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To cause or undergo evaporation.
Synonym(s): volatilize


To cause or undergo evaporation.


(i-vap″ŏ-rā′shŏn) [L. evaporare, to disperse in steam]
1. Change from liquid to vapor.
2. Loss in volume due to conversion of a liquid into a vapor.
evaporate (i-vap′ŏ-rāt″) evaporative (i-vap′ŏ-rāt″iv)
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Water Retention Tests (Mathur, 2016) were conducted for the evaporators recovered from the field from both humid and arid regions.
For example, systems with multiple compressors or evaporators connected in series could be investigated, determining the algorithm's performance and any changes in implementation that are required.
"Using natural wood as the only starting material, the salt-rejecting solar evaporator is expected to be low-cost," added research associate Chaoji Chen.
"How many evaporators should we use to meet the loads in the different spaces?" asks Dodge.
As seen from Figure 4, the ECS splits the evaporator into two; an upwind evaporator and a down-wind evaporator.
To do this, the valves at the inlet to the evaporators are closed immediately when the compressor is cycled off, and the refrigerant flow is monitored to ensure there is no flow into the heat exchangers.
Multiple evaporators from different OEMs were recovered from vehicles from Calsonic Kansei North America (CKNA) pool vehicles.
Organomation is well known for their lines of nitrogen evaporators, solvent evaporators and solvent extraction instruments.
The evaporators and air-cooled condensers incorporate EC fans with integral variable speed drives.
Compensation of flow maldistribution in fin-and-tube evaporators for residential air-conditioning.
If the evaporator is in the same place as the people being cooled, then the system is described as direct: a leak from the refrigeration circuit would expose occupants to refrigerant gas.