heat release

heat release

[′hēt ri‚lēs]
(thermodynamics)
The quantity of heat released by a furnace or other heating mechanism per second, divided by its volume.
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Installation of three groups and remote control line outlet for the east section: group of air heaters monoblock west group fbh west section group of domestic hot water installation of two heat storage tanks (2~500 l) heat release with underfloor heating.
Finally, analysis of the combustion data to determine the rate of heat release and the implications of the results on cycle efficiency are presented.
Natural-FR in third party laboratory testing has passed the following criteria for a flooring application, and is authorized for use in entrance matting in London Underground stations: smoke density, smoke toxicity, heat release rate, flame spread, ignitability, and dry and wet slip resistance.
It is suitable for commercial aviation applications in cargo areas, seat interiors, lavatories, galleys or anywhere not requiring heat release compliance.
The building is designed to be energy-efficient with a selfcooling system for hot weather and heat release to reduce the need for traditional heating.
The heat release is calculated based on the first law of thermodynamics by taking the average value of pressure versus crank angle.
The size of the design fire is characterized as the rate of energy release over time, often referred to as the heat release rate (HRR) curve.
The Cone Calorimeter provides the following parameters: Heat Release Rate (HRR), calculated from the oxygen consumption, time to ignition (TT1), time of flame out (TOF), average heat release rate (HRR as a function of time), peak of heat release rate (pHRR), total heat release (THR), and time to pHRR (TTP).
The instance when the two pressure traces diverge as a result of heat release was defined as the end of the physical delay period and the start of the chemical delay [1,4].
Surface coatings of melamine-modified urea-formaldehyde resins (MUFs) containing ammonium polyphosphate (APP) have been shown to significantly improve the fire retardancy of wood by prolonging the ignition time and reducing the heat release rate, total heat released, and mass loss rate.