Industrial Refrigeration Handbook / Edition 1by Wilbert Stoecker
State-of-the-art information and data for today's most efficient industrial refrigeration systems. Drawing from the best of the widely dispersed literature in the field and the author's vast professional knowledge and experience, here is today's most exhaustive coverage of the fundamentals, design, installation, and operation of industrial refrigeration systems.… See more details below
State-of-the-art information and data for today's most efficient industrial refrigeration systems. Drawing from the best of the widely dispersed literature in the field and the author's vast professional knowledge and experience, here is today's most exhaustive coverage of the fundamentals, design, installation, and operation of industrial refrigeration systems. Industrial Refrigeration Handbook details the latest industry changes caused by the coversion from CFCs to non-ozone-depleting refrigerants and the development of microprocessors and new secondary coolants. Also examined in depth are: Multistate SystemsCommonly used in low-temperature systems. Compressors, Evaporators, and CondensersEssential system components. Piping, Vessels, Valves and Refrigerant ControlsThe 'glue' that connects the components. Liquid RecirculationA popular method of distributing refrigerants to various locations throughout the plant. Refrigeration Load CalculationsCrucial to proper system design. Refrigeration and Freezing of Foodtoday's most significant application. Safety ProceduresEspecially for systems using ammonia. Offering a rare compilation of thermodynamic data on the most-used industrial refrigerants, Industrial Refrigeration Handbook is a one-stop source of vital information and guidance for every practitioner in the field.
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- 6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.78(d)
Table of Contents
The Field of Industrial Refrigeration.
Properties, Cycles and Units.
EvaporatorsAir Coils and Liquid Chillers.
Valves and Refrigerant Controls.
Electrical Control and Instrumentation.
Lubrication and Oil Handling.
Conservation, Reclaim, and Storage of Energy.
The Refrigeration and Freezing of Food.
Refrigeration Load Calculations.
Secondary CoolantsBrines and Antifreezes.
Refrigeration Below 40 Degree.
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