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water cooling

[′wȯd·ər ‚kül·iŋ]
(electronics)
Cooling the electrodes of an electron tube by circulating water through or around them.
(engineering)
Cooling in which the primary coolant is water.
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In the literature and in the open press author does not found researches aimed at understanding the mechanisms of calcium carbonate crystals sediments on the cooling surface of the water cooling towers and the pipeline surfaces of the run-around cooling systems.
GE dropped work on water cooling in the early 1980s.
Water cooling systems process and remove heat from the building, essentially by evaporating water.
Some require water cooling to remove large amounts of heat quickly in a small space.
It is based on the Heraeus twin tube design and features new materials and water cooling, which allow surface power densities of up to 1.
It can be engineered with and without a vacuum chamber, integral vacuum pump and water cooling.
One alternative in heading off the adverse thermal discontinuity due to the bushing joint insulator is water cooling the insulated joint in the bushing as shown in Fig.
2) Secondary (Caster) Spray system Direct Water Cooling system
Standard DuraChill chillers feature air or water cooling, a 1-1/2 to 7-1/2 hp Copeland compressor, digital microprocessor control with LED readout of temperature, pressure and flow rate, high and low pressure safeties, high and low temperature alarms, stainless steel centrifugal pump, and remote on/off capability.
This means ensuring that water cooling is complete, or that it at least produces a uniform smooth curving isotherm around the inside of the shell without hot and cold spots.