Small thermal engineering handbook (SRB49) By: SMEITS
The small thermal engineering handbook contains the tables with graphic symbols which should be used, in accordance with the adequate standard, when drawing the schemes of refrigeration plants, as well as the tables with practical data on flammability limit of some gases and vapour, approximate coefficients of heat transfer depending on convection types and similar. A special attention is paid to the chapter on refrigerants ? the field of great significance for development of thermal engineering equipment and systems, in which important changes have occurred regarding conventionally used refrigerants.
Properties of process fluids (SRB05) By: SMEITS
The work of an engineer in the field of process engineering includes design and construction of plants, construction and installation of equipment, and production management in the plants in which raw materials go through different physical and chemical processes for the purpose of obtaining finished products. In order to carry out these activities, an engineer needs to have adequate knowledge and it is vital for him to understand the nature and properties of substances and materials he works with.
In addition to technical knowledge in the field of design, construction, testing, operation, and maintenance of plants and equipment, today the complete work of an engineer also implies the knowledge of the fundamentals for economic analysis implementation. Taking this into consideration, this book explains the basic notions and basic techniques for economic analysis implementation, without an intention to present to engineers, for whom the book is intended in the first place, complex tasks from the field of economics and science.
The object of research of this monograph is stress field and deformation field in the penetration of cylindrical surfaces of support structures, as the most common form of discontinuity of cylindrical surface geometry, under the effect of the thermomechanical load. By analysing a physical model on a large number of actual constructions, it was concluded that the line of penetration of cylindrical surfaces lies in the plane or in the space.
Industrial pneumatics handbook (SRB48) By: SMEITS
The handbook is intended for professionals who deal with the problems related to the application, use, design, and modernisation of the existing pneumatic components, equipment, units, and systems as well as their maintenance. This is the first edition of this kind of a handbook in this country and we expect that it will arouse the interest of the professional technical community. In case of comments and suggestions, the author and the publisher will be glad to take them into consideration when preparing the new edition.
This book is intended for mechanical engineers dealing with heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning, power engineering, and process engineering. At the same time it is a handbook for technologists-designers of chemical and food processing and technological processes. It was primarily written for practical needs with a comprehensive description of the state of engineering in the field of calculations and construction of heat exchangers.
Refrigeration units and systems. Installation, commissioning, maintenance, and repairs (SRB33) By: SMEITS
Having in mind the importance of correct, efficient, and environmentally-friendly operation of units and systems in maintaining the achieved technological standard, especially at the time of energy and economic crisis, every written publication that helps regular and optimal use and utilization of refrigeration equipment will also be useful to those who start practising this business as well as those who are already involved in this business. The author wrote this book for a long time with a wish to provide readers with information and data that would help them in installation, commissioning, maintenance, and repairs of refrigeration units and systems. Readers or those for whom this book is intended will assess whether the author accomplished what he wanted and to what extent.