HOUSEHOLD DRAIN WATER HEAT RECOVERY UNIT
In this article the possibility of energy recuperation from waste water is considered. The example of numerical simulation drain water heat recovery unit in household is represented. It is obtained that household can recuperate some heat that usually consider as a loss.
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