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    Question textbok on the modern refrigerators



    To all

    I am an engineer in US.

    I am working at the area of technology being quite new for me. Is there any textbook on the modern refrigerators, please? I mean five or ten years old. They would not release all the details of 2001 refrigerator design of course.
    My email address is atchougo@dekko.com
    Thank you.

    Andrei



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    Lightbulb Text Books

    Hello Andrei, and welcome to the forum.
    I would suggest 'Modern Refrigeration and Air Condotioning' By Althouse, Turnquist, et al.
    Also, Dossat is a pretty useful book. Something of an industry standard, in fact.
    Hope this helps.

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    Dear FreezerGeezer,

    Thank you for help. This forum works.
    What is the name of the Dossat's book, please?
    All the best.

    Andrei

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    Dossat

    Hi Andrei

    Sorry, I'm not sure. I think, however, that it is called Refrigeration Fundamentals. Dossat is the Author. I don't have my own copy yet either.
    However, I'm pretty sure Amazon.com have it (Just do a search for Dossat on their site), and I wouldn't be surprised if ASHRAE can supply it. Most bookshops here can do a search for an Author or title, and order the book if they don't have it in stock (It should be under Sciences or Technology or some such). I'd be very surprised if the same isn't true in America. Finally, I would reccomend further perusal of this site, especially Prof Sporlan's fundamentals series. Good luck!

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    Cool

    Hi Freezer,

    Thank you again. I feel I have located them in the local library.
    All the best.

    Andrei

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    Re: textbok on the modern refrigerators

    Hello,
    I have a question about units in "Modern refrigeretion...".
    Are there American or SI units?
    Thanks for helpful answer.
    Adam.

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    Re: textbok on the modern refrigerators

    Quote Originally Posted by Addmm View Post
    Hello,
    I have a question about units in "Modern refrigeretion...".
    Are there American or SI units?
    Thanks for helpful answer.
    Adam.

    You can get printed versions in both SI and imperial.

    taz

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    Re: textbok on the modern refrigerators

    Thanks for information taz.

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    Re: textbok on the modern refrigerators

    found a post from 2001 and it was reopened 9yrs later-bet u dude died of old age and someone wanted to get his books cheap!!!!haha

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