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Module 7 - Compression Cycle I

 
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Module 7 - Compression Cycle I

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Compression Cycle I

The principles of cooling, the concept of vapour to liquid conversion, and the air conditioning compression cycle

Upon completion of this module you will understand how to:

1. Explain why a liquid boils and changes to saturated vapor and conversely, why saturated vapor changes to liquid.
2. Describe the function of a receiver.
3. Describe the function of a metering device.
4. Explain what is meant by a ton of cooling.

Topic 1: Boiling and Condensation


* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* How boiling is Initiated
* Boiling Temperature
* Check-Point Question: Boiling and Condensation
* Topic Summary

Topic 2: Vapor to Liquid Conversion

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* From Vapor to Liquid
* Condensing Temperature and Condensing Pressure
* Reducing High-Pressure Liquid to Low-Pressure Liquid
* Vapor Compression Cycle
* A Ton of Cooling
* 40° F Saturated Vapor Superheated to 60° F
* Loss Due to Suction Superheating
* Condenser Heat Rejection
* Check-Point Question: Vapor to Liquid Conversion
* Check-Point Question: Vapor Compression
* Topic Summary
 

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