A new ductwork system for the air conditioning of a car has been designed by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The ductwork was developed by researchers at the University of New Mexico and the Massachusetts Advanced Computing Center (MITAC).
The ductworks are designed to provide cooling to the vehicle’s air conditioning system.
The researchers say that ductwork can be built to handle temperatures up to 3,000 degrees Celsius.
A typical car can only operate at temperatures between 1,000 and 1,400 degrees Celsius, which is not much of a range, according to the MITAC researchers.
The MITAC scientists said that the ductwork will help reduce the amount of energy needed for cooling.
They say the ductworks could be used for a range of applications, including improving the cooling performance of solar power plants and for reducing carbon emissions from power plants.