design heating load

design heating load

[di′zīn ′hēd·iŋ ‚lōd]
(engineering)
The space heating needs of a building or an enclosed area expressed in terms of the probable maximum requirement.
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These systems were designed to meet the design heating load using 140[degrees]F (60[degrees]C) supply water at 1.
For modulating, condensing boilers, design the system to meet the design heating load such that the return temperature does not exceed 130[degrees]F (54[degrees]C).
The fluid temperature drop across the heat pump at the design heating load is 5[degrees]C (9[degrees]F).
The total annual design heating loads are larger than the cooling loads by about 10%.
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