Techshore Inspection Services -Kochi-Kerala | Vapour Compression Refrigeration System

Techshore Inspection Services -Kochi-Kerala | Vapour Compression Refrigeration System

Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Uncategorized
Techshore Inspection Services -Kochi-Kerala | Vapour Compression Notes Introduction Vapor compression refrigeration cycle is the basic working cycle of a refrigeration system. The vapor-compression refrigeration system uses a circulating medium called refrigerant is the medium which absorbs heat from the space to be cooled and subsequently rejects that heat from the room to outside. Figure describes a typical, single-stage vapor-compression refrigeration system. It have primarily four components: compressor, condenser, thermal expansion valve (also called a throttle valve), and evaporator. Circulating refrigerant enters the compressor in the saturated vapor state and is compressed to a higher pressure, higher temperature vapor. The high temperature, high pressure vapor is then in the superheated vapor and it is at a temperature and pressure at which it can be condensed with cooling water or cooling air flowing across the condenser coil…
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Techshore : Split Air Conditioning System

Techshore : Split Air Conditioning System

Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Air Conditioning Introduction Air conditioning is the process of altering the properties if air (primarily temperature, pressure and humidity) to more favorable condition.The control of these above conditions should be desirable to maintain the health and comfort of the residents, or to meet the requirements of industrial process irrespective of the external climatic conditions. The split air conditioner The split air conditioner comprises of two parts: the outdoor unit and indoor unit. The outdoor unit, fitted outside the room, houses components like the compressor, condenser and expansion valve. The indoor unit comprises the cooling coil or evaporator and the cooling fan. For this unit no need to make any slot in the wall of the room. Further, the present day split units have artistic looks and add to the prettiness…
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Techshore : Oil And Gas Storage

Techshore : Oil And Gas Storage

Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
INTRODUCTION On most of the production units, oil and gas are directly piped to a refinery or tank terminal. It is difficult to store gas locally, but in certain cases underground mines, caverns or salt deposits can be used to store gas. On production units without a pipeline, oil is stored in onboard storage tanks to be transported by shuttle tanker. The oil is stored in storage cells above the shafts on concrete platforms, and in tanks on floating units. On some floaters, a separate storage tanker is used. To balance the buoyancy in both cases when the oil volume varies, the usage of ballast handling is very important. For onshore, fixed roof tanks are used for crude, floating roof for condensate. Special tank gauging systems such as pressure, level…
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