cold wall

cold wall

[′kōld ‚wȯl]
(oceanography)
The line or surface along which two water masses of significantly different temperature are in contact.
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Steve Hodgson, chief executive of the PCA, said: "As temperatures drop, the issue of condensation and dampness can become more problematic, as properties start to be affected by fogged glass and water settles on cold wall surfaces.
If the wall is on an external elevation or a cold wall condensation can form.
If the wall is on an external elevation or a cold wall, then condensation can form.
"When the heating was on it was just hitting a cold wall, causing black spores, mould and dampness.
KBR is utilizing its industry leading revamp technology KBR Reforming Exchanger System in conjunction with KBR's True Cold Wall Add-on Converter to achieve low project cost for the revamp at this site.
On a given cold wall, local and average Nusselt numbers are given, respectively, by
They concluded that the heat transfer rate for any fluid type increases at the hot wall and decreases at the cold wall with increasing cooling intensity.
Conduction cooling is the method of using thermally conductive material to transfer heat from the PCB to a cold wall or heat sink.
I touch the cold wall again and feel in me the pulse of one who lives
- Cold Wall enables rapid-heating & cooling and clean-heating
Fig.(8) Illustrates the relation between the splashing spray Weber number to the impinging Weber number on the cold wall for both diesel and gasoline fuel.
The X-Ray 6000 is installed for the measurement of the cold wall thickness after the cooling trough, between two cooling troughs or optionally at the beginning of the line to display hot measuring values directly after the extruder.