sweat cooling

sweat cooling

[′swet ‚kül·iŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
A technique for cooling combustion chambers or aerodynamically heated surfaces by forcing a coolant through a porous wall, resulting in film cooling at the interface. Also known as transpiration cooling.
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It could be demonstrated in multiple ways -- sweat cooling the body is a form of evaporative cooling, so is the cool breeze blowing over the sea.