Asked in Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning and Coolant, Mechanical Engineering
What is suction and discharge superheat?
Suction superheat is the heat added to the refrigerant above that required to change its state from liquid to vapour (as happens in the evaporator). This heat is added both in the evaporator, in the suction line and (where applicable) in the suction accumulator. Discharge superheat is suction superheat plus heat of compression, and must be removed in the condenser before condensation, the change of state from vapour to liquid, can occur. The HVAC Veteran ...
Asked in Inventions, Math and Arithmetic, Temperature
Why is the degree of superheat of refrigerant does not exceed 5 degree centigrade?
We require to superheat the refrigerant to ensure that no liquid enters in the compressor.So in most of the cases degree of superheat is kept 2 to 3 deg c ...
Asked in Nutrition
What amount of superheat is recommended for R-22?
Superheat depends on the type of metering device you are using in the equipment as well as the current state of the load. With a fixed orifice, the superheat will be high, about 20 to 30 degrees when the box is warm, down around 10-15 when the box is cold. With a txv, the superheat should be constant, normally between 10-15 degrees. It is best to check the superheat at the outlet of the evaporator. this will ensure that the compressor does...
Asked in RuneScape
On runescape can you smelt rune with superheat item at a low level?
To smelt with superheat you need both the magic level for this spell, and the smithing level for the metal you want to smelt. ...
Asked in Physics
What happens when rubber bands stretch and contract?
Force is applied to the rubber band to stretch it. The strain energy is retained by the rubber band in the form of elastic deformation. It is recovered when the band is allowed to contract. ...
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Dog Health, Dog Behavior
What happens when dogs eat rubber?
Well it's definitely not very good for them, it would be very dangerous. But it depends how big the piece of rubber is, but dogs really shouldn't eat rubber. If your dog does eat rubber, I would suggest you take it to a vet=) ...