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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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where cm is the specific heat capacity of the cooling medium.
Germany and other nations then swiftly turned to isobutane to utilize it as cooling medium for CFC-free refrigerators.
After serving as the cooling medium for the chillers, the slightly warmer water is returned to Metro's pump station; it is mixed with the remainder of Metro's effluent stream and is sufficiently cooled in its trip through the pipeline, leaving no noticeable increase in temperature for water discharged into the bay.
Every extruded shape must be cooled to a temperature at which it will maintain its desired dimensions, using a cooling medium such as a gas, liquid, or contacting metal surface.
Determine the radiant system such as the pipe spacing and the covering type, and design heating and cooling medium differential temperature based on the maximum design heat flux and the maximum and minimum surface temperature from the field of characteristic curves.
The standard models in the GLAC-CD range operate with air-intake temperatures up to 46[degrees]C and can reduce the temperature of the cooling medium to -10[degrees]C.
For practical calculations of heat transmission between gas and cooling medium in the furnace coolant (FP, FM, FS), should be designate the amount of heat per unit surface area according to the formula (Michael & Howard, 2004) as the following:
A high-pressure pump uses sea water as a cooling medium for the internal fuel return.
The use of PAO as a cooling medium is popular for aerospace and military cooling applications due to its dielectric properties and wide operating temperature range.
In operation the product flows inside the tubular bundle while the heating or cooling medium flows around them with heat being transferred between the two.
Even more challenging is the need for new solutions that lower the thermal resistances between devices and the cooling medium.
Although it is not specifically designed for particulate removal, the cooling medium does remove airborne contaminants that are then washed away by the water.