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water cooling

[′wȯd·ər ‚kül·iŋ]
(electronics)
Cooling the electrodes of an electron tube by circulating water through or around them.
(engineering)
Cooling in which the primary coolant is water.
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This unit circulates the coolant water from the water cooling pumps within the servers to the cooling towers, while also conducting heat exchange within the CDU itself.
In the literature and in the open press author does not found researches aimed at understanding the mechanisms of calcium carbonate crystals sediments on the cooling surface of the water cooling towers and the pipeline surfaces of the run-around cooling systems.
GE dropped work on water cooling in the early 1980s.
Water cooling systems process and remove heat from the building, essentially by evaporating water.
In this case, the use of water cooling reduces water consumption by at least 35 percent.
Hitachi's water cooling technology reduces wear and tear by cooling the computer and will be released at the beginning of February.
Some require water cooling to remove large amounts of heat quickly in a small space.
[USPRwire, Wed Apr 17 2019] The important markets covered in the Water Cooling Corona Discharge Ozone Generator Market study include North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.
The water cooling is provided by means of cooling towers which are located on the roof feeding a couple of heat exchangers.
Also available are water heating/cooling systems with closed-circuit water cooling, air- or water-cooled condenser, temperature range of 50 to 194[degrees]F, and pump capacity of 60 to 400 liter/min.
Stainless steel cooling passages prevent rust and corrosion and leave water chemically unaffected and water cooling eliminates necessary blowers or cooling fans, lowering noise.
NEC's status monitoring software, NEC ESMPRO Manager/Agent, is bundled to monitor CPU, memory, hard disk drives and even the water cooling pump status.