Friday, May 11, 2018

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration By REX MILLER and MARK R. MILLER

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration By REX MILLER and MARK R. MILLER
CHAPTER 1 Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Tools and Instruments
CHAPTER 2 Development of Refrigeration
CHAPTER 3 Voltage, Current, and Resistance
CHAPTER 4 Solenoids and Valves
CHAPTER 5 Electric Motors: Selection, Operational Characteristics, and Problems
CHAPTER 6 Refrigerants: New and Old
CHAPTER 7 Refrigeration Compressors
CHAPTER 8 Condensers, Chillers, and Cooling Towers
CHAPTER 9 Working with Water-Cooling Problems
CHAPTER 10 Evaporators
CHAPTER 11 Refrigerant: Flow Control
CHAPTER 12 Servicing and Safety
CHAPTER 13 Freezers
CHAPTER 14 Temperature, Psychrometrics, and Air Control
CHAPTER 15 Comfort Air Conditioning
CHAPTER 16 Commercial Air-Conditioning Systems
CHAPTER 17 Various Types of Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps
CHAPTER 18 Estimating Load and Insulating Pipes
CHAPTER 19 Installing and Controlling Electrical Power for Air-Conditioning Units
CHAPTER 20 Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Careers
An introduction to the basic principles and practices of the air-conditioning and refrigeration industry is more than just a review of the facts and figures. It requires a complete look at the industry. This text presents the basics of all types of refrigeration. It explains the equipment that makes it possible for us to live comfortably in air-conditioned spaces and enjoy a wide variety of foods. Up-to-date methods of equipment maintenance are stressed. The latest tools are shown. The applications of the newer types of units are emphasized. The field of air-conditioning technology is still growing and will continue to grow far into the future. New technicians will need to be aware of the fact that
change is inevitable. They will have to continue to keep up with the latest developments as long as they stay in the field.This textbook has been prepared to aid in instructional programs in high schools, technical schools, trade schools, and community colleges. Adult evening classes and apprenticeship programs may also find it useful. This book provides a thorough knowledge of the basics and a sound foundation for anyone entering the air-conditioning and refrigeration field. The authors would like to give a special thanks to Mr. Burt Wallace who is an instructor in the air conditioning and refrigeration program in Tyler Junior College and Mr. Andy Bugg an AC Applications Engineer for one
of the largest air conditioning manufacturers for their most valuable contributions to the book. Both live in Tyler, Texas.



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