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Application of a gas-liquid turbine expansion engine in high-pressure air fractionating equipment

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Translated from Khimicheskoe i Neftyanoe Mashinostroenie, No. 2, pp. 29–30, February, 1984.

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Davydov, A.B., Kalitin, P.P., Onosovskii, E.V. et al. Application of a gas-liquid turbine expansion engine in high-pressure air fractionating equipment. Chem Petrol Eng 20, 76–78 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01155063

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Keywords

  • Turbine Expansion
  • Expansion Engine
  • Fractionate Equipment
  • Turbine Expansion Engine