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Automobile Engineering Vol-VI [Automotive Air Conditioning]

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Automobile Engineering Vol-VI [Automotive Air Conditioning]

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About The Book
The book Automotive Air Conditioning  has been splitted in two parts : Part-A : Basic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Part-B : Auto Air Conditioning. This time the book has been tailor made in accordance of syllabus of All India Board of Technical Education of Various States as well as National degree curriculums. It is also assured that the technology has been upgraded with respect to refrigerants and electronic sensing, microprocessors, cooling zones had been incorporated in the literature. It has compiled the latest technology content of “Air Conditioning” and somehow attempted to synchronise with the syllabus of Degree and Diploma Engineering students. The readers may find the first time an illustrative  detailed  informative  topics  like  Properties  of  Refrigerants  of  R-12, R-134a, Global Stroboscope / Ozone layer depletion,  HCFC Free Gas Information, Systems Operated by MPFI, the Overhauling Step by Step procedures with the equipment. Compressors like 2M, 6P, 10P, TV-10 etc. Expansion Valves, Magnetic Clutch, Evaporator explained in details. It also includes Maintenance, Repairs, Troubleshooting, Pre-Inspection, Overhauls, Tools and Equipments with Safety Prevention.



Table of Contents

Basic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
1. Fundamentals of Refrigeration
2. Air Refrigeration
3. Vapor Compression Refrigeration Systems
4. Vapor Absorption Refrigeration System
5. Refrigerants
6. Pschrometry
7. Human Comfort
Auto Air Conditioning
1. Fundamentals of Automotive Air Conditioning
2. Automotive Air Conditioning Systems
3. Functional Parts
4. Maintenance and Repairs of Air Conditioning
5. Repair of Air Conditioning Components
6. Stratospheric Ozone Protection

Additional Information

Additional Information

Author Anil Chhikara
Edition 2016
Binding Paper Back
Number of Pages 200
Size 7 × 9.5 inch

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