The Influence of Vapor Pressure in the Condensing Process of
The Influence of Vapor Pressure in the Condensing Process of the Ammonia Refrigeration Cycle (1996)-Any condensing structure where the refrigerant is internal of the heat exchange pipe or tubing must have the assistance of gravity and have correct tube diameter and number of tubes wide sufficient to maintain an internal heat exchange surface for vapor cooling, with no less than 80% of the internal heat exchange perimeter available for that vapor cooling. The pipe or tube length should also be of sufficient length to provide an outgoing liquid temperature of no more than 5F above that of the coolant in a counterflow arrangement. The liquid temperature in the receiver must be maintained at the average liquid temperature from the condenser by providing vent piping to carry any vapor caused by liquid heating into the area of lowest vapor pressure, which is the outlet from any one of the condensers.
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