adiabatic process

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Noun1.adiabatic process - (thermodynamics) any process that occurs without gain or loss of heat
thermodynamics - the branch of physics concerned with the conversion of different forms of energy
natural action, natural process, action, activity - a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); "the action of natural forces"; "volcanic activity"
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Additionally, the VEM supports an adaptive blindmate' cooling plant that allows for chilled water, direct expansion, or adiabatic cooling depending on the given location and climate.
The Hybrid Adiabatic Cooling System from AEC, New Berlin, Wis.
By "toasty" we mean perhaps -50 degrees C while the tropopause underneath is a frigid -80, which is a big difference considering things like potential temperature and adiabatic cooling.
The water spray provides an adiabatic cooling effect on the incoming airstream.
9[degrees]C) DB bin condition (3,516 hours/year) would use the heat recovery process as shown in Figure 4 without adiabatic cooling or humidification.
Global market trends show an increase in the use of new technologies leveraging evaporative and adiabatic cooling that use water to cool the surrounding air.
This technology is an adiabatic cooling system, which is able to fit the hotel's existing chillers.
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.

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