Drawing and CAD(3-2-2)
Students learn about basic skills of CAD for drafting equipment drawings using computers.
Building Services Drawing (3-2-2)
Students practice planning and detailed design to enhance understanding in equipment design through practicing building equipment symbols, equipment calculation methods and drafting drawings.
Introduction to Engineering Design (3-2-2)
This class handles the fundamental concepts of communication skills and team work, as well the compilation and presentation that is necessary for the realization of systems that satisfy designated functions and relevant requirements.
General Building Structure (3-3-0)
Students understand basic structural principles of buildings as well as structural forms, elements and components so that students could apply these to building equipment planning and construction.
Computer Aided Design of Building Services (3-2-2)
Computer usage has been spread all over the society. Class handles architectural and equipment CAD and practice application in order for students to be able to plan and design building equipment with computer.
Mechanics of Materials (3-3-0)
Class provides students with basic knowledge on structure element design of building equipments. Class handles issues such as application of force-deformation relations, the third stage of interpretation including equilibrium condition of forces and geometrical validity as well as example problem solving so that students could apply basic knowledge to design and mechanical analysis of machine members or real structure with analysis knowledge of steel and versatile solids.
Fluid Mechanics (3-3-0)
Students understand basic principles and concepts necessary for handling fluids in building equipments including air conditioning, water distribution and drainage, sanitation and fire safety equipments.
Fundamentals of Building Electricity (3-3-0)
Understanding the efficient use of electric energy and automatic system control is an important part of rational facility design and its construction, operation and management. The objective of this class is to acquire a fundamental theory and working knowledge of electrical facilities, such as power, power supplies and lighting systems, as well as electronics, digital logic and computer skills which are the basis for automatic facility control.
Engineering Mathematics (3-3-0)
Based on calculus and algebra student learn about mathematical representation and modeling of water distribution and drainage, air conditioning, heating/cooling and equipment automatic control system, mathematical interpretation techniques as well as techniques to assign physical meanings to mathematical results. Students also learn about calculus, linear algebra, vector space composition, laplace transforms, partial differential equations, probability and statistics in order to apply mathematics to complex systems of field equipment.
Building Environment (3-3-0)
Students understand optimum conditions of heat, light and sound environment for comfortable living of residents in buildings, methods to solve environmental problems and methods to control the problems from the building equipment point of view.
Sanitary System (3-3-0)
Students learn about basic fluid issues such as types and use of pumps, piping materials and sanitary equipments. Students also learn about theories, design and construction methods for water supply, water heater, water distribution, ventilation and wastewater treatment so that students could apply these to sanitary system practice.
Sequential Control (3-3-0)
Students learn about basic theories generally used in building and plant equipment and devices. Students also learn about sequence control methods and applications of applied equipment systems such as principles and roles of component elements, operation and control of motors, water distribution and drainage equipment, air conditioning and cooling/heating system, ventilation equipment, conveying equipments, parking equipments. This would lead student to understand field equipment systems better as engineers.
System Thermodynamics (3-3-0)
Students understand basic concepts on thermodynamic phenomena in energy transfer process through investigating physical properties of heat, law of energy conservation, ideal gas, moist air, analysis of heat power cycle, steam, refrigeration and refrigeration cycle, heat transfer and combustion so that students are able to apply the knowledge to design, construction and management of air conditioning and cooling systems.
Architectural and Building Services Planning (3-3-0)
Building equipment should be fully discussed with architectural planning personnel from the planning stage of building designing in order to reach a mutually satisfactory design to both sides. Class addresses architectural planning and equipment planning methods for building types.
Class addresses law of momentum conservation and energy conservation as basic theories of turbomachinery that is a device mutually transferring fluid energy and machine energy. Students learn about various operational phenomena applying the theories of fluid machinery such as pumps and fans.
Materials for Building Services (3-3-0)
Students understand physical properties and characteristics of materials related to building equipment including duct system and piping system. Students also understand adequate selection of materials and elements for functions and adequate construction methods for each material so that students could apply these to design, construction and management of building equipments.
