Adapted to cool and refresh; allaying heat.
The lowering of the temperature in any part of the temperature scale.
Heat removal from electronic devices.
Cooling systems normally involve evaporating water to lower the temperature of the pigs. Generally used only for the breeding-gestation herd. Cooling also takes place by air movement in hot weather.
the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature
By analogy with the kinetic theory of gases where heat is equivalent to disorder, the term "cooling" designates the reduction of the beam's transverse dimensions and energy spread. Different techniques can be used to this effect. Electron cooling, more effective at low energy, uses an electron beam merged with the antiproton beam, and acts as a heat exchanger between the two beams. In the case of stochastic cooling, an error signal generated in a monitor is fed back, via a corrector, to the beam sample which created it, eventually centering the sample's characteristics towards the average value, after a large number of passages through the apparatus.
When a power supply is heated through regulation, rectification or transformation, it is necessary to cool the device. Common cooling agents include liquids, convection or forced air.
a process of which there are many to remove either sensible or latent heat, or both, which is then referred to as total heat
The wort is cooled to the desired temperature for starting fermentation in a holding tank or whirlpool.
Removal of heat, which, in a power supply, is generated by transformation, rectification, regulation, and filtering. It can be accomplished using radiation, convection, forced air, or liquid means.
The process of removing heat dissipated by a power supply during transformation and regulation.
reduces sensation of heat
Various methods such as water lines, refrigerated lines, heat sinks and copper inserts are used to keep the mold at optimal running temperatures which results in better parts and faster cycle times.
The removal of heat in a power supply by convection, forced air, radiation or liquid. Heat comes from regulation, transformation, filtering and rectification.
The reduction of heat as the result of the quenching action or heat absorption by the extinguishing agent.