What are the advantages of compound compression, Mechanical Engineering

What are the advantages of compound compression with intercooler over single stage compression?

Explain with the help of schematic and P-h diagrams, the working of a two stage compression system with liquid intercooler, water intercooler and a liquid flash chamber.

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