radiation cooling

radiation cooling

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚kül·iŋ]
(electronics)
Cooling of an electrode resulting from its emission of heat radiation.
(physics)
The cooling of gases to very low temperatures by means of the resonant radiation pressure of intense laser light.
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Affected by the cold air mass and radiation cooling effect, the lowest temperature of 11 degrees Celsius since the beginning of this year's winter occurred in Sinwu, Taoyuan in northern Taiwan before dawn on Sunday, Liu said.
Using the model, the research team found that radiation cooling of a passive chilled beam system provided total energy savings of 10-21%, depending on the system configuration.
Other studies limited the radiation cooling on buildings to the temperature difference between the buildings' surface and ambient temperature (Khedari et al.
Fusion laptop cooler is designed to provide enhanced radiation cooling to the laptops.
Clear skies and overnight radiation cooling are to be expected but the chill of winter is limited.
Estes [2005] makes interesting observations related to thermal radiation cooling.
A nitrogen purge can be used to further the radiation cooling.
Radiation fog is related to radiation cooling where the earth's surface is cooled by means of radiation.
Chapters cover the following topics: basic heat transfer conduction, convection, and radiation; conductive cooling; radiation cooling, convection cooling; combined modes and transient heat transfer; vibration and its isolation; shock management; induced stresses; the finite elements methods; mechanical and thermomechanical concerns; mechanical and electrical reliability; chemically induced reliability; and design considerations in an avionics electronics package.
2) were created as 2D in order to take into account non-axisymmetric conditions of convection and radiation cooling.
Many pilots don't realize that radiation cooling is the leading producer of especially dense fog.
As day becomes evening and then night, the air cools (due to radiation cooling, hence the name radiation fog), the condensation process begins in earnest and ever more water molecules are converted from the gaseous to the liquid state, creating fog, thickening it, and expanding its area of coverage.