Water Cooling Wattage Calculator

A simple online Water Cooling Wattage Calculator helps you to calculate the rate at which the given volume of water is being cooled from a given temperature. This water cooling energy rate can be measured as energy rate in watts. The rate of cooling of water is proportional to the temperature difference between the liquid and its surroundings. Usually, water has a density of about 3.98°C. Water cools below this Celsius and decreases its density.

Water Cooling Energy Calculation

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A simple online Water Cooling Wattage Calculator helps you to calculate the rate at which the given volume of water is being cooled from a given temperature. This water cooling energy rate can be measured as energy rate in watts. The rate of cooling of water is proportional to the temperature difference between the liquid and its surroundings. Usually, water has a density of about 3.98°C. Water cools below this Celsius and decreases its density.

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Formula:

P = Cp x M x dT Where, P = Energy rate of removal measured in kilowatt Cp = specific heat capacity of water (4200 J/kg/K) M = the volume of coolant water dT = the temperature rise in the water

Example:

A cold water has a volume of 25 L/sec and temperature as 15°C. Find the water cooling wattage.

Solution

P = Cp x M x dT
Water Cooling Energy rate = 4200 x 25 x 15
= 1575000 watt

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