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For courses in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, HVAC System Design, and Principles of Heating/Ventilating/Ac/Refrigeration in two-year college departments of HVAC or four-year M.E. or M.E.T. departments.
This text provides a detailed, applications-oriented treatment of the mechanical refrigeration cycle, associated equipment, component design, and system operation. It teaches students how processes can be broken down into fundamental principles so that they can develop analytical skills, correctly analyze and troubleshoot systems, and embark upon successful careers as technicians, technologists, and engineers.
I. INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL REFRIGERATION AND FOOD PRESERVATION.1. Introduction to Refrigeration.
II. INTRODUCTION TO THE THERMODYNAMIC PROCESSES OF REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS.4. Mass, Motion, Force, and Work.
III. INTRODUCTION TO THE IDEAL AND REAL REFRIGERATION PROCESSES.9. The Refrigeration Cycle.
IV. REFRIGERATION SYSTEM COMPONENTS.12. Characteristics of Refrigerants.