Trane Air Conditioning Manual
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: Builder's Book
The Trane Air Conditioning Manual is a comprehensive textbook that covers both the fundamentals and the practical applications of air conditioning, and serves as an ideal reference for the student and a valuable source of information for the professional.
This best-selling resource has sold nearly 250,000 copies since its first publication in 1938, and has been used by some educational institutions as a basic text in air conditioning course work. It also serves as a reference for those engaged in the everyday design, application and installation of environmental conditioning for both comfort and process applications.
Now, the newly updated 70th printing of the Trane Air Conditioning Manual incorporates a wealth of new information to reflect the many rapid technical advances in the industry. The book contains new, more accurate methods to determine heat gains; a modern presentation of psychometry; more information of refrigeration, air distribution, comfort and indoor air quality, and completely new sections covering current air conditioning systems.
The Trane Company believes that to better serve the industry, manufacturers should regularly disseminate technical information. This manual is an example of how Trane makes available technical information gathered through its laboratory research and testing programs, and through field experience. 473 pp.
- Heat and Its Measurement
- Heat Gains
- Properties Of Air and The Psychrometric Chart
- Calculations For The Conditioned Air Supply
- Refrigeration Theory, Compressors, and Refrigeration Cycle Components
- Refrigeration and Cooling Apparatus
- Use Of Water In Air Conditioning
- Air Transport Systems
- The Air Conditioning System