Outlet Gas Temperature - How is Outlet Gas Temperature abbreviated?
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The resulting outlet gas temperature in the EGR cooler was 90 [degrees]C at every operating condition while it varied in the charge air cooler and increased with load.
High Charge Air and EGR Cooler Outlet Gas Temperatures
The charge air and EGR cooler outlet gas temperatures were very low in the experiments, 18 and 23 [degrees]C respectively.
This type of control is, at best, only roughly proportional to the outlet gas temperature.
By measuring the outlet gas temperature alter the gas pressure cut, a more precise control of the heat required can be attained.
Such values of outlet gas temperatures
are maintained due to low intensity of heat exchange in boiler back-end surfaces due to a small value of the driving force of heat exchange processes--the temperature differences between the heating and the heated heat transfer agents.