heat transmission

heat transmission

[′hēt tranz‚mish·ən]
(thermodynamics)

heat transmission

The time rate of heat flow; usually refers to the combined effects of conduction, convection, and radiation.
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The overlay network, a heat transmission network whose construction is not part of this contract;
Coefficient of heat transmission defines speed of the process and other main characteristics [8, 9].
Despite these convincing statistics on how much energy is lost through windows, only 54 percent of Americans are aware that window film can regulate interior temperatures and cut heat transmission through windows in hot, sunny weather, according to a Harris Poll in late February 2014 among 3,034 U.
A portable air conditioning unit provides a comfortable working environment within the shelter while insulation helps to reduce heat transmission.
The influence of convection on stationary heat transmission through the wall having small ventilated and non-ventilated air gaps was calculated using the above mentioned software (Fig.
4m shares (6% of equity) which are to be exchanged for shares of Moscow Heat Transmission Company (MTK).
This, in turn, leads to an optimal heat transmission and quick cooling for higher transparency and gloss, particularly for PP.
Tinted glass, or tinted coatings, can prevent even more heat transmission by blocking the shortwave radiation of heat, together with visible light.
Setting new trends in green mall management, the mall has set up a roof garden to reduce heat transmission and improve absorption, and the windows have been tinted to reduce heat transmission, in turn lowering cooling costs.
Windows and skylights must be rated to minimize heat transmission.
The different roasting machines and their heat transmission cause exhaust gas temperatures of about 250 to 450[degrees]C, depending on the roasting process and the method of exhaust gas cleaning.