cooling process

cooling process

[′kül·iŋ ‚präs·əs]
(engineering)
Physical operation in which heat is removed from process fluids or solids; may be by evaporation of liquids, expansion of gases, radiation or heat exchange to a cooler fluid stream, and so on.
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Sancho had recourse to the larder of his alforjas and took out of them what he called the prog; Don Quixote rinsed his mouth and bathed his face, by which cooling process his flagging energies were revived.
For an efficiently designed cooling process, the cooling line parameters should take into account the different dimensions being produced and the different materials being used.
The double recessed lid allows for contraction during the cooling process.
The blaze is currently completely controlled and fire fighters are still cordoning off the area as the cooling process continues," he said.
Tip: add a freezer chiller pack or two or frozen bottle of water to kick start the cooling process.
London, July 16 ( ANI ): High temperatures, well into the evening, could affect body's natural cooling process as people prepare to go to sleep.
Meanwhile, search operation has been launched after the completion of cooling process.
During a presentation, Switzerland's Aston Foods AG introduced a host of domestic and foreign guests to another world's first: Now that its vacuum cooling process has become the standard for medium-sized producers worldwide, the global market leader is also supporting industrial food production with its patented technology.
Among specific topics are new methods of quality control systems on strip rolling mills, a predictive model of plate camber, cooling process of die steel during on-line pre-hardening, design parameters of whole-roll shape detecting roll, and a multi-level material service safety assessment system.
The team involved in the operation has reached "a spot close to the head of the burning well after removal of most of the debris and ending the cooling process," Al-Kanderi explained.
This is an important step, because if you take them out at this point, they will be soft; the cooling process makes them crisp.
The incident has not affected the cooling process of the nuclear fuel, it said.