Electrical Engineering for Architects by Robin Clark – 30 May 2019


Starts: 30 May 2019 at 17:30
Ends: 30 May 2019 at 19:30
Location: The Cape Institute for Architecture, 71 Hout Street, Cape Town
CPD Validated: 0.2 credits (Validated by cia)
Non-member Price: R172.50
Members Price: R115.00

Event Details

A brief look at a Mind Map that has been created including some main aspects related to electrical engineering as it is experienced from an Architects’ point of view.

Our thoughts about creating an introductory course for Architects on electrical engineering – mostly relating to building services. Projects where Architects are appointed to take responsibility for services. Issues with design/supply contracts.

MAIN ASPECTS
Brief introduction to various electrical engineering services

BUILDING SERVICES
Building services to residential developments will be the main subject of the Introductory Course

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
Brief introduction to fire systems, smoke detection, access control, CCTV, intrusion detection systems and central antenna TV systems. In addition external electronic systems, data systems, telephone systems or TV systems that need to be reticulated throughout the site.

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEMS
Brief introduction to PV/Inverter and other systems

UNDERGROUND RETICULATION
Certain aspects of the underground reticulation systems included in Township reticulations.

BUILDING USE
Residential projects, Commercial buildings, Industrial buildings and Institutional buildings

RESIDENTIAL
Building services in residential buildings.

SINGLE RES
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
SPACE ALLOCATIONS
QUALITY

ENGINEERING SERVICES
Lighting design, Small power design, Electronic services required, Site monitoring and Financial control.

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