Thermodynamics of the refrigeration cycle
The refrigeration cycle can be described by a sequence of state changes of a refrigerant. This sequence runs periodically and always achieves the initial state (cyclic process). In refrigeration, the state variables such as pressure, temperature and density are important as is the dependence of these state variables on each other.
Thermodynamics of the refrigeration circuit
Compression refrigeration system for thermodynamic investigations, measurement of the mechanical compressor output.
Refrigeration cycle: refrigeration plant and heat pump
Visible phase transitions in evaporator and condenser, log p-h diagram in real time.
Refrigeration system with refrigeration and freezing chamber
Simulation of 18 electrical and hydraulical faults.
Refrigeration system with two-stage compression
Low temperature refrigeration system; compression with injection intercooler and additional refrigerant supercooling.
Refrigeration chamber and defrosting methods
Climatic investigations in cooling and freezing chambers; frosting and defrosting of the evaporator.