To make more close, compact, or dense; to compress or concentrate into a smaller compass; to consolidate; to abridge; to epitomize.
To reduce into another and denser form, as by cold or pressure; as, to condense gas into a liquid form, or steam into water.
To become more compact; to be reduced into a denser form.
Condensed; compact; dense.
To give off latent heat and change states from a gas to a liquid.
reduce from a gas or vapour to a liquid
the process where the water vapor from your breath meets cold and turns into tiny droplets of liquid which looks like white puff of steam
to change from a gas to liquid. In conventional condensing geothermal power plants, steam is vented from turbines into a condenser where cooled water is sprayed on the steam to condense it. The condensate can be recycled using a cooling tower to extract more heat. An equivalent system exists for binary power plants, but with the organic liquid being recycled in a closed loop.
() to change from gas or vapor into a liquid
undergo condensation; change from a gaseous to a liquid state and fall in drops; "water condenses"; "The acid distills at a specific temperature"
remove water from; "condense the milk"
cause a gas or vapor to change into a liquid; "The cold air condensed the steam"
become more compact or concentrated; "Her feelings condensed"
compress or concentrate; "Congress condensed the three-year plan into a six-month plan"
when a gas condenses, it turns into a liquid, usually as a result of cooling air.
to turn a gas into a liquid by cooling.
formation of water from water vapor due to lowering of ambient temperature
To change from a gas or vapour to a liquid, through cooling
to change from a gas to drops of liquid. Water-cooled geothermal power plants use cooling towers to cool the used steam and condense it back to water for injection back to the edge of the reservoir. In binary power plants, an organic liquid is first vaporized (with heat from geothermal water) to drive a turbine, then cooled and condensed back to a liquid and recycled again and again in a closed loop.
when the air is completely saturated with water vapour (100%RH), any further cooling of the air will cause the invisible water vapour to condense into visible moisture, as the air shrinks through cooling it can no longer hold this amount of water. This process of turning invisible water vapour into visible water droplets is called sublimation and through the principles of latent heat production, heat is released from the molecules to the surrounding area when this happens.
1. To reduce in volume or make more compact. 2. To change a gas into a liquid or solid.