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By Edward G. Pita P.E.

Utilizing not less than arithmetic, this article explores the basic suggestions of air con and their software to platforms, explaining all strategies in a transparent, useful demeanour. specializes in difficulties and examples usually encountered at the task.

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9 psia. 17 represents the same heating process, or cooling if done in reverse. When the water reaches 212 F (e) and more heat is added, it does not boil, but the temperature continues to rise. When the"temperature reaches 240 F (d), however, the boiling process begins and the temperature remains constant until the liquid has completely evaporated. This shows that the temperature at which the water boils changes with pressure. 9 psia. 9 psia. If the same experiment were carried out with the surrounding pressure at 6 psia, we would find that when heat was added, the boiling process would begin at 170 F.

7. Identify the changes that occur when a substance changes between its liquid and vapor states. 8. Use the saturated property tables for water and the sensible and latent heat equations. 9. Make some general conclusions regarding energy conservation in HVAC. A study of this chapter will enable you to: I. Identify units and convert from one set of units to another. 2. Calculate density, specific volume, and specific gravity. 3. Express the relationship between pressure and head, and among absolute, gage, and vacuum pressure.

S. and SI units. 4 MASS, FORCE, WEIGHT, DENSITY, AND SPECIFIC VOLUME. The mass (m) of an object or body is the quantity of matter it contains. S. unit of mass is the pound mass. The SI unit is the kilogram (kg). 20 CHAPTER2 A force is the push or pull that one body may exert on another. S. unit of force is the pound force. The SI unit is the Newton (N). The weight (w) of a body is the force exerted ou it by the gravitational pull of the earth. That is, weight is a force, not mass. Unfortunately the word weight is often used for mass of a body.

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