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Title: Possible Efficiency Improvements Related To Integral Angle Compressors
Author: m. J. Hemich, W. F. Hartwick
Source: American Gas Association 1975
Year Published: 1975
Abstract: It is certainly a pleasure to have the opportunity to talk with you today about the possible improvements in efficiency related to the integral angle reciprocating compressor. The meaning of efficiency as defined by Webster is certainly as applicable today as it was when it was first derived. Efficiency: Effective operation as measured by a comparison of production with cost in energy, time, money, etc. This statement is certainly prophetic what with the cost of money, the availability of energy and the value of time all of these factors relate to the cost of pumping gas our subject in this session. When one stops and looks at an integral Veeangle engine-compressor, it is extremely difficult to visualize a new or improved concept to accomplish the purpose for which it was intended. Compactness is truly evident and the interrelationship between the primary ingredients of the modem compressor engine obvious.