turbocompressor-type cold air unit

turbocompressor-type cold air unit

One of the earliest types of cold air units in which a ram-air-cooled intercooler is used. The compressor feeds compressed air into the cooler from which high-pressure cold air flows into the turbine, where it is expanded and cooled further.
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