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Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir Formula

Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir=Heat in the cold reservoir/(Heat in the hot reservoir-Heat in the cold reservoir)
COP<sub>R</sub>=Q<sub>L</sub>/(Q<sub>H</sub>-Q<sub>L</sub>)
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What is Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir?

Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir is the ratio of the heat removed from the system by the work required by the system. It indicates the units of power the system will provide as output for one unit of power.

How to Calculate Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir?

Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir calculator uses Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir=Heat in the cold reservoir/(Heat in the hot reservoir-Heat in the cold reservoir) to calculate the Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir, Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir is the ratio of the heat removed from the system by the work required by the system. Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir and is denoted by COPR symbol.

How to calculate Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir, enter Heat in the cold reservoir (QL) and Heat in the hot reservoir (QH) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.133333 = 340/(640-340).

FAQ

What is Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir?
Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir is the ratio of the heat removed from the system by the work required by the system and is represented as COPR=QL/(QH-QL) or Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir=Heat in the cold reservoir/(Heat in the hot reservoir-Heat in the cold reservoir). Heat in the cold reservoir is the energy that is transferred between two systems of different temperatures to get into the lower temperature and Heat in the hot reservoir is the energy that is transferred between two systems of different temperatures to get into the higher temperature.
How to calculate Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir?
Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir is the ratio of the heat removed from the system by the work required by the system is calculated using Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir=Heat in the cold reservoir/(Heat in the hot reservoir-Heat in the cold reservoir). To calculate Coefficient of Performance of Refrigerator given the heat in the cold and hot reservoir, you need Heat in the cold reservoir (QL) and Heat in the hot reservoir (QH). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Heat in the cold reservoir and Heat in the hot reservoir and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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