Über den Autor
Dr. Junjie Gu is Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Carleton University, Canada. Dr. Shujun Wang is Thermalhydraulics Analyst of Atomic Energy of Canada.
Introduction.- Experimental Facility for Two-Phase Flow Measurement.- Properties of Refrigerant, Oil and Their Mixture.- Two-Phase Flow in Accumulator.- Two-Phase Flow in Compressor.- Two-Phase Flow in Adiabatic Capillary Tube for R-134a Cycles.- Two-Phase Flow in Non-Adiabatic Capillary Tube for CO2 Cycles.- Two-Phase Flow in Internal Heat Exchangers.- Two-Phase Flow and System Performance.- Appendix.- Index.
Two-Phase Flow in Refrigeration Systems presents recent developments from the authors' extensive research programs on two-phase flow in refrigeration systems. This book covers advanced mass and heat transfer and vapor compression refrigeration systems and shows how the performance of an automotive air-conditioning system is affected through results obtained experimentally and theoretically, specifically with consideration of two-phase flow and oil concentration. The book is ideal for university postgraduate students as a textbook, researchers and professors as an academic reference book, and by engineers and designers as handbook.
Illustrates criticality of two-phase flow and oil concentration of refrigeration systems to performance of refrigeration systems
Presents new understanding of two-phase flow aimed at engineers designing efficient refrigeration systems
Provides experimentally and theoretically derived results on performance of automotive air-conditioning systems
Includes abundant field and test data from commercial-scale refrigeration components
Features 125 illustrations