cooling coil

cooling coil

[′kül·iŋ ‚kȯil]
(mechanical engineering)
A coiled arrangement of pipe or tubing for the transfer of heat between two fluids.
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For a given cooling coil and load, raising the entering water temperature will require more chilled water flow, resulting in lowering the leaving water temperature.
The outdoor air is mixed with the return air from the conditioned space, and then the mixed air is cooled and dehumidified by the cooling coil.
HRW-1800-MS-270 reduces the annual energy consumption of cooling coil by 18%.
In Figure 6a, total air-side heat transfer rate across the WSHP cooling coil was compared to the water-side heat transfer of the WSHP in Zone 10.
825 include 4" thick insulated walls, a 2" insulated floor with truck wheel guide tracks, an aluminized steel exterior, a Type 304, 2B stainless steel interior with continuously front-welded seams, a cellular silicone rubber door gasket, a stainless steel water cooling coil located in the heat chamber, a removable top-mounted heat chamber, to minimize floor space requirements, and the oven body is split into three sections for customer loading onto an elevator.
Installed on a vertical riser, the barrier fluid system for the seal includes a pressure vessel with sight glass and internal cooling coil.
In the cooling coil test with the Flextank, the time needed to reach cold stability temperatures ranged from 24 hours to multiple days, primarily due to the lack of capacity the heat-transfer fluid (in this case propylene glycol) had for heat transfer and the associated heat loss from the tank to the environment.
For dehumidification, it offers: controllability for de-humidification; control with one valve per system, providing the dehumidification necessary to maintain IAQ for processing facilities; and energy savings by precooling the air, reducing the load on the cooling coil, and providing free reheat.
Zhou (2005) developed a detailed cooling coil model based on the so-called dynamic forward modeling approach.
The air-inlet diffuser ensures that the air stream covers the full face of the cooling coil.
The cooling zone uses a cooling coil to bring the web temperature back to ambient in a controlled fashion.