cooling method

cooling method

[′kül·iŋ ‚meth·əd]
(thermodynamics)
A method of determining the specific heat of a liquid in which the times taken by the liquid and an equal volume of water in an identical vessel to cool through the same range of temperature are compared.
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The best cooling method is to immerse the athlete in a tub of cold water.
Adopting this type of cooling method reflects their move to incorporate energy-efficient technologies into their systems in support of a more sustainable and greener built environment according to the government's relevant initiatives.
Residents of the southern port city live in darkness, with the absence of any cooling method during the summer heat.
The primary differences between the two PSUs are cooling method, slot size, and weight.
Munchy Managing Director, Simon Brookes, stated: "Air as a cooling method is preferred over water pelletising systems because it reduces the machine footprint and overall is a 'cleaner', more simple operation.
The terminology recognizes that when we refer to an engine as air- or liquid-cooled, we're talking about its predominate cooling method.
Freshline[R] LIN-IS is a proven cooling method that injects liquid nitrogen through nozzles fitted in the bottom of any type of mixer, helping to control product temperature, prevent microbial growth, and increase thoughput.
For example, when changing from water to air for the laminate cooling method, with the same number of reflow cycles, the likelihood of cracking increases, on average, for both the 635pm PTH and buried vias, by 561% and 577%, based on the respective odds ratios of 5.
In selective head cooling method, the head is cooled actively and it is hoped that the brain will be protected more efficiently in this way (4).
The Free Cooling method is particularly suitable to the UK climate where fluid supply temperatures of 7[degrees]C and higher are required: the higher the temperature required, the higher the saving.
Solar cooling method and their applications, by Engr.
And, the second invention relates to a tire cooling method in the vehicle with pneumatic tires comprising: a step of monitoring the air pressure of the pneumatic tire during running, and a step of expelling a fluid toward the pneumatic tire so as to cool the pneumatic tire from its outside when the air pressure falls below a predetermined value.