THE PROBLEM OF SELECTING THE BEST TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS OF HEAT SUPPLY FOR VACUUM EVAPORATOR
The goal of research was to develop a methodology for determining the energy efficiency of various schemes of Vacuum Evaporators (VE) energy supply. As a result, the comparison of singleeffect VE and VE with heat pump (HPVE) was done. For HPVE the operating parameters are defined to ensure a minimum of the selected criteria.
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