Most people think the refrigeration system's job is simply to make an object cold. However, it is more accurate to say that a cold object contains less concentrated or less intense heat than a warmer object used for comparison. Thermodynamically speaking, there's n
This course covers the fundamentals and the principles of the single compression refrigeration cycle. It includes the thermodynamic properties of the refrigerants and basic calculations used to determine capacities of each one of the components in the s
The thermodynamic efficiency of a refrigeration system depends mainly on its operating temperatures. However, important practical issues such as the system design, size, initial and operating costs, safety, reliability, and serviceability etc.
A chiller can be generally classified as a refrigeration system that uses either a vapor compression or absorption cycle to cool. Both the absorption and the mechanical compression systems have the evaporation and condensation of a refrigerant in common.
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