working fluid


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working fluid

n.
A working substance that is a fluid.
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In this study the working fluid was pumped more than 30 times to have a homogeneous solution in each case.
Mobin Arab and Ali Abbas [6] concluded that the water is the best working fluid when they investigated the effect of using many working fluids on the performance of a semi-dynamic model of a concentric (evacuated tube solar water heater (ETSWH) located in Sydney, Australia.
When a hotspot appears on the superhydrophilic surface saturated with water, it drives the working fluid to vaporise," Chen said.
Kim presents readers with a comprehensive guide to the creation of working fluid engines through the use of grids, particles, and a combination of the two, allowing researchers working with fluids to navigate complex fluid animation and development.
On the other hand, Ismail and Abogderah (1998) used heat pipes with methanol as the working fluid in the solar collectors.
It will integrate two systems: An approximately 50,700 kW flash steam generation system driven by steam under high pressure; plus an approximately 19,300 kW binary cycle power generation system that uses flash turbine exhaust steam to vaporize a working fluid with a lower boiling point and use it to drive a turbine.
The pump drives the working fluid to circulate through the loop and the evaporator utilizes the waste heat to vaporize the working fluid.
It will demonstrate the company's Allam Cycle technology, which utilises carbon dioxide as a working fluid to drive a combustion turbine, and is claimed to eliminate all atmospheric emissions without requiring expensive, efficiency-reducing carbon capture equipment, and ultimately produces pipeline-quality CO2 that can be sequestered or used in various industrial processes, including enhanced oil recovery.
Functional Fluids Market by Type (Process Oil, Hydraulic & Transmission Fluid, Metal Working Fluid, Heat Transfer Fluid, and Others) & by Application (Industrial, Construction, Transportation, and Others) - Global Trends and Forecast to 2020
Currently, the metal working fluid accounts for approximately 6% of global lubricant market.
To understand Wettstein's supercharge analysis, we first consider a closed cycle gas turbine where a working fluid (air, but it could be helium, etc.

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