Automotive radiators are heat exchangers used to keep internal combustion engines operating at a safe and efficient temperature. Heat from the combustion process passes via coolant into the radiator inlet tank and flows through the tubes of the radiator core. The heat contained within the coolant is dissipated in stages, first through the thin walls of the radiator tubes, then into the cooling fins and finally into the surrounding air.

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