adiabatic cooling


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adiabatic cooling

[¦ad·ē·ə¦bad·ik ′kül·iŋ]
(thermodynamics)
A process in which the temperature of a system is reduced without any heat being exchanged between the system and its surroundings.
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The Adiabatic Cooling system would help improve heating, ventilating and air conditioning system reliability and efficiency by decreasing the temperature of the air entering the coil, the company explained.
In general, the cost of mechanical refrigeration system for fruits and vegetables storage by small to medium scale entrepreneurs is obviously very high and this adiabatic cooling technology could help to encourage the entrepreneurs.
Adiabatic cooling effects were neglected because the rate of pressure release, as seen in Fig.
In one proposed installation in a very dry (low Dew Point) climate adiabatic cooling will extend the exclusive use of the heat wheel cooling system to 36[degrees]C (96[degrees]F).
Excool's adiabatic cooling units have been used in data centers by Virtus, Peer1 and others, however this is the first time they have appeared in a modular package.
A Closer Look: How Green Box Adiabatic SSS works: During the hottest hours of the summer, Adiabatic Cooling drops the temperature of the ambient air by increasing its relative humidity.
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During the hottest hours of the summer, Adiabatic Cooling increases the relative humidity of the ambient air.
Frigel North America has been promoting adiabatic cooling since NPE 2006 with its Ecodry system (see Learn More).

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