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Fundamentals of HVACR, 2/e
Carter Stanfield
David Skaves
AHRI

ISBN: 0132859610

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132879743
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 8/29/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 744
  • Sales rank: 845,276
  • Product dimensions: 10.60 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Count Lab Number and Name
Section 1
1 Lab 2.1 HVACR Jobs
2 Lab 2.2 HVACR Organizations
3 Lab 3.1 Material Safety Data Sheets
4 Lab 3.2 HVACR PPE
5 Lab 3.3 Locate Safety Equipment
6 Lab 3.4 Ladder Safety
7 Lab 4.1 Using Hand Tools
8 Lab 5.1 Fastener Identification
Section 2
9 Lab 7.1 Balloon — Gas Volume vs. Temperature
10 Lab 7.2 Weighing Solids, Liquids, and Gases
11 Lab 7.3 Measuring Density, Specific Volume, and Specific Gravity
12 Lab 8.1 Energy Conversion
13 Lab 9.1 Measuring Temperature
14 Lab 10.1 Boiling Point vs. Pressure
15 Lab 10.2 Pressure Temperature Relationship of Saturated Mixtures
16 Lab 10.3 Sensible and Latent Heat
17 Lab 10.4 Determining Refrigerant Condition
18 Lab 10.5 Measuring Heat Pump System Capacity
19 Lab 10.6 Sensible and Latent Heat
20 Lab 10.7 Saturated Pressure-Temperature Relationships
21 Lab 10.8 Saturated, Superheated, or Subcooled
22 Lab 11.1 Quantity Pressure Relationship of Ideal Gases
23 Lab 11.2 Gas Temperature and Volume at Constant Pressure
24 Lab 11.3 Gas Pressure Temperature Relationship at a Constant Volume
25 Lab 11.4 Gas Pressure Temperature Volume Relationship
26 Lab 11.5 Air Compression & Expansion
27 Lab 11.6 Ideal Gas Laws
Section 3
28 Lab 14.1 Identifying Refrigeration System Components
29 Lab 14.2 Identifying Refrigeration System Components
30 Lab 14.3 Trainer Refrigeration System Characteristic
31 Lab 14.4 Packaged Unit Refrigeration System Characteristics
32 Lab 14.5 Split System Refrigeration Characteristics
33 Lab 14.6 Bench Unit Refrigeration System Characteristics
34 Lab 14.7 Water Cooled System Characteristics
35 Lab 14.8 Refrigerant Identification
36 Lab 14.9 Refrigerant Oil Identification
37 Lab 15.1 Identifying Compressors
38 Lab 15.2 Semi-Hermetic Compressor Inspection
39 Lab 15.3 Hermetic Compressor Inspection
40 Lab 15.4 Rotary Compressor Inspection
41 Lab 15.5 Scroll Compressor Inspection
42 Lab 15.6 Determining Compression Ratio
43 Lab 15.7 Compressor Autopsy
44 Lab 16.1 Air Cooled Condenser Performance
45 Lab 16.2 Water Cooled Condenser Performance
Lab 16.3 Waterflow Effect on System Performance (see Lab 92.1)
Lab 16.4 Effect of Airflow on System Performance (see Lab 92.2)
46 Lab 17.1 Internally Equalized Thermostatic Expansion Valves
47 Lab 17.2 Externally Equalized Thermostatic Expansion Valves
48 Lab 17.3 Setting a Thermostatic Expansion Valve
49 Lab 17.4 Types of Metering Devices
50 Lab 17.5 Adjusting Automatic Expansion Valves
51 Lab 17.6 Disassembling TEVs
52 Lab 17.7 TEV Installation
53 Lab 17.8 Adjusting Valve Superheat
54 Lab 17.9 Capillary Tube Assembly & Operation
55 Lab 18.1 Installing Condensate Drain
Lab 18.2 Waterflow Effect on System Performance (see Lab 92.1)
Lab 18.3 Effect Of Airflow on System Performance (see Lab 92.2)
56 Lab 19.1 Identifying Refrigerants and Refrigerant Characteristics
57 Lab 19.2 Identifying Refrigerant Lubricant Characteristics
58 Lab 20.1 Solenoid Valves
59 Lab 20.2 Setting an Evaporator Pressure Regulator
60 Lab 20.3 Identifying Accessories
61 Lab 20.4 Installing Accessories
62 Lab 21.1 Describe the Refrigeration System Characteristics Using a Refrigeration Trainer
Section 4
63 Lab 22.1 Disposable Refrigerant Cylinders
64 Lab 22.2 Refillable Refrigerant Recovery Cylinders
65 Lab 22.3 Refrigerant Cylinders
66 Lab 23.1 Refrigerant Gauge Manifolds
67 Lab 23.2 Refrigeration Equipment Familiarization
68 Lab 24.1 Identifying Fittings
69 Lab 24.2 Flaring
70 Lab 24.3 Swaging
71 Lab 25.1 Soldering Copper Pipe
72 Lab 25.2 Brazing
73 Lab 25.3 Lighting The Torch
74 Lab 25.4 Soldering Copper Tubing
75 Lab 25.5 Oxy-Acetylene Torch Safety
76 Lab 25.6 Brazing
77 Lab 27.1 Schrader, Piercing, and Service Valves
78 Lab 27.2 Service Valve Inspection
79 Lab 27.3 Installing Gauges On Schrader Valves
80 Lab 27.4 Installing Manifold Gauges On Manual Stem Service Valves
81 Lab 28.1 Recovery Unit
82 Lab 28.2 Refrigerant Vapor Recovery Self Contained Active
83 Lab 28.3 Liquid Recovery Self-Contained Active
84 Lab 28.4 Liquid Recovery System Dependent Passive
Lab 28.5 Refrigeration Equipment Familiarization (see Lab 23.2)
Lab 28.6 Refrigerant Cylinders (see Lab 22.3)
85 Lab 28.7 Packaged Unit Recovery
86 Lab 28.8 Split System Recovery
87 Lab 28.9 System Pumpdown
88 Lab 29.1 Electronic Leak Detector
89 Lab 29.2 Halide Torch Leak Detector
90 Lab 29.3 Nitrogen Pressure Test
91 Lab 29.4 Detecting Leaks Using Nitrogen And Soap Bubbles
92 Lab 29.5 Detecting Leaks Using Ultrasonic Leak Detector
93 Lab 29.6 Detecting Leaks Using A Halide Torch
94 Lab 29.7 Detecting Leaks Using An Electronic Sniffer
95 Lab 29.8 Detecting Leaks Using A Fluorescent Dye And A Black Light
96 Lab 30.1 Vacuum Pump
97 Lab 30.2 Deep Method of Evacuation
98 Lab 30.3 Triple Evacuation
99 Lab 30.4 Vacuum Pressure Drop Test
Lab 30.5 Refrigeration Equipment Familiarization (see Lab 23.2)
100 Lab 31.1 Charging Cylinder
101 Lab 31.2 Vapor Charging with Charging Cylinder
102 Lab 31.3 Vapor Charging with Digital Scale
103 Lab 31.4 Liquid Charging with Compressor Off
104 Lab 31.5 Liquid Charging with Compressor Running
105 Lab 31.6 Liquid Charging with Blends Zeotropes
Lab 31.7 Refrigeration Equipment Familiarization (see Lab 23.2)
106 Lab 31.8 Charging By Weight Packaged Unit
107 Lab 31.9 Charging By Weight Split System
108 Lab 31.10 Pressure-Temperature Method
109 Lab 31.11 Vapor Charge — Pressure/Temperature
110 Lab 31.12 Superheat Charging
111 Lab 31.13 Vapor Charge — Superheat
112 Lab 31.14 Subcooling Method
113 Lab 31.15 Manufacturer’s Charging Chart
114 Lab 31.16 Checking Charge On Water Cooled System
Section 5
115 Lab 32.1 Using Non-Contact Voltage Detectors
116 Lab 32.2 Electrical Safety Procedures
117 Lab 32.3 Changing Fuses
118 Lab 33.1 Series and Parallel Circuits
119 Lab 33.2 Apply Ohms Law to Series Circuit Voltage Changes
120 Lab 33.3 Ohms Law & Parallel Circuit Voltage Changes
121 Lab 34.1 Alternating Current Principles
122 Lab 34.2 Alternating Current Demonstration
123 Lab 34.3 Identification of Relay & Contactor Parts
124 Lab 35.1 Electrical Multimeters
125 Lab 35.2 Using Volt Meters
126 Lab 35.3 Using Amp Meters
127 Lab 35.4 Using Ohm Meters
128 Lab 35.5 Checking Resistors
129 Lab 36.1 Setting the High Pressure Cutout
130 Lab 36.2 Setting the Low Pressure Cutout
131 Lab 36.3 Setting a Box Thermostat Control
132 Lab 36.4 Testing a Capacitor
133 Lab 36.5 Identify Components on Air Conditioning Diagram
134 Lab 36.6 Identify Components on Heat Pump Diagram
135 Lab 36.7 Identifying Start and Run Capacitors
136 Lab 36.8 Checking Start and Run Capacitors Using Multi-meter
137 Lab 36.9 Identifying Overloads
138 Lab 36.10 Troubleshooting Thermal Overloads
139 Lab 36.11 Pilot Duty Overload Operation
140 Lab 36.12 Magnetic Starter Familiarization
141 Lab 36.13 Wiring Magnetic Starter with a Toggle Switch
142 Lab 36.14 Wiring Magnetic Starter with a Start-Stop Switch
143 Lab 36.15 Electrical Component Identification
144 Lab 36.16 Identification of Relay & Contactor Parts
145 Lab 36.17 Examining Low Voltage Thermostats
146 Lab 36.18 Examining Line Voltage Thermostats
147 Lab 36.19 Identify Pressure Switches
148 Lab 36.20 Testing Transformers
149 Lab 36.21 Checking Low Voltage Thermostats
150 Lab 36.22 Checking Relays and Contactors
151 Lab 36.23 Setting Low Pressure Cutout
152 Lab 36.24 Setting High Pressure Cutouts
153 Lab 37.1 Testing Windings on a Single Phase Motor
154 Lab 37.2 Motor Insulation Testing
155 Lab 37.3 Types of Electric Motors
156 Lab 37.4 Examine Shaded Pole Motor
157 Lab 37.5 Inspecting Open Split Phase Motor
158 Lab 37.6 Inspecting Open Capacitor Start Motor
159 Lab 37.7 Inspecting Permanent Split Capacitor (PSC) Motor
160 Lab 37.8 Wire and Operate Shaded Pole Motors
161 Lab 37.9 Troubleshooting Shaded Pole Motors
162 Lab 37.10 Wire and Operate Open Split Phase and Capacitor Start Motors
163 Lab 37.11 Troubleshooting Open Split Phase & Capacitor Start Motors
164 Lab 37.12 Wire and Operate Open PSC Motors
165 Lab 37.13 Troubleshooting Open PSC Motors
166 Lab 37.14 Ohming Three Phase Motors
167 Lab 37.15 Wire and Operate Three Phase Motors
168 Lab 37.16 Examine ECM Motor
169 Lab 37.17 Operate ECM Motor
170 Lab 37.18 Check ECM Motor Using TECMATE
171 Lab 37.19 Set Blower CFM On ECM Blower Board
172 Lab 37.20 Troubleshooting CSR Motors
173 Lab 37.21 Troubleshooting Motors
174 Lab 38.1 Wiring Diagrams
175 Lab 38.2 Wiring Transformers
176 Lab 38.3 Wiring Contactors
177 Lab 38.4 Wiring Relays
178 Lab 38.5 Identify Electric Component Symbols
179 Lab 38.6 Identify Components on Air Conditioning Diagram
180 Lab 38.7 Identify Components on Heat Pump Diagram
181 Lab 39.1 Draw Window Unit Diagram
182 Lab 39.2 Wire Window Unit Diagram
183 Lab 39.3 Draw Packaged AC Unit Diagram
184 Lab 39.4 Wire Packaged AC Diagram
185 Lab 39.5 Draw 2 Stage Heat 2 Stage Cool Diagram
186 Lab 39.6 Wire 2 Stage Heat 2 Stage Cool Diagram
187 Lab 39.7 Wire a Heating and Cooling Thermostat
188 Lab 39.8 Wire a Packaged Heat Pump Thermostat
189 Lab 39.9 Design and Operate a Simple 120 Volt Relay Circuit
190 Lab 39.10 Design and Operate a Simple 24 Volt Relay Circuit
191 Lab 39.11 Design and Operate a Simple 24 Volt Contactor Circuit
192 Lab 39.12 Wiring a Relay Control System
193 Lab 39.13 Wiring Anti-Short Cycle Time Delays
194 Lab 39.14 Wiring Air Conditioning Control System
195 Lab 39.15 Wiring Commercial Packaged Unit
196 Lab 39.16 Wiring Two Stage Air Conditioning System
Section 6
197 Lab 41.1 Using Sling Psychrometer
198 Lab 41.2 Using Electronic Hygrometer (Digital Psychrometer)
Lab 41.3 Using Magnehelic Gauge (see Lab 73.3)
199 Lab 42.1 Changing Panel Filters
200 Lab 42.2 Servicing Media Filters
201 Lab 42.3 Electronic Air Cleaners
Lab 45.1 Wiring A Split System (see Lab 89.3)
202 Lab 46.1 Duct Components
203 Lab 47.1 Basic Refrigeration System Startup
Section 7
204 Lab 48.1 Principles of Combustion
205 Lab 48.2 Gas Safety Inspection
206 Lab 48.3 Servicing Gas Burners
207 Lab 49.1 Gas Furnace Characteristics
208 Lab 49.2 Natural Draft Furnace Components
209 Lab 49.3 Natural Draft Furnace Sequence of Operation
210 Lab 49.4 Induced Draft Furnace Components
211 Lab 50.1 Installing a Replacement Thermostat
212 Lab 50.2 Program Thermostat
213 Lab 50.3 Pilot Turndown Test — Thermocouple Type
214 Lab 50.4 Pilot Turndown Test — Flame Rob Type
215 Lab 50.5 Pilot Turndown Test — Flame Igniter Type
216 Lab 50.6 Separate Pilot Gas Pressure Regulator
217 Lab 50.7 Check/Test/Replace Hot Surface Igniter
218 Lab 50.8 Natural Draft Furnace Electrical Components
219 Lab 50.9 Induced Draft Electrical Components
220 Lab 50.10 Induced Draft Furnace Sequence of Operation
221 Lab 50.11 Wire a Natural Draft Furnace
222 Lab 50.12 Wire an Induced Draft Gas Furnace
223 Lab 50.13 Gas Valve Inspection
224 Lab 50.14 Adjusting Gas Regulators
225 Lab 50.15 Testing Standing Pilot Safety Devices
226 Lab 50.16 Checking Intermittent Pilot Ignition Systems
227 Lab 50.17 Direct Spark Ignition Controls
228 Lab 50.18 Troubleshooting DSI Control Systems
229 Lab 51.1 Gas Furnace Startup
230 Lab 51.2 Measure Gas Usage
231 Lab 51.3 Gas Furnace Combustion Testing
232 Lab 51.4 Measure Gas Furnace Thermal Efficiency
233 Lab 51.5 Checking Gas Pressure
234 Lab 51.6 Sizing Gas Lines
235 Lab 51.7 Installing Gas Piping
236 Lab 51.8 Inspecting Gas Regulators
237 Lab 51.9 Measuring Draft
238 Lab 51.10 Measuring Temperature Rise
239 Lab 52.1 Gas Furnace Preventative Maintenance (PM)
240 Lab 52.2 Hot Surface Ignition Operation
241 Lab 52.3 Troubleshooting Hot Surface Ignition Systems
242 Lab 52.4 Vent Problems
243 Lab 52.5 Inspecting Heat Exchangers
244 Lab 52.6 Gas Combustion Efficiency
245 Lab 52.7 Troubleshooting Gas Furnace, Scenario 1
246 Lab 52.8 Troubleshooting Gas Furnace, Scenario 2
247 Lab 52.9 Troubleshooting Gas Furnace, Scenario 3
248 Lab 52.10 Troubleshooting Gas Furnace, Scenario 4
249 Lab 52.11 Troubleshooting Gas Furnace, Scenario 5
250 Lab 52.12 Troubleshooting Gas Furnace, Scenario 6
251 Lab 54.1 Oil Burner Tune Up
252 Lab 54.2 Final Oil Burner Adjustment
253 Lab 54.3 Oil Furnace Preventative Maintenance
254 Lab 54.4 Install a Replacement Fuel Oil Pump
255 Lab 55.1 Oil Fired Furnace Startup
256 Lab 55.2 Oil Furnace Storage Tank Maintenance
257 Lab 55.3 Oil Furnace Two Pipe Conversion
258 Lab 55.4 Install a Replacement Fuel Oil Burner
259 Lab 55.5 Check/Test a Cad Cell Oil Burner Primary Control
Section 8
260 Lab 59.1 Wiring Sequencers
261 Lab 60.1 Electric Furnace Startup
262 Lab 60.2 Calculate Airflow by Temperature Rise
263 Lab 62.1 Types of Heat Pumps
264 Lab 62.2 Window Unit Heat Pump Refrigeration Cycle
265 Lab 62.3 Packaged Unit Heat Pump Refrigeration Cycle
266 Lab 62.4 Split System Heat Pump Refrigeration Cycle
267 Lab 62.5 Reversing Valve Fundamentals
268 Lab 62.6 Reversing Valve Operation
269 Lab 62.7 Heat Pump Electrical Components
270 Lab 63.1 Identifying Defrost Controls
271 Lab 63.2 Wiring Dual Fuel Heat Pump
272 Lab 63.3 Electric Strip Heat Operation
273 Lab 65.1 Wiring Packaged Heat Pump
274 Lab 65.2 Install Split System Heat Pump Refrigeration Piping
Lab 65.3 Wire Disconnect Switch And Power Supply (see Lab 89.1)
275 Lab 65.4 Wire Thermostat And Control Wiring
276 Lab 65.5 Evacuate And Charge A Split System Heat Pump
277 Lab 65.6 Split System Start and Check
278 Lab 65.7 Determining Balance Point
279 Lab 66.1 Packaged Heat Pump Charging — Cooling Cycle
280 Lab 66.2 Heat Pump Charging — Cooling Cycle Superheat
281 Lab 66.3 Heat Pump Charging — Cooling Cycle Subcooling
Heating Cycle Charging Article
282 Lab 66.4 Split System Heat Pump Charging — Cooling Cycle: Cold Ambient Temperature
283 Lab 66.5 Packaged Heat Pump Charging — Heating Cycle
284 Lab 66.6 Heat Pump Charging — Heating Cycle: Discharge Line Temperature
285 Lab 66.7 Heat Pump Charging — Heating Cycle: Temperature Rise
286 Lab 66.8 Checking Defrost Controls
287 Lab 66.9 Troubleshooting Heat Pumps, Scenario 1
288 Lab 66.10 Troubleshooting Heat Pumps, Scenario 2
289 Lab 66.11 Troubleshooting Heat Pumps, Scenario 3
Section 9
290 Lab 70.1 Manual J8 Block Load
291 Lab 70.2 Manual J8 Room by Room Load
292 Lab 72.1 Wiring Zone Control System
293 Lab 73.1 Rotating Vane Anemometer
294 Lab 73.2 Flow Hood
295 Lab 73.3 Using Magnehelic Gauge
Lab 73.4 Using Sling Psychrometer (see Lab 41.1)
Lab 73.5 Using Electronic Hygrometer (Digital Psychrometer) (see Lab 41.2)
Section 10
296 Lab 75.1 Belt Drives
297 Lab 75.2 Direct Drive Motor Applications
298 Lab 75.3 AC Induction Motor Blower Properties
299 Lab 75.4 ECM Blower Properties
Lab 76.1 Wiring a Packaged Unit (see Lab 89.2)
Lab 76.2 Wiring a Split System (see Lab 89.3)
300 Lab 80.1 Water Circulating Pump Complete Service
Section 11
301 Lab 88.1 Testing Start Relays
302 Lab 88.2 Ohming Single Phase Hermetic Compressor Motors
303 Lab 88.3 Wire and Operate Hermetic PSC Motors
304 Lab 88.4 Troubleshooting Hermetic Compressor Motors
305 Lab 88.5 Identifying Types of Starting Relays
306 Lab 88.6 Wire and Operate Hermetic Split Phase and Capacitor Start Compressors
307 Lab 88.7 Wire and Operate CSR Motors
308 Lab 88.8 Install Hard Start Kit
Section 12
309 Lab 89.1 Wire Disconnect Switch and Power Supply
310 Lab 89.2 Wiring a Packaged Unit
311 Lab 89.3 Wiring a Split System
312 Lab 90.1 Belt Drive Blower Complete Service
313 Lab 90.2 Cleaning Coils
314 Lab 90.3 Types of Motor Bearings
315 Lab 90.4 Belt Drives
316 Lab 90.5 Direct Drive Motor Applications
317 Lab 92.1 Waterflow Effect on System Performance
318 Lab 92.2 Effect of Airflow on System Performance
319 Lab 92.3 Troubleshooting, Scenario 1
320 Lab 92.3 Troubleshooting, Scenario 2
321 Lab 92.3 Troubleshooting, Scenario 3
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