cooling fins

cooling fins

cooling fins
The fins around the cylinder head of a reciprocating engine, which improve the normal cooling action. The fins increase the area of the cylinder and thus provide for greater heat transfer.
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There's an embossed radiator guard, 4-2-1 slash-cut exhaust, red stitching on the seat, and horseshoe LED headlight with old-school cooling fins.
To reduce weight, they turned the feed mechanism upside down, utilized a shorter barrel with cooling fins rather than rings, a small tripod, and cut away metal wherever possible to reduce the length and weight of the gun.
Investigations have shown that the thermal resistance of an optimally designed microchannel cooling plate with 40 cooling fins per centimetre, compared to a simple tube cooling plate, is only about a quarter.
You can get into the cooling fins and other tight areas around the engine that normally take a lot of time and patience to reach.
A hairline finish brushes across the Gun Metal lid, while the copper cooling fins provide flashes of color through the vents.
Test section (1) Air outlet (2) Fan (3) Temperature humidity transmitter (4) Input velocity anemometer (5) Photovoltaic panel (6) Thermocouple (7) Control volume (8) Photovoltaic power transmission (9) Artificial solar radiation Control section (10) Pyranometer (11) Data logger (12) Computer (13) DC-AC inverter (14) Acidic gel battery (15) Solar charger regulator (16) Air inlet (17) Cooling fins
NORD DRIVESYSTEMS reports it has expanded its range of high-efficiency smooth-surface motors and says the new permanent-magnet synchronous motors without cooling fins achieve level IE4/super premium efficiency.
Once deflated the DriveGuard tyre rests on the thicker sidewalls and the heat build up from driving is dissipated by cooling fins which carry it away as it rotates.
While aircraft engine oil coolers resemble those of automotive radiators, the cooling fins of an oil cooler are much smaller--usually .006-inch thickness--and are made of weldable aluminum.