ACT 2160 - Environmental Control Systems
2 Class Hours, 2 Lab Hours
An advanced-level course that explores the principles of climate control, electrical power distribution, lighting systems, and plumbing. Topics include heat loss/gain, HVAC systems, power plans, artificial lighting plans, day lighting, plumbing, alternate energy sources, sustainability, green building practices, and ecological concerns. Students prepare HVAC, lighting, electrical and plumbing drawings for a small commercial project utilizing BIM (building information modeling) software. Prerequisite(s): ACT 1161 , CAD 1650 and MATH 1710 (or Initial Level 3 placement or higher in Math ).
Semester Availability: Spring
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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