3.7.1 Hydronic Cooling Systems

Course subject(s) Module 3: Distribution of heat, cold, and air in buildings

This lecture will focus on different hydronic cooling systems. You will learn about the different aspects and limitations of these cooling systems, as well as what to keep in mind when designing hydronic cooling systems in buildings.

Note: On slide 6, the formula is given as: “Q = (αc Ac + αr A)*(Temitter,mean-Ti)”, however, this should be: “Q = (αc Ac + αr Ar)*(Temitter,mean-Ti)“. This also applies for the follow-up calculations. 

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