The Refrigeration Engineer (Volume 2)

Breidenbach, Karl The refrigeration engineer

The second volume of the textbook "The refrigeration system builder" is subtitled "Fundamentals of refrigeration applications" because the refrigeration applications described do not claim to be complete. With regard to the In the increasingly important discussion of energy efficiency, also for refrigeration systems, the necessary components such as the Turbocor turbo compressor or the electronic refrigeration control are dealt with. The present 6th edition provides a comprehensive overview of the basic refrigeration technology Teaching material for the refrigeration system engineer/mechatronics technician for refrigeration technology. The advantage of a textbook that offers the reader the opportunity to consolidate the elementary and advanced basics at any time and to relate them to new things without having to resort to a previously used textbook is so valued by many readers that the 5th th edition, the 6th edition will soon follow. Detailed solutions to the numerous exercises help to better understand the connections and to deepen the learning content. Volume 1 and Volume 2 together enable specialist training to become a mechatronics technician for refrigeration technology and can be used in both school and company training and further education.

Dipl.-Ing. Karl Breidenbach (†) was a master refrigeration system engineer and worked in industry and trade for many years after completing his studies. For almost 20 years he was a director and lecturer at the Federal College for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning and a publicly appointed and sworn expert for refrigeration technology.

 

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Refrigeration system builders/mechatronics technicians for refrigeration technology, technicians in training and further education, specialist engineers and students of technical disciplines

 

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