HVACR 401 Heat Pumps

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-05-09
  • Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning

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HVACR 401 SPECIALTY SERIES: HEAT PUMPS sets itself apart from other books on the market with its emphasis on the service technician perspective, instead of the design engineer viewpoint. The book begins with a review of the refrigeration cycle in comfort conditioning, and gradually progresses to more in-depth topics, including electrical schematics, maintenance, geothermal heat pumps, and troubleshooting case studies. With content that has been closely reviewed and revised in conjunction with the most respected national organizations in the HVACR industry (ACCA, PHCC, and RSES), this will prove to be a valuable learning tool that offers a wide range of critical concepts, presented in a clear, straightforward manner that facilitates comprehension and encourages you to apply the information as you learn it.

Table of Contents

Review of the Refrigeration Cycle in Comfort Conditioning (The One Way Heat Pump)
Reversing the Cycle
The Outdoor Unit as the Heat Absorber
The Indoor Unit as a Heat Rejector
The Heat Pump Thermostat
Heat Pump Components
Specific Defrost
Electrical Schematics
Heat Pump Installation (Air Source)
Scheduled Maintenance
Troubleshooting Case Studies
Load Estimates
Typical Heat Pump Systems
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Geo-source Heat Pumps
Water-source Heat Pumps
Flow Centers and Pumping Configurations
Geothermal Sequence of Operation/System Checks
Geothermal Installation
Geothermal Scheduled Maintenance
Troubleshooting Geothermal
Energy Calculations and Efficiency
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