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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If there is a damp problem it is probably condensation on a cold wall and no stain block or paint will ever solve it - heat and ventilation is the only cure.
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
MARY, by email AYOU can warm up that cold wall with insulated plasterboard sheets.
It's a cold wall and I want to know the best insulation to use.
Oh I forgot, you can sit round a cold wall by the fountain in the Precinct and get soaked waiting for the missus going round Marks and Spencer.
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.
For the asymmetric heating conditions the temperature profile will develop from the entrance till approach its linear profile at the fully developed region where the fluid flows in laminated layers and all the heat transferred from the heated wall goes to the cold wall through the fluid laminated layers pure conduction.
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.
Without freedom of expression and free flow of information, we will continue to live under a condition only similar to the old days of the cold wall where a big chuck of the world lived behind an iron curtain.