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Charles Tellier (1828 – 1913)
Charles Tellier was a French engineer who was responsible for the study of motors and compressed air. His study ultimately resulted in the refrigeration systems used to preserve meats and other perishable food. In 1911, Charles Tellier was awarded with Joest Prize by the French institute and in 1912 was made Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. He also wrote the Histoire d’une invention moderne, le frigorifique (1910).

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