transpiration cooling

transpiration cooling

[‚tranz·pə′rā·shən ′kül·iŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
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"Transpiration cooling will be added wherever we see erosion of the shield.
Singh [3] studied the effect of transpiration cooling in the presence of the transverse sinusoidal suction/injection velocity.
The two dimensional steady laminar flow in channels with porous walls has numerous application in field of Science and Engineering through boundary layer control, transpiration cooling and biomedical enginering.
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Plant transpiration cooling mechanism can be optimized by improving plant power through uptake of water from soil and irrigation management [9] and also increased irrigation turns through evaporation and transpiration cooling, can moderated heat stress [10].
The performance of the ablative was enhanced by nano-ceramics and substantial increment in transpiration cooling. The ablative finds gainful application as an effective fireproof material for civil structures and buildings as well.
Other sustainable thermal systems with major energy impact on the worldwide urban infrastructure include green roofs facilitated by the understanding of transpiration cooling and improved energy harvesting in buildings for net zero energy use.
Rows of leafy trees or tall, dense shrubs can funnel air to open windows, their shade and transpiration cooling the air as it moves through.
Data were taken that day in the MX-II with no crop in the greenhouse to provide transpiration cooling. Temperatures were typically 2[degrees]F to 4[degrees]F (1.1[degrees]C to 2.2[degrees]C) higher than outside temperatures, while the nearby fan-ventilated greenhouse, with a ventilation rate of one volume change per minute, was 10[degrees]F to 15[degrees]F (5.6[degrees]C to 8.3[degrees]C) hotter than outside.
"The only approach that made sense was a transpiration-cooled tube of porous stainless steel, which reduces heat rejection to the wall because of the transpiration cooling effect.