INTRODUCTORY GREEN TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
Measure electrical consumption of devices and electrical loads in residential & commercial buildings.
Measure lighting loads and implement power saving options for various structures.
Evaluate insulation values associated with different common insulation materials.
Use a portable datalogger to gather environmental data for analysis.
Evaluate the insulating qualities of soil and water.
Employ a humidity sensor to record humidity levels.
Measure and chart temperature changes in various areas of a structure as heat levels and insulation materials change.
Determine structural components of residential and commercial buildings affect on energy consumption.
Use Computer Aided Drafting & Design software to plan sustainable residential & commercial structures.
Use heating/cooling techniques associated with solar lighting and window placement
Green Structure Design
Design and create a residential structure using green technology and applying LEEDS standards.
Reinforced with Hands-on Labs
The GT-2500 Sustainable Conservation Technology Panel provides students an introductory hands-on interactive experience with multiple energy design, monitoring and auditing processes and technologies
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