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Empower yourself with the knowledge that’s crucial for success in energy auditing.
What you’ll learn
How to apply the first law of thermodynamics to determine system or process efficiency.
The characteristics of water and air – essential knowledge for energy auditors.
The four mechanisms of heat transfer.
How to calculate heat energy, and electrical energy usage.
Energy characteristics of fuel – why you need to be careful with heating values.
How to avoid the easy to make mistake even the smartest auditors make.
Anyone interested in becoming an energy auditor has the right to enroll this course
Energy Auditor Course: Energy FundamentalsThis Energy Auditor Course aims to improve your way of thinking rather than a deep dive into energy fundamentals and technology. Our goal is to help you see more savings opportunities for your clients without being restricted to costly equipment upgrades.Energy Fundamentals for Energy Auditors DescriptionOne of the great things about energy efficiency as a career is the challenge of mastering a broad area of knowledge so that you can provide good advice. Advice that can bring in actual energy savings that help businesses grow and become more environmentally conscious.Understanding the theory of energy fundamentals underpins a lot of this knowledge. If you don’t understand this theory, you’ll probably find it challenging to identify those large savings opportunities. Without a good grasp of energy fundamentals, you’ll be more likely to fall for dubious product suppliers using pseudo-science to promote products that supposedly deliver massive savings.In this Energy Auditor Course, you’ll learn how to apply the first law of thermodynamics and determine the overall efficiency of a system or process. This course then covers the fundamentals of electricity and heat transfer. It looks at the properties of air and water.Finally, the course looks at an easy-to-make mistake associated with energy calculations and how to avoid it.Explore the Bonus LessonDon’t forget to explore the bonus lesson located at the end of the course. It contains a PDF summarizing the content of the course along with links to additional learning resources that will enhance your learning journey.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Your Best Friend – The First Law of Thermodynamics
Lecture 3 Introduction to Energy Calculations
Section 2: Characteristics of Water and Air
Lecture 4 Characteristics of Water
Lecture 5 Characteristics of Air
Section 3: Characteristics of Fuels and Combustion
Lecture 6 Characteristics of Fuels and Combustion
Section 4: Electricity and Its Characteristics
Lecture 7 Electricity and Its Characteristics
Lecture 8 AC Power
Lecture 9 DC Power
Lecture 10 Losses in Electricity Transmission and Distribution
Lecture 11 AC Voltage and Equipment Efficiency
Section 5: Various
Lecture 12 Heat Transfer
Lecture 13 How to Avoid the Easy-to-Make Mistake even the Smartest Auditors Make
Section 6: Summary
Lecture 14 Course Summary
Section 7: Bonus Lesson
Lecture 15 Bonus Lesson
You have no prior energy audit experience,You aren’t familiar with adapting the formulas for potential and kinetic energy to a range of situations,You believe that efficiency is always hard to achieve,You don’t have a systematic way of looking at a system or process and identifying savings opportunities,You find it hard to work with different units