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Fundamentals of Refrigeration Thermodynamics

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Fundamentals of Refrigeration Thermodynamics
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740308181
Number of pages: 168

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The objective of the book is to serve first degree engineering students with an introduction to refrigeration systems. Typical topics include refrigeration thermodynamics, refrigeration systems and refrigeration modeling. These topics are presented in a student friendly manner assuming little to no previous knowledge of thermodynamics.

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