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TBB Learning Programme --Car Air-Conditioning Compressor

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    TBB Learning Programme     --Car Air-Conditioning Compressor

 

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    Much like a heart in a human body, the compressor circulates the system’s     lifeblood, in this case the refrigerant, that is vital to the proper     operation of the air conditioning (A/C) system.     The world-leaders of car air-conditioning compressors, such as Toyota Motor     Corporation, Daimler AG, General Motors Company (GM), Volkswagen AG and     Hyundai Motor Company.           Car Air-Conditioning     Mechanisms           Liquid (refrigerant) is cycled throughout a sealed air conditioning system     in a repeated process of vaporization (evaporation), liquefaction, and     re-vaporization. It is necessary for a gas to give off heat to liquefy     (condense). If the refrigerant gas is pressurized, and the pressure is     increased, it becomes comparatively easier to liquefy.            

 

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         The Cooling Principle     Air conditioners work on the principle that "liquids absorb heat when     they become a gas (evaporate)." For example, when alcohol is rubbed on     the skin, it feels cool. This is because the alcohol absorbs heat from its     surroundings when it evaporates. It is well known that heat is necessary to     change a liquid to a gas. Heat is absorbed from the area in contact with     the liquid, thereby cooling it. This extremely simple principle is the     basis for cooling systems, such as air conditioners and refrigerators.           Refrigerant     Refrigerant is a substance that carries out the "transfer of heat     process" by cycling through the air conditioning system and absorbing     heat when becoming a gas, and giving off heat when becoming a liquid.           Major Structural     Components of a Car Air Conditioner

 

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    TYPES OF COMPRESSOR           

 


3_1.jpg1, Swash Plate Type (Fixed Displacement)         This piston is constructed from the components shown in the         illustration.         The pistons move back and forth when power from the engine causes the         shaft and swash plate to rotate. One piston is comprised of cylinders         on both sides. The ends of the piston intake pressurize and discharge         refrigerant.查看详情>>

 

4_1.jpg2, Vane Type (Fixed Displacement)         This compressor is constructed from cylinders and five vanes built into         the rotors, as well as two discharge valves and front and back side         plates.         The five vanes rotate in tandem with the rotors while contacting the         wall inside the cylinder.查看详情>>

 

1542787572203500.jpg                 3, Scroll Type (Fixed         Displacement)                  This compressor is constructed from one fixed and one rotating scroll         in an offset spiral configuration. Shaft rotation creates spaces of         varying volume between the 2 scrolls, causing refrigerant to be sucked         in and compressed.        


6_1.jpg4, One-Way Swash Plate Type (Variable Displacement)
The illustration shows the construction of this compressor. Refrigerant intake and compression methods are almost the same as those for the fixed displacement swash plate compressor. Unlike the fixed displacement type, however, there is only one cylinder.

 


Next Episode: TBB Case Study on Air Compressor Bearing! We   will show you some typical types of air compressor bearings and their   applications.


TBB Learning Programme --Car Air-Conditioning Compressor

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2018 Thanksgiving_1.jpg

 


    TBB Learning Programme     --Car Air-Conditioning Compressor

 

未命名设计_1.jpg

 


 


    Much like a heart in a human body, the compressor circulates the system’s     lifeblood, in this case the refrigerant, that is vital to the proper     operation of the air conditioning (A/C) system.     The world-leaders of car air-conditioning compressors, such as Toyota Motor     Corporation, Daimler AG, General Motors Company (GM), Volkswagen AG and     Hyundai Motor Company.           Car Air-Conditioning     Mechanisms           Liquid (refrigerant) is cycled throughout a sealed air conditioning system     in a repeated process of vaporization (evaporation), liquefaction, and     re-vaporization. It is necessary for a gas to give off heat to liquefy     (condense). If the refrigerant gas is pressurized, and the pressure is     increased, it becomes comparatively easier to liquefy.            

 

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         The Cooling Principle     Air conditioners work on the principle that "liquids absorb heat when     they become a gas (evaporate)." For example, when alcohol is rubbed on     the skin, it feels cool. This is because the alcohol absorbs heat from its     surroundings when it evaporates. It is well known that heat is necessary to     change a liquid to a gas. Heat is absorbed from the area in contact with     the liquid, thereby cooling it. This extremely simple principle is the     basis for cooling systems, such as air conditioners and refrigerators.           Refrigerant     Refrigerant is a substance that carries out the "transfer of heat     process" by cycling through the air conditioning system and absorbing     heat when becoming a gas, and giving off heat when becoming a liquid.           Major Structural     Components of a Car Air Conditioner

 

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    TYPES OF COMPRESSOR           

 


3_1.jpg1, Swash Plate Type (Fixed Displacement)         This piston is constructed from the components shown in the         illustration.         The pistons move back and forth when power from the engine causes the         shaft and swash plate to rotate. One piston is comprised of cylinders         on both sides. The ends of the piston intake pressurize and discharge         refrigerant.查看详情>>

 

4_1.jpg2, Vane Type (Fixed Displacement)         This compressor is constructed from cylinders and five vanes built into         the rotors, as well as two discharge valves and front and back side         plates.         The five vanes rotate in tandem with the rotors while contacting the         wall inside the cylinder.查看详情>>

 

1542787572203500.jpg                 3, Scroll Type (Fixed         Displacement)                  This compressor is constructed from one fixed and one rotating scroll         in an offset spiral configuration. Shaft rotation creates spaces of         varying volume between the 2 scrolls, causing refrigerant to be sucked         in and compressed.        


6_1.jpg4, One-Way Swash Plate Type (Variable Displacement)
The illustration shows the construction of this compressor. Refrigerant intake and compression methods are almost the same as those for the fixed displacement swash plate compressor. Unlike the fixed displacement type, however, there is only one cylinder.

 


Next Episode: TBB Case Study on Air Compressor Bearing! We   will show you some typical types of air compressor bearings and their   applications.


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