By W. P. Jones
Designed for college students engineers, the 5th variation of this vintage textual content bargains with basic technological know-how and layout ideas of air-con engineering platforms. W P Jones is an stated professional within the box, and he makes use of his adventure as a lecturer to give the fabric in a logical and available demeanour, constantly introducing new innovations with using labored examples. This re-creation has been totally up-to-date take into consideration the newest advancements in criteria, laws and expertise. The booklet comprises contemporary learn on development strength administration platforms and the newest refrigerants. each one bankruptcy includes many examples, workouts and extra analyzing permitting the reader to extend their wisdom via extra learn. ?·Keep up to date with the most recent criteria and technology?·Put conception into perform with examples and routines plus info for additional reading?·New version comprises fresh learn on construction power administration structures and the newest refrigerants
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Use CIBSE psychrometric tables or a psychrometric chart to establish the moisture content. 84 kJ per kg dry air. 23) is also approximately correct for the enthalpy of water vapour over ice. 325 kPa. Use CIBSE psychrometric tables or a psychrometric chart to establish the moisture content. 060 kJ per kg dry air. As in the case of specific volume, the general principle followed by ASHRAE (1997), Goff (1949) and CIBSE (1986) for determining the enthalpy of moist air is to add to the enthalpy of dry air, h a, a proportion of the difference between the enthalpy of saturated air, hs, and the enthalpy of dry air, ha.
17 Wet-bulb temperature 27 factor since it depends on the absolute temperatures of the surrounding surfaces and their emissivities, and also because the transfer of heat by radiation is independent of the amount of water vapour mixed with the air, in the case considered. The radiation is also independent of the velocity of airflow over the surface of the droplet. This fact can be taken advantage of to minimise the intrusive effect of h r. If the air velocity is made sufficiently large it has been found experimentally that (hc - hr)/hc can be made to approach unity.
10. NACA, Standard atmosphere~tables and data for altitudes to 65,000 feet, NACA Report 1235: 66, Washington DC, 1955. 11. C. Bull, Design and use of the new IHVE psychrometric chart, JIHVE, October 1964, 32, 268. 1 The psychrometric chart This provides a picture of the way in which the state of moist air alters as an air conditioning process takes place or a physical change occurs. Familiarity with the psychrometric chart is essential for a proper understanding of air conditioning. Any point on the chart is termed a state point, the location of which, at a given barometric pressure, is fixed by any two of the psychrometric properties discussed in chapter 2.