evaporative

ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to or causing or being caused by evaporation
    an evaporative cooler
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How To Use evaporative In A Sentence

  • Because nectar-feeding birds are small and maintain high metabolic rates, their rates of evaporative water loss are high even at modest ambient temperatures.
  • Coconut oil has high flash point, viscosity index, lubricity, evaporative loss and oxidative and thermal stability.
  • From an experimental viewpoint a study has been performed of evaporative coolers cooling of compressor air.
  • Rounding out this system are six ice water chillers and 15 evaporative condensers.
  • For an acute burn which will be referred to a burn centre, cling film is an ideal dressing as it protects the wound, reduces heat and evaporative losses, and does not alter the wound appearance.
  • In my technical opinion, that is a less environmentally damaging way to provide cooling to a Rankine Cycle heat engine (aka steam plant) than using the most common form of cooling towers, which are known as evaporative cooling towers. Atomic Insights Blog
  • Combining with both the domestic and foreign standards, the Cooling Capacity Rating Parameters and Its Measurement Methods for Evaporative Air Coolers Were Analyzed and Discussed.
  • Rounding out this system are six ice water chillers and 15 evaporative condensers.
  • Subsequently, the dome is now moister and ready for the following day of evaporative cooling. The cupola: Spain's gift to Mexico's colonial architecture
  • There has been talk of evaporative heat and irradiation, but I I doubt New Zealand would accept irradiated fruit.
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