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Technical Building Facilities I

level of course unit


Learning outcomes of course unit

In respect of the heating, cooling, ventilation and electrical engineering trades, stu-dents are able to:
• Describe technical building requirements
• Analyze and calculate technical solutions in the construction sector and compile them in a preliminary planning phase.
• Have professional communication with TGA planners

prerequisites and co-requisites

Civil Engineering I (TEC.1), Civil Engineering II (TEC.2)

course contents

• Meteorological fundamentals, comfort
• Heating and cooling loads
• Heating systems: Description and characteristics of the most important compo-nents, e.g. heat exchangers, boilers, burners, heat pumps, solar systems, automation equipment
• Ventilation technology: Description and characteristics of the most important com-ponents, e.g. fans, air heaters and air coolers, air filters, air humidifiers and dehu-midifiers, heat recovery, fire protection, automation equipment.
• Refrigeration: Description and characteristics of the most important components, e.g. refrigerating machines, recooling plants, cooling ceilings, circulating air cooling units
• Electrical engineering: Description and characteristics of the most important com-ponents, e.g. distribution, fuses, equipment

The module contains 20% exercises. This form of teaching takes place in small groups.

recommended or required reading

• Recknagel, H., et al., 2018. Taschenbuch für Heizung und Klimatechnik 2019/20. 79th edition. Munich: Oldenbourg
• Burkhardt, W. and R. Kraus, 2011. Projektierung von Warmwasserheizungen. 8th edition. Munich: Oldenbourg
• Hausladen, G., K. Tichlmann, 2009. Ausbau Atlas - Integrale Planung, Innenausbau, Haustechnik. 1st edition. Munich: Edition Detail
• Hausladen, G., et al., 2004. ClimaDesign - Lösungen für Gebäude die mit weniger Technik mehr können. Munich: Callwey Verlag
• Daniels, K., 2003. Advanced Building Systems. Munich, Zürich: Birkhäuser
• Büttner, W. et al., 2011. Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik, 1st Munich: Oldenbourg
• Bumiller, H et al., 2018. Fachkunde Elektrotechnik. Haan-Gruiten: Verlag Europa-Lehrmittel

assessment methods and criteria

Term paper and written exam

language of instruction


number of ECTS credits allocated


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planned learning activities and teaching methods

Blended Learning

semester/trimester when the course unit is delivered


name of lecturer(s)

Director of Studies

course unit code


type of course unit

integrated lecture

mode of delivery


work placement(s)