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  • Cleaning of Cooling System Pipes (.pdf)
    Many heat exchange systems use raw water from neighbouring rives and lakes as a coolant. The advantages of this free and abundant eco-friendly method are obvious, but there can also be inconvenient downsides.
  • When Is the Ambient Temperature Too Hot to Rely on Air to Air Heat Exchangers for Enclosure Cooling?
    When you are looking for an efficient method for enclosure cooling, a heat exchanger is a good solution for a few different reasons. Not only is a heat exchanger energy efficient, but it allows you to maintain a completely closed loop enclosure cooling solution. The way a heat exchanger operates
  • Thermography of Microsystems
    The development and optimization of microsystems, such as microreactors, micro heat exchange systems, microactuators, microsensors, and others, often require the knowledge of the temperature distribution within the microsystem. This paper deals with the application of thermography in the 3.5 - 5.5
  • Pressure Drop Requirements for Plate HEs Technical Article
    Plate heat exchangers (PHE) contribute to considerable energy savings both upstream and downstream in many different hydrocarbon processes, but whatever the application, there is one characteristic they nearly all share. Any technical meeting between a process engineer and a heat exchange design
  • BVTS thermostatic valve - the perfect choice with alternative fuels
    Firstly, it protects boilers against overheating by preventing water reaching boiling point. If the water temperature rises too high, the valve opens and allows cold water to flow through the heat exchange system, lowering the temperature quickly and efficiently. Its second application
  • Using the KD2 Pro and KD2 to Measure Thermal Conductivity of Fluids (.pdf)
    measurement of thermal properties in fluids requires that convective heat exchange be negligible.
  • Data center climate control: An air-to-water exchange provides cooling efficiencies
    Data Centers are the heart of today's IT environment in nearly all medium-sized and large companies. And, as demand for more computing power increases, so does the number of components involved. Increased component density leads to increased heat and increased concern for cooling at the individual
  • Oliver Gear, Inc. (Buffalo, NY), Flame-Hardens the Flanks Gear Hub
    . The flame-hardening system supplied by FTSI consists of two water-quench brass flame heads; controls for oxygen/fuel rates, flame temperatures and heating times; a water-cooled heating torch mounted on a scanner mechanism; a quench collection tank with pumps and turntable; and a heat exchange assembly

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