Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cooled by contact with circulating water. Gas-engine cylinders are frequently water-cooled. Main bearings and cross-head guides of marine, engines are usually water-cooled by having water circulated through holes in the metal which surrounds the bearing.
- adj. kept cool or designed to be kept cool by means of water especially circulating water
“The way I remember the years is: first came the heavy water-cooled tripod mounted machine-gun (1917), then came the BAR (1918), then came the light air-cooled tripod mounted machine-gun (1919).”
“Air rises from ground level after passing over an artificial pond and draws the water-cooled air through the house.”
“Specifications: Model C-six; engine six-cylinder in-line, water-cooled; bore 4 9/16 in., stroke 5-1/2 in., displacement 495 cu. in., 48 hp. Price new $4,500.”
“You could build a solid water-cooled Core i7 system for under $2500, and probably out-benchmark most of the systems from any computer manufacturer for the same price.”
“(Full disclosure: This was not a formal test, just a couple of editors and Gabe Shenhar, an engineer from our test track, taking a brief cruise.) Harley-Davidson was kind enough to provide a new Night Rod Special, a 1250cc, water-cooled, twin-cylinder model that checks in at a hefty 676 pounds when loaded up with fuel and ready for a rider.”
“This is the first 911 to have a water-cooled engine, as opposed to the time-honored air-cooled design.”
“Another plus: Large supplies of depleted uranium are available as a byproduct of today's water-cooled reactors.”
“ENN covers a rather exciting innovation: water-cooled computers that can double as heaters.”
“Imagine the smell of a dentist drilling into your teeth magnified a thousand times or more as ivory was fed into cutting machines that had to be water-cooled.”
“A 100hp, eight-cylinder water-cooled engine delivers a top speed of 76.5 mph; maximum range: 288 miles at 60 mph.”
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