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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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This gives you the overall heat-transfer coefficient, which is the heat transfer between the polymer and the cooling medium.
m] is the thermal conductivity of the cooling medium.
Germany and other nations then swiftly turned to isobutane to utilize it as cooling medium for CFC-free refrigerators.
The rate must be sufficient, regardless of the cooling medium, to ensure the properties desired.
At the bottom of the chambers are perforated plates through which the heating or cooling medium enters.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio's Data Centers team said: "Data center cooling solutions generally make use of air or water as a cooling medium.
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They're stylish, lightweight and easily portable; and work by passing warm air over a wet honeycomb cooling medium, which absorbs heat to cool and humidify the air.
The second major concern has been wear on the rotary union that distributes air, hydraulic fluid, and cooling medium at two different temperatures.
Transformer oil is a dielectric fluid mainly used in oil filled electrical transformers as an insulating and cooling medium.
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.
Future CPUs may have even more cores and power will likely increase from today's typical 100W to over 150W, and as GPUs (graphical processor units), which are increasingly used in high performance applications, are approaching 300W, air may not continue to be a suitable cooling medium.