This course introduces the fundamental concepts and theories of refrigeration and air conditioning. Basic physics, major component functions, gas laws, and pressure/temperature relationship are also introduced to assist in the understanding of the compression refrigeration cycle.
Lesson 1 Introduction to Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Lesson 2 Basic Physics
Lesson 3 Major Component Functions
Lesson 4 Gas Laws (Part 1)
Lesson 5 Gas Laws (Part 2)
Lesson 6 Pressure/Temperature Relationship (Part 1)
Lesson 7 Pressure/Temperature Relationship (Part 2)
Lesson 8 The Compression Refrigeration Cycle (Part 1)
Lesson 9 The Compression Refrigeration Cycle (Part 2)
Lesson 10 The Compression Refrigeration Cycle (Part 3)
Lesson 11 Using Pressure and Enthalpy Diagrams (Part 1)
Lesson 12 Using Pressure and Enthalpy Diagrams (Part 2)
Lesson 13 Safe Practices and Public Relations
Lesson 14 Glossary of Terms
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