water-cooled tube

water-cooled tube

[′wȯd·ər ¦küld ′tüb]
(electronics)
An electron tube that is cooled by circulating water through or around the anode structure.
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The calcined sand then cascades over a weir plate and drops down into a fluid bed cooler-classifier that employs a water-cooled tube bundle in the fluid bed media for direct air and indirect water cooling.
For these very high temperatures, the company developed a system using horizontal water-cooled tubes as the heat exchange surface.
It cools rapidly to 86F by fluidizing air and water-cooled tubes, and is ready for reuse.