coolth


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coolth

Coolness, as in temperature. Modeled on "warmth." I can't deal with this coolth—I'm ready for summer!

coolth

mod. coolness. (Old. The mate to warmth.) Close the door! You’re letting all the coolth out of the fridge.
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PCMs offer high storage density; that is, even small temperature changes support storage of great amounts of heat or "coolth." Increasing the thermal storage capacity of a building also leads to better thermal comfort by keeping the indoor air temperature closer to the desired temperature for a longer period of time.
At his residence that hums with sophisticated futuristic coolth, Sharma settles for a conversation and lets us in on his well-rounded perspective.
Others raise the problem of coolth. Coolth, they say, and this is reflected in the OED entry for the word, is reinvented from time to time by individual speakers, perhaps by analogy with warmth.
According to the OED, coolth is first attested in the sixteenth century, at a period when the suffix -th was uncontroversially productive.
Turbomiser was rewarded due to the innovative development concept of saving energy by storing the coolth, or the heat, for future use.
"We've got 14,000 tonnes of coolth coming in from Tabreed.
All these enable electrical energy to be stored as thermal energy and a delay in its use created, IE store the heat and or coolth and then discharge it lateral a different rate.
Improving and extending the comfort range by night flushing the building to store "coolth" in the wall and floor slabs, and depressing the mean radiant temperature has been initially an untested experiment.
The elevated forms also assist with a geothermal cooled waterscape that includes cooling lakes that create a microclimate in the shadows of the structure, recycling grey water to radiate and reflect coolth on the coloured aluminium soffits above.
As well as requiring less ventilation, it requires less 'coolth' from the refrigeration system.
Ladies turned up in outfits that had a smattering of red, white or blue, or cowgirl denims and hats, or any sort of western attire that encapsulated the quintessential Americana coolth. All the ladies could be seen wearing red, white and blue plastic garlands, through the morning full of festivities as the American members of ILPG and AWAQ had arranged everything from a group of beauty and health experts who let ladies in on how to glam it up to the choicest assortment of American food.
Thus thermal energy, 'heat and coolth' is now gaining currency because of the growing awareness of its potential to store electrical energy, providing flexibility and adding efficiency as well as resilience.
A great deal of this research has been with phase change materials [k] such as molten salt, fatty acids and liquid sodium for the storage of heat and historically with water and ice for the storage of heat and coolth.
In summer, night purging charges the ventilation circuit with coolth to temper incoming air, while exposed soffits are chilled to absorb surplus heat gains.