cooling channel

cooling channel

[′kül·iŋ ‚chan·əl]
(engineering)
A channel in the body of mold through which a cooling liquid is circulated.
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In this design, the complexity of the cooling channel is built into the injection molded part without any extra cost.
Advances in local heating and cooling include new induction heaters and zoning and wildly imaginative conformal cooling channel shapes that are much more efficient than round channels.
A mid-cell unit is composed of a cooling channel sandwiched in between two half-cells.
The Gerlach equipment consists of an in-feed conveyor, preshock unit, shock channel with microwave support, hot air channel to uphold temperature until curing is reached, cooling channel with air blow-off and caterpillar.
Cyclic cooling methods can be employed on mold tools with conventional cooling channel geometries.
A patented fluid flow path round the bushing dissipates heat and allows the process fluid to cool the bushing of the impeller from the outside, while still providing an internal spiral cooling channel and is said to allow for dry running conditions.
cz/profil/ks-kolbenschmidt-czech-republic-as delivery 2pc dedicated machines for drilling and flushing opening of the cooling channel steel pistons.
Water cooling reaches its limits where the space for cooling channel bores is restricted.
Its diverting plug Z9675 enables the mould designer to intentionally design for a collision of this kind and thus optimise the position of the cooling channel and the ejector.
RW]: Heat flow coefficient between water and cooling channel surface rotor
Years of talk about observing and studying coolant flow in a clear simulated cooling channel finally becomes a reality.
As a result, they remove heat unevenly, so operators must wait until the material farthest away from the cooling channel cools before they remove it from the mold.