Skip to Main Content
Skip Nav Destination
Heat Exchanger Engineering Techniques
Michael J. Nee
Michael J. Nee
Search for other works by this author on:
No. of Pages:
ASME Press
Publication date:

This book has three parts, on process heat exchangers, air-conditioning heat exchangers, and cooling of electronics. It should not be assumed that exchangers can be conveniently separated into these categories. To illustrate, a short list of subjects from the process section (Part 1) that apply to A/C systems is given in Table 23-1, which lists sections and topics through Chapter 14 to illustrate the point. Only frequently occurring subjects are included in the table. Others that were passed over may still apply in some situations. Subjects are grouped in the table so that common problems can be readily traced.

The purpose of Part 2 is to alert engineers to problems that frequently prevent A/C systems from performing. For example, some exchangers might not meet some operating criterion thus making another selection preferable. The examples are intended to help identify problems that cause underperformance or designs that reduce system and other costs.

23.1 Addressing Problems of A/C Systems and Performance
23.2 A/C System Component Exchangers: Evaporators and Condensers
23.3 Air-Conditioning System Evaporators
23.4 A/C System Condensers
This content is only available via PDF.
You do not currently have access to this chapter.
Close Modal

or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal