Comparative Results: Liquefying Air by the Linde Throttled Release Valve at Atmospheric Pressure, and the Place Process of 4-step Release with Liquefaction at the Critical Pressure. Both Systems Availing of the Joule-Thomson Equation for Expanding Air Without Recoverable Mechanical Work, and the Expansion Engine Systems of Claude and Place with Recoverable External Mechanical Work
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