cooling medium


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cooling medium, coolant

A fluid which conducts heat from one or more heat sources and transports it to a heat exchanger, where the heat is removed and disposed of.
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Although there are various published data for overall heat-transfer coefficients between polymers and the cooling medium, they are usually not specific to your operation and should be determined experimentally.
where cm is the specific heat capacity of the cooling medium.
We knew isobutane had a high rate of efficiency as cooling medium,'' said Shinji Hirai, chief specialist in Toshiba's Refrigerator Engineering Department.
In these systems, air as the cooling medium is eliminated.
The temperature of this cooling medium has been set to 30 [degrees]C and pressure to 3.
When the temperature of the cooling medium is low and/or the convective heat transfer coefficient at the product surface is high, he explained, the latent heat removal is more rapid near the product surface.
During the cooling in Part 1, the outer mold surface is cooled by convection from the cooling medium as described by:
The other advantage of water as a cooling medium is the stability of the temperature of cooling water throughout the year.
In small core pins, molders sometimes use pressurized air instead of water as a cooling medium.
The relatively large cooling plant under the machine (requiring no extra floor space) provides a good cooling of the product, and this, as is well known, cannot be achieved with sponge rubber without a correspondingly long stay in the cooling medium.
Its SIC equivalent codes are: 3531 - Construction Machinery and Equipment (railway track maintenance equipment); and 3743 - Railroad Equipment (except locomotive fuel lubricating or cooling medium pumps).
Internal cooling is typically done with water, but for very high-temperature polymers--or where coolant temperatures need to be above the boiling point of water--oil is the preferred cooling medium.