When the ambient temperature is less than the chilled-water flow temperature, then it is possible to use "free cooling" as either pre-cooling or as a total cooling system (this is another reason to increase the flow temperatures; it makes free cooling applicable for longer periods of the year).
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Ambient Temperature
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- All That (Nickelodeon TV show)
- Allowance Type
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- Alpine Touring (skiing equipment)
- Alta Tensión (Spanish: High Voltage)
- Alternative Tentacles (record label)
- Altes Testament (German: Old Testament)
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Huntsman has launched XTA-801, a highly reactive fast cure cycloaliphatic amine used at low and ambient temperatures.
Master Bond's new EP44 two-component adhesive sets or gels in 3 min at ambient temperature and cures in a few hours at ambient temperature to develop high bond shear strength of more than 3150 psi.
A regulation stating in clear terms that the definitive ambient temperature shall be that indicated on the timing monitors alone.
The almonds were stored at ambient temperature for 60 minutes and exposed to dry heat at 250 F and 300 F in an isotemp oven.
Anesthesiologists Gian Paolo Volpato and Fumito Ichinose and their colleagues at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston recently confirmed the Seattle findings: Both heart rate and respiration rate in lab mice fell by more than half, and body temperature plunged to barely above ambient temperature when the animals were exposed to hydrogen sulfide.