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Evaporative cooling: continuation of the Cold-Snap project at Harvard University

Tests show that Cold-Snap evaporative cooling technology would be effective in humid climates, while limiting water consumption.

A team from Harvard has been working for several years on a technology called Cold-Snap (short for Cold Superhydrophobic Nano-Architectured Process).
This technology was featured in an IIR news item in 2020*.
Most evaporative cooling technologies only work well in hot, dry climates becaus...

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