As aircraft burn large quantities of fuel during flight, the engines generate an intense amount of heat that spreads to the surrounding components. While half of this heat is flushed out as exhaust, the other half remains absorbed by the engine, posing a problem that could lead to damage of parts or even failure of the system as a whole. To mitigate this issue, aircraft utilize lubricant cooling systems to reduce the heat of the engine and its surrounding parts.


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Operating an aircraft’s engine at excessively high temperatures is dangerous. Outside of the correct temperature range, an engine can lose power and suffer damage such as scoring on the cylinder walls and burning or warping in the valves. Therefore, maintaining optimal temperatures is a central part of ensuring healthy engine operations in an aircraft.


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