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COURSE SYLLABUS


HRA 216


RESIDENTIAL Air Conditioning systems


5 Credit Hours


Prepared by:


Prepared by: Roy H. Stueve

Date: March 28, 2010


Career & Technical Education

Elizabeth Check, Dean

Mary Beth Ottinger, Division Chair

HRA 122 AIR CONDITIONING MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

I. CATALOG DESCRIPTION


  1. Prerequisite: HRA121, Refrigeration Mechanical Systems, HRA122, Air Conditioning Mechanical Systems.


B. 5 semester credit hours

C. Residential Air Conditioning Systems covers the theory, installation, diagnosis, and service of residential air conditioning systems, including heat pumps.


  1. EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES / ASSESSMENT MEASURE




Students will be able to calculate heating and cooling unit sizes for residential equipment.

In-class exam as well as homework and/or quizzes, and/or in-class projects

Students will troubleshoot room cooling units for proper electrical operation.

(Same as above)

Students will be able to calculate ductwork sizes for residential heating and cooling equipment.

(Same as above)

Students will be able to install residential ductwork and solve air movement problems.

(Same as above)

Students will understand electrical wiring and perform electric wiring for cooling units.

(Same as above)

Students will understand control wiring and will install control wiring on cooling units.

(Same as above)

Students will understand and troubleshoot electric wiring and control wiring on air source heat pumps.

(Same as above)

Students will understand and troubleshoot electric wiring and control wiring on geothermal heat pumps.

(Same as above)

Students will be able to understand and check components of air source heat pumps and geothermal heat pumps.

(Same as above)




