hyperbolic tower

hyperbolic tower
башенная градирня в виде гиперболоида

- градирня гиперболоидного профиля, определяемого необходимостью перемещения воздуха за счет естественной тяги. Может быть как противоточной, так и перекрестноточной - см. natural draft cooling tower.

- см. cooling tower.


English-Russian dictionary of terms for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and cooling air. 2013.

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