Compressor engineering is the branch of engineering in which engineers deal with the construction, fabrication, and maintenance of compressor systems. Compressors, which are typically used in the compression of gas or liquid, work by taking pressure from the source of pressure and applying that pressure to the target system in order to increase or decrease its flow rate. In order to achieve increased pressure, compressors are usually made in such a manner that they can work in tandem with each other. Many of these systems are often used in order to compress the gas or liquid that is needed for various industrial purposes.
Compressor engineering is a highly specialized branch of engineering and there are many different types of compressor that are used throughout the world. One of the most common types of compressors is the compression that is used to generate electricity. This type of compressor is not commonly used in domestic applications but it is highly beneficial in areas where there is a need for energy. Other commonly used compressors in the world are the ones used in the field of medicine, where they are used to produce medications.