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High Efficiency Refrigeration Process, Phase I

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High Efficiency Refrigeration Process, Phase I
A refrigeration cycle is proposed for development which can reduce compressor work and increase cooling effect, by eliminating a portion of the irreversabilities associated with the reverse-rankine cycle refrigeration process. This process improves efficiency without the use of complex turbines, multi-stage architecures, or mechanical expanders, all of which add system complexity and reduce reliability. More »

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