heat load

heat load, heating load

The total heat per unit time that must be supplied in order to maintain a specified temperature in any space, building, or group of buildings.

heat load

The amount of heat that must be taken away or added into the cabin to maintain its temperature.
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Measurement of dryer surface temperature response to changes in pressure, heat load, or speed.
The most recent improvements include controls to monitor and regulate heat load, moisture content and material volume for precise management of the heat transfer process.
A chiller's heat load and coolant also vary depending on the application.
Teleprocessing equipment generates the largest heat load of today's computing technologies.
The second system is a geothermal system that provides all the air-conditioning for the plant in the summer, and a significant part of the heat load for space heating in the facility.
Tenders are invited for right to sign the general contract within the framework of the investment project "Reconstruction of Perm heat networks for the transfer of the heat load from PTWP-6 at TPP-9" for the needs of PJSC "Plus T"
Therefore, in the next 3-5 years, the heat load should be increased up to 40 Gcal/h," Kulagin said.
Other new and expanded areas include space air diffusion data, equipment heat load data, combustion turbines, and ultraviolet lamp systems.
The latent heat load and sensible heat load of fresh air are 436.
A unique helix agitator ensures gentle treatment, protecting sensitive particles, while scraping blades give efficient heat transfer and limit heat load.
The building had no climate control, for example, and its large windows create a substantial solar heat load.
The lower operating temperature reduces the heat load on the factory, increases the life of the hydraulic oil and improves the life of the machines' sealing components.