Acta of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent


It is difficult to imagine modern vehicles without a cooling system. The cooling system is based on the radiator. Scientists have done various researches to improve radiator efficiency and these are still ongoing. This paper shows both theoretical and experimental methods for determining the effectiveness of radiator.

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