Book for power and heat thermodynamic cycles

We are using Sandler's Chemical, Biochemical, and Engineering Thermodynamics, and Smith & van Ness for our third year thermodyamics course. What is a good book to study power, heat and refrigeration cycles?

Sandler's has a chapter dedicated to that, but it's not enough.
 
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