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Slides for ME 114 Laboratory Vapor-compression refrigeration Vapor-compression refrigeration and its representation on T-s diagram (Thermodynamics 4 th ed., Cengel and Boles, Figure 10-3)
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Slides for ME 114 Laboratory Question to Ponder You know that you have a saturated R12 mixture at the exit of the expansion valve. You have both a temperature and a pressure gauge at that point. If your pressure gauge reads 400 kPa when the actual pressure is 390 kPa (only a small error), what type of substance would it look like you have at this point – subcooled liquid, saturated mixture, or superheated vapor? Watch out for this problem whenever you have a mixture.
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Slides for ME 114 Laboratory Hilton Air Conditioning Unit Steam is added at the inlet. Air is preheated before sending it through the evaporator. If the temperature and relative humidity is right, liquid will condense as the air passes through the evaporator.
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