adiabatic process

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(thermodynamics) any process that occurs without gain or loss of heat

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In the Hybrid Adiabatic Cooling System, the basin--and the potential for harmful bacteria growth and contamination--is eliminated.
* Adiabatic cooling - As mentioned before, this function only activates in hot weather as needed to meet cooling needs.
Leading the adoption of sustainable certification was Jumeirah Emirates Tower, which carried out many technical innovations including the installation of an adiabatic cooling system to reduce energy usage.
Conair's EarthSmart Adiabatic Cooling Towers reduce water and energy consumption, the company says, while maintaining stable exit-fluid temperatures, even in hot weather.
T Hosker, two adiabatic cooling units with close |boarded fence around compound, University of Huddersfield, Queensgate.
The water on the mesh provides an adiabatic cooling effect on the incoming air, reducing the temperature before it has even reached your heat rejection coil and reducing power consumption by as much as 30-40%.
"This solution not only maximises energy efficiency for the hydraulic cooling system, but also allows NBM to take advantage of the adiabatic cooling system during low ambient conditions to further energy savings," explained Hallett.
Richard Metcalfe, sales director at ICS Industrial Cooling provided one of the country's leading plastics bearing manufacturers with an Adiabatic Cooling solution, explaining: "Adiabatic Coolers were an easy choice for their company.
For restaurants, halls and offices you can get ETA PAC; an air handling unit with adiabatic cooling. For the swimming pool, purchase ETA POOL WR and PT, which is a dehumidifier with electronic control and 2-stage heat recovery.
Trane, the HVAC subsidiary of Ingersoll Rand, has announced the introduction of its Adiabatic Cooling system that improves the reliability and efficiency of its air-cooled systems operating in adverse conditions.
Temperature of the surrounding air and produce can be reduced by forced air-cooling, hydro cooling, vacuum cooling, ice cooling, and adiabatic cooling [8].
Engineers are also considering complementary techniques such as adiabatic cooling and borehole technology to improve conditions below ground.
Working closely with environmental engineers, Arup New York, it settled on a passive climate controlled system known as adiabatic cooling, which takes advantage of the hot arid climate.
The principal result of an electrical discharge crippling Earth's magnetic field would be a profound adiabatic cooling, so intense that we're still seeing the residual effects today.
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