cooling range

cooling range

[′kül·iŋ ‚rānj]
(mechanical engineering)
The difference in temperature between the hot water entering and the cold water leaving a cooling tower.

cooling range

In a water-cooling device, the difference between the average temperature of the water entering the device and the average temperature of the water leaving it.
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Indesit will present an impressive selection of new home appliance products including the new eXtra cooling range that brings additional customization for the ultimate in food preservation for the kitchen and the new MyTime washing machine, the first on the market with six "everyday fast" cycles, immediately selectable and tailored to give a perfect result in less than one hour.
To enable usage in more severe ambient temperatures, the air conditioners' performance has been enhanced by extending the permissible cooling range from 43degCDB (dry bulb temperature) to 50degCDB and extending the corresponding heating range from -15degCWB (wet bulb temperature) to -20degCWB.
Polymers that have a Tg (glass-transition temperature) within the cooling range will have a significant change in the film coefficient.
Projects that support geothermal heating and cooling range from barracks facilities to administrative buildings.
Several cooling rates were used in order to cover as wide as possible cooling range and to represent all available heat and thermomechanical treatment processes.
Figure 7 shows the air-conditioning simulator has good accuracy, but the data are rather dispersed around the line in the low cooling range.
Cooling range of operation is now up to 46AC DB (dry bulb temperature) instead of 43AC DB and to cope with installation demands in tall buildings, the new models can also accommodate greater height differences between the indoor and outdoor units by expanding the limitation length from 50 meters (m) with current models to 70m (when installing outdoor units above indoor units).
Cooling range of operation is now up to 46 degC DB (dry bulb temperature) instead of 43 degC DB and to cope with installation demands in tall buildings, the new models can also accommodate greater height differences between the indoor and outdoor units by expanding the limitation length from 50 meters (m) with current models to 70m (when installing outdoor units above indoor units).
A small data center is typically defined as having 5-20 racks, with a power and cooling range of 10-40kW and equipment that may include passive devices and network equipment.
The company provides a system that monitors and records various data-such as substrate temperature-during the thermal spray process, as well as a system with preset cooling ranges that are manually dialed in by the operator.
Caloric sells a full line of gas, electric, microwave and combination cooling ranges and other appliances.