cooling power

cooling power

[′kül·iŋ ‚pau̇·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A parameter devised to measure the air's cooling effect upon a human body; it is determined by the amount of heat required by a device to maintain the device at a constant temperature (usually 34°C); the entire system should be made to correspond, as closely as possible, to the external heat exchange mechanism of the human body.
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This range promises up to 30% Extra Cooling Power resulting in powerful cooling, faster temperature pull-down and extra energy savings; Extra Comfort with precise temperature setting in steps of 0.1AC and 0.5AC; Extra Quiet performance with a 'soundproof' acoustic jacket for the compressor; and Extra Purification technology for healthier air.
Water has great cooling power so going to the beach is a good idea in this weather as besides cooling your heals in the ebbing tides you also get to enjoy the sea breeze.
The ACs are also highly durable with a strong cooling power even when operating at high ambient temperatures, designed with an extended operation range of up to 52AdegC, seemingly perfect for the GCC.
Figure 5 and 6 show the day of peak cooling power of the panels with basic and night cooling (NC) strategy in Copenhagen and Rome, respectively.
While the trend for both cushion and back sensation is similar, the cushion reaches colder sensation sooner than the back for equivalent applied cooling power due to the body's metabolic rate and basic thermophysiology.
But when carbon dioxide levels are high, the leaf pores shrink, this causes less water to be released diminishing the plants health and its cooling power.
The SVALT D2 provides simple set-it-and-forget-it operation that intelligently delivers silent to overwhelming cooling power.
The device offers a cooling power of up to 0.8 kW, depending on the temperature difference between the environment and return temperature.
Single Temperature Controls, Charlotte, N.C., says its newest TCU can alternate heating and cooling without having to switch off heating elements or cooling power, thanks to addition of a variable-speed pump motor.
The company said that Coolcore cooling fabrics had won an award for "Cooling Power" from the Hohenstein Institute, as well as an award for "Best Innovation--Sports and Outdoor Apparel" from the ITMA Future Materials Awards.
District cooling plants typically consume 0.26 kW per 1 kW of cooling power, plus the addition of water consumption at the district cooling plant cooling towers.