aftercooling

aftercooling

[′af·tər‚kül·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The cooling of a gas after its compression.
(nucleonics)
The cooling of a reactor after it has been shut down.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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* Conair's dX series dryers, which have been revamped to include an aftercooling feature and two versions of a programmable controller.
While a desiccant-wheel dryer normally requires a water utility for cooling, Conair (conairgroup.com) is launching a new generation of Carousel desiccant-wheel dryers featuring an air-to-air aftercooling option.
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The 6068HFG82 is an extension of the Tier 3 6068HF285 engine that is available today and continues to feature a fixed-geometry turbocharger, high-pressure common-rail fuel system, 2-valve cylinder head, air-to-air aftercooling and full-authority electronic controls.
Displacements in this power range include the 4.5, 6.8, 9.0 and 13.5 L inline, four- and six-cylinder engines, all of which feature a four-valve cylinder head, a high-pressure fuel system, turbocharging and an air-to-air aftercooling system.
Standard N Series high-pressure compressors come complete with motor and starter, as well as aluminum cylinder heads and finned copper cooling pipes for efficient aftercooling. Booster Extra Pressure compressors include precision manufactured, two- or three-cylinder pumps with 100 percent duty cycle and a new forced lubrication system with continuous, full filtration.
The C15 features electronically controlled unit injection and air-to-air aftercooling for superior fuel efficiency and reliability.
EXHIBIT 4 Fueling hope Miles per gallon (or Carbon dioxide equivalent for fuel emissions, 2001, cell engines), 2001 grams per kilometer Conventional internal- 28 72 combustion engine (ICE) Advanced ICE (1) Gasoline 49 42 Diesel 56 37 Hybrid ICE (2) Gasoline 71 30 Diesel 83 27 Fuel cell engine Compressed hydrogen 94 34 (4) Onboard reformer (3) 42 49 (1)Incorporating cylinder deactivation, continuously variable transmission, direct fuel injection, infinitely variable value lift, 36- and 42-volt alternator system, plasma ignition system, and turbocharging and aftercooling. (2)True hybrid with all advanced technologies incorporated (see footnote 1); electric motor handles stop-and-go travel and initial highway acceleration while gasoline - or diesel-powered ICE handles higher speeds.
However, a two-stage turbocharging system integrated with intercooling and aftercooling allows correct management of the durability-constraining parameters by controlling temperatures throughout the air handling system.
The mid-range 6.6 liter 3116 incorporates air-to-air aftercooling, a feature designed to promote fuel economy.