Fundamental Experiment for Building Environment (3-2-2)
Based on theories of heat, light and sound environment learnt in building environment class, students perform experiments on temperature, moisture, wind speed, lighting and moise such that students understand how equipment affects on building environment and search for solution of caused problems.
HVAC System (3-3-0)
Students learn about basic theories of HVAC, IAQ, load calculation of HVAC, calculation formula and process of HVAC and types of HVAC so that students could calculate cooling and heating loads according to the interior and exterior environmental conditions, select HVAC devices and apply to design and planning of HVAC, duct and piping.
Heating Technology (3-3-0)
Students learn about basic theories required for load calculation and device selection of heating equipments in buildings. Students also learn about basic knowledge on designing of piping, device and subsidiary facilities sot that students could apply these to practice.
Building Services Law (3-3-0)
Architectural equipment provides basic equipment for residents to enjoy a comfortable living in buildings. Class handles equipment related laws including architectural law, fire protection law, laws for treatment of wastewater, night-soil and livestock wastewater treatment and law of energy use rationalization.
Electrical Installation Engineering (3-3-0)
Electricity plays an important role in building equipment directly used as power and light. Building equipment area has been expanded from energy to communication and security according to the development of intelligent building system. Class handles electrical installation issues such as electricity source equipment, lines, lighting and power equipment so that students are able to perform preliminary design of electric equipments as well as to understand the electric energy flow as a whole in a building.
Heat Transfer (3-3-0)
Students understand issues such as heat transfer methods including thermal conduction, convection and radiation, heat gain, heat loss and heat transfer characteristics so that students could apply them to thermal design and application of various equipments.
Sanitary System Design (3-2-2)
Student perform functional analysis of buildings and apply sanitation equipment theory in order to select adequate sanitary equipment system.
Experiments for Plumbing (3-2-2)
Class handles basic experiments necessary for applied design of water supply, drainage and sanitation equipment. Students understand the use of various measure and experiment devices.
Automatic Control for Building Services (3-3-0)
Students understand basic principles and theories of automatic control. Students also understand components of sequential control and feedback control applied to automatic control of building equipment, building automation system (BAS) that is a component of intelligent building system (IBS), HVAC control, energy conservation control techniques and special knowledge so that students understand equipment as integrated system and apply these to design, construction, operation and management of building equipments.
Applied HVAC System (3-3-0)
Students understand basic theories of duct, duct design methods, diffuser, intake, air-stream distribution, cooling/heating heat source devices, HVAC devices, HVAC piping and ventilation equipments so that students could apply these to duct and piping design, HVAC design and HVAC planning.
Fire Protection Engineering (3-3-0)
Students understand basic theories and principles of fire protection equipments. Students also understand major components of fire protection facility such as fire extinction equipment, alarm equipment, fire fighting water, evacuation equipment and fire protection activity equipments so that students could apply these to planning, designing, construction and management of fire protection of buildings as equipment engineer with basic and practical knowledge on disaster prevention and safety.
Numerical Analysis for Engineering (3-3-0)
Class addresses basics of numerical analysis that is basis of analysis and design of building equipment system. Students use computer program to analyze heat and fluid flow related to equipments. Class introduces commercial computer program as a solution.
Design of Heating System (3-2-2)
Based on theoretical knowledge in heating equipment class, student perform building design so as to cope with equipment practice. Students handle projects on individual subjects about steam, water heating and radiation heating.
Experiment of Building Electricity & Control (3-2-2)
Students understand equipment as an integrated system. Students learn about theories and applied techniques of sequence control, equipment automation control, feedback control and computer control as well as basic theories of electricity, electronics and computer. Students perform experiments about issues such as temperature control, flow amount control, moisture control, damper control, energy conservation control, MMI and monitoring system centering around electric and electronic circuit, sequence control and direct digital control of automation control.
Field Training ( - - )
Class let students to experience practical and applied knowledge on design, construction and management of building equipment in fields so that students could prepare on adapting themselves to industry after graduation.
