cooling range

cooling range

[′kül·iŋ ‚rānj]
(mechanical engineering)
The difference in temperature between the hot water entering and the cold water leaving a cooling tower.

cooling range

In a water-cooling device, the difference between the average temperature of the water entering the device and the average temperature of the water leaving it.
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Determining the limit of the dead band and its corresponding airflows of [m.sub.pri,deadband] and [m.sub.tot,deadband] provides the starting point for linearly varying the primary and total airflow over the entire zone cooling range.
"With a fast growing number of hotels and resorts, there is vast opportunity across the region to provide thousands of people an enhanced experience at the beach or the swimming pool, through this comfortable and cooling range of outdoor furniture products."
After that, data are measured and linked into relevant relations for assessing the performance characteristics which are identified by parameters such as cooling range, cooling efficiency, and approach to wet bulb temperature.
To enable usage in more severe ambient temperatures, the air conditioners' performance has been enhanced by extending the permissible cooling range from 43degCDB (dry bulb temperature) to 50degCDB and extending the corresponding heating range from -15degCWB (wet bulb temperature) to -20degCWB.
The water flow to be recirculated and the cooling range (hot water temperature minus cold water temperature) must be carefully considered for economizer operation.
(1) cooling rates in the ultrafast cooling range were achieved with water spray cooling during quenching of the stainless steel samples;
Polymers that have a Tg (glass-transition temperature) within the cooling range will have a significant change in the film coefficient.
(Geothermal doesn't lend itself to large open-area buildings--such as hangars and vehicle maintenance facilities--where instead the Corps uses a green feature called "solar walls.") Projects that support geothermal heating and cooling range from barracks facilities to administrative buildings.
Several cooling rates were used in order to cover as wide as possible cooling range and to represent all available heat and thermomechanical treatment processes.
Currently available in Europe, the ELH series also target the mobile equipment market, offering a cooling range up to 188 hp at 104[degrees]F, said Hydac.