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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

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T.Y.Diploma Sem VI, Computer Engineering Group, MSBTE

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Author: S. Sagare, R. Taharabadkar and R. Gorde

Book ID: 1642

ISBN: 978-93-5016-316-0

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CONTENTS

1. Introduction to Refrigeration

1. Introduction

1.1 Necessity and Applications of Refrigeration

1.2 Concept of Refrigerator, Heat Engine and Heat Pump

1.3 Unit of Refrigeration, C.O.P. EER and Refrigerating Effect

1.4 Non-Conventional Methods of Refrigerant

2. Refrigerants

2.1 Classification of Refrigerants

2.2 Desirable Properties of an Ideal Refrigerant

2.3 Selection and Nomenclature of Refrigerants

2.4 Concept of Green House Effect

2.5 Ozone Depletion

2.6 Concept of Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP)

2.7 Global Warming

2.8 Global Warming Potential (GWP)

2.9 Eco-Friendly Refrigerants like R-134a and Hydrocarbon Refrigerants

3. Refrigeration Cycles

3.1 Reversed Carnot Cycle

3.2 Air Refrigeration Cycles

3.3 Air Craft Refrigeration using Simple Air Cooling System

3.4 Steam Jet Refrigeration

2. Vapour Compression and Absorption Systems

1. Vapour Compression Cycle

1.1 Principle of Vapour Compression Cycle (VCC)

1.2 Components of Vapour Compression Refrigeration System

1.3 Representation of VCC on P-H and T-S Diagram

1.4 Effect of Wet and Dry Compression

1.5 Effect of Superheating

1.6 Effect of Sub Cooling or Under Cooling

1.7 Effect of Suction Pressure and Discharge Pressure of Compressor on VCC

1.8 Actual Vapour Compression Cycle

1.9 Methods of Improving C.O.P.

1.10 Introduction to Multistage VCC

1.11 Need of Multistage VCC

1.12 Advantages of Multistage Compression Over Single Stage Compressor

2. Vapour Absorption System

2.1 Principle of VAS

2.2 Simple Vapour Absorption System

2.3 Practical Vapour Absorption System

2.4 Lithium Bromide (Li –Br) Absorption System

2.5 Electrolux Refrigerator System

3. Refrigeration System Equipments

1. Introduction

2. Compressors

2.1 Classification of Compressors

2.2 Parameters for Selection of Compressor used in Domestic Refrigeration

2.3 Applications of Compressors

2.4 Compressor for Car Air Conditioning System (Wobble Plate Type)

3. Condenser

3.1 Air-cooled Condensers

3.2 Water-cooled Condensers

3.3 Evaporative Condensers

3.4 Condenser for Ice Plant

4. Expansion Devices

4.1 Capillary Tube

4.2 Thermostatic Expansion Valve

4.3 Automatic Expansion Valve or Constant Pressure Valve

4.4 Expansion Device for a Domestic Refrigerator

5. Evaporators and Chillers

5.1 Evaporators

5.2 Chillers

4. Psychrometry

1. Introduction

2. Definition and Necessity of Air Conditioning

2.1 Definition

2.2 Necessity of Air Conditioning

2.3 Properties of Air

3. Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure

3.1 Psychrometric Relations

4. Psychrometric Chart

5. Psychrometric Process

5.1 Basic Processes on the Psychrometric Chart

6. By-pass Factor (BPF)

7. Apparatus Dew Point (ADP)

8. Concept of SHF, RSHF

9. Adiabatic Mixing of Air Streams

10. Air-conditioning Equipments

10.1 Humidifier

10.2 Dehumidifier

10.3 Filter

10.4 Heating and Cooling Coils

10.5 Air Washers

5. Comfort Conditions and Cooling Load Calculations

1. Introduction

2. Thermal Exchange of Body with Environment

2.1 Factors Affecting the Human Comfort

2.2 Effective Temperature

3. Components of Cooling Load

6. Air Conditioning and Air Distribution Systems

1. Introduction

2. Classification of Air Conditioning Systems

2.1 Industrial and Commercial Air Conditioning Systems

2.2 Summer Air Conditioning System

2.3 Winter Air Conditioning System

2.4 Year-round Air Conditioning System

2.5 Central Air Conditioning System

2.6 Unitary Air Conditioning System

2.7 Split Air Conditioning System

3. Air Distribution Systems

4. Duct

4.1 Classification of Ducts

4.2 Duct Material

4.3 Requirement of Duct Material

4.4 Duct System

4.5 Losses in Duct System

5. Fans and Blowers

5.1 Air Distribution Outlets

5.2 Types of Air Distribution Devices

5.3 Diffusers

6. Insulation

7. Applications of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems

1. Introduction

2. Domestic Refrigerator

2.1 Room Air Conditioner

2.2 Water Cooler

3. Commercial Application of Refrigeration

3.1 Ice Plant

3.2 Milk Processing

3.3 Cold Storage

4. Industrial Application of Refrigeration

4.1 Textile Industry

4.2 Photographic Industry

4.3 Printing Industry

4.4 Food Industry

5. Automobile Air Conditioning

6. Central Air Conditioning System

6.1 Chilled Water Type Central Air Conditioning

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