Correction to Applications article from November 2010 issue of HPC.

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The “Applications” article in the November 2010 issue of HPC (p. 42) reviewed results of a mold heating study by Westminster Solutions Inc. (Plainfield, Conn.) that compared oil- and pressurized water-enabled provide mold heating/cooling functions. The article erroneously states that “the specific heat of water is much lower than that of oil.” The article instead should have emphasized water’s higher thermal conductivity compared to oil’s. Please visit to read the corrected version. HPC regrets the error.