This is a thorough revision of the definitive, classic text for any level course on refrigeration, refrigeration and air conditioning, and environmental control in buildings. It is an equipment-oriented textbook that applies theoretical results of engineering theories to refrigeration and air conditioning engineering problems. This enables the student to understand both common and uncommon problems in designing, selecting and applying air conditioning and refrigeration components and systems.
The scope of this subcourse takes in unit components of the absorption system, including their functions and maintenance; water treatment methods and their relationship to centrifugal systems; centrifugal water pumps and electronic control systems, including the relationship of amplifier, bridge and discriminator circuits to electronic controls. The subcourse consists of three lessons. Lesson 1. 2. 3. Direct Expansion and Absorption System. Centrifugal Systems and Water Treatment. Centrifugal Water Pumps and Electronic Control Systems.
Blood components are excellent volume expanders, and transfusion may quickly lead to volume overload. Monitoring the rate and volume of the transfusion and using a diuretic can minimize this problem.
Refrigerated (4°C) or frozen (–18°C or below) blood components can result in hypothermia when rapidly infused. Cardiac dysrhythmias can result from
exposing the sinoatrial node to cold fluid. Use of an in-line warmer will prevent this complication.
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING IV (EQUIPMENT COOLING)
..REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING IV (EQUIPMENT COOLING) Subcourse OD1750 Edition A United States Army Combined Arms Support Command Fort Lee, VA 23801-1809
14 Credit Hours INTRODUCTION This subcourse is the last of four subcourses devoted to basic instruction in refrigeration and air conditioning.