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A radiator exchanges heat generated from the engine with coolant. In general, 30% of total energy input into engine is used up for power and 60% is released to exhaust and radiator (50:50). The rest 10% is absorbed by the automobile. Therefore, a radiator has capacity to handle 30% of total energy consumption. However, as actual load on a radiator depends on the engine type, car weight and service environment. The capacity of a radiator is decided through real car test (wind tunnel test, road test) when a new car is developed.
● lightweight & slim due to a compact design
● Enhanced coolant & air pressure drop through CFD analysis and design
● Maximized heat rejection per unit area due to optimum design
● Enhanced durability & reliability with advanced materials
Principle Heat generated engine combustion is transferred to coolant surrounding the engine, and subsequently, high temp coolant flows into a radiator located at the front of an automobile. While high temp coolant flows through tubes of a radiator, it exchanges heat with surrounding air. In this process, high temp coolant dissipates heat to become low temp coolant. This low temp coolant enables the engine to run at appropriate temperature as it flows into and cool down the engine continuously.