I've studied the Spirax Sarco freebie stuff found free on the Web.
It's not developed slowly enough for a simpleton like me. I don't
expect them to do so when they don't earn revenue from it - writing
good material incurs noticeable expenses.
I am very willing to pay for reliable, on-point information.
The RSES citation was appreciated. Can our contributor, kindly be
specific as to who/what is "Copland"?
Heres' a link to Copeland Brand Compressors [now a division of Emerson
Climate] but I didn't find any information on their training books here.
After looking through my books for Copeland, there were references for the
Pressure Enthalpy Charting in Part 1 [Fundamentals of Refrigeration.] first
book. You can purchase these books at most refrigeration distributor's
There is a good explanation in the RSES Sams guide Section 3 [620-114]
available through RSES [on CD now I might ad]. www.rses.org *[but you have
to be a member to access their products and be in the trade]*
As well, a text [available at most Community Colleges] called Refrigeration
and Air Conditioning Technology by Whitman, Johnson, Tomczyk - See Unit 3
pages 45 on. Good explaination.
You could look here:
This might help as well.
BTW: I'm not into cross posting [just noticed.]
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