LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||06/SET/2010 9:24 PM|
|Assunto:||cooled / chiller|
Hmm, to me "cooled water" perhaps is slightly less cold than the "chilled" one.
Hard to say, without context. However, "cooled" and "chilled" are synonymous in the, say, everyday conversation.
But, perhaps you may confusing the "chilled water cooling system" (the ones used today with internal "split conditioners" and that "sort of fan" that lay outside buildings and houses (please crawl into Google and search for "chilled water cooling")
Chilled water cooling is quite different from the typical freon-based residential air conditioner. In a conventional home air conditioner, refrigerant is circulated through a furnace with an evaporator coil or a coil equipped air handler to remove heat from the indoor air. The refrigeration lines connect the outdoor unit to the indoor unit, and the refrigerant (freon) makes the full loop between the two components.
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