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Electricity and Electronics for HVAC




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Description
This book is intended to provide an introduction to the basic principles of electricity and electronics as they apply to refrigeration, heating, and airconditioning systems. It combines basic principles, using very little math, with the latest applications found in the HVAC industry.

The fields of refrigeration, air conditioning, and heating are undergoing some very rapid changes. The advent of the computer chip has made it possible to control heating and cooling systems precisely and with a great deal of freedom in programming their applications. The new high-efficiency furnaces utilize the chip both for sequencing and for protection from accidental damage. Most of these programmable controllers provide instructions and technical bulletins. They are numerous, and each has its own approach to solving a given problem. This book will make it possible for you to understand these instructions and improvements.

Content:-
Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. Introduction to Electricity
Chapter 2. Current,Voltage, Resistance, Power, and Ohm’s Law
Chapter 3. Resistors, Other Electric Components, and Their Symbols
Chapter 4. Series and Parallel Circuits
Chapter 5. Magnetism, Solenoids, and Rela
Chapter 6. Electrical Measuring Instruments
Chapter 7. Electrical Power: Direct Current and Alternating Current
Chapter 8. Inductors and Transformers
Chapter 9. Capacitors and Capacitive Reactance
Chapter 10. Single-Phase and Three-Phase Alternating Current
Chapter 11. Solid-State Controls
Chapter 12. Alternating Current Motors
Chapter 13. Electrical Safety
Chapter 14. Control Devices
Chapter 15. Heating Circuits
Chapter 16. Air-Conditioning Circuits
Chapter 17. Refrigeration Circuits
Chapter 18. Troubleshooting
Chapter 19. Controlling Electrical Power for Air-Conditioning Units
Chapter 20. Careers in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Index

Author Details
REX MILLER is Professor Emeritus of Industrial Technology at the SUNY College at Buffalo. He has taught technical curriculums at the high school, technical school, and college levels for more than 40 years. Dr. Miller is the author or coauthor of over 100 textbooks for vocational and industrial
arts programs, including McGraw-Hill’s best-selling Carpentry and Construction and Electrician’s Pocket Manual.

MARK R. MILLER is Professor and Coordinator of Industrial Technology at the University of Texas at Tyler. He has taught technical curriculums at the high school, technical school, and college levels for more than 25 years. Dr. Miller is the author or coauthor of over 30 textbooks for trade and technical programs, including McGraw-Hill’s Welding Licensing Exam Study Guide and Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.




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