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Old 03-18-2014, 07:01 AM   #43
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O.N. That really makes a lot of good sense. I am going to ask him to put the hx into the loop all the time.
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Old 03-18-2014, 07:51 AM   #44
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Of course it still has to obey the basic laws of thermodynamics. You are just moving the heat from one place to another. You are not just getting rid of it. And with the superchiller you know where the heat goes, don't you? It goes to the AC condenser in front of the radiator making it harder to keep the engine cool.
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Old 03-18-2014, 08:13 AM   #45
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Z06bryan, do you think it would be better to cycle all the water from the Hx through the chiller all the time?. or have a control valve (as it already is designed to function with) that cuts the hx out of the loop and runs only on the chiller, then when it goes to wot the chiller is cut out of the loop and runs only off of the Hx?.
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Old 03-18-2014, 08:23 AM   #46
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Of course it still has to obey the basic laws of thermodynamics. You are just moving the heat from one place to another. You are not just getting rid of it. And with the superchiller you know where the heat goes, don't you? It goes to the AC condenser in front of the radiator making it harder to keep the engine cool.
It doesnt seem to effect engine temps in all video logs i have seen + if you ran it throught the heat exchanger as i suggested then that air passing through will also be moving colder through the condersor and engine radiator as the air is chilled from the heat exchanger being colder.

So if anything engine temps will either be stable or lower the way i said to run it through the HX
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It doesnt seem to effect engine temps in all video logs i have seen + if you ran it throught the heat exchanger as i suggested then that air passing through will also be moving colder through the condersor and engine radiator as the air is chilled from the heat exchanger being colder.

So if anything engine temps will either be stable or lower the way i said to run it through the HX

Running AC always runs temperature up. Never will it make the engine run cooler.
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