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    Quote Originally Posted by frank View Post
    I've never known a thread where so many Mods have had to intervene so much

    Congrats to the posters for showing such restraint.
    Cheers Frank

    You know me, Pillar of the community .

    But you could have left the toothpick comment in , some of my best work was that one.

    Must say I'm a little disappointed that "Big Bob" stood me up today.

    Suppose we'll have to wait for the "Next big thing " to show up and enlighten us all.

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    Re: saturated conditions in a receiver tank PROVE ME WRONG

    wondering if he gave up or was given a forced vacation?

    Either way I'd give my left nut to get back up on the mountain, was so peace full and satisfying to see what you can achieve with nothing other then a pic axe and shuvel, a good riffle or bow for your food the streams chattering you asleep, the nice hum of the hydroturbine you build.

    Amazing the perspective it can give you of life. Think I am going to cuddle with my dogs and watch a movie now! cheeres all and remember, life is a journy not a race so stop running and smell the flowers, they wont all ways be there!

    cheeres all and raise a glass to yer fellow fridgies even if they be a prick and two glasses if they be not!
    Now in Redvers Sask.

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    Re: saturated conditions in a receiver tank PROVE ME WRONG

    152 posts on a saturation physics thought experiment, and much (most) of it was not in the least related to saturation physics.

    You are a patient and knowledgeable bunch of fellows, but I sure hope you all agree never to talk about sports.

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    Re: saturated conditions in a receiver tank PROVE ME WRONG

    without reading pages of comments where am sure the answer already is

    supermarket fridge what a strange creature

    no equilibrium, pressures/temps/mass flow bouncing about like yoyo's

    but from hands on checks I find subcooled liquid in bottom of reciever with a saturated vapour on top

    Yes refrigerant in 2 states in same vessel

    whilst the refrigerant has flow it can exist in 2 different states within the same vessel

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    Re: saturated conditions in a receiver tank PROVE ME WRONG

    Quote Originally Posted by chillerman2006 View Post
    without reading pages of comments where am sure the answer already is

    supermarket fridge what a strange creature

    no equilibrium, pressures/temps/mass flow bouncing about like yoyo's

    but from hands on checks I find subcooled liquid in bottom of reciever with a saturated vapour on top

    Yes refrigerant in 2 states in same vessel

    whilst the refrigerant has flow it can exist in 2 different states within the same vessel

    R's xChillerman
    Read the full forum Einstein someone posted why its not a saturated vapour and fyi equilibrium of saturated vapour means liquid leaving into vapour state equals vapour returning into liquid state if its not the same rat the liquid is evaporating into a gaseous vapour not saturated vapour

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    Re: saturated conditions in a receiver tank PROVE ME WRONG

    Quote Originally Posted by rjsinoz View Post
    Read the full forum Einstein someone posted why its not a saturated vapour and fyi equilibrium of saturated vapour means liquid leaving into vapour state equals vapour returning into liquid state if its not the same rat the liquid is evaporating into a gaseous vapour not saturated vapour


    Again a prime example of rudeness at its best. Why you are still allowed on this forum amazes me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mikeefc1 View Post

    Again a prime example of rudeness at its best. Why you are still allowed on this forum amazes me.
    I agree....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjsinoz View Post
    Read the full forum Einstein someone posted why its not a saturated vapour and fyi equilibrium of saturated vapour means liquid leaving into vapour state equals vapour returning into liquid state if its not the same rat the liquid is evaporating into a gaseous vapour not saturated vapour
    hey boy

    if you ever in the uk look me up & I'll teach you fridge and manners as your in desperate need of both

    I have a spare postage stamp where you can right your full understanding so far

    so f*** y**
    If the World did not Suck, We would all fall off !

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillerman2006 View Post
    hey boy

    if you ever in the uk look me up & I'll teach you fridge and manners as your in desperate need of both

    I have a spare postage stamp where you can right your full understanding so far

    so f*** y**
    Haha old man

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    What's happening Big Bob ???
    I take it The Blue Oyster is closed today.
    Still a complete twat I see!!
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    Re: saturated conditions in a receiver tank PROVE ME WRONG

    Quote Originally Posted by 1mikeefc1 View Post
    Again a prime example of rudeness at its best. Why you are still allowed on this forum amazes me.
    ha look i got 1 point for rep power

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjsinoz View Post
    ha look i got 1 point for rep power
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    Rep power=0 PROVE ME WRONG!!!
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    ah well its that brain who took the points of me.

    I think Ron Jeremy said it best, as to what brain can go and do.

    hey stu feel like a sandwich mate, ive got a big one for you over here in oz....

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    **** hole.jpg

    thought what is this guys problem then i realised one he is irish and two look at the **** hole he lives in and 3 his kids are drunk

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    You must be a miserable sod to work with if this is the attitude you carry off on in real life. why I even bother to try with you is beyond my comprehension, being I'm not a masochist! I guess my forgiving side wants to help any I can but by Thor you have gon past the reasonable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjsinoz View Post
    **** hole.jpg

    thought what is this guys problem then i realised one he is irish and two look at the **** hole he lives in and 3 his kids are drunk
    Funny you should pick that store to post ,thats where I buy my toothpicks!!!!
    You really struggle with the put downs Bob, one of my drunk kids could do better.
    Want to get a reaction out of me ,you will have to up your game,you knob jockey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjsinoz View Post
    <img src="http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=10635"/>

    thought what is this guys problem then i realised one he is irish and two look at the **** hole he lives in and 3 his kids are drunk
    So rjsinoz your obviously a right flappy c@@t.....

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    Just cause your a big man

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