DESIGNING THOUGHT 3 – COOLING GASES OR FLUIDS
A spray of coolant can be utilized to cool a gas. By and large the gas will be moving – for instance, the cooling of a gas steam to ensure gear further down line simultaneously. A gas stream can be cooled straightforwardly or in a roundabout way by cooling the line through which it flows. On account of direct cooling, where the coolant is sprayed into the gas, one tends to consider whether the gas is dissolvable in the coolant. If the gas is insoluble or if solvency doesn’t make any difference, at that point direct cooling can be securely utilized.