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Heat Pump Technology

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by Hans Ludwig Von Cube & Fritz Steimle
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Heat Pump Technology by Hans Ludwig Von Cube & Fritz Steimle

Heat Pump Technology discusses the history, underlying concepts, usage, and advancements in the use of heat pumps.
The book covers topics such as the applications and types of heat pumps; thermodynamic principles involved in heat pumps such as internal energy, enthalpy, and exergy; and natural heat sources and energy storage. Also discussed are topics such as the importance of the heat pump in the energy industry; heat pump designs and systems; the development of heat pumps over time; and examples of practical everyday uses of heat pumps.
The text is recommended for those who would like to know more about heat pumps, its developments over time, and its varying uses.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 392
Size: 39.5 MB
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Date published:   1981
ISBN: 9781483102474 (DRM-PDF)

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