Vapor-compression cooling can be found in virtually any home, such as in air conditioners that remove heat from our homes and in refrigerators that store our food. The history of vapor-compression goes back to 1805 where Oliver Evans, an American inventor, described a closed vapor-compression refrigeration cycle for producing ice. The first working vapor-compression … [Read more...]
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