1964-01-01

Dual-Circuit Ebullition Cooling for Automotive Engines 640452

This paper describes a successful application of the principle of ebullition cooling to automotive engines, through the development and use of a dual-circuit system.
The history and advantages of ebullition cooling are reviewed. The principles of the dual-circuit system are described, operating characteristics are discussed, and test results are reported.
The paper concludes that dual-circuit ebullition cooling is a significant contribution to the field of automotive engine cooling.

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