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Refrigeration Cycle

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The machine compressor continuously draws large quantities of refrigerant vapor from the cooler, at a rate determined by the size of the guide-vane opening. This compressor suction reduces the pressure within the cooler, allowing the liquid refrigerant to boil vigorously at a fairly low temperature [typically, 30 to 35°F (?1 to 2°C)]. Liquid refrigerant obtains …

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Basic Refrigeration Cycle

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Basic Refrigeration Cycle

A substance changes state when the inherent amount of heat is varied. Ice is water in a solid state and steam is a vapor state of water. A solid is changed to a liquid and a liquid to a vapor by applying heat. Heat must be added to vaporize or boil a substance. It must …

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