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4 thoughts on “Lecture – 28 Condensers and Evaporators

  1. Tharindu Prabatha says:

    If the dimensions A, B, C, t, outer and inner diameter of the tube of an air cooled condenser which is similar to one discussed in this lecture, have to be designed by ourselves, how could we do that? I have all other data which is discussed in the example question such as HRR and etc. If someone can help me with this, it would be really helpful.

    By the way, its a really great lecture. Thank you.

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