total heat


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(thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity equal to the internal energy of a system plus the product of its volume and pressure

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A novel flue gas total heat recovery system combining liquid desiccant dehumidification with direct contact condensation is shown as Figure 1.
coefficient of total heat loss (H) of heated space is the sum of the coefficient of transmission heat loss (HT) and coefficient of heat losses due to ventilation (HV).
Zhang (South China University of Technology) introduces the systems and processes used for total heat recovery, with special focus on energy wheels and membrane-based total heat exchangers.
Calculated annually by EIA by dividing the total heat content of natural gas consumed by the electric power sector by the total quantity received by the electric power sector.
As a standard, the total heat release in the fixed testing time is 8 MJ/[m.sup.2] or less.
The total heat demand for the plant is lowered up to 17% when using the heat made available in the evaporation plant to replace live steam.
The Thermal Division, of Theta House, Doman Road, Camberley, Surrey, tel:0127 641 3632, tell us this unit comes in three sizes, with total heat transfer surface areas ranging from 0.279 to 0.836sq m.
Walls account for up to half the total heat loss in an uninsulated building.
It is a volume of extraordinarily thin gas, where the individual atoms have a great deal of heat individually (hence the temperature), but where there are so few atoms that the total heat over the entire corona is not as great as the temperature indicates-by far.
To obtain total heat transmission through a building's shell, this calculation is made for each external surface.
According to EN 1264-5, the total heat transfer coefficient htot can be used as 10.8 W/[m.sup.2] x K (1.9 Btu/ h x [ft.sup.2] x [degrees]F) for floor heating and ceiling cooling, 6.5 W/[m.sup.2]K (1.44 Btu/h x [ft.sup.2] x [degrees]F) for floor cooling and ceiling heating, and 8 W/[m.sup.2]K (1.41 Btu/h x [ft.sup.2] x [degrees]F) for wall heating or cooling (EN 1264-5 2008).
The polysulfone is transparent and has a total heat release of less than 65 kWmin/[m.sup.2] and peak heat release of 65 kW/[m.sup.2].
The longer Konos has more output because it provides more frictional heating--70% of total heat input at the warranted output rate.
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