Recuperators: Through-The-Wall Nonstoring Exchangers
Part of the The Plenum Chemical Engineering Series book series (PCES)
Recuperators are heat exchangers wherein the two fluids transferring heat are kept away from each other by a wall. Their design requires two pieces of information.
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References and Related Readings
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