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ISBN 13: 9781418066666

ISBN 10: 1418066664

Author: John Hohman

Pages: 464

Published: 05/10/2010

Price: $96.95 Add to cart

A continuation of the solid skills development and strong theoretical knowledge established with HVACR 101 and HVACR 201, this third installment in the series guides readers through increasingly advanced concepts in the field. Like the rest of the series, HVACR 301 is backed by the high standards and cutting-edge resources of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors – National Association Educational Foundation (PHCC Education Foundation), and Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES). Coverage ranges from the troubleshooting of systems and components to concepts of fluid handling systems, cooling towers, and indoor air quality. With a building block approach that ensures readers comprehend simpler concepts before moving on to more complex information, this is the perfect resource for learning and applying advanced HVACR concepts.

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  • industry-specific language is used throughout, providing a context for the information that is relevant and applicable to the trade
  • detailed pictures, graphs, and tables clarify and illustrate important systems and processes
  • field examples and real-world scenarios are used throughout, encouraging readers to think critically and preparing them for work in the field
  • based on a curriculum developed by a subject matter expert committee sponsored by the organizations , the content meets the training needs specified by the industry
Author Bio
John Hohman
Dr. John E. Hohman has over 40 years of experience in various education and industry fields. He received his Associate's degree in Refrigeration, Heating, and Air Conditioning, a Bachelor's degree in Teacher Education, a Master's degree in Educational Administration, and a Doctorate in Education with an emphasis on evaluation systems. Dr. Hohman put this powerful blend of degrees to use by serving as both instructor and an administrator at the university and community college levels. He remains very active in the industry itself, as a member of various HVAC and health care engineering boards at the national and state levels.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Servicing & Troubleshooting Systems
Chapter 2: TAB (Testing and Balancing)
Chapter 3: Energy Efficient Mechanical Systems
Chapter 4: Fluid Handling Systems
Chapter 5: Applied Electrical Problem Solving
Chapter 6: Applied Refrigeration System Problem Solving
Chapter 7: Troubleshooting with the Psychrometric Chart
Chapter 8: Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers
Chapter 9: Commercial Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems
Chapter 10: Water Treatment
Chapter 11: IAQ (Indoor Air Quality)