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E-BOOK - BASICS OF AIR CONDITIONING

E-BOOK - BASICS OF AIR CONDITIONING (ISH001BOAC)

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  • Refrigeration is a process of producing cold or a process of taking away heat.
  • Whenever the temperature is to be lowered below the surrounding temperature, it has to be done through a process of cooling.
  • Heat always flows from a higher temperature region to a lower temperature region. If we have to lower the temperature below the surrounding temperature, it requires external energy, as we would then be working against the laws of nature.
  • To understand this better, we can take the example of water. As we know, water flows from a higher level to a lower level, irrespective of the quantity involved. And if we want to raise water to a higher level, we require pumps which in turn require external energy.
  • Exactly similar is the case with heat energy. We therefore, require external energy when using a refrigeration system with a compressor to pump out the heat from the place, where we do not want it to a place where it is not objectionable to discard this heat.
  • Air conditioning is a form of refrigeration. When we use air as a medium for cooling, we call it air conditioning.
 

Index Description

  • Comfort Air Conditioning
  • Process Air Conditioning
  • Body Temperature Control
  • Respiration Losses
  • Relative Humidity
  • Air Motion
  • Outdoor Air
  • Body Temperature Control
  • Standard Air
  • Atmospheric Pressure
  • Specific Density
  • Specific Volume
  • Dry Bulb Temperature
  • Wet Bulb Temperature
  • Dew Point Temperature
  • Applied Psychrometrics
  • Latent Heating Process
  • Cooling and Dehumidification
  • Evaporative Cooling
  • Appiied Psyehrometrics
  • Establishing Required Air Quantity (RSHF & GSHF)
  • Bypass Factor
  • Eliminating Fog/Mist and Condensation
  • Internal Loads
  • External Loads
  • Latent Heat Loads
  • Room Load
  • Effective Loads
  • Refrigeration System Load
  • Cooling Load Calculation Methods
  • Effect of Directional Vanes
  • Duct Design
  • Air Distribution
  • Equal friction method

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