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heat exchange and the automobile

I have spent the last few days trying to write apostabout heat heat exchange but I keept making it more complicated than I wanted it to be.
The idea is simple but the process is quite complex. You remove heat from A transfer it to B and then transfer that collected heat to C and disperse it the atmosphere. To actually doe this involves a lot of variables and complex computations.

While researching and refreshing my own memory I can across a site with a simplified explanation that I decided to use instead.

I hope you all will find it usefull. Read and enjoy but it is long and kind of tedieous.

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