Some articles on cooling system, systems, cooling, cooling systems, system:
... Water cycled through the Stella stations' systems was taken from the River Tyne after use it was cooled before being discharged back into the river ... The North station's water cooling system consisted of four large 60-cubic-metre (2,100 cu ft) natural draft cooling tower units, 73 m (240 ft) tall and made of reinforced concrete ... The South station used a syphon cooling system instead of cooling towers, consisting of five 300-cubic-metre (11,000 cu ft) units, made up of five underground pipes, each 2.1 ...
... running temperature by electronic control of the cooling system Stratified Charge combustion Lean burn combustion HCCI (Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition) combustion ... increase the thermal efficiency of the cooling system Increasing the number of gearbox ratios in manual gearboxes (to lower the engine rpm at cruise) Reducing the volume of water-based cooling systems so ...
... The emergency cooling of the nucleus is entrusted to three independent systems ... in case of leaks any size in the coolant system ... By loss of cooling agent in the drywell, the excessive steam will spread into a torus-shaped pressure-suppression pool, where it will condense decreasing the pressure ...
... In addition to liquid cooling, the ZX-10R engine features an oil cooler adjacent to the oil filter to reduce oil temperatures ...
... a rough engine), to exhaust gases being forced into the cooling system, leading to the engine overheating and increased engine wear due to the motor oil being mixed with antifreeze ... gauge, or better, a leak-down test, and/or noting any indication of combustion gases in the cooling system on a water-cooled engine ... gases in the expansion tank of the cooling system can also be signs of head gasket problems ...
More definitions of "cooling system":
- (noun): Equipment in a motor vehicle that cools the engine.
Synonyms: engine cooling system
Famous quotes containing the words system and/or cooling:
“The genius of any slave system is found in the dynamics which isolate slaves from each other, obscure the reality of a common condition, and make united rebellion against the oppressor inconceivable.”
—Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946)
“So God stepped over to the edge of the world
And He spat out the seven seas;
He batted His eyes, and the lightnings flashed;
He clapped His hands, and the thunders rolled;
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—James Weldon Johnson (18711938)