absorption unit


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absorption unit

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚yü·nət]
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During peak periods, absorption units used as an alternative to motor driven chillers beneficially changes the electric load profile by reducing the peak demand for electricity.
As mentioned earlier in the text, the existing absorption unit utilized in this work uses shell and tube heat exchangers, with the refrigerant/absorbent solution circulating in the inner tubes and water (condenser and absorber) or water/ethylene-glycol mixture (evaporator) around them.
hospitals and industrial applications; these are suitable for double-effect absorption units that are designed for steam at 800 kPa (116 psi) (Miguez Gomez 1993).
Electrically powered automatic transmission dynamometer capable of load-testing the GM 4160E family of transmissions with two (2) power absorption units (PAU s) for future expansion of capabilities to test front wheel drive transmissions.
EGPI Firecreek Inc (OTCBB:EFIR) disclosed on Thursday that it has signed a binding Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire Arctic Solar Engineering LLC (ASE), a supplier and integrator of solar thermal systems and absorption units.