Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Second Edition Paperback – 16 Dec 2011
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About the Author
Rex Miller is Professor Emeritus of Industrial Technology at State University of New York-College at Buffalo, where he taught technical curriculums for more than 40 years. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 texts for vocational and industrial arts programs, including McGraw-Hill’s Carpentry & Construction, now in its fifth edition.
Mark R. Miller is a professor of technology and coordinator for the industrial management programs in the Department of Human Resource Development & Technology at the University of Texas at Tyler. He teaches technology courses for future middle managers and has authored or co-authored more than 35 technical books and numerous technical articles.
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Amazon.com: 10 reviews
thoroughly disappointed. waste of money.
on 24 August 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
wow. i'm having a really difficult time finding anything positive to say about this book. i am a professional hvac/r technician who was looking for a technical book to answer some long-standing refrigeration questions i have been unable to answer through experience or research. i am very strong electrically, but i still struggle from time to time when diagnosing more difficult mechanical problems. i think this book contains valuable information for somebody who knows somewhere in the neighborhood of nothing about hvac/r systems, it reads like a disorganized dictionary, merely defining parts and processes and giving almost no technical operating information that is so useful in troubleshooting. the print looks like it came off a typewriter and was then photocopied into the book. the text references figures that are pages away, making for a constant page flipping. i am beginning to understand why the kids coming out of trade school are borderline worthless, and subsequently have such a hard time finding employment, if this is the material they are learning from. if you really want to break into this industry, find a shop that will pay you to sweep the floor or pick up trash or carry stuff for the other guys, join your local journeyman's apprenticeship program, and attach yourself like rusty fan blade hub to a motor shaft to the smartest tech or tinner or pipe fitter your shop employs and don't waste your time in trade school. sorry about the rant. as for myself, i continue on the quest for better quality learning material.
on 4 April 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Part worked great! We fixed our fridge ourselves at minimal cost
on 13 August 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
Part worked great! We fixed our fridge ourselves at minimal cost! Thank you!
4 people found this helpful.
HVACR book review
on 23 January 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a very good and comprehensive book, which deals with almost all aspects of HVAC&R systems. Very recommended. It will be very helpful to technicians and engineers of all levels.
on 26 September 2016 - Published on Amazon.com