Building Services Maintenance & Management (3-3-0)
Building equipment maintains its own function through adequate management from the completion of facility. Class organizes operation principles, structure and characteristics of various equipments and addresses general knowledge necessary for adequate management especially focused on energy efficient and environment friendly management techniques as well as diagnosis, evaluation and replacement of outworn equipments.
Refrigeration Engineering (3-3-0)
Students understand major refrigeration engineering issues such as basic operation principle of refrigerator, types and characteristics of refrigerant, structure of major refrigerator components and operational principles so that students are able to apply these to HVAC system and various equipments obtaining basic knowledge of various systems.
Building Fire Protection (3-3-0)
Modern buildings show tendency of high-rise and growth in size so that the cause and development of building fire shows complication. There is an increase of danger that slight mistake would cause massive amount of damage in human life and asset resulting disaster. Class handles fire protection as well as fire extinction planning point of view with research and investigation.
HVAC System Design (3-2-2)
Students decide design conditions of buildings based on HVAC design theory and draft drawings with load calculation and equipment selection completing HVAC equipment design drawings.
Building Automation System (3-3-0)
Students learn about basic knowledge and skills on direct digital control of components of building automation system so that student understand the role of management and control in the operation of complex modern building equipments. Students understand related operation techniques and energy conservation techniques with integrated control viewpoint including HVAC, water distribution, sanitation, disaster protection, crime prevention, parking and transportation equipments. Students also understand intelligent building system (IBS) that is synthetic technical area of building equipment.
New and Renewable Energy Systems (3-3-0)
Buildings consume 25% of total primary energy and are responsible for more than 30% of the total CO2 generation. Thus, European countries lead by the U.K. , have ordered the construction of the zero-energy residential buildings, as of 2016. This class focuses on the fundamental and critical application technology of total energy management systems for a greener environment. This is done through the use of photo-voltaic power generation, solar heating, geo-thermal systems, fuel cells, hydro-power generation, micro-scale wind turbines, bio-mass and waste energy, heat pumps and absorption chillers, co-generation systems, and a diversity of other new and renewable energy systems.
Construction of Building Services Facility (3-3-0)
Students understand general issues of building construction and construction management and general knowledge of equipment construction and construction methods for each phases of construction process so that students are able to adapt to economic construction practice.
Noise & Vibration Engineering (3-3-0)
Students understand basic concepts of noise and vibration, physical and mathematical transfer mechanism and noise and vibration problems in equipment devices, piping and duct systems so that students are able to effectively manage noise and vibration problems with theoretical and practical knowledge.
Estimation of Building Services (3-3-0)
Student understand supply process of equipment machinery and piping materials in building equipment construction and student practice about estimation of required materials in order to assess the accurate construction costs.
Construction Management of Building Services (3-3-0)
Building equipment construction follows the process of building construction so that there are mutually close relations between equipment and building. Class addresses construction process management, quality management, safety management, cost management, labour management, material management and device management that are necessary to perform building equipment construction.
Control System Design for Building Services and Facility (3-2-2)
Based on equipment design theory covering CAV and VAV of office building HVAC, heating device control, water supply and drainage control, lighting control system and fire protection system, students evaluate optimum equipment system on environment control and energy conservation aspects. Students develop their attitude as total engineers who could implement (design, construction and operation)building equipment system.
TAB for HVAC System (3-2-2)
Class handles TAB of measurement techniques in HVAC equipment and system analysis and calculation of quantities required in measurement. Student perform experiment on interior environment, water distribution and air distribution in order to increase system analysis capability.
Foundation and Management for Enterprise (3-3-0)
Department maintain curriculum that handle design, construction and management focused on practice. Department also supports backgrounds to establish special equipment related firms or consulting firms by suggesting management minds and vision to students who could establish firms after graduation. Class addresses issues such as foundation related theories and specific knowledge, management, organization, human and industrial psychology, financing, accounting and risk management.
Capstone Design (1),(2),(3-2-2)
This class aims at the cultivation teamwork. Instructed by advising faculties, and using academic approaches, students will learn to organize small-scale group projects, draw designs, solve problems and present their ideas in a cnfident and professional manner.