Water in vacuum as coolant in radiators: An unexplored concept
P. Durai Raj, S. Thamilarasu, K. Krishna das
Today in the field of automation, technical experts are researching on concepts that can increase the efficiency of the present existing systems. One such system is the radiator system. Today we are going to see a new concept in the radiator systems. In this system we are making use of the concept that water boils at 7.22 ˚C in vacuum at 0.147 pounds per square inch, absolute pressure. Using this phenomenon of boiling of water in vacuum we circulate it in the radiator and cool the engine using this cold water which becomes liquid on coming in contact with the engine which is hot enough.