Modern Plate-Type Indirect Cooling
When much evaporative cooling has made only marginal progress except in sizes and materials, the indirect phase has developed whole new processes and machines and promises more.
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- For further data, theory, analysis, and design calculations, see: Donald Pescod: Donald Pescod, “Unit Air Cooler using Plastic Heat Exchanger with Evaporatively Cooled Plates.” Australian Refrigerating, Air Conditioning and Heating, 1968, 22 (9): 22.Google Scholar
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