Principles and Practices of Performance Monitoring for Industrial Refrigeration Systems
The Principles and Practices of Performance Monitoring for Industrial Refrigeration Systems guidebook is available online and in a print version to all IRC Members. This guidebook presents basic principles and practices for determining the in-situ performance of industrial refrigeration components, systems, and related equipment. It is intended to be your single-source reference for both performance monitoring techniques as well as for recommendations on strategies for measuring operating state variables in industrial refrigeration systems. It includes coverage of the basic principles of data collection as well as details on specific sensing equipment and technologies applicable in industrial refrigeration applications. It also includes techniques to monitor the performance of industrial refrigeration subsystems as well as overall system performance characteristics.
This guidebook is intended to provide plant engineers, energy engineers, utility supervisors, and refrigeration plant operators with information needed to establish the operating performance of industrial refrigeration components and systems.