Refrigeration engineering is an interdisciplinary science based on physics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, strength of materials, and automation, as well as on the applied sciences of compressors, heat exchangers, expanders, pumps, and others. The objective of this book is to explain the various current modern refrigeration systems and their elements comprehensively, as well as to improve and develop their estimation methods and design procedures. The volume will be of interest to researchers, engineers, and technicians. It may also be used as a reference book for lecturers and as a textbook for students of heat and process engineering, food processing, and air conditioning.... with properties for saturated liquid and vapour as well as log p-i diagrams for the refrigerants R717, R22, and R502. ... pressure (p)bar; specific volume of saturated liquid (va#39;)m3/kg; specific volume of saturated vapour (vaquot;)m3/kg; enthalpy of ... Table (14-1) Refrigerant R717 (ammonia) properties for liquid and saturated.
|Title||:||Modern refrigerating machines|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Science Ltd - 1991-12|