water cooling

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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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Our results support this guideline, with watercooling blankets being the most common second-line intervention (23%) in NSPs.
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A new high-output extrusion die for large HDPE or PP pipe (110 to 2000 mm OD) combines watercooling of the melt before it leaves the die with air cooling inside the pipe.