Fundamentals of refrigeration
Refrigeration engineering describes the removal of heat from an enclosed space which is to be cooled. In a compression refrigeration system, refrigerant flows through the four main components compressor, condenser, expansion valve and evaporator, thereby undergoing various state changes.
Changes of state in the refrigeration circuit
Energetic analyses of the refrigeration cycle; transparent components offer insights into the changes of state.
Refrigeration circuit with variable load
Compression refrigeration system with water-cooled evaporator.
Compression refrigeration system
Comparison of different expansion elements; effect of under/overfilling of the system with refrigerant.
HSI training system refrigeration and air conditioning technology, base unit
Modern learning environment through hardware/software integration (HSI).
Simple model of a domestic refrigerator for connection to ET 915.
Model of a refrigeration system with refrigeration and freezing stage
Series and parallel connection of evaporators; connection to ET 915.