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Fluid Mechanics & Thermal
Understanding the Basics of Refrigeration
One among the major topics which mechanical engineering students learn is Refrigeration. Hence, in this course, Harshit Agarwal concentrates on providing comprehensive information about the fundamentals of refrigeration. One will learn definitions of refrigeration and come across briefly about its fundamentals. One can also attain the comprehensive understanding of vapour compression cycles as the topics pertaining to it are thoroughly explained and sample questions on it are solved. A thorough discussion on the performance of the vapour compression cycle and detailed outline on the volumetric efficiency of a reciprocating compressor is also elucidated. Taking this course makes ones familiar with the classification of refrigerants and much more fascinating topics.
Overview of the Course: Understanding the Basics of Refrigeration
Refrigeration: Definitions and Introduction to Its Fundamentals
Understanding Vapour Compression Cycle
Vapour Compression Cycle: Questions and Solutions
Understanding The Performance of Vapour Compression Cycle
Detailed Outline on the Volumetric Efficiency of a Reciprocating Compressor
Classification of Refrigerants
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Cleared UPSC ESE twice with Rank 63 and 90 in mechanical engg. Got 99 percentile in GATE. Cracked ONGC, BHEL,ISRO, SAIL, GAIL successfully
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reviewed on June 08, 2017
All courses which you made are simply super.please make more videos on imp mechanical subjects.
reviewed on May 10, 2017
Great way of teaching. Everything is clearly understand by this video. Pls add more mechanical topics
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