Design of Refrigeration Systems for Cold Storage
The purpose of refrigerated systems for cold storage is to maintain or extend product life. Refrigeration systems for cold storage are applied to processing, manufacturing, and warehousing food, biomedical materials, ice manufacture, and other uses; but the largest application is for the refrigeration and freezing of foods. Refrigerated systems provide much lower temperatures than comfort air conditioning systems, and for this reason, the refrigeration industry has evolved into a separate and distinct industry.
This course provides general criteria for the design of new refrigeration systems for cold storage.
This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Facility Design
- Refrigeration Load
- Refrigeration System Selection
- Control Systems
- Seismic Zone Requirements
- Refrigerant Management
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