Subject: TK1001-1841 | Production of electric energy or power. Powerplants. Central stations | Article Subject
This paper investigates the potential of utilizing the exhaust waste heat using an integrated mechanical device with internal combustion engine for the automobiles to increase the fuel economy, the useful power, and the environment safety. One of the ways of utilizing w... View more
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