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Refrigeration: Theory And Applications

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Refrigeration: Theory And Applications
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740303636
Number of pages: 128

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This book covers the basic thermodynamic and heat transfer considerations of the vapour compression cycle followed by the major applications of refrigeration in the areas of food preservation, human comfort and cryogenics. The text, which contains worked examples, is intended for use as an elective undergraduate paper for 3rd or 4th year engineering students.

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