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CONDCondition
CONDConductor
CONDConditioner
CONDCondominium (postcode use, Puerto Rico)
CONDCondenser
CONDConductivity
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The global synchronous condenser market is projected to reach USD 606 million by 2024 from an estimated USD 549 million in 2019, at a CAGR of 2% during the forecast period.
2012) that variable condenser water flow control logic caused energy use to increase vs.
The condenser re-tubing project started in Stanwell's Unit 1 in 2015, and continued for a total of four years, with an additional unit being re-tubed during scheduled outages each year.
The 2v2l separation condenser presented in (Li and Hrnjak 2017a) will be optimized first.
Deposits from Condenser, Inside Vessels of Inlet Head, and Head Coiler Tube of the Sulfur Recovery Unit (SRU).
The configuration for separation in the header of the condenser was proposed by the patent of Oh et al.
(conairgroup.com), a sister company of Thermal Care within the IPEG group, announced availability of 10- and 20-ton EP2 Series portable chillers (air or water cooled) with variable-speed condensers and premium touchscreen controls.
* Finally, Figure 1 for the integrated economizer depicts the economizer heat exchanger piped on the chilled water side in series with the chillers (with a bypass) such that chilled water can flow first through the heat exchanger and then through a chiller; but the condenser water remains piped in parallel such that any one unit volume of condenser water flows through a heat exchanger or a chiller but not both.
The condenser coil plays a critical role in the HVAC/refrigeration cycle.
Because of their susceptibility to hail damage, some residential and commercial condenser coils are protected by hail guards (rigid metal casing with vents to allow airflow).