Sunday, December 2, 2012



 The Radiator of a car consists of metal grid and a system of water channels. The radiator dissipates heat produced by the engine to the environment. Heating of the engine indefinitely would damage the engine and stop it. A system of water pipes and channels in the engine keeps the engine cool because of circulating water. When water is heated up it circulates in the radiator where the extensive channel system, thin metal radiations and the fan cools down water by the air. Thus heat is dissipated in the environment. 

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