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●This course is a Review Course for the Building Envelope section of the CEM test. It provides a detailed and in depth review of the material presented at the Five Day CEM Training Course, as well as providing supplementary materials and information that the CEM Instructors do not usually have the time to cover in the Five Day course.

●This course also provides:
   –Practice problems and examples to improve your understanding of Building Envelope and Systems; and to increase your problem solving skills.
   –A 20 question Practice Test and a 20 question Proficiency Test to better prepare you for the Building Envelope section of the CEM test.

Module Objectives
  • Components of the Building Envelope
  • Improving the Building Envelope
  • Window films, shading coefficients, and analysis
  • Methods of heat transfer, heat loss through walls and ceilings, and the degree day method
  • Thermal resistance, thermal conduction, and conductivity
  • Energy savings from adding insulation
  • Air and water heat flow problems, and heat flow equations
  • Sensible heat flow problems using air based systems or water based systems
  • The Psychrometric Chart, and reading the Psych Chart
  • Dry bulb and wet bulb temperatures, relative humidity, humidity ratio, dew point, volume and enthalpy
  • Air based heating problems requiring sensible and latent heat
  • Air based cooling problems (air conditioning) requiring sensible and latent heat
  • Benefits of variable speed drives
  • Practice problems and Practice test
CEM Review Series: Building Envelope

BARNEY CAPEHART, Ph.D, C.E.M., is a professor emeritus of industrial and systems engineering at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He has broad experience in the commercial/industrial sector, having served as Director of the University of Florida Industrial Assessment Center from 1990 to 1999. He has personally conducted over 100 audits of industrial facilities and has assisted students in conducting audits of hundreds of office buildings, small businesses, government facilities, and other commercial facilities. He is the lead author for the Guide to Energy Management textbook, founding editor of the Encyclopedia of Energy Engineering and Technology, and co-author or editor of five other energy books. Dr Capehart is the creator of AEE's Five Day Training Program for Energy Managers, and has trained over 10,000 energy managers in that program.

Individual topic purchase: Selected
Association of Energy Engineers
CEU: 0.80
PDH: 8.00
AEE Re-certification: 1.60
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