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Also on display is a Hathorn Davey triple expansion engine
, usually considered an intermediary stage in the development between beam engines and internal combustion engines.
In a real situation, however, heat exchanger, expansion engine
, and compressor inefficiencies and other losses result in a practical input of 2,000 W to achieve the same refrigeration load capability.
Vladimir Trzebiatowskie Polish Academy of Sciences, brand new, automatically controlled helium liquefaction system with a piston or turbine expansion engine
, with capacities of at least 16 l / h of liquid helium and at least 45 l / h of liquid helium sub-cooling with liquid nitrogen, obtained for pure helium gas.
It's a "network expansion engine
" that complements, rather than competes with, other social communities.
A location-based social networking service has been launched by iPling, a provider of a location based social expansion engine
, optimised for the new iPhone from computer company Apple.
The PIP Unit is basically a natural gas regulator that produces electricity without burning or consuming any natural gas by taking the higher-pressure gas and reducing it down to a lower-pressure gas through an expansion engine
. The PIP Unit converts the potential energy, stored in the gas as pressure, to mechanical energy that drives a generator and makes electricity.
He took the "Wallis" Expansion Engine
to the event on a low loader.
Supercenter expansion engine
is running like a well oiled foreign automobile, requiring minimal upper-management attention.
This is especially true for an Extended Expansion engine
realized over the crank drive.
I think she was powered by the biggest up-and-down job (triple expansion engine
Design contest: Provision of Thermal expansion engine
and pump for low temperature ORC