This 1 hr course on insulation talks about tangible and intangible benefits of insulation. It has detail narration about different types of industrial insulation and refractories for all temperature ranges. Selection and thickness of insulation is very critical and is explained with different applications. Course is very useful to Engineers, architects, auditors and consultants
Instructors: Dr. Sonal Desai
Why this course?
Benefits of the course
1. How Insulation is beneficial
How Insulation works, what are benefits of Insulation. What is heat transfer mechanism of Insulation like role of conduction, convection and radiation in insulation?
2. Types of Insulation
Three methods of classification of Insulation. First is based on temperature, Second is based on composition of material and third is based on working method of insulation. Applications of Insulation like HVAC, Boiler, Furnace etc
3. Fiber and cellular insulation
Details of Fibrous Insulation (Rock mineral, glass mineral and ceramic fiber), Details of Cellular Insulation (Cork, formed plastic and polystyrene) Details of Granular insulation (Silicate and vermiculite)
4. Selection of insulation, Thickness of insulation and economic thickness of Insulation
About expanded perlite insulation material, Selection of Insulation material, Calculation of Insulation thickness, Economic thickness of Insulation, heat loss calculation
5. Selection of refractories
Application of Refractories, Types of Refractories, Properties of Refractories, About Alumina, Fireclay, Magnesite, Dolomite and ceramic fibers and selection of Refractories
This course is helpful to Engineers, Consultants and Architects.
|Lecture 1 About Insulation Materials|
|Lecture 2 Classification of Insulation Materials|
|Lecture 3 Different Types of Insulation Materials|
|Lecture 4 Selection & Calculation of Insulation Thickness|
|Lecture 5 Refractories|
|Course Material_Insulation & Refractories (51 pages)|
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