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How does the dry cooler remove heat from the fluid?
A dry cooler removes heat from the fluid through a process known as air-to-fluid heat exchange. The dry cooler consists of a series of finned tubes or coils that are exposed to ambient air. The hot fluid from the immersion cooling system is pumped through the tubes or coils, and the ambient air flows over the fins, removing heat from the fluid.
As the hot fluid flows through the tubes or coils, it gives off heat to the metal. The fins on the tubes or coils increase the surface area of the metal, allowing more air to flow over it and dissipate heat more effectively. The ambient air flows over the fins and carries away the heat from the metal, reducing the temperature of the fluid.
The cooled fluid is then circulated back to the immersion cooling system to repeat the cooling cycle. The dry cooler itself does not require any additional cooling, as it relies on the ambient air to remove heat from the fluid.
Dry coolers are typically used in applications where water or other liquid coolants are not readily available, or where the use of liquid coolants is not practical. They are also commonly used in outdoor applications, as they do not require a water supply or other external cooling source.
Overall, dry coolers are an effective and efficient way to remove heat from fluids in immersion cooling systems, allowing them to operate more efficiently and effectively.
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