intercooler

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in·ter·cool·er

 (ĭn′tər-ko͞o′lər)
n.
A device for cooling a fluid between successive heating stages.

in′ter·cool′ v.

intercooler

(ˌɪntəˈkuːlə)
n
(General Engineering) a heat exchanger used in a supercharger or turbocharger
Translations
vahejahuti
échangeur thermique intermédiaire
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The total output of the zone aftercooler is approx.
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The 2nd stage aftercooler and 1st stage condenser are not explicitly modeled, rather they are assumed to be sufficiently large such that the fluid exiting the compressors is cooled to ambient temperature [T.