The pdf file to the left contains the slides from the presentation I made to the Oregon ASHRAE Chapter for their January 2018 lunch meeting.
If you are interested in exploring the central plant sketch up model that I mentioned and used for the system diagram discussion, you can find the latest version on the Sketchup page of this site. I am very close to updating and adding to that page to provide a findings list for the models and also a current "answer" if you decide to develop a system diagram. You will find an older version of the model along with an instructional video about making a system diagram for it in a blog post I did titled System Diagrams: Practice Making a System Diagram. The "answer" is linked from the subsequent blog post. The only real difference is that the current version of the model is much more detailed than the version provided in the blog post links.
If you found the logic diagrams I used to illustrate the logic for the cooling tower fan control to be of interest, you can download the current version of the files associated with tool I used to create them on the Logic Diagram page of this website. I have also included the actual examples in a updated version of the tool that I have yet to upload to the website for you to download above.
Finally, a number of people were asking about the self study checklist and technical guide, both of which are built around the 10 commissioning skills I mentioned towards the end of the presentation. You will find them on the EBCx Skills Guidebook page of the website (under the General Resources page).
You will also find a Resource List under the General Resources page. The list is a compilation of mostly free resources that we put together to support our classes. We try to go over it once a year or so to make sure the links are current and add stuff that we have found, but if you find a broken link, let us know and we will see if we can repair it.
We are about to upload a new version of the resource list, so you may want to check back every once in a while. to see if its there yet. Generally, we try to note any changes and additions to the site on the "What's New" page, so all you need to do is check there.