panel cooling

panel cooling

[′pan·əl ‚kül·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
A system in which the heat-absorbing units are in the ceiling, floor, or wall panels of the space which is to be cooled.
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The benefit of the latter should be obvious for maintaining panel cooling operations in remote hazardous locations--pipeline operators no longer have to rely on either air conditioners or generators to power them.
The same argument holds true for radiant panel cooling. To exemplify the case, three scenarios were developed for radiant floor heating panels.
Compared to the baseline load trajectory for a typical VAV system, the optimally peak-shifted load trajectory for a variable-speed chiller and radiant panel cooling system is flattened by shifting part of the daytime cooling load to night.
Three built-in fans for improved panel cooling enable usage of up to 20 hours a day.
"Ceiling panel cooling systems." ASHRAE Journal 43(11):28-32.
To implement panel cooling under pressure, the press was quickly opened and the panel was immediately transferred to an adjacent cold press at ambient room temperatures.
When panel cooling is not available or practical, a separate
"A new panel trim system, and added panel cooling capacity, help to insure that production and quality go hand-in-hand," Tracy said.
Radiant panel cooling is also possible now by PVTC (Solar Photovoltaic, thermal, and cooling) systems.
Included are four new press openings, upgrading of the raw material processing equipment, and additional blending and panel cooling capacity.