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To determine the air infiltration rate for the active ventilation configuration, the vehicle cabin model infiltration rate was adjusted to match the cabin air temperature reduction obtained experimentally.
This could be attributed to the addition of PCMs which released a certain amount of latent heat during the temperature reduction. More latent heat would be released with more PCMs were included.
Surface temperature reduction by applying wood pavement (Scenario 1) can be up to 6[degrees]C.
The low temperature reduction peak below 250[degrees]C (Mn[O.sub.2] to [Mn.sub.2][O.sub.3]), medium temperature reduction peak around 300[degrees]C ([Mn.sub.2][O.sub.3] to [Mn.sub.3][O.sub.4]), and a high temperature reduction peak between 350 and 450[degrees]C are observed ([Mn.sub.3][O.sub.4] to MnO) [38, 39].
Temperature differences were calculated and the percent of the temperature reduction was calculated.
For example, recent gains in fuel efficiency are translating into substantial exhaust temperature reductions, and future fuel efficiency improvements are underway, which are expected to translate into additional exhaust temperature reduction [4].
When the inlet coolant temperatures are 95[degrees] and 90[degrees], respectively, the temperature reduction measured at the outlet changes with fan speed in a nonlinear manner, which is consistent with the theoretically predicted trends in Figure 2.
* Lowering greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 5.5 percent from 2013 levels while enhancing resilience to climate change through temperature reduction;
However, when comparing the grain mass temperature at different depths, the variance analysis revealed temperature reduction in the upper part of the warehouse with curved vents only.
3 shows low temperature profiles at 224-350 degC, a medium temperature reduction profile in the temperature range 355-470 degC and a broad high temperature reduction profile in the temperature range 470-910 degC.
The problems associated with venting liquid C[O.sub.2] to atmospheric pressure apply equally to any unintended leaks of C[O.sub.2]; for example, a small leak of liquid C[O.sub.2] across the primary seal would cause temperature reduction which could further affect the integrity of the elastomeric seal and the steel components which support it.
If this happens, it would mark the largest temperature reduction ever achieved through a single agreement.
In a direct comparison between the two concepts, a temperature reduction at the bowl rim by up to 70K could be achieved (see figure 2).
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