Condensation Point

condensation point

[‚kän·dən′sā·shən ‚pȯint]
(mathematics)
For a set in a topological space, a point whose neighborhoods all contain uncountably many points of the set.

Condensation Point

 

In mathematics, a condensation point of a set is a point such that each neighborhood of the point contains an infinite number of points of the set. The terms “limit point,” “accumulation point,” and “condensation point” are synonyms. Of these three terms, “limit point” is now used most often.

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Clear skies at night help moist air cool down and reach condensation point rapidly.
The machine provides an excellent energy recovery potential because of the high condensation point ensures that this process is efficient, the company adds.
Its equipment sucks in air, cools it to the condensation point and so generates water which - filtered and mineralised - meets WHO's strict quality requirements.
But by determining the condensation point, the investigation team was able to resolve the problem.
To produce water, the vehicle exhaust passes through the heat exchangers and coolers that cool it to the condensation point.
We have now simply reversed the process: our equipment sucks in large amounts of air, cools it to the condensation point and in this way generates water which is then filtered and mineralized.
To see why, Mather and his team from Cloudquest, a research company in Nelspruit, flew through the cloud and collected samples of the tiny particles that serve as condensation points for water.
It's a matter of controlling the steam, where it goes and the relative condensation points within the mold chamber," Clarke explained.
Unlike other technologies, Advantix Systems' units have no drip pans or cooling coils where bacteria can build up, as there are no condensation points anywhere in the system.