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In this kind of experimental environment the temperature reduction ability of PCDs can be measured with higher level of accuracy.
After performing heat build-up tests over coated aluminum panels (modified version of ASTM D4803), a direct and linear relationship between reflectivity and temperature reduction (resulting from the difference in heat buildup values between white coated panel and a non-coated panel) of waterproof coatings was found (Figure 2).
The temperature reduction of approximately 3[degrees]C (5.
Equation 2 was used to predict the isolated effect of surface emissivity on the steady state temperature reduction [T.
The most economical way to heat your house (assuming your heating is thermostatically controlled) is to leave the heating on all the time with a four degree temperature reduction at night or when out at work.
94 m2-K/W) insulation the average temperature reduction was 9[degrees]F (5[degrees]C).
As part of an in-plant assessment, technology experts may be able to identify process steps where one might not conventionally seek a temperature reduction.
The overall impact of temperature reduction was calculated at about 2.
Cerebral metabolic rate and oxygen consumption decrease by 5% to 10% for each degree Celsius of body temperature reduction with cooling (Polderman, 2009; Yenari et al.
The temperature reduction made it possible for the systems to operate at the designed performance levels, and keep the manufacturer's development costs in check since no architecture changes or fan additions were necessary.
The rapid temperature reduction enhances food safety, increases storage life and improves production efficiency.
The results show that the environmental impact caused by enzyme production is generally quite small compared to the environmental impact savings obtained by the wash temperature reduction and the reduced use of surfactants.
The forum's Temperature Reduction Working Group evaluated technologies that save energy, reduce carbon dioxide production, and lower emissions by targeting temperature reductions of Gussasphalt (an asphalt rich in bitumen and limestone), which was traditionally produced at temperatures greater than 450 [degrees]F (232 [degrees]C)--a temperature much higher than those used in the United States for HMA.
The most efficient case is considered 50% of additional power of the heating system and 144 h time constant value of building, when 12 h at night and 48 h at weekend temperature reduction periods are applied for office buildings.
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