Which Factor Is Important In Making It Possible To Cool Yourself By Sweating??

Yes, this cooling mechanism is important in the process of sweating. Sweat does not evaporate at body temperature because water is a poor solvent for it. On the other hand, sweat has high viscosity and hence it forms stable drops that are hard to get into contact with air.

There are always two kinds of heat transfer mechanisms available to heat transfer engineers: latent heat exchange (heat retention) and sensible heat exchange (heat removal). The two mechanisms are complementary to each other but they operate mostly independently from each other. For example, you can have both latent/sensible transfers working together simultaneously or one after another during an exercise session if you want – but no matter what combination we use, all will be compensated by the law of conservation of energy so there’s nothing wrong in doing so…

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