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Suppose you are told to design a household air conditioner

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Problem 32P

PROBLEM 32P

Suppose you are told to design a household air conditioner using HFC-134a as its working substance. Over what range of pressures would you have it operate? Explain your reasoning. Calculate the COP for your design, and compare to the COP of an ideal Carnot refrigerator operating between the same reservoir temperatures.

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