# Surname 1 Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Systems and Equipment for Heating and Cooling Question 1: The Central

Conditioning System
a) The water at ① is carrying heat from the refrigerant, this is due to the fact that for cooling to take place head must be lost and this heat is lost into the water at ①, thus the source of the heat in that water. b) The heat on the water at ② is going to stop at the cooling tower. c) The component at ③ is the evaporator; this is where the saturated liquid undergoes sudden reduction in pressure to necessitate cooling. d) The component at ④ is the condenser; its function is explained through the process

that takes place in it. The compressed, compressed vapor is condensed with the cooling water, and this hot vapor is passed through a condenser so that it can be turned into a liquid.
e) As earlier mentioned in c, the state of the refrigerant at ③ a saturated liquid, it is hot in temperature and high pressure. At this point it undergoes pressure reduction that leads to a flash evaporation, so that the hot air evaporates into the water refrigerant for cooling.

since as the evaporation takes place heat is lost into the refrigerant. the component ④ which is currently the condenser will become the evaporator. hence. . g) In the case of counterclockwise flow. e) The component at ⑩ is evaporator. Question 2: Walk-in Freezer a) Cold food is held at 0 degrees and –10 degrees F. j) This system does not use Freon. i) The heat from the room’s next stop is at the component at ③ (the evaporator). k) The water at ⑥ is cooler that at ⑦. the vapor from its surrounding atmosphere can be cooled to turn into the dripping water. Their temperature and pressure are low. c) The refrigerant at ⑨ is cold in temperature and at low pressure.Surname 2 f) The refrigerant at ④. d) This system resembles a Split system or a PTAC system because the cooling is done or rather guided by the pressure and temperature difference in the refrigerant. is at are cool waters flowing across the tubes/pipes so that they can necessitate the cooling of the hot air into a liquid. h) The water at ⑤ is coming from the outer surface of the component ⑤. this is the reason why it is collected from the bottom of the tank. b) It is being cooled by air. because it is usually very cold. it removes the heat from the food storage.

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