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coolant (kōō´lənt),

n air or liquid directed onto a tooth, tissue, or restoration to neutralize the heating effect of a rotary instrument.

coolant

a substance used to cool a system to below a specified level by conducting heat generated by the system away from it.
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When the circulating cooling system was in operation, the cooling fluid flowed into the cooling trough A on the left side from the position of the spindle to the position of the motor along the negative Y-direction, and the length of this section was 380 mm.
This problem explains the excessive temperature of the cooling fluid (over 65[degrees]C) and the low efficiency of the cooling in the process.
Simultaneously, ultrasonication of cooling fluid, considered incompressible, determine a degree of stress relieving, even during the quenching, as confirmed by experimental measurements, but also the influence in time of subsequent measurements on dimensional stability.
AdvarienCu can be fused at an atomic level to a base plate, which coupled with its unprecedented surface area, ensures ground-breaking levels of heat transfer between device and cooling fluid.
This cooling fluid can be air, water, or some other medium.
Each constituent of the system offers some resistance to the flow of cooling fluid.
With a district cooling network, at least 20% is gained in energy terms, 30% in cooling fluid (which damages the ozone layer) and almost 30% in carbon dioxide emissions.
Workers drain cooling fluid and oil from the motors, then ship the crushed metal carcasses to recyclers.
Brod also used an oil and cooling fluid series, a plastic and glue series, a rubber additive series, and a corticosteroid series.
Other possible future innovations to be pursued by the center include a variety of new types of cooling devices, tiny pumps to circulate cooling fluid and methods for harnessing heat produced by chips to generate electricity.
Nothing so dramatic occurs in today's nuclear reactors built for power generation, although water also serves as a cooling fluid in them.
The Magnom filter, distributed by Fluid Conditioning Systems, was designed for Formula One racing, as well as other applications where ferrous material from build or wear processes is likely to contaminate the lubricating or cooling fluid.