Thermal Environmental Engineering / Edition 3by Thomas H. Kuehn, James W. Ramsey, James L. Threlkeld
Pub. Date: 01/22/1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall
The latest edition of the classic book grounded in the fundamentals. It introduces heating, ventilation, and air conditioning starting with basic principles of engineering leading to the latest HVAC design practice. Its engineering approach emphasizes fundamentals and realistic applications. Acknowledging numerous approaches to all engineering/b>/b>… See more details below
The latest edition of the classic book grounded in the fundamentals. It introduces heating, ventilation, and air conditioning starting with basic principles of engineering leading to the latest HVAC design practice. Its engineering approach emphasizes fundamentals and realistic applications. Acknowledging numerous approaches to all engineering problems, the book presents alternate approaches and describes why some approaches work best in specific applications and what compromises are made using each of them. Provides carefully worked examples with step-by-step solutions listing assumptions, reference equations, and supporting material. Incorporates a careful use of easy-to-follow units and conversion factors providing basic mass and energy balances. The third edition of Thermal Environmental Engineering has been updated to reflect current approaches as well as new chapters on energy estimation, air handling system design, and piping system design. Discusses new replacement refrigerants as well as environmental issues. Presents single and multiple zone psychronetric systems; moisture transport in building structures; and the latest topics on indoor air quality and human comfort. An essential reference book for professional mechanical engineers.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration.
2. Review of Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer.
3. Mechanical Vapor-Compression Refrigeration Cycles.
4. Mechanical Vapor-Compression Refrigeration Components and Systems.
5. Absorption Refrigeration.
6. Ultralow-Temperature Refrigeration: Cryogenics.
7. Thermodynamic Properties of Moist Air.
8. Psychometric Processes and Applications.
9. The Psychrometer and Humidity Measurement.
IV. HEAT- AND MASS-TRANSFER PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONS.
10. Direct-Contact Transfer Processes Between Moist Air and Water.
11. Heating and Cooling of Moist Air by Extended Surface Coils.
12. Human Thermal Comfort and Indoor Air Quality.
13. Solar Radiation.
V. HEATING- AND COOLING-LOAD CALCULATIONS IN BUILDINGS.
14. Winter Design Heat Loss.
15. Instantaneous Heat Gain.
16. Instantaneous Cooling Load.
17. Energy-Estimation Methods.
VI. AIR AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DESIGN.
18. Air-Distribution System and Duct Design.
19. Hydronic System Operation and Design.
Appendix A. Thermodynamic and Thermophysical Property Tables.
Appendix B. Weather Data.
Appendix C. Refrigerant, Cryogenic, and Psychrometric Charts.
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