## COMMONLY USED COMPUTER PROGRAMS IN HVAC

The usual need to look up values from various tables and charts makes the conventional hand calculation quite laborious, time consuming and prone to errors and inaccuracies because of the tendency to simplify truncate or interpolate tabulated values. Listed below are...

read more## Finite Element Analysis FEA Terms and Definitions (A to Z) Part-6 (Final)

https://www.mechlectures.com/finite-element-analysis-fea-terms-and-definitions-a-to-z-part-5/ (A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis T TEMPERATURE CONTOUR PLOTS A plot showing contour lines connecting points of equal temperature. TETRAHEDRON TETRAHEDRAL ELEMENT A three...

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https://www.mechlectures.com/finite-element-analysis-fea-terms-and-definitions-a-to-z-part-4/ (A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis O OPTIMAL SAMPLING POINTS The minimum number of Gauss points required to integrate an element matrix. Also the Gauss points at which the...

read more## Revit MEP- State of the Art BIM Software

Introduction Autodesk Revit MEP is a building information modeling (BIM) software created by Autodesk for professionals who engage in MEP engineering. MEP stands for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, which are the three engineering disciplines that Revit MEP...

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Fundamentally, Formula One cars are no different than the Chevy parked out in your garage. They use internal combustion engines and have transmissions, suspensions, wheels...

read more## Finite Element Analysis FEA Terms and Definitions (A to Z) Part-4

(A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis https://www.mechlectures.com/finite-element-analysis-fea-terms-definitions-z-part-3/ L LAGRANGE INTERPOLATION LAGRANGE SHAPE FUNCTIONS A method of interpolation over a volume by means of simple polynomials. This is the basis of...

read more## Finite Element Analysis FEA Terms and Definitions (A to Z) Part-3

(A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis https://www.mechlectures.com/finite-element-analysis-fea-terms-and-definitions-a-to-z-part-2/ G GAP ELEMENT CONTACT ELEMENT These are special forms of non-linear element that have a very high stiffness in compression and a low...

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(A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis https://www.mechlectures.com/finite-element-analysis-fea-terms-and-definitions/ D DAMPED EIGENVALUES Same as complex eigenvalues. DAMPED EIGENVECTORS Same as complex eigenvectors. DAMPED NATURAL FREQUENCY The frequency at which...

read more## Finite Element Analysis FEA Terms and Definitions (A to Z) Part-1

(A to Z) of Finite Element Analysis A ACCELERATION The second time derivative of the displacement (the first time derivative of the velocity). ADAPTIVE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD/ADAPTIVE MESHING An adaptive finite element solver iteratively performs finite element...

read more## Cooling Load Calculations and Principles in HVAC – Part 3

Design Information To calculate the space cooling load, detailed building information, location, site and weather data, internal design information and operating schedules are required. Information regarding the outdoor design conditions and desired indoor conditions...

read more## Introduction to Finite Element Method/Finite Element Analysis (FEM/FEA)

The Finite Element Method (FEM) is a numerical technique used to perform Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of any given physical phenomenon. Introduction The description of the laws of physics for space- and time-dependent problems are usually expressed in terms...

read more## The function of supercharger and turbocharger in automobiles

Valeo calls its device, left, an electric supercharger. It uses an electric motor -- not exhaust gasses -- to spin the impeller. A traditional supercharger looks like the one from Eaton, middle. It is driven by a fan belt connected to the front of the engine....

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