Thursday, February 7, 2019

Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration

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Air-conditioning is a process that simultaneously conditions air; distributes it combined with the outdoor air to the conditioned space; and at the same time controls and maintains the required space’s temperature, humidity, air movement, air cleanliness, sound level, and pressure differential within predetermined limits for the health and comfort of the occupants, for product processing, or both.

The acronym HVAC&R stands for heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, and refrigerating. The combinationof these processes is equivalent to the functions performed by air-conditioning.

Because I-P units are widely used in the HVAC&R industry in the U.S., I-P units are used in this
chapter. A table for converting I-P units to SI units is available in Appendix X of this handbook.

1 Introduction
2 Psychrometrics
3 Air-Conditioning Processes and Cycles
4 Refrigerants and Refrigeration Cycles
5 Outdoor Design Conditions and Indoor Design Criteria
6 Load Calculations
7 Air Handling Units and Packaged Units
8 Refrigeration Components and Evaporative Coolers
9 Water Systems
10 Heating Systems
11 Refrigeration Systems
12 Thermal Storage Systems
13 Air System Basics
14 Absorption Systems
15 Air-Conditioning Systems and Selection
16 Desiccant Dehumidification and Air-Conditioning

Author Details
"Shan K. Wang" 
Individual Consultant

"Zalman Lavan"

 Professor Emeritus, Illinois
Institute of Technology

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