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      HVACR 201

      ISBN 13: 9781418066642

      ISBN 10: 1418066648

      Author: John E. Hohman; Joseph Moravek

      Pages: 464

      Published: 06/17/2009

      Price: $96.95 Add to cart

      Description
      The second installment in a series of useful and resourceful guides, HVACR 201, continues to build upon the basics of the HVACR trade. The result of a joint effort by industry leading Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), PHCC Educational Foundation Plumbing Apprentice & Journeyman Training Committee (PHCC Educational Foundation), and the Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES), the book begins with simpler HVACR concepts and progresses into increasingly complex theories and skills. Starting with coverage of all of the important components of a system, the book advances to deal with topics in electrical ,heating, motors , and cooling- then moving to troubleshooting and installation procedures. Theoretical knowledge is presented alongside practical, industry-relevant examples, allowing both entry-level technicians and 2nd year apprentices to easily learn and apply key HVACR concepts.

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      Benefits
      • industry-specific language is used in a clear, straightforward writing style, ensuring readers gain information that is readily applicable to the world of their trade
      • detailed pictures, graphs, and tables clarify and illustrate important systems and processes
      • field examples and real-world scenarios encourage readers to think critically, preparing them for work in the field
      • reflects a curriculum developed by a subject matter committee sponsored by the organizations
      • based on the need for the industry to have technicians who know both theory and practice
      • special section on maintenance and inspection
      Author Bio
      John E. Hohman
      John Hohman has over 35 years as a member of RSES. He has also held positions as n installer, serviceman, designer, and engineer in HVACR. He holds a patent in cascade refrigeration. He is an instructor, department chair, and administrator for several colleges. He is also a consultant and trainer for the industry.
      Joseph Moravek
      Joseph Moravek is the HVACR director at Nance Universal HVACR Technical School in Beaumont, Texas, where he is responsible for short- and long-term training course development and updating curriculum. He also occasionally teaches local and overseas HVACR classes for Nance. In addition, he serves as a consultant with Mechanical Training Service, Houston, Texas, doing EPA training, continuing education for contractors and other custom developed coursework. A licensed air conditioning and refrigeration contractor in the state of Texas, he holds several ICE and NATE certifications, is a member of the ASHRAE, CARE and AEE professional organizations and has a master's degree in education. Mr. Moravek started in the HVACR profession in 1976 doing heat load calculation for a federally-funded weatherization program. His experience also includes working as an HVACR technician and inspector for the city of Houston. He served as the HVACR lead instructor at Lee College for 14 years.
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      Table of Contents
      1)Year 2, First Semester
      a)Chapter One: Review of Refrigeration Cycle
      i)Basic refrigeration cycle
      ii)Saturation, superheat and subcooling
      iii)Compressors
      iv)Metering devices
      v)evaporators
      b)Chapter Two: Compressors
      i)Reciprocating
      ii)Scroll 2 stage
      iii)Hermetic and semi-hermitic
      iv)Rotary types, how they work, applications
      c)Chapter Three: Refrigerants and Lubricants
      (1)Applications and required lubricants
      (2)CFCs, HCFCs, chemical strength
      (3)Safety and handling
      (4)EPA certification
      (5)Recovery and recycle
      d)Chapter Four: Refrigerant Handling Certification
      e)Chapter Five: Condensers
      (1)Air cooled
      (2)Water cooled
      (3)Evaporative
      f)Chapter Six: Metering Devices
      i)Capillary tubes
      ii)Fixed orifice/plate
      iii)Thermostatic expansion valves (TXV)
      iv)Electronic expansion valves (EXV)
      g)Chapter Seven: Accessories
      i)Receivers
      ii)Accumulators
      iii)Service valves/access ports
      iv)Suction/liquid line heat exchangers
      v)Low ambient controls
      vi)Reversing valves (defrost, heat pump)
      vii)Relief valves
      viii)High/low pressure control
      ix)Vibration eliminators
      x)Crankcase heater
      h)Chapter Eight: Evaporators
      i) Types (plate, fin) and applications
      ii) Latent and sensible heat removal
      iii) Superheat
      iv) Direct expansion and flooded
      v) Pressure drop
      vi) Moisture removal
      vii) Defrost applications
      i)Chapter Nine: Evacuation and Charging
      i)Leak testing methods
      ii)Troubleshooting
      iii)Recovery
      iv)Vacuum pumps
      v)Dehydration
      vi)Safety
      j)Chapter Ten: Heating
      i)Types of heating appliances
      ii)Components, burners and valves
      iii)Boilers: water and stream
      iv)Sequence of operation
      v)Pumps
      vi)Venting
      vii)Gas pipe capacity
      viii)Ignition devices
      ix)Combustion process and testing
      x)Code and safety
      xi)Carbon monoxide
      xii)Electric and strip
      xiii)Radiant
      xiv)Venting
      xv)Combustion and secondary air
      xvi)Gas manifolds
      xvii)Temperature controls
      xviii)Safety and Limit controls
      xix)Sequence of operation
      k)Chapter Eleven: Electrical
      i)Ohms law review and application
      ii)Transformers, voltage, line vs load
      iii)Types of wire and wire sizes
      iv)Circuits and schematics
      v)Relays
      vi)Capacitors
      vii)XFMR
      viii)Logic
      ix)Sources: single and 3 phase
      x)Switches and loads
      xi)Contactors
      xii)Troubleshooting/testing
      xiii)Starters
      xiv)Overload protectors/overcurrent protection (fuses & circuit breakers)
      xv) Overcurrent/fuses
      xvi)Grounding
      xvii)Breakers
      xviii)OCPDs
      xix)Bonding
      xx) Sizing
      xxi)Disconnects and wire sizing
      l)Chapter Twelve: Electrical Troubleshooting
      i)Symptoms, possible causes and a...
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