Why is this water leaking from an AMSOIL cooler?
A leaked AMSOil cooler may be responsible for an unusual leak of coolant in the Pacific Northwest, according to a study from researchers at Oregon State University.
The leak happened in November, and the researchers have now identified the water source for the water that was leaked, said David Meehan, an associate professor in OSU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and director of the Pacific Southwest Water and Wastewater Laboratory.
They have since been monitoring the leak, but haven’t determined the source of the water.
The study, which was published in the journal Science Advances, was prompted by a problem with an AMSA cooler that was found leaking in February.
A cooler with water in it leaked, but researchers have yet to determine the source.
The water leaked from a cooler in the northwest of Oregon, near the town of Waunakee.
The water was about 10 inches (30 centimeters) deep.
Meehan said he and his colleagues were working on a prototype of a coolant system that would prevent the coolant from leaking during drilling.
After a few weeks, the coolants cooling system leaked, Meehans researchers said.
They then spent about a month inspecting the cooler, and were able to determine that the water was from the same coolant that was leaking.
The team has since found that the coolers reservoir system is made up of a series of tubes, which connect a large tank to the cooling system, which contains about 1,000 to 1,500 gallons of coolants.
Meeshan said that he doesn’t think the water leaks could have been caused by any single problem with the system.
“It seems likely that it would have happened to any of the cooling systems in the system,” he said.
“I don’t think it’s a system failure.”
Meehan and his team have been working to determine what is causing the water to leak, and are hoping to identify a leak that would have affected many other AMSA coolant systems.
He said that the researchers also hope to identify where the water comes from.