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Year : 2018 | Volume: 2 | Issue: 9 | Pages: 1-9

Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels as applied to developing Energy Efficient Air Conditioner Compressor

Suresh Akella1*, 2

doi:10.24951/sreyasijst.org/2018091001

Corresponding author

Suresh Akella*

Sreyas Institute of Engineering & Technology

  • 1. Sreyas Institute of Engineering & Technology

Received on: 1/6/2019

Revised on: 1/6/2019

Accepted on: 1/6/2019

Published on: 1/6/2019

  • Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels as applied to developing Energy Efficient Air Conditioner Compressor, Suresh Akella, ., 1/6/2019, SREYAS International Journal of Scientists and Technocrats, 2(9), 1-9, http://dx.doi.org/10.18831/sreyasijst/12018091001.

    Published on: 1/6/2019

Abstract

 The education system, especially in Engineering and Technology is to be built in a systematic method to bring out new innovative products, processes and services. Bloom’s Taxonomy of 6 levels of teaching, evaluation and learning has been thoroughly analyzed and accepted all over the world. Today the accreditation bodies also look for this or similar methods of cognitive education system in institutes and universities which offer higher level professional courses. In this report an air conditioner compressor development was required to be designed to adhere to the new laws of global climate conditions and energy requirements. The steps of development during the year 2001 was summarized and listed under the categories of Bloom’s Taxonomy levels which are presently used in education. The objective was to show the benefit for students to continue their Learning process and implement in their career to get quick and consistent results. The study is the process adopted in developing a new reciprocating compressor taking competition, Ozone depletion, Global Warming Potential and the Energy rating into consideration.

Keywords

Blooms Taxonomy, Refrigeration Air Conditioner, Compressor Design, Ozone depletion, Refrigerants, Energy efficiency.