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Over a course of nine weeks, basic hydraulic calculations for fire sprinkler systems will be covered so that the participant will be able to recognize and apply the terminology used in the fire sprinkler industry, calculate flow and pressure demands for a sprinkler system by hand, prepare the input for a computer program to perform hydraulic calculations, and interpret the output from a program. The seminar will be taught live online on NFSA.tv. Lectures will be broadcast live to facilitate real‐time interaction with participants anywhere in the world. (Recorded lectures will be available online for review; typically within 24 hours.) Sample exercises will be presented in class and homework will be assigned each week. Completed assignments received by noon on Monday will be graded and returned with comments; typically prior to the following class. Participants will need access to a computer or tablet with a reliable broadband internet connection.Duration: One online class (60 to 90 minutes) per week for nine weeksSeminar Fees: $250 for NFSA members/AHJs and $375 for non‐membersA copy of The Hydraulics Handbook is included with registration!
For a complete syllabus, click HEREPLEASE NOTE: To ensure timely delivery of the handbook, please REGISTER EARLY!
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