Wednesday, December 5, 2018

McGraw-Hill's HVAC Licensing Study Guide (Free PDF)



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Description
HVAC technicians and students alike can turn to the HVAC Licensing Study Guide for everything they need to prepare for and pass the major HVAC licensing exams on the very first try! Designed to boost confidence, skills, and knowledge, this unique career-building resource contains over 800 practice questions and answers, essential calculations, and step-by-step troubleshooting tips for the job site.
Written by two of the most experienced and successful authors in the HVAC field, this on-target book presents a wealth of current information on heating…boilers…ventilation ductwork…air conditioning systems and methods…refrigeration…electrical systems…control devices…materials and equipment design…and codes and standards. Filled with over 200 detailed illustrations and handy “tip boxes” on important code matters and exam questions, the HVAC Licensing Study Guide enables readers to:

  • Develop skills with material most likely to appear on the NATE, ICE, RSES, and HVAC licensing exams
  • Improve test-taking ability with over 800 exam-style multiple-choice and true/false questions and answers
  • Learn about the latest refrigerant usage and regulations
  • Keep up with the most recent codes and standards
  • Acquire the confidence, skills, and knowledge needed to pass your licensing exam on the first try


Content:-
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
PART:A HEAT
Chapter 1 HEAT SOURCES 

Chapter 2 HEATING SYSTEMS
Chapter 3 BOILERS, BURNERS, AND BURNER SYSTEMS
PART B PIPING, DUCTWORK, AND VENTILATION
Chapter 4
PIPING SYSTEMS

Chapter 5 DUCTWORK SIZING
PART:C AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENTChapter 6 REFRIGERANTS
Chapter 7 COOLING AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
PART:D REFRIGERATIONChapter 8 REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES
Chapter 9 FILTERS AND AIR FLOW
Chapter 10 MAINTENANCE, SERVICING AND SAFETY
Chapter 11 HUMIDIFICATION, DEHUMIDIFICATION AND
PSYCHROMETRICS

PART:E CODES AND CERTIFICATIONSChapter 12 EPA REFRIGERATION HANDLERS
Chapter 13 HEATING CIRCUITS
Chapter 14 SAFETY ON THE JOB
Chapter 15 TRADE ASSOCIATIONS AND CODES
GLOSSARY
DECODING WORDS
APPENDICES


Author Details 
"Rex Miller", Professor Emeritus of Industrial Technology at the State University College at Buffalo, has taught technical courses at all levels for over 40 years. He is the author or co-author of more than 100 textbooks for vocational schools and industrial-arts programs, including McGraw-Hill’s bestselling Carpentry & Construction and Electrician’s Pocket Manual.

"Mark R. Miller", Professor of Industrial Technology at the University of Texas in Tyler, has taught
technical courses at all levels for over 20 years. He is the author or co-author of more than 30 textbooks for trade and technical programs, including Audel Refrigeration: Home and Commercial and Audel Air Conditioning: Home and Commercial



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