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Number of Units for

Lecture and Laboratory


Lecture - 3 units
Number of Contact Hours
per week
Lecture -3 hours
Prerequisite
Thermodynamics 2, Heat Transfer
Course Objectives
After completing this course, the student must be able to:
l. Know the parts and functions of the components in a refrigeration
system
2. Apply the basic
heat and mass transfer principle in the analysis of refrigeration systems
3. Design a simple
refrigeration system of a specified load and utilization
Course OutIine
l. lntroduction to refrigeration system.
2. Basic vapor compression refrigeration system
3. Refrigerants energy consumption and effects to environment.
4. Function and performance of the condenser and evaporator
5. Expansion devices
6. Physical and chemical properties of the different refrigerants
7. Multi-stage compression cycle.
8. Absorption refrigeration cycle
9. Air cycle refrigeration system
l0. Steam jet refrigeration cycle
ll. lntroduction to cryogenics
Laboratory Equipment
None
Suggested References
Stoecker, W. and Jones, JW, Pelr|gerat|on and A|r Cond|t|on|ng, (latest
edition)
Jordan, Pelr|gerat|on and A|r Cond|t|on|ng (latest edition)
Mclntire, Pelr|gerat|on Fng|neer|ng
Arora, CP, Pelr|gerat|on and A|rcond|t|on|ng, McGraw-H|//, 2001
Sta. Mar|a, H., Pelr|gerat|on and A|rcond|t|on|ng, Nat|ona/ Book Store, 2001
D|ncer, l., Pelr|gerat|on Systems and App/|cat|ons, John W|/ey and Sons,
2003
Course Name AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATION SYSTEMS
Course Description
AlR CONDlTlONlNG THEORY AND DESlGN. The course deals with
Psychrometric properties of air; factors affecting human comfort; air distribution
and basic duct design, drying, heating and ventilation; cooling load calculations;
complete design of an air-conditioning system and its components.
Number of Units for
Lecture and Laboratory
Lecture -2 units
Laboratory- l unit (computational laboratory)
Number of Contact Hours
per week
Lecture - 2 hours
Laboratory 3 hours (computational laboratory)
Prerequisite Refrigeration Systems
Course Outline Allied and Professional Courses (ME)
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Course Objectives
After completing this course, the student must be able to:
l.
ldentify the components and functions of an air-conditioning system
2.
Calculate the air conditioning load in a given application
3.
Apply the principles of heat transfer and thermodynamic analysis to air-
conditioning systems
Course OutIine
l. Air-conditioning system and its psychrometric processes and application
2. Cooling load calculations
3. Air distribution system, duct sizing and equipment specification
4. Refrigerant Piping, Chilled and Cooling Water Piping System, Air
Conditioning Equipment Design and Selection, and Air Washers
5. Ventilation
6. Comfort condition and lndoor Air-Quality
7. Conventional and alternative air-conditioning systems
Laboratory Equipment
None
Suggested References
McQuiston, Faye C, Parker, Jerald D and Spitler, Jeffrey, D.; Heat|ng,
Vent|/at|ng and A|rcond|t|on|ng {Ana/ys|s and Des|gn), 6
th
Ed., John Wiley
and Sons, 2004
Wang, Shan K; Handbook of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, 2
nd
Ed., McGrw
Hill, 2002
l997 ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals
l995 ASHRAE Handbook of HVAC applications
l996 ASHRAE Handbook of HVAC Systems and Air conditioning Systems
Stoecker, W. and Jones, JW, Pelr|gerat|on and A|r Cond|t|on|ng, latest edition)
Jordan, Pelr|gerat|on and A|r Cond|t|on|ng
Arora, CP, Pelr|gerat|on and A|rcond|t|on|ng, McGraw-H|//, 2001
Sta. Mar|a, H., Pelr|gerat|on and A|rcond|t|on|ng, Nat|ona/ Book Store, 2001

Course Name VIBRATION ENGINEERING
Course Description
This course is intended to introduce the students to the fundamental
concepts of vibration as it affects operation and performance of machine
components. lt involves modeling of mechanical systems, derivation of the
differential equations for such systems and its varying solutions (responses)
based on different excitations. Emphases will be on analysis, design,
measurement, damping and computational aspects. The computer as a
computational tool will also be utilized.
Number of Units for
Lecture and Laboratory Lecture -2 units
Number of Contact Hours
per week
Lecture - 2 hours
Prerequisite Differential Equations, Dynamics of Rigid Bodies
Course Outline Allied and Professional Courses (ME)
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