Heat dissipation method of UNIT AIR COOLER The heat dissipation method refers to the main method for the device to dissipate heat. In thermodynamics, heat dissipation is heat transfer, and there are three methods of heat transfer: heat conduction, heat convection and heat radiation. Matter itself or when matter comes into contact with matter.
The transfer of energy is called heat conduction, which is a common method of heat transfer. Thermal convection refers to the method of heat transfer in which a moving fluid (gas or liquid) moves the heat away.
The most common in the UNIT AIR COOLER cooling system is the "forced heat convection" cooling method in which the cooling fan drives the gas activity. Thermal radiation refers to relying on ray radiation to transfer heat, and the daily common is solar radiation. These three heat dissipation methods are not isolated. In daily heat transfer, these three heat dissipation methods are generated together and work together.
In fact, no matter what type of UNIT AIR COOLER, the above three heat transfer methods are basically used together, but the emphasis is different.