DISTRICT COOLING ENGINEERING & DESIGN

In this course, you will explore the principles and practices of engineering and designing district cooling networks. We will discuss the key differences between district heating and cooling networks, examine different pipeline materials (steel and plastic), delve into frequently occurring problems in DC systems, learn about solutions to these, and conduct hydraulic calculations to ensure efficient system operation. Modelling tools will be introduced too.

FORMAT

Online Course in Zoom

DURATION

4 Hours
(+ lunch break 30min)

DISCOUNT

Members of Euroheat & Power -10%

DATE

19.03.2024
11:00 - 15:30 CET

District Cooling Engineering and Design 

11:00 - 12:00 CET
District Cooling Networks Specificity -
Different Pipe Materials, Pressures and Temperatures

This introductory lecture by Aleksandr Ledvanov (HeatConsult, Estonia) highlights the fundamental differences between district heating and cooling networks. Participants will gain insight into the unique challenges and considerations (like pipeline materials, pressures and temperatures) in district cooling system design. 

12:00 - 13:00 CET
Hydraulic Calculations for District Cooling

In this lecture by DEVCCO (Denmark), participants will learn how to perform hydraulic calculations for district cooling systems. Topics include flow rates, pressure drops, pipe sizing, and pump selection. Real-world examples and case studies will be used to reinforce hydraulic calculation principles.

13:30 - 14:30 CET
Current Problems in District Heating Systems

In his lecture, Dr Alaa Olama (Egypt) will focus on critical aspects of modern District Cooling systems, addressing pressing concerns such as over-capacity in DC systems and the challenge of low delta T syndrome. With a keen eye on industry benchmarks, Dr. Olama will elucidate key performance indicators (KPIs) essential for effective system management. Moreover, he will underscore the imperative of adherence to international agreements, notably the Montreal Protocol, in ensuring sustainability and environmental stewardship within the realm of DC engineering.

14:30 - 15:30 CET
District Cooling in Practice - Examples from France

In this lecture, Engie, a leading French energy company, will present their District Cooling projects, elucidating the methodologies employed in their modelling and calculation processes. 

LECTURERS

Our course features highly experienced and knowledgeable lecturers who are experts in their respective fields. Each lecturer brings a wealth of practical experience, academic expertise, and a deep understanding of the subject matter to the classroom. They have a proven track record of delivering engaging and insightful instruction, ensuring that participants receive the highest quality education.

Engie (FR)

Leading French energy company
DEVCCO (DK)

District Energy projects developer in Denmark

Dr Alaa Olama (Egypt)

Head of the Permanent Committee writing the Egyptian District Cooling Code,

Author of "District Cooling: Theory and Practice, Taylor and Francis, CRC Press, USA, 2017"

Aleksandr Ledvanov (EST)

Co-founder of HeatConsult, EUR ING
  • CERTIFICATION INCLUDED

    The certification included in this course is a testament to our commitment to delivering high-quality education and ensuring that participants possess a recognized and valuable credential. Our certification is meticulously designed to reflect the depth of knowledge and skills acquired throughout the course. It is widely respected and acknowledged within the industry, serving as a mark of distinction and a validation of the participant's expertise in the field of energy efficiency assessment. The certification not only demonstrates proficiency in key concepts and practices but also enhances professional credibility and career opportunities. With our rigorous assessment processes and stringent standards, participants can trust that the certification they earn carries substantial value and recognition in their pursuit of excellence.


PROJECT OBJECTIVES

#1

Develop and deliver high-quality training courses on district heating and cooling, solar heating, and heating and cooling substations, tailored to the needs of professionals in the energy industry.

#2

Provide participants with a deep understanding of the technical, operational, and economic aspects of district heating and cooling systems, enabling them to implement efficient and sustainable solutions.

#3

Equip participants with the knowledge and tools to effectively integrate solar heating technologies into district heating systems, maximizing the utilization of renewable energy sources.

#4

Enchance participants' understanding of heating and cooling substations, their design principles, and their role in optimizing energy efficiency and system performance.

PROJECT AIM

By partnering with Euroheat & Power and leveraging on the network of DHC experts in its membership, Enerhack aims to provide a comprehensive and impactful training program that addresses the evolving needs of professionals in the district heating and cooling industry.

#5

Foster knowledge exchange and networking among participants, enabling the sharing of best paractices and experiences in the field of district heating and cooling.
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