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The book is geared towards those interested in the engineering and physics of air-conditioning and refrigeration devices (chillers). Analytic thermodynamic models are developed for a wide variety of cooling systems and a broad range of operating conditions. The book is also suitable as part of a university course on cooling systems.
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Jeffrey D. "J.D." Gordon is an American communications and foreign policy advisor, who served as a Pentagon spokesman from 2005–2009. Gordon is a retired United States Navy officer who has served as a top advisor to several top Republican political figures and numerous conservative Washington, DC-based think tanks as a Senior Fellow on national security, foreign policy and communications issues.
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