  1. Course Outline


Unit 37 Air Distribution and Balance

  1. Conditioning Equipment

  2. Correct Air Quantity

  3. The Forced-Air System

  4. The Blower

  5. System Pressures

  6. Air-Measuring Instruments for Duct systems

  7. Types of Fans

  8. Types of Fan Drives

  9. The Supply Duct system

  10. The Plenum System

  11. The Extended Plenum System

  12. The Reducing Plenum System

  13. The Perimeter Loop System

  14. Duct System Standards

  15. Duct Materials

  16. Galvanized-Steel Duct

  17. Fiberglass Duct

  18. Spiral Metal Duct

  19. Flexible Duct

  20. Combination Duct Systems

  21. Duct Air Movement

  22. Balancing Dampers

  23. Zoning

  24. Zoning with a Single-speed Blower Motor

  25. Zoning with a Multispeed Compressor and Variable-Speed Blower

  26. Adding Zoning to an Existing system

  27. Duct Insulation

  28. Blending the Conditioned Air with Room Air

  29. The Return Air Duct System

  30. Sizing duct for Moving Air

  31. Measuring Air Movement for Balancing

  32. The Air Friction Chart

  33. Practical Troubleshooting Techniques

  34. Residential Duct system Problems

  35. Commercial Duct Systems



Unit 38 Installation

  1. Introduction to Equipment Installation

  2. Square and Rectangular Duct

  3. Round Metal Duct Systems

  4. Insulation for Metal Duct

  5. Ductboard Systems

  6. Flexible Duct

  7. Electrical Installation

  8. Installing the Refrigeration System

  9. Installing Split-System Air Conditioners

  10. The Split-system Condensing Unit

  11. Installing Refrigerant Piping

  12. Equipment Start-Up


Unit 39 Controls

  1. Controls for Air Conditioning

  2. Prime Movers – Compressors and Fans

  3. Low-Voltage Controls

  4. Some History of Residential Central Air Conditioning

  5. Economics of Equipment Design

  6. Operating Controls for Older Air-Cooled systems

  7. Safety Controls for Older Air-Cooled Systems

  8. Operating Controls for Modern Equipment

  9. Safety Controls for Modern Equipment

  10. The Working Control Package

  11. Electronic Controls and Air-Conditioning Equipment


SECTION 8: ALL-WEATHER SYSTEMS

Unit 42 Electric, Gas, and Oil Heat with Electric Air Conditioning

  1. Comfort All Year

  2. Five Processes for Conditioning Air

  3. Add-On Air Conditioning

  4. Insulation for Existing Ductwork

  5. Evaluation of an Existing Duct System

  6. Cooling Versus Heating Air Quantity

  7. Control Wiring for Cooling and Heating

  8. Two Low-Voltage Power Supplies

  9. Phasing Two Low-Voltage Transformers

  10. Adding a Fan Relay

  11. New All-Weather Systems

  12. All-Weather Split Systems

  13. Package or Self-Contained All-Weather Systems

  14. Wiring the All-Weather System

  15. Servicing the All-Weather System


Unit 43 Air Source Heat Pumps

  1. Reverse-Cycle Refrigeration

  2. Heat Sources for Winter

  3. The Four-Way Reversing Valve

  4. The Air-to-Air Heat Pump

  5. Refrigerant Line Identification

  6. Metering Devices

  7. Thermostatic Expansion Valves

  8. The Capillary Tub

  9. Combinations of Metering Devices

  10. Electronic Expansion Valves

  11. Orifice Metering Devices

  12. Liquid-Line Accessories

  13. Application of the Air-to-Air Heat Pump

  14. Auxiliary Heat

  15. Balance Point

  16. Coefficient of Performance

  17. Split System Air-to-Air Heat Pump

  18. The Indoor Unit

  19. Air Temperature of the Conditioned Air

  20. The Outdoor Unit Installation

  21. Package Air-to-Air Heat Pumps

  22. Controls for the Air-to-Air Heat Pump

  23. The Defrost Cycle

  24. Indoor Fan Motor Control

  25. Auxiliary Heat

  26. Servicing the Air-to-Air Heat Pump

  27. Troubleshooting the Electrical System

  28. Troubleshooting Mechanical Problems

  29. Troubleshooting the Four-Way Valve

  30. Troubleshooting the Compressor

  31. Checking the Charge

  32. Special Applications for Heat Pumps

  33. Heat Pump Using Scroll Compressor

  34. Heat Pump Systems with Variable-Speed Motors

  35. Service Technician Calls


Unit 44 Geothermal Heat Pumps

  1. Reverse-Cycle Refrigeration

  2. Geothermal Heat Pump Classifications

  3. Open-Loop Systems

  4. Water Quality

  5. Closed-Loop Systems

  6. Ground-Loop Configurations and Flows

  7. System Materials and Heat Exchange Fluids

  8. Geothermal Wells and Water Sources

  9. Water-to-Water Heat Pumps

  10. Troubleshooting

  11. Waterless, Earth-Coupled, Closed-Loop Geothermal Heat Pump Systems

  12. Service Technician Calls




  1. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION



A. Classroom Lecture

B. Lab Demonstrations

C. Specialty Lectures by Industry Personnel



  1. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK(S)


Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology; 6th Edition; Whitman, Johnson, Tomczyk, Silberstein; Delmar Publications; ISBN: 1-4283-1936-0



  1. REQUIRED MATERIALS




  1. Electronic calculator with scientific notation

  2. Basic hand tools (as outlined on attached tool list)



  1. SUPPLEMENTAL REFERENCES


Modern Refrigerating and Air Conditioning; Althouse, Turnquist, Bracciano; 18th Edition; ISBN: 1-59070-280-8


VIII. METHOD OF EVALUATION


A. Theory Tests, Quizzes, Homework 45%

B. Shop/Lab 45%

C. Instructor Evaluation, Attendance 10%



  1. ADA STATEMENT


Any student requiring special accommodations should inform the instructor and the
Coordinator of Disability Support Services (Library; phone 636-797-3000, ext. 169).



  1. ACADEMIC HONESTY STATEMENT



All students are responsible for complying with campus policies as stated in the Student
Handbook (see College Website).


Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning


HAND TOOL LIST


All of the tools on the following list will be used in the first and second years of training. All tools and equipment should be marked for identification. Any used tools or similar equipment are acceptable provided they are safe to use and are adequate for the program. The tools marked with an * may be purchased through different suppliers at a student discount.


! Padlock with keys or combination lock

! Tool pouch with belt or small tool box

! VOM Fieldpiece SC76

! Pump (multi-pliers) pliers – insulated handle only – 10”

! Screwdriver pocket size – square tip

! Screwdriver 6” blade – square tip – insulated handle only

! Screwdriver 6” blade – Phillips’ tip – insulated handle only or multi-bit or combination set

! Long-nose (needle-nose) pliers #6 – insulated handle only

! Slip-joint (wire pliers) pliers #6 – insulated handle only

! Diagonal (side cutters) pliers #6 – insulated handle only

! Protective (safety) glasses, clear glass w/side shields only (students must have and use safety glasses in the shop area at all times)

! Center punch

! Hammer ball bein 8 oz. (no claw hammer)

! * Allen Screw Wrench set #TL 16 or equal (must have 6” shafts)

! Nut Driver Set 3/16” to 1/2” (or socket set)

! 6-piece open-end wrench set 3/8” to 11/16” (or box-end wrench set)

! 8” adjustable wrench

! Steel-tape rule 6”

! Robinair gauge manifold set #40153 or equal

! 10” adjustable wrench

! Tool box with tray

! *Flaring tool set 3/16” to 5/8”

! *Tube cutter 3/16” to 5/8”

! *Swaging tool set 3/16”to 5/8” (5pc)

! *Tubing reamer #208F

! *Thermometer pocket -20° to 220° F (no glass)

! *Reversible ratchet wrench ¼”, 3/8”, 3/16”, 5/16”

! *Tubing cutter, small (Imp) TC1050

! *Constrictor wheel #76637


SHOP WORK SCHEDULE


All shop work assignments are in lab manual, Refrigeration & Air Condition Technology, Sixth Edition; Delmar Cengage Learning. Learning assignments in lab manual will follow scheduled theory lecture chapters. Chapter One in theory textbook, Refrigeration & Air Condition Technology by Bill Whitman, Bill Johnson, John Tomczyk, and Eugene Silberstein, will be Chapter One in lab manual, Refrigeration & Air Condition Technology.


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