Type: Posts; User: Gotwood
That's taking using water flow analogy to an extreme
Workman comp laws do not protect owners from lawsuits/liability if they show negligence
As a self employed individual I would talk to your insurance man and se if work mans comp, short term or long...
Seems to me the technology degree can be a springboard for engineering design
If all you want to do is service take the other one ...you can always take one class a semester while working
My head hurts ...... If its a contained system I think theoretically you will always have some liquid......think of a recovery tank and heating it....you must have enough volume to completely vaporize
It's a basic scientific principal that is a foundation of refrigeration.
Boyle's, Dalton's, Charles'
And ideal gas law
I'm just reading up on some things and a reference states no increase in...
I think it's all going to be based on how you raise him.....
And your relationship with one another.
From my personal experience(me and my father) encourage him as much as possible and DO NOT make...
Why, when after a refrigerant has completely vaporized does the pressure not rise when temperature goes up?