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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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.
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26 kW per 1 kW of cooling power, plus the addition of water consumption at the district cooling plant cooling towers.
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As weather conditions changes from sunny to cloudy or night, Econavi detects less sunlight intensity and determines less cooling power is required.
Collectively, the cooling power consumption comes to 70 percent of the local power consumption, Al-Naqib said.
He recommended that plants extend battery capacity to 16 hours, which would give ample time to workers to restore cooling power.
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