water plant for use with various types of terminal units
  • Understand how to comply with ASHRAE Standard 90.1 when designing a chilled-water terminal system
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This ENL discusses system design and control strategies for various types of chilled-water terminal systems, including fan-coils, chilled beams, and radiant cooling. Topics include: types of terminal equipment, variable-speed terminal fan operation, dedicated OA system design, chilled-water system design, and complying with ASHRAE 90.1 requirements.

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