1963-01-01

Oil Cooling - Its Effect on Engine Cooling Systems 630317

Selection of a water or air cooling medium for engine systems depends on the availability of the medium, the design of the engine, and the conditions under which the system operates. This article presents a number of cases for both water and air cooled systems, compares their characteristics, and describes the design approach toward each.

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