This book contains seven sections on the following subjects:
Process Refrigeration Cycles
Describes industrial process centrifugal refrigeration cycles to explain the advantages and disadvantages of various systems. Uses refrigerant 134A in three example comparisons.
Deals with the properties, selection factors and application of refrigerants including 134A.
Heat Transfer Fluids
Discusses those fluids usually referred to as “brine”– meaning any secondary liquid coolant other than water. It discusses the properties, selection factors and application of such fluids to process refrigeration systems.
Centrifugal System Components
Describes components normally used in a process refrigeration system that is designed around centrifugal refrigeration equipment.
Centrifugal Compressor Components
General discussion of the components that make up industrial refrigeration centrifugal compressors. It delves into describing the parts of a centrifugal compressor and their functions.
Reciprocating Systems Components
Brief description of reciprocating compressors and their application in process refrigeration systems. It describes the major and minor components of reciprocating refrigeration systems.
Helical Screw Compressor System Components
Provides a brief description of screw compressors and their application. Reviews the components of screw compressor refrigeration systems.
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