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Heat Exchangers: Basics Design Applications

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Heat Exchangers: Basics Design Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535102786
Number of pages: 586

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The book was guided by actual and future demands of applied research and industry, mainly focusing on the efficient use and conversion energy in changing environment. Beside the questions of thermodynamic basics, the book addresses several important issues, such as conceptions, design, operations, fouling and cleaning of heat exchangers.

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