absorption circuit

absorption circuit

[əb′sȯrp·shən ′sər·kət]
(electronics)
A series-resonant circuit used to absorb power at an unwanted signal frequency by providing a low impedance to ground at this frequency.
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The absorption circuit, in turn, is used to condense the compression refrigerant at low temperature, which has the effect of reducing the compression ratio and enhancing the efficiency of the compressor.
only 30% at conventional refrigerated warehouse energy systems, and 70% of the engine-generator's useful output is refrigeration-related -- being either electricity to run the compressor and other refrigeration equipment, or heat for the absorption circuit.
The key to the success of the operation is the absorption circuit, Scherer told QFFI, and Los Angeles Cold Storage had to design that for itself -- after learning the closest place anything like it could be sourced was West Berlin, and the German company wanted to charge 50% more than L.