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  • n. Excessive cooling, especially the excessive cooling of an engine

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Examples

  • The fault presumably lay with building managers who made numerous small mistakes — overheating, overcooling, misusing timers, miscalibrating equipment.

    The Green Façade

  • If the interior of the car is 105 degrees, setting the A/C to 65 only subjects one to overcooling the car, a waste of energy.

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  • Fourth, until either the direct use of solar energy becomes a general convenience or controlled fusion is achieved, all waste of energy – by overheating, overcooling, overspeeding, overlighting, et cetera – should be carefully avoided, and if necessary, strictly regulated.

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  • They must learn how to control ventilation to avoid overheating during exercise, or overcooling during rest and to prevent the accumulation of ice.

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  • Thinking about energy use while buying devices, not leaving anything running in your absence, preferring food grown near you, not overcooling your place in summer or overheating it in winter, walking short distances and using a bike for medium ones etc.

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  • The Genome research project, described in "Wireless Sensor Network for Data Center Monitoring", uses heat distribution data from a wireless sensor network to optimize data center design and server provisioning in order to avoid overcooling the entire data center.

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  • As a result, data center managers can pinpoint energy inefficient servers to decommission; generate baseline and ongoing energy consumption reports by data center, rack or customer / department; track improvements from energy saving initiatives; and monitor temperature for identifying inefficient overcooling or dangerous hot spots.

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  • Moreover, food and drink processors should avoid the overheating or overcooling of products, continued Selman. water in a facility can also initiate further cost saving exercises, he argues.

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  • This avoids overcooling compartments that are near ideal temperature while not compromising the cooling demand of the warmer compartments.

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  • These include the creation of "virtual servers", the reduction of overcooling and the use of natural cooling.

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