cooling method

cooling method

[′kül·iŋ ‚meth·əd]
(thermodynamics)
A method of determining the specific heat of a liquid in which the times taken by the liquid and an equal volume of water in an identical vessel to cool through the same range of temperature are compared.
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Centrexion Therapeutics Corporation, a company focused on developing non-opioid, non-addictive therapeutics for the treatment of chronic pain, announced that it will report data from two clinical studies of CNTX-4975, including an assessment of the companys proprietary cooling method for reducing procedural pain, at the 2019 European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) Annual Conference taking place June 12-15, 2019 in Madrid, Spain.
Different heat transfer methods used in cooling towers are evaporative cooling, dry cooling and hybrid (a combination of evaporative and dry cooling method) cooling method.
Air cooling, which has been the de-facto standard cooling method for power electronic converters from the beginning, is starting to show its limits across most applications, and it has already become obsolete for advanced technoiogies and cutting-edge applications like artificial intelligence (Al).
In such cases, extremity cooling can be an effective body cooling method for exertional heat-related illness.
While sweating and panting is an effective cooling method for mammals and birds, body surface evaporation is tougher for insects with their hard, wax-covered external skeletons.
The best cooling method is to immerse the athlete in a tub of cold water.
Adopting this type of cooling method reflects their move to incorporate energy-efficient technologies into their systems in support of a more sustainable and greener built environment according to the government's relevant initiatives.
Specimens for each test are identified by the notation W - T * E * - NC/WC, where " W" donates the wood specimen, "T indicates the exposure temperature (T100 means that the exposure temperature is 100[degrees]C), "E" gives the exposure time (E15 means that the exposure time is 15 min), and "NC/WC" is the cooling method after temperature ("NC" and "WC" indicate natural cooling and water cooling, respectively).
In order to save energy and reduce contaminant, innovation of the cooling method based on exploiting characteristics could be a new way.
The cooling method should be discontinued once body temperature has reached 38[degrees]C.
Residents of the southern port city live in darkness, with the absence of any cooling method during the summer heat.
The primary differences between the two PSUs are cooling method, slot size, and weight.