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Heat exchangers in animal rearing. Trial and demonstration specialist pig units with heat exchangers. Air/water heat exchanger


, : Heat exchangers in animal rearing. Trial and demonstration specialist pig units with heat exchangers. Air/water heat exchanger. Revue de l' Agriculture 38(5): 989-1005

The heat transfer coeff. of an air-water heat exchanger system in pig housing was determined as a function of different air and water flow rates.

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