Condensing temperature

The condensing temperature is the temperature at which a cooling medium changes phases from a gas to a liquid.

The condensing temperature is the temperature at which a cooling medium changes phases from a gas to a liquid. When this phase change occurs, the cooling medium condenses. The temperature at which a cooling medium condenses is dependent on the type of coolant and the condensing pressure. 

The diagram shows the position of the condenser in a cooling system.




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