SPD693 - Sprinkler Design II

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Subject Title
Sprinkler Design II

Subject Description
With the knowledge and skills acquired in HDS493 (Manual Calculation Techniques) and HDS593) Sprinkler Layout and Hydraulic Calculation Software), students will design and draw a variety of complex automatic sprinkler systems using an alternate software. Stocklists for these automatic sprinkler systems will be prepared with the emphasis on the practical aspects of waste reduction.

Credit Status
One college subject credit. HDS493 is a pre-requisite for this course.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. copy, delete and move files using the Windows NT Explorer;
2. produce floor plans, sections and details in accordance with architectural standards using an application software;
3. design and draw tree systems flat, sloped and peaked to industrial standards using an application software;
4. design and draw looped and gridded systems to industrial standards using an application software;
5. view a sprinkler layout in 3D using various viewpoints and viewports for the purpose of minimizing errors;
6. prepare and print hydraulic design reports suitable for submission to authorities having jurisdiction;
7. prepare and print stocklists with the intention to minimize waste reduction;
8. plot architectural drawings to a specific scale

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