Refrigeration Air Conditioning (RAC) Lab Manual Mechanical (3rd Year) Engineering eBook PDF

Vaani1

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Hey Future Mechanical Engineer,

You have reached the right page to get the free download of very good written classroom lecture notes in eBook PDF format on the subject - Refrigeration Air Conditioning. The subject Refrigeration Air Conditioning is mostly taught in the third year of the Mechanical engineering course.


I have uploaded the PDF eBook file and handwritten lecture notes on Refrigeration Air Conditioning for easy downloading below. Meta info of file:

Subject Name: Refrigeration Air Conditioning
Course: Mechanical Engineering - Third Year
No. of Pages in this notes eBook: 64

Topics covered in Refrigeration Air Conditioning lecture notes eBook:
  • To study and calculate capacity & COP of Vapour Compression Refrigeration(VCR) system
  • To study and calculate capacity & COP of Vapour Absorption Refrigeration(VAR) (Electrolux Refrigeration) system
  • Study of Air Conditioning system and calculate COP of Air Conditioning system with the help of P-H Chart
  • To carry out the Heating process of fresh air and find out relevant parameter of air and also plot the process on psychrometric chart.
  • To carry out Cooling process of fresh air and find out relevant parameter of air and also plot the process on psychrometric chart.
  • To carry out Heating and humidification process and find out relevant parameters and also plot the process on psychrometric chart
  • To carry out Cooling and humidification process and find out relevant parameters and also plot the process on psychrometric chart
  • To carry out Cooling and dehumidification process and find out relevant parameters and also plot the process on psychrometric chart
You can download the PDF lecture notes eBook for the subject - Refrigeration Air Conditioning below.

Cheers!
 
 

Ashvio

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Hi Vaani !
Where is the download link for the above post on RAC ?
 
 
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