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Single Zone and Dual Zone wine cooler! Which one is best for you?

If you’re an intermittent wine drinker having a particular flavor for just reds or even whites, after that where you store your bottles isn’t an excessive amount of an issue. Wine coolers are little refrigerators created to maintain wine completely perfectly chilled till it’s prepared to drink. Presently there are some variants; however the most typical are single zone wine coolers and dual zone wine coolers. Single zone wine coolers are fairly simple.

Single Zone Wine Cooler:

If your enthusiasm is the single design of wine, these types of single zone wine coolers through the Pro sequence are ideal for maintaining much more of your preferred bottles saved in their perfect problems. Continue reading “Single Zone and Dual Zone wine cooler! Which one is best for you?”

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Campus cola wars: beverage giants battle for exclusivity rights

Imagine a town without Coke. At any convenience store or soda fountain, at every restaurant or bar or from any vending machine within the city limits of this fictional place, inhabitants can buy only products sold by Pepsi-Cola Canada Ltd.-no Coca-Cola, no Fruitopia drinks (bottled by Coke), and no beverages produced by small, independent companies. Now, envision another town just down the road where the same rules apply, only in reverse: Pepsi is out, Coke is it. Sound far-fetched? Well, for students at an increasing number of Canadian universities, the hegemony of a single soft drink is becoming a fact of life. Forget about shopping malls and TV advertising: the two giants of the soft-drink industry have mobilized their forces onto campuses, dunking it out for the right to sell their products to a captive audience. And the winners in these cola wars are determined not by taste tests-but by who has the deeper pockets.

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Sounds that cool spark hot ideas, and how does an thermoacoustic engine work ?

There is an increasing possibility of using sound energy to run cooling systems for operating refrigerators and air conditioners. The use of thermoacoustics is attractive as it will be an alternative to added energy consumption. It will also eliminate the need for refrigerants which are not environment friendly. The history of the research and the future possibilities are presented.

The developing technology of thermoacoustics is showing that sound energy offers a relatively simple and environmentally friendly means to drive refrigerators, air conditioners, and other cooling systems.

A sound system has been catching the ear of refrigeration people, physicists, engineers, and business people the world over. No, it’s not the stereo of the future. It’s a system that employs a loudspeaker to power a refrigerator. Based on an approach called thermoacoustic refrigeration, it makes use of the energy in sound waves to provide cooling.

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Heating and Cooling Cycles, Stirling and Thermoacoustic engine understanding

Have you ever heard about Heating and Cooling Cycles, do you know about Stirling and Thermoacoustic engine ? In this article will cover the stuffs.

The technologies used in most of the world’s cooling machinery are based on cycles (called thermodynamic cycles) of heating and cooling what is called a “working fluid.” In each cycle, the fluid (which may be a gas or a liquid) undergoes several steps:(1) compression, which raises its pressure and temperament;(2) heat rejection (expulsion);(3) expansion, which lowers its pressure and temperature; and (4) heat uptake from the material to be cooled. Work is done on the fluid to make it move heat energy from a region at a lower temperature to one at a higher temperature.

How do the stirling-engines work
How do the stirling-engines